Media Management Award

An award to inspire organizations to do more with their content and recognize the people that make a difference in media management.

Lifting up the people behind great media projects

The Media Management Award is honoring a person/team whose projects with Digital Asset Management goes beyond storing and sharing of media assets.

The award recognizes the world's best project with Digital Asset Management and focuses on the results a person or a team can achieve when working together across functions and goals, to achieve added value for the business at hand. The award mission is to inspire users and organizations to do more with their content.


The Media Management Award is granted based on the following criteria:

Innovation Badge


The case demonstrates the use of new, pioneering and modern technology. The team/person behind the project has a creative and proactive approach to problem-solving and/or integrates different solutions to ensure best collaboration and flow of the media files.

Impact Badge


The use case has had a substantial positive impact on the organization's goals and was rolled out to a broad audience or in a unique scenario.

Responsibility Badge


The person or team behind the project incorporated their/his/her organizational culture and values, in addition to putting security, availability, and access at the forefront. Furthermore, the team has considered the importance and implications of data protection of their digital assets.

The Media Management Award Overview

Learn what the award is about in this 1 and half minute video.

Meet the Jury 2020

The Media Management Jury consists of three experts from different branches: news & media, police & intelligence and IT.
Julia Hatfield, Reuters

Julia Hatfield


Turgay Guel, Polizei Hamburg

Turgay Guel


Andreas Gnutzmann, FotoWare

Andreas Gnutzmann


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The Winner 2019

Júlíus Sigurjónsson and Einar Karl Kristjánsson

Joint project of the Icelandic Police & the National University Hospital of Iceland

Lögregla, the Iceland Police, is responsible for law enforcement throughout 9 districts across the country and Landspitali, the National University Hospital of Iceland, is the leading hospital in Iceland. Their collaborative project highlights the importance and needs to share information between sectors, and how this technology greatly benefits the safe-keepers of society and the public.

Learn more about the winners and finalists in this blog post.

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The Finalists 2019

Springer Nature

Klaus Rüschhoff, Springer Nature

Springer Nature is a leading research, educational and professional publisher. Their application demonstrated detailed used of their integrations and unique workflows, and the project has been rolled out by Springer to a broad audience in different locations. The team also demonstrated creativity in the use of metadata and workflows.

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Julia Mant, National Institute of Dramatic Art

NIDA is Australia’s leading center for education and training in the performing arts. Their application framed their media management problem well and demonstrated their identified objectives. The project lists a broad spectrum of stakeholders involved and shows integrations with Moodle, Social Media, and their Website, and the team has done a great job of growing its audience from 100 users to 3,500.

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