Media Management Award

An award to recognize the people that make a difference in digital asset management.

Lifting up the people behind digital asset management projects

The Media Management Award honors a person or team whose digital asset management work goes beyond storing and sharing of assets. It recognizes companies and individuals who are working with media assets and introduce innovative and impactful solutions in digital asset management. Apply yourself or nominate a great DAM project before 26.07.2020

Media Management Award 2020 is running completely remotely and is open for everyone — no matter the industry, country, or software employed. Use the menu beneath to jump to the section that interests you:

Media Management Award 2020 video
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Winners of Media Management Award 2019
Finalists of Media Management Award 2019

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

Innovation Badge

INNOVATION

The project demonstrates the use of new, pioneering or modern technology.

Impact Badge

IMPACT

The project has had a substantial positive impact on the organization's goals and/or on a broad audience.

Responsibility Badge

RESPONSIBILITY

The project incorporates the values, as well as takes data security and accessibility into the account.

The Media Management Award Overview

Learn what the award is about in this 1 and half minute video and apply before 26.07.2020

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

REUTERS

Turgay Guel, Polizei Hamburg

Turgay Guel

POLIZEI HAMBURG

Andreas Gnutzmann, FotoWare

Andreas Gnutzmann

FOTOWARE

 

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Submit your application before 26.07.2020

 

The Winner 2019

Júlíus Sigurjónsson and Einar Karl Kristjánsson

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

The Reykjavik Metropolitan Police and the National University Hospital had two separate digital asset management systems to store sensitive digital evidence files. Both teams wanted to share this information more efficiently and improve their security.

To achieve this, the teams developed specific rules and requests to share only relevant images. In such a way, the National University Hospital can request pictures and get access faster, after approval has been given by the police. The process also works the other way around.

Learn more about the winners 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 Media Management Award application described a practice that helped to make more than 80,000 images from different photo agencies and locations accessible to all the employees.

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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 described the work of making more than 350,000 images accessible for students, staff members, and other stakeholders.

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