PPA Awards 2013: In pictures

See pictures from the PPA Awards ceremony, which featured winners Conde Nast, Haymarket Network, Shortlist Media and Future Publishing.

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Cnsumer Media Brand of the Year was awarded to Conde Nast's Wired, while former IPC chief executive Sylvia Auton entered the PPA Hall of Fame.

Haymarket Network scooped two awards for its 27 daily programmes for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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