The winners you see here were all worthy of the success they have gained. And they clearly won in the categories in which they competed. Which leaves me, as the chairman, with two observations. The best are not being given much of a run by their competitors. The jury wasn't that spoilt for choice.
The overall winner was a clear winner from the start of the judging. And second, why is print losing its power?
I find it somewhat ironic that one of the best print campaigns is for a media owner. Are they one of the few to still have confidence in the medium?
We have become television obsessed. Yes, more people are watching TV. But that doesn't mean print can't deliver. The medium needs to regain its confidence and swagger. The winners here have demonstrated how to do that. It's a shame more people aren't following their example.
Carolyn McCall - Managing director, Guardian Newspapers
Alison Jackson - Photographer
Justin Tindall - Art director, DDB London
Rossana Bardales - Art director, Mother
Tim McCloskey - Managing partner, OMD UK
Martin Galton - Creative partner, Hooper Galton
Simon Thompson - Head of marketing, Honda UK
Steve Harrison - Creative director, Harrison Troughton Wunderman
Mike Boles - Creative director, Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R
John Hegarty - Chairman and worldwide creative director, Bartle Bogle
Hegarty (Chairman of the judges)
Liz Kershaw - Executive group publishing director, National Magazine
Damon Collins - Creative director, Lowe
Linda Locke - Regional creative director, Leo Burnett Asia-Pacific
Paul Silburn - Deputy creative director, TBWA\London
Iain Jacob - Chief executive, Starcom MediaVest
Richard Kingsbury - Head of brand development, UKTV