Newspaper Society reveals judging line-up for Creative Juice Awards

The Newspaper Society has announced its line-up of judges for this year's Creative Juice Awards, held in association with Campaign and the IPA.

Creative Juice, which rewards young creative teams for their best regional press ideas, will be chaired this year by Al Young, the executive creative director at St Luke's.

The other judges are Simon Dicketts, the executive creative director at M&C Saatchi, Danny Brooke-Taylor, the creative director at BDH\TBWA, Tracy Darwen, the managing director at Naked Communications, Steve Harrison, the creative director at Harrison Troughton Wunderman, and Dominic Mills, the editorial director of Campaign.

Creative Juice will take place at the Art House Islington on 7 April.

Teams comprising an art director and copywriter with less than three years' agency experience are eligible to enter as long as they do so by 2 April.

Information is available via the Creative Juice website at

The teams will create a regional press ad for a brief supplied by a major advertiser. The winning team will go forward to the European Best YET Awards, to be held on 6 May in London. They will also win an all-expenses-paid trip to the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival.

Last year's Creative Juice Award was won by Donna Williams and Susan Mansfield from Grey, who devised a campaign for the Football Association to encourage more women to get involved in the game.

The Bates UK team of Craig Hunt and James Humphreys also progressed to the European event, ending up as winners.


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