Campaign India Team
Oct 28, 2016

Josy Paul, Rajiv Rao, Ravi Deshpande and Viral Pandya on One Show 2017 juries

134 judges from 31 countries in 13 disciplines named

Josy Paul, Rajiv Rao, Ravi Deshpande and Viral Pandya on One Show 2017 juries
The One Club for Creativity has revealed juries for 13 disciplines of The One Show 2017. Among 134 jurors named from 31 countries, four are from India: 
  • Josy Paul, chairman and CCO, BBDO India (Film)
  • Rajiv Rao, NCD, Ogilvy (Print & Outdoor)
  • Ravi Deshpande, chair/founder, Whynessworldwide (Cross-Platform) and
  • Viral Pandya, CCO, Out of the Box (Design)
Other disciplines for which juries have been named are Branded Entertainment, Direct, IP, Interactive, Mobile, Social Media, UX/UI, Responsive Environments and Radio. Moving Image Craft and PR juries are yet to be announced. The current list of One Show judges can be found here.  
 
Final One Show judging will take place in March 2017, with winners announced on 10 and 12 May during Creative Week.  
 
The final entry deadline is 27 January.
 
(Amended at 10:30 am following a clarification from Ogilvy that Rajiv Rao's designation is NCD.)
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Campaign India

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