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The renowned Digital Media Awards programme for Greater China is now open for entries. Here are a few more details about the eight additional categories for this year.
As the digital industry in Greater China continues to lead the world with its creativity and innovation, eight new categories have been added to Digital Media Awards 2021 to reflect the development and growth of the industry.
Digital Media Awards 2021 offers more than 35 award categories, including one new sector award, six new media awards and one new team award:
Sector Awards
Media Awards
People and Company Awards 
Learn more about the award categories, including how to submit your entry, by downloading the entry kit here or visiting Digital Media Awards website.
Early-bird entries to Digital Media Awards 2021 will remain open until 6PM, 8 December 2020 (GMT+8) and the final entry deadline is 6PM, 24 February 2021 (GMT+8).
Celebrate and shout about your incredible work by entering the pre-eminent Digital Media Awards 2021 today! 
For awards enquiries, please contact Zamir Khan at [email protected] or the Awards Team at [email protected]
For partnerships, please contact Gareth Scott at [email protected].
For media partnerships, please contact Naomi Li at [email protected].
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