PRCA Digital Awards 2021 Winners Announced

The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) has announced the winners of the PRCA Digital Awards 2021.
Fourteen winners were announced last night (24th March) in a virtual awards ceremony. The Awards were sponsored by 3Gem Research (headline sponsor), Reuben Sinclair, CARMA, DeHavilland, and Milk & Honey PR.
PRCA Director General Francis Ingham MPRCA said:
“Congratulations to the all the winners! The events of the past twelve months have proved the undeniable importance of digital communications for organisations and society. Although we hope last night’s event will be our last virtual awards ceremony, it was a wonderful opportunity to take stock and recognise the outstanding work taking place across the industry.”
PRCA Digital Awards 2021 Winners:
Best Digital Marketing Campaign Sponsored by Milk & Honey PR
Hope & Glory PR – Casa de Cantona
Best Social Media Campaign Sponsored by Reuben Sinclair
Hope & Glory PR – CALM Lock-In
Best Use of a Communication Tool in a Campaign
PLMR – Food Foundation
Best Use of Audio in a Campaign
Slater + Gordon and Markettiers – The Case Files Podcast, from Slater + Gordon
Best Use of Content Marketing in a Campaign Sponsored by 3Gem
Democracy PR – Pie and a Pint with Fray Bentos
Best Use of Paid Media in a Campaign
ARO PR and Marketing
Best Use of Reporting and Measurement in a Campaign Sponsored by CARMA
Lynn PR – Free Your Mind
Best Use of Social Influencers in a Campaign
Hope & Glory PR – CALM Lock-In
Best Use of Video in a Campaign
PR Agency One and Auto Trader – Eau de New Car
Digital Professional of the Year
Rotem Hinkis, APCO Worldwide 
Digital Journalist/Blogger of the Year
Harriet Small 
Outstanding Contribution Award
Andy West
In-House Digital Team of the Year
Digital PR and Communications Agency of the Year Sponsored by 3Gem

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