PHD has been recognised three times in this year’s Outdoor Media Awards, run by Clear Channel in partnership with Campaign.

Warner Bros. UK’s ‘The Lego Movie 2’ campaign has been shortlisted twice: in the Tech Innovation (Creative) and the New Approach (Effectiveness) categories.

In one of five new prize categories this year, PHD is nominated for their work with The Guardian on ‘Hope is Power’ in the Cross-Format Award. There are four other new prizes this year: Cross-Channel Award, National Social Impact, Community Social Impact and Social Impact Champion, celebrating individuals driving the industry to be more inclusive, diverse and representative.

Gold, silver and bronze winners from the 13 categories, as well as the overall Grand Prix winner, will be unveiled on 11 June as part of a special online event. Each award falls into one of five groups: Creative, Planning, Effectiveness, A Platform for Good, and Talent.

The Grand Prix, chosen from the category winners, receives £100,000 worth of media space to use across Clear Channel’s UK screens.

Top creative leaders, along with PHD Manchester’s managing director Jon Kershaw have chosen 53 potential winners for this year’s awards,

For the full 2020 shortlist and list of judges, click here