GMA 2011: Online and broadcast

The nominations are flooding in for this year’s Games Media Awards, with over 800 journalists, broadcasters, PRs, readers and viewers nominating their favourite mags, websites and more for one of the sector’s top accolades.

If you haven’t lobbied, you have until Monday July 25th to make your views count. Simply email gma@intentmedia.co.uk with your suggestions.

The online and broadcast categories are:-

Games Website
Specialist Writer, Online
Games Broadcast/Podcast
Games Blog

Previous winners in these categories have included CVG’s Tim Ingham, VG247’s Patrick Garratt, BBC’s Darren Waters, Radio One’s Johnny Minkley, plus The Blyth Report, Eurogamer, Rock Paper Shotgun, OneLifeLeft and VG247.

Once the lobbying period has closed on Monday July 25th, the finalists will be announced. As ever, the winners will be voted for by members of the media and industry PRs.

The Games Media Awards evening will be held on Wednesday October 26th at the super chic Vinopolis venue near Borough Market. Greg Davies, top stand-up and star of The Inbetweeners, will be the host for the evening.

Grainger Games has signed up as headline sponsor of the event, with other sponsors already signed up including Sony, EA, Codemasters, Ubisoft, Microsoft, Nintendo, Konami, NC Soft, Konami, Rising Star, Namco Bandai and Gamescom. A limited number of additional packages are available. Caroline@indigopearl.com can tell you more.

Up to 350 guests will attend this year’s Games Media Awards, including nearly 200 media. A limited number of trade tickets will be available at 99 per person. Contact Kathryn.Humphrey@intentmedia.co.uk to find out more.

You can follow the GMA Twitter feed at @GamesMediaAward.

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