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SCA’s The Studio recognised with two Silver statues at the London International Awards

Southern Cross Austereo’s commercial creative services unit is proving more successful than ever, picking up two Silver Statues at this year’s London International Awards.

In total for Australia, 10 statues were handed out in the Radio & Audio category, with The Studio at SCA claiming two of those wins.

The successful entries were Matt Dickson‘s win in the Script Writing category for The Water Corporation’s piece titled “Longest Ad For Shorter Showers“.

Mitch Mitchell also picked up a Silver Statue in the Conceived & Produced by Station category for Complete DJ’s “Scratch Master Craig“.

According to the network, this win further cements The Studio at SCA’s position as the leading provider of creative solutions in media in Australia. The Studio team having previously been recognised at the New York Festivals, LIA, AWARD, the One Show, the Siren Awards, and the Australian Commercial Radio Awards.

“I’m delighted that our commitment to insight led ideation is being recognised globally,” SCA’s Chief Sales Officer Brian Gallagher said.

“Our creative teams should be proud that their commitment to creative excellence is being rewarded in this way. SCA’s clients can be assured that they will benefit from the highest level of cut through and audience engagement.”

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