Awards Roundup

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Here's a look at who's won what so far.

Wieden + Kennedy/London and Honda won Best in Show at the One Show, where the U.K. commercial "Grrr" was presented with the night's top honor. Crispin Porter + Bogusky, meanwhile, dominated the One Show Interactive competition by winning 12 Pencils and Best in Show for Burger King's "Subservient Chicken." See all the winners at www.oneclub.org.

Wieden + Kennedy/London also took home the Grandy top prize at the Andy Awards for Honda's "Grrr." The other big winner, taking the Yahoo Big Idea Chair Award, was "Subservient Chicken." Crispin Porter + Bogusky led all agencies with 11 trophies. DDB/London was second with five awards, followed by BBDO/N.Y. and Leo Burnett USA, with four wins and three wins, respectively. See all the winners at www.andyawards.com.

The Art Directors Club presented 12 Golds across the Hybrid, Advertising and Interactive categories, along with 39 Silvers and dozens of Distinctive Merit and Merit honors. The sole Gold in the Hybrid category went to Cole & Weber/Red Cell, which won for its multichannel effort for Rainier Beer. Titled "Remember Rainier," the cross-platform campaign includes television spots, a website and a weekly late-night program hosted by two rabid Rainier fans. See all the winners at www.adc.org.

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