TV, radio, magazine, newspaper, out-of-home and interactive ads and Web sites targeted at U.S. Hispanic consumers that broke between April 1, 2001 and April 30, 2002 are eligible.
Ad Age conducts the Hispanic awards in cooperation with the Association of Hispanic Advertising Agencies, but agencies do not have to be AHAA members to enter.
Entry forms can be downloaded from AdAge.com.
The original May 14 deadline has been extended through this week.
Winners will be announced in a special report in the Sept. 16 issue of Ad Age and at an evening event in Miami on Sept. 14. All the winning ads and creative credits will be featured on AdAge.com from Sept. 16.
This year's judges include Aldo Quevedo, executive creative director of Dieste Harmel & Partners, Dallas; Giuseppe D'Alessandro, director of ethnic and urban marketing, Pepsi-Cola; Jeff Bell, VP, marketing communications, DaimlerChrysler's Chrysler Group; Roberto Alcazar, creative director, Casanova Pendrill Publicidad, Irvine, Calif.; Karen Habib, director, Hispanic marketing, Showtime Networks; Mauricio Galvan, creative director, Vidal Partnership, New York, and Jose Molla, director, La Comunidad, Miami.