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The Awards Report 2013

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Who's the winningest of them all? We present the industry's most creatively celebrated advertisers, agencies, campaigns, creatives, production compaies, directors and more in our annual awards report. To determine the rankings, we gathered the results from the most distinguished global awards shows: The Andy Awards, Art Directors Club, the Association of Independent Commercial Producers, the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, the Clios, D&AD, the One Show, and newly added this year -- the Webby Awards and the Festival of Media.

Each award is assigned a point value, based on the weight of the honor and prestige of its respective show. To determine the heaviest-hitting winners, we only include trophied or medaled honors -- no merits or shortlisted work, an no awards that are given based strictly on numbers of wins. Those results are then tabulated to determine our top ten rankings of companies and people, including an extended ranking of the top 25 most awarded advertisers.

Click on the tabs and individual categories to see the rankings and work of the most awarded companies, people and campaigns.

An earlier version of this chart omitted some data from the One Show. The chart has now been updated with the correct figures. As a result, Ray Sison moves to the No. 2 spot on the art director chart, Keith Byrne and Evan Maranca are now tied at No. 2 on the copywriter list. On the network chart, Leo Burnett takes the sole spot at No. 6 (previously tied) and "New York Writes Itself" moves to No. 2 in the Branded Content campaign ranking. All other rankings have not been affected. We regret the error.

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