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Clio Names Google 2013 Advertiser of the Year

May 2, 2013

The Clio Awards has named Google its 2013 advertiser of the year, Ogilvy and Mather its 2013 agency network of the year and Marcel Worldwide in Paris its 2013 agency of the year.

The annual advertising awards show also announced a slew of other winners this morning, including Publicis shop BBH London, Cheil Worldwide in South Korea, visual effects house Digital Domain, JWT San Juan and Marcel Worldwide in Paris, all of which collected Grand Clios.

The Clio Awards are owned by Adweek parent Guggenheim Digital Media.

Clio also awarded three agencies places in its Hall of Fame: Turner Duckworth in San Francisco for design; DDB New York for film and print; and The Richards Group in Dallas for audio.

Clio named Biscuit Filmworks in Los Angeles the 2013 production company of the year.

Other Clio winners this year, previously announced, are longtime ad star George Lois, who received a Lifetime Achievement award, and musician and designer Patricia Field, who each earned an Honorary Clio award for achievements outside the field of advertising. Coca Cola earned Clio's inaugural Brand Icon award, for multiple years of exceptional creativity in marketing.

All honorees will pick up their awards during the 54th annual Clio awards ceremony, hosted by Modern Family actor Eric Stonestreet at the Museum of Natural History on May 15. 



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