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Exclusive: The 2011 CLIO Winners

Here's a peek at this Thursday's big awards

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On Thursday, May 19, creatives from all over the world will get gussied up for the 52nd annual CLIO Awards, which are getting a bit gussied up this year themselves: following a day of presentations and panel talks, a formal cocktail reception will be held at the Museum of Natural History on New York’s Upper West Side to celebrate the best creative of 2010. Like Adweek, the CLIOs are a division of Prometheus Global Media, so we have the honor of revealing some of the winners before the big event.

GRAND CLIO WINNERS
Crispin Porter + Bogusky
and Digitas
Content & Contact
American Express, "Small Business Saturday" (case study)

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@radical.media
Interactive
Arcade Fire/Google Chrome, "The Wilderness Downtown"



JWT
Design
Environmental Human Rights Watch



Jung von Matt AG
Innovative Media
WWF



WINNER'S CIRCLE
Agency of the Year: AlmapBBDO
Network of the Year: BBDO
Advertiser of the Year: Nike
Production Company of the Year: Smuggler

HONORARY AWARDS
Lifetime Achievement Award: famed commercial director Joe Pytka
Honorary CLIO: Phil Rosenthal producer and director, Everybody Loves Raymond

HALL OF FAME
BBDO: Pepsi, "Archeology"
Fallon: BMW of North America, "The Hire"

For a complete list of the 2010 winners, visit www.clioawards.com.