We’ve listed the most popular questions below about the Digital Media Awards

Event Night

Here is a line up for the night and important information on COVID-19 Guidelines:

6.30pm – Doors Open

When you enter the event please wear your mask and have your COVID Digital Certificate (DCC) ready to show you are fully vaccinated, and ID to accompany. Our staff will scan your vaccination record and inform you of your table number.

There will be a bubbles reception upon arrival.

Tables will be spaced 1 meter apart and will be limited to 10 people per table. Please ensure that these measures are adhered to throughout the event.

There will be a fully stocked bar open, however please note that social distancing of 1 meter will be required in the queue at all times. There will be additional staff to provide table service to prevent overcrowding at the bar

7.30pm – Event Begins

If you are a lucky Gold, Silver or Bronze category winner, please wear your mask when approaching the Photo Area, or the Stage, to collect your award

When leaving your table to use the restroom, moving around the room or going to the bar,  please wear your mask

11.30pm – Awards Finish

12.30am – Bar Closes

We can’t wait to celebrate with you!

We have designed this event with your safety in mind and we look forward to having an enjoyable evening with you

Where and when are the DMA 2022 Awards

LOCATION: Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Dublin


How do I buy tickets to the awards?

All tickets will be available to purchase through our Booking Page   or call Jill 01-6401700 for enquiries

How much are tickets?

Ticket prices will be announced once Finalist are released in October.

General Information

When are the Digital Media Awards 2022?

Friday, 11th November, 2022

Where can I find the Digital Media Awards on Social Media?


Twitter – @digitalmedia_ie
Facebook – @DigitalMediaAwards
Instagram – @digitalmedia_ie
LinkedIn – @DigitalMediaAwardsIreland

How long have the awards been running?

The Awards were launched in 2003 and this is the 19th year of the Awards. Lucky for some!


Who can enter the Digital Media Awards? Can we enter?

Any digital advertising agency, marketing agency, creative agency, web design and development agency, or company that utilizes both digital and traditional media channels can enter the 2022 Digital Media Awards.

Is there a charge to enter the Digital Media Awards?

There is a charge of €140 per entry + 23% VAT. Multiple entries are encouraged; 4 entries may be made for the price of 3.

Entry for Digital Student of Year Category has no charge

Can I submit the same entry into multiple categories?

Yes, the same submission may be entered into all relevant categories. Please note that different categories have different weights per section so please take this into consideration when entering the same text into different categories.

Be sure to tick the box at the end before adding to cart to copy your entry into another category.

I am working abroad, can I enter the Digital Media Awards?

Yes, you can enter every category bar Best Agency as long as the campaign ran in Ireland.

I won't see the results of my campaign until after the deadline, should I still enter?

In short, yes.

A large proportion of the criteria is to see the makings of the campaign and all the behind-the-scenes work it takes to launch. Make sure to double-check the weight of marks given in the Results section and instead talk about your projections and include any feedback/tester comments that would indicate your projected results.

What time frame must the campaign cover?

Between July 2021 and September 2022.

If your campaign ran outside of this time frame, the majority of the campaign must fall in between these months.

Is there a word limit?

Each section of the entry form has a word count of 400 words. Please keep your information concise and relevant.

What date do entries close?

The deadline is end of September 2022

We accept bribery in the form of chocolate for any further extensions.


How does the judging process work for each round?

Judging, insofar as possible, will be remote. Two judges will judge each application and the final score will be the average of the two marks. In the case that the average score is the same, a 3rd independent judge will review the top 3 entries.

When are entries judged?

The judging commences October 2022 regardless of any extensions given.