British Television Advertising Awards

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The British Arrows (formerly the British Television Advertising Awards) is an advertising awards body in London, which honours the best moving image campaigns on TV, cinema and web. They host two shows a year, the British Arrows Awards, held in March and the British Arrows Craft, held in November.

The Awards goes on tour and is shown each year at the Walker Art Center.[1]

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  1. ^ Greta Cunningham (December 5, 2003). "Awards honor offbeat TV ads". Minnesota Public Radio. Retrieved 2010-12-24. For the 27th year, the Walker Art Center will present the British Television Advertising Awards. The screenings draw more than 10,000 Minnesotans each year and are almost always sold out. Audiences get to see the best of British advertising, from campaigns featuring a male streaker to avant-garde ads for hot noodles and automobiles. The annual event showcases a collision of art and commerce. MPR's Greta Cunningham talked with Peter Bigg, the administrator for the awards, who says this year's selections come in a variety of themes.