Award Winning APIs

Following are some of Government's television Announcements in the Public Interest (APIs) that have won awards here and overseas in recent years. The APIs promote civic responsibilities and convey messages on the environment, public health and safety, and legislative changes affecting the interests of the public.

'Respect Different Values Embrace Different Voices' API
A screen shot of the API. Bronze Winner
'Local TV & Local Cable – Public Service' Category
The 35th Telly Awards 2014
USA

Award of Excellence
'Commercials – Social Responsibility' Category
The 20th Communicator Awards 2014
USA

 

'Combating Climate Change: Energy Saving and Carbon Emission Reduction in Buildings' API
A screen shot of the API. Hong Kong ICT Awards 2012:
Best Digital Entertainment (Animation)
Special Mention (TV Commercial)

 

'Use a Condom for Safer Sex' API
A screen shot of the API. Mixed Media Campaign First Price
Public Service Announcements Category
Mobius Advertising Awards 2005
USA

 

'Prevention of Avian Flu' API
A screen shot of the API. Grand Award
'Best of Public Service Announcements' Category
Questar Awards 2005
New York

 

'Voter Registration - I've decided' API
A screen shot of the API. Silver Award
Government Category Questar Awards 2005
New York

 

'Oral Health' API
A screen shot of the API. Honours Award
Astrid Awards 2004
New York

Honours Award
Questar Awards 2004
New York

 

Fight Crime 'Take Good Care of Your Belongings' API
A screen shot of the API. Bronze Award
Astrid Awards 2004
New York

Bronze Award
Questar Awards 2004
New York

 

District Council Election 2003 'Your Vote can Make Hong Kong a Better Place' API
A screen shot of the API. Silver Winner Astrid Awards New York:
2004 Design Excellence Awards

Silver Award
Questar Awards 2004
New York

 

'Start a New Teaching and Learning Culture (Reading)' API
A screen shot of the API. Silver Award
Questar Awards 2004
New York

 

'Partnership between Employers and Employees' API
A screen shot of the API. Honours Award
Questar Awards 2004
New York

 

 

 

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