Two GMA Network officers were invited to judge in the prestigious 2018 PromaxBDA Global Excellence Promotion, Marketing, and Design Awards in New York this June.
GMA Network First Vice President for Corporate Strategic Planning and Concurrent Head for Program Support Regie C. Bautista and Assistant Vice President for Creative Services Eduardo B. Garcia are joining an exclusive group of most accomplished executives, creatives, and production professionals to decide and recognize the finest work in television and promotion marketing worldwide.
Bautista oversees GMA’s corporate strategic planning as well as the multi-platform marketing promotions, creative services, media and on-air continuity, and digital media divisions. Under her leadership, the Network’s Program Support Department has garnered multiple recognitions from local and international award-giving bodies.
Garcia, on the other hand, heads the Network’s division in charge of developing and executing branded and integrated promotional campaigns for GMA and its platforms, channels, and programs. His dynamic team of creative managers, writers, designers, and production personnel develops and implements compelling marketing strategies and ensures their adaptability to current and emerging media.
Bautista and Garcia were responsible for GMA’s gold medal and silver medal wins as well as some finalist citations in the previous PromaxBDA Awards.
Joining this year’s PromaxBDA Global Excellence Awards are television and streaming networks from all over the world including HBO, Fox, Netflix, AMC, Hulu, and CNN. Aside from the global level, PromaxBDA also has awarding events in Asia, North America, and Europe.
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