Jessica Placencia
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PR News Reveals the 2017 Digital Awards Finalists, Who Will Be Celebrated at the Annual Digital Awards Luncheon on November 8 in New York City
The luncheon event will bring together hundreds of top digital communicators and will feature a keynote presentation from Facebook’s U.S. Agency Partner Development Lead, Jason Dailey

New York, NY, September 13, 2017—PR News announced the finalists for the 2017 Digital Awards and will shine a light on their success at an awards luncheon on November 8 at the Yale Club in New York City. The finalists of the Digital Awards represent the innovative, bold and strategic communicators raising the bar in digital communications.

View the corporations, agencies, nonprofits and government organizations whose teams and campaigns made the finalist cut online at

At the Digital Awards Luncheon, PR News will reveal the program winners and guests will hear a keynote presentation from Facebook’s U.S. Agency Partner Development Lead, Jason Dailey, who will talk about how to make digital campaigns discoverable by integrating SEO and social.

The awards luncheon includes the awards ceremony where guests will enjoy a three-course meal as winners are unveiled in over 30 categories such as Digital Communicator of the Year, Best Redesign/Relaunch of Website, Twitter Communications and Digital Firm of the Year.

The awards luncheon event is open to all professionals and individual tickets along with tables of 10 are available for purchase. Organizations can purchase a Platinum Package, which includes a table of 10 with priority seating, a half-page ad in the program guide, two bottles of champagne and an extra award for winners and honorable mentions.

For questions regarding the Digital Awards, contact Mary-Lou French at For awards luncheon sponsorship inquiries, contact Rich Hauptner at

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