ENGINE has been nominated for four 2019 Clio Entertainment Awards for its work on HBO’s “The Sopranos – Nicknames” campaign! The campaign honored the 20th anniversary of The Sopranos by having HBO’s official Twitter handle offer Soprano-inspired nicknames to anyone who tweeted them their first name. The response was immediate – television networks, brands and celebrities alike wanted in on a Soprano nickname, including ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Wendy’s, Olive Garden, GIPHY, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Macaulay Culkin and Laura Dern, just to name a few! In total, it garnered over 3 million impressions.

ENGINE is nominated in the following categories:

  • Television/Streaming: Digital/Mobile & Social Media Technique (Copywriting)
  • Television/Streaming: Innovation (Television/Streaming)
  • Television/Streaming: Social Media (Single Platform) with HBO
  • Television/Streaming: Social Media (Social Post) with HBO


Click here to read more about the ENGINE nominations on the 2019 Clio Entertainment Awards website.  Watch the case study video here.

The winners will be revealed during an awards ceremony on Thursday, November 21, 2019 at the Dolby Theatre, Hollywood, CA.

About the Clio Entertainment Awards

Clio Entertainment, formerly The Clio Key Art Awards, is the original and definitive awards program celebrating creativity in the entertainment business. It honors an evolving industry that regularly pushes boundaries, permeates pop culture and establishes a new precedent for entertainment marketing around the globe. Established in 1971 by The Hollywood Reporter, the awards program became a Clio property in 2015 and continually evolves alongside the industry to recognize excellence in marketing, communications and emerging media across film, TV, live entertainment and gaming

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