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    Coldplay Among DEMX Awards Nominees

    50 Cent, Coldplay, Cream and Paul McCartney are among the nominees for the second annual DEMX Awards honoring vision, innovation, entrepreneurship and brand development in 21 digital entertainment categories. Winners in the fields of games, music, film, television and video will be revealed during a Dec. 1 gala dinner at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles.


    Rapper 50 Cent is nominated in the best use of technology by an artist category with Vivendi Universal Games for their collaboration on the video game "Bulletproof." Coldplay and Cingular are also up for the honor, as is crunk kingpin Lil' Jon and Prince and his NPG Music Club.


    Vying for the title of music DVD of the year is "Chick Corea Akoustic Band" (Geneon Entertainment), "Cream Royal Albert Hall" (Reprise/Rhino), "Live 8" (EMI Music) and "Paul McCartney Live in Red Square" (Blink Digital).


    AOL and Microsoft lead the field with five nominations each. Yahoo!, Napster and HBO each received three nominations.


    Among AOL's nods is a visionary of the year mention for Jon Miller, chairman/CEO of America Online Inc and a best radio service nomination for the AOL Radio Network. Microsoft's recognitions include a best interactive television programming bid for MSN Music's "Rock Star: INXS" and nominations for its Xbox Live Arcade service in the innovator and game innovation of the year categories.BEST OF SHOW


    Visionary of the Year

    Lucy Hood, President, Fox Mobile Entertainment

    Jon Miller, Chairman & CEO, America Online, Inc.,

    Nicholas Negroponte, Professor of Media Technology, MIT

    Hugh Panero, Chief Executive Officer, XM Satellite Radio

    Innovator of the Year

    HDNet for the “Day-and-Date” Movie Release Concept

    Microsoft for Xbox Live Arcade

    Napster for Napster to Go

    Sony Pictures Digital for Spiderman 2 on Mobile Memory Cards


    Brand of the Year


    Blizzard Entertainment for the Warcraft Brand








    Game Innovation of the Year

    Microsoft for Xbox Live Arcade

    NCsoft for Guild Wars

    Nintendo for Nintendo DS

    Tira Wireless for Advanced Technology for Mobile Content Deployment

    Console Game of the Year

    Halo2, MS Game Studios and Bungie Software

    Jade Empire, Bioware Corp.

    Resident Evil 4, Capcom

    Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Chaos Theory, Ubisoft


    Mobile Phone Game of the Year

    Asphalt, Gameloft

    Doom, Jamdat Mobile

    Pac-Mania, Namco

    Zuma, Glu Mobile


    Casual Game of the Year

    Bewitched, Sony Picture Digital

    Chuzzle Deluxe, PopCap

    Diner Dash, PlayFirst

    Poppit, EA Games/Pogo


    Multiplayer Game of the Year

    City of Villains, NCsoft

    Delta Force Black Hawk Down, NovaLogic

    Guild Wars, NCsoft

    World of Warcraft, Blizzard Entertainment


    Advergame of the Year

    America’s Army, U.S. Army

    Hot Wheels Battle X, Shockwave

    Mojo Master, Conductor & WildTangent

    Watch Me Change, Fuel Industries


    Best Use of Sound in a Game

    Darkwatch, Capcom, High Moon Studios

    Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Rockstar Games

    Resident Evil 4, Capcom

    SSX on Tour, Electronic Arts








    Digital Music Innovation of the Year

    Groove Mobile’s Complete Music Gateway

    Motorola’s iRadio Service

    Napster to Go

    Sonos Digital Music System

    Best Use of Technology by an Artist

    50 Cent and Vivendi Universal Games for “Bulletproof”

    Coldplay and Cingular

    Lil’ John

    Prince and the NPG Music Club


    Best Radio Service

    AOL Radio Network

    Motorola iRadio

    Yahoo! Music’s LAUNCHcast Radio Service

    XM Satellite Radio


    Best Downloadable or Subscription Music Service

    Apple iTunes


    RealNetworks’ Rhapsody 25

    Yahoo! Music Unlimited


    Music DVD of the Year

    Chick Corea Akoustic Band, Geneon Entertainment

    Cream Royal Albert Hall, Reprise / Rhino

    Live 8 Concert, EMI Music

    Paul McCartney Live in Red Square, Blink Digital






    DVD of the Year

    Deadwood, HBO

    From the Earth to the Moon, HBO

    The Incredibles, Buena Vista Entertainment

    The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (Extended Ed.), New Line


    Television Technology of the Year

    GoldPocket's Event Matrix iTV System, GoldPocket Interactive

    GoTV Networks’ Innovative On Demand Mobile Television


    Veoh Networks’ Internet Television Peercasting Network

    Best Interactive Television Programming

    AOL’s Who Wants to be a Millionaire (AIM) Integration

    Ball State University’s The Holocaust Museum Experience: Exploring Our Daily Decision Making

    NASCAR in Car, NASCAR Digital Entertainment

    MSN Music’s Rock Star INXS


    Best Use of Technology for Educational Programming

    Baby Einstein: Baby Wordsworth First Words Around the House, The Walt Disney Co.

    Ball State University’s Discovering Our American Spirit

    BoxWrench Media’s Box Wrench 8 Point Rebuild

    Inside 9/11 DVD Set, National Geographic


    Most Innovative Use of Technology for Advertising

    Atom Films’ Mobile Movie Theatre PSP

    Conductor’s Evan and Gareth / Mojo Master

    HBO’s Rome Goes Digital, Deep Focus

    Shockwave’s Hot Wheels BattleX: Arena


    Best Video On-demand Service

    AOL Music on Demand

    GoTV Networks’ Innovative on Demand Mobile Television

    Live 8 on AOLMusic.com, AOL

    MSN Video


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