Companies attending supporting the event included BskyB, ITN, ITV, BBC, Nokia, SEGA, Glu, 3, T-Mobile, Orange, Sony Ericsson, Player X, MTV, Infospace, Bango, EA Games, I-Play, Sony BMG, THQ Wireless, RealNetworks, Spin3, Groove Mobile, News International, Universal, Vodafone, O2, Gameloft, Google, EMI, Codemasters, Samsung, Chrysalis, Channel 4, Endemol and Terraplay.
The wide range of categories covered all aspects of the mobile entertainment space, including hardware, software and b2b applications.
Sony Ericsson picked up the award for best handset, Digital Chocolate walked away with the award for best games developer, Gameloft for best games publisher, MTV for best video producer and 3 UK as best operator.
The ME Awards also recognised Ray Anderson, CEO of Bango, with the Special Achievement Award for his contribution to the mobile entertainment content industry.
The ME Awards were sponsored and supported by SEGA along with Nokia, Infospace, Player X, Dot Mobi, MMA, Mice Domino and Gamer TV.
The winners in full:
Best Imaging Company
Best Gambling Company
Best Adult Services Company
Best D2C Aggregator
Best Games Developer
Best Games Publisher
Best Music Label
Best Video Producer
Best Video and TV Service Provider
Best Music Service Provider
Best Games Service Provider
Best Handset Company
Best Payment/Billing Provider
Best Content Service Delivery Platform
Best On-Device Portal Provider
Best Mobile Marketing Service Provider
Best Content Service
3 UK: See Me TV
Outstanding contribution to mobile entertainment
Ray Anderson, Bango