The Broadcast Digital Awards

The Broadcast Digital Awards celebrates the most creative and innovative digital content from across the UK. The Shortlist has just been announced.

Congratulations to all the nominees. It’s fantastic to see lots of projects that our wonderful clients have made and our talented editors have worked on have been nominated.

Huggy and Rich Lester worked on The Royal Mob for Nutopia which has been nominated in the ‘Gamechanger Programme of the Year’ category.

Franco Bogino spent 6 months edited Scouting for Girls: Fashion’s Darkest Secret for Wonderhood Studios which has been nominated in the ‘Best Documentary Programme’ category.

Entertainment guru, Tim Fielding, worked on The Masked Singer which has been nominated in the ‘Best Digital Support for a Programme’ category.

Worlds Most Dangerous Road for Renegade Pictures has been nominated in the ‘ Best Popular Factual Programme’ category and had editors Andreas Torner and Dan Wilkes working on it.

Ian Smith and Mike Kerr worked on Married at First Sight for CPL productions which has been nominated in the  ‘Best Popular Factual Programme’ category.

The Evolution of Black British Music is up for yet another award,  produced by Fan Studios and has been nominated for ‘Best Specialist Factual Programme’, edited by Sam Thompsett, who is still basking from the glory of the RTS Awards!

Paul Holland edited Mother Teresa: For the Love of God for Minnow Films which has been nominated in the ‘Best Documentary’ Category.

Tom Savage worked on Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make-Up Star which has been nominated in the ‘Best Content Partnership’ category.

Congratulations to our editors and clients for their well deserved recognition! The winners will be revealed at our live awards ceremony on 5th July.