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The Broadcast Tech Innovation Awards celebrates the role technology plays in creating and broadcasting the most outstanding productions of the past year.

With categories including 'Best Innovation Project', 'Creative Use of AR & VR' and 'Young Talent of the Year', the awards focus on the teamwork behind the productions, highlighting the outstanding creative and technical aspects of the projects.

This year's awards will take place on the evening of 29 November 2022, at The Brewery, London. The awards follow on from the renowned Broadcast TechFest, a one-day event also held at The Brewery, which offers a series of comprehensive panels and sessions covering hot topics in the Broadcast Tech space today.


The Broadcast Tech Innovation Awards is the industry’s leading tech awards and uniquely celebrates the creative use of technology for TV production, post-production and broadcast.

The awards honour the creative work and creative talent behind the year’s best grading, audio post-production, virtual studios, VFX, AI projects, remote productions, AR/VR and more.



Once entries have closed, the Broadcast Tech editorial team will review all entries and select a shortlist. The Broadcast Tech Innovation Awards judging panel of industry experts will then help decide the winners.

The shortlist will be announced on Broadcast Tech website and our relevant social media channels.


The Broadcast Tech Innovation Awards promises to be a brilliant night of celebration, recognising the fantastic creative and technical skills of the UK’s televisual industry. 

Don’t miss out on your chance to celebrate with your peers, clients and the wider industry by joining us on the night. We look forward to seeing you on the night and, if you’re entering the awards, wish you the best of luck with your entry.

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29 November 2022
The Brewery, Chiswell St, London, EC1Y 4SD 

Winning a Broadcast Tech Innovation Award is a huge accolade, and the awards night is a massive celebration of your success, showcasing your talents in front of 500 of your peers and clients.



  • Everybody sees what happens on the screen and what goes out, but there's so much work and effort goes into production, the preplanning and making these things happen, to be recognised for that work that goes on preproduction is amazing!
    Richard Wormwell
  • Being able to show those unsung heroes within the technical innovation space is a really important achievement and it's a great awards to be part of...
    David Harnett
    Timeline TV
  • To recognise people that do stuff that isn't normally recognised, you know it's normally the hosts, the executive producers and the creative directors, but yeah the technical stuff makes it happen!
    Lisa Edwards
    Studio Ramsay
  • We're such an important industry to the country, and to everyone we serve from our clients to everyone at home, and there's a huge amount of work that's gone into the last couple of years innovation wise and it's great to be recognised.
    Jai Cave
    Envy Post Production


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