Last night in London the inaugural Broadcast Tech Innovation Awards were held, revealing the talented winners from across TV production and broadcast in VFX, VR, Post Production and more.
The Broadcast Tech Innovation Awards, hosted by comedian Phil Wang, took place at 8 Northumberland Avenue in London to honour the shining individuals and teams who are integral to creating visually awe-inspiring projects, and exercising renowned skill in technology in the TV production and broadcast sectors.
“The staggering array of talent that came together for the Broadcast Tech Innovation Awards is testament to the enviable levels of invention in the industry. Given the amazing response, we’re going up in size for next year’s awards – we’ll be announcing the details soon, so watch this space. Huge congratulations to all those who came along last night, and to all the night’s winners.”Broadcast Sport and Tech editor Jake Bickerton
UK Screen Alliance & Animation UK would like to offer a special congratulations to our member companies among the winners and finalists of the Broadcast Tech Innovation Awards:
Excellence in Grading (Scripted)
WINNER – Chernobyl, Technicolor, Sky Atlantic, Jean-Clement Soret
Excellence in Virtualisation
WINNER – Jellyfish Pictures Co-Location Project, Jellyfish Pictures, Pixit Media, ERA, Microsoft Azure, Teradici
Best VFX Project
WINNER – Chernobyl, Sky Atlantic, DNEG TV
FINALISTS – Good Omens, Milk Visual Effects, Neanderthal: Meet Your Ancestors, Jellyfish Pictures, The Innocents, Jellyfish Pictures, The Planets, Lola Post Production.
Best Use of VR
WINNER – A Moon for All Mankind, Iris, Framestore
Best Audio Post Production – Scripted
FINALISTS – Bandersnatch, Warner Bros. De Lane Lea
Best Audio Post Production – Non-Scripted
FINALISTS – Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father Season 2, Fifty Fifty
Read full list of award-winners and finalists in full on broadcastnow.co.uk