Entries have opened for the Broadcast Awards 2015 – the 20th anniversary of the event which celebrates the best of British TV.

Broadcast Awards 2014

The deadline to submit entries is 5 September, ahead of the 2015 event which will be held at London’s Grosvenor Hotel on 4 February. The awards shortlist will be unveiled in November.

ITV took home the coveted channel of the year prize at the Broadcast Awards 2014, while Twofour saw off stiff competition to be awarded best independent production company.

The indie also won best documentary series for Channel 4’s Educating Yorkshire, while Studio Lambert’s Gogglebox, Kudos Film and Television’s Broadchurch and Quicksilver’s Dispatches film Syria: Across The Lines also emerged victorious.

To submit your entry, Dee Adeosun: 020 3033 2640 / dee.adeosun@mb-insight.com.

DVD and USB entries must be received by 15 September 2014.

Click for a full list of this year’s categories