The Broadcast Awards are returning in 2017 – click now to enter.
The deadline for entries for the 22nd awards is 2 September with this year’s event taking place on 1 February in London’s Grosvenor House.
A party will be held ahead of the awards to unveil the shortlisted entries.
Last year Channel 4 was named channel of the year with Tiger Aspect’s breadth and quality of output landing it the best independent production company award. Other programming winners included The Secret Life of Four Year Olds, Doctor Foster, Marvellous and Car Share.
Japan’s last-gasp win over South Africa was chosen by guests as the Timeline TV moment of the year, while Have I Got News For You was awarded the special recognition prize.
“The Broadcast Awards has celebrated the best in British programming and channels for more than two decades – and it gets bigger and better each year,” said Broadcast editor Chris Curtis.
All entries can now take place online, following the introduction of a new website last year.