The Content Summit focuses on different areas of sports production, providing a platform for sports content producers and broadcasters to discuss best practice in making and televising live sports, sports-focused documentaries, studio-based programming and more. Held at the dock10 studios at MediaCityUK, Salford, the event includes many of the UK’s leading digital and traditional sports producers and broadcasters, sports rights holders and sport tech companies.
This exclusive event for the sports production sector has run for the last three years – as a physical event at BT Sport Studios and as a virtual event last year. Moving venue to central London, the two-day Tech Innovation Forum takes a deep dive into the innovations being used across the many verticals of sports media, with sessions featuring many globally leading sports broadcasters, producers and rights holders.
This annual event, launching in 2021, hosts a series of state of the nation panels with high level sport TV execs. It includes speaker sessions and workshops focused on the business of sports production and broadcast. The focus of the debates will include diversity in sports production, broadcast and presentation; sustainability in sports production; how to encourage young talent into sports production roles; sports production in a post-Covid world; and more.
This new set of awards honours the best sports content on TV and digital platforms – from sports documentaries and live sport production to social media, advertising and marketing campaigns. From the stand-out projects to the pundits and presenters fronting the content, the Broadcast Sport Awards shines the spotlight on the most creative and inspiring examples of sports production, sports broadcast and digital sports content.