The winners will be revealed at the Awards gala dinner on 29 November at The Brewery, London


Broadcast has revealed the list of judges for the Broadcast Tech Innovation Awards 2023.

The judges have leading industry roles spanning production, broadcast, content creation, tech innovation and more.

Each will be assigned several of the categories for the Broadcast Tech Innovation Awards 2023 and will be given a number of weeks to assess the merits of each of the shortlisted entries in these categories. They will then join the other judges of these categories to discuss each of the entries and decide on the winners.

These winners will be announced at the Broadcast Tech Innovation Awards 2023 gala dinner on 29 November 2023 at The Brewery, London.

The Broadcast Tech Innovation Awards 2023 Judges

Anna Patching, Broadcast Systems Engineer, Apple

Amelia Kallman, Futurist, Speaker, Author

Ben Nemes, Founder, SpaceCrate

Bob Clarke, Founder & CEO, Mama Youth Project

Brad Blackbourne, Virtual Production Consultant    

Bridget Bremner, Head of Production, Sky

Dr Emma Young, R&D Development Producer, BBC

Ed Tischler, Managing Director, Gravity Media

Emma Butt, Dubbing Mixer, ADR Recordist, ADR / Sound Editor    

Ian Wagdin, Senior Technology Transformation Manager, BBC R&D

Ioana Barbu, Production Engineer / Vision Mixer, Global

John Stemp, Senior TV Studios Technical Manager, Pinewood Studios Group

Judy Parnall, Head of Standards and Industry, BBC R&D

Lucy Mitchell, Dubbing Mixer & Sound Editor, LJ Studios

Morwen Williams, Director of UK Operations, BBC News

Nastascha Cadle, Creative Director & Co-Founder, Envy

Pheobe Swaby, Product Development Manager, BT Media & Broadcast

Purminder Gandhu, Technology Transfer & Partnerships Manager, BBC R&D

Richard Landy, Managing Director, Broadley Productions

Sadie Groom, CEO, Bubble Agency

Niall Hendry, VP, Partnerships,

Nina Willment, Research Associate - Virtual Production, XR Stories / University of York

Roy Heath-Callow, Head of Technology, Lifted Entertainment

Sarah Cox, Managing Director, Neutral Human

Hope Primus, VOD Schedule Executive, ITV

Tim Hands, Supervising ADR Editor    

Greg Bensberg MBE, Managing Director, Digital 3&4

Jodi Nelson-Tabor, Business Development & Training Manager, Final Pixel

Louisa Bremner, Virtual Production Supervisor    

Neil Anderson, CRO, Codemill

Camilla Powell, Product Manager, Disguise

Nainita Desai, Composer    

Dan Cherowbrier, Consultant, Formula E

Rob Siddall, VP of Technology, Picture Shop (UK)

David Snowdon, Executive Producer, Noah Media Group


Tech Awards winners

The Awards are now in their fifth year and celebrate the role technology plays in creating and broadcasting the most outstanding productions of the past year.

The Broadcast Tech Innovation Awards 2023 focus on the teamwork behind the productions, highlighting the outstanding creative and technical aspects of the projects.

The Awards are the industry’s leading tech awards and uniquely celebrate the creative use of technology for TV production, post-production and broadcast.

Tech Awards - trophy

We’ve added a number of new categories this year, and streamlined some of our previous categories to provide an opportunity for all sectors of the industry to enter the awards and join in the huge celebration of the industry that the Broadcast Tech Innovation Awards night has become.

The new categories are Best TV & Film Studio Project; Best Use of Graphics; Post-Production Project of the Year; Excellence in Editing; and Tech Team of the Year.

You can find out more by clicking here.

Tech Awards stage

The awards qualifying period is from 6 August 2022 to 14 September 2023.

The shortlist will be announced on Broadcast Tech and our social media channels, ahead of the gala dinner Awards night on The Brewery, London on 29 November 2023 where all the winners will be revealed.

The Broadcast Tech Innovation Awards 2023 are sponsored by Eizo and Jigsaw 24 Media.