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Broadcast TECH editor Jake Bickerton
Katy Gorman, Fifty Fifty (middle) - winner of the 'runner' category
Ben Chick, Hackenbacker, winner of the 'audio post-production' category
Max Goldini, The Farm Group, winner of the 'colourist' category
Myke Dunn and Fergus Thom (centre), two winners from Strawberry Blond TV
Woman In Tech winner Kate Higham from Splice Post Production
Framestore's two winners, Catherine Pavitt and Alex Perry.
Jack Howells, Splice Post Production - winner of the 'engineer' category
Lachlan Smith, Sky Production Services (centre right), the winner of the 'online editor' award
Fatemeh Khoshkou, Jellyfish Pictures, who picked up the award for 'VFX artist'
Coffee & TV's Ollie Ramsey (centre left), who was presented with the special achievement award by George Michael's ex-manager David Austin (centre right)
TV and radio presenter George Lamb
MBI chief executive Conor Dignam (second left)
Shining a spotlight on 13 outstanding individuals
What’s in the March 2018 issue of Broadcast TECH magazine?
Humanising the neanderthal, what’s in store for 2018, the problem of localisation and more
The fiery chef and his chief creative officer on developing sellable formats, moving beyond food shows and duty of care
Imagen VP product marketing Ian Mottashed reveals the agenda for the company’s annual Tech Summit
The company is looking to expand in North America
US firm expects to invest £150m and create 3000 jobs
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