SPS & Sky Sports score 7 nominations at the Broadcast Digital Awards 2022

Monday 23 May 2022

Sky has been nominated for 31 awards at the Broadcast Digital Awards 2022, with Sky Sports & SPS shortlisted in 5 categories for projects where SPS' Studios and Post Production teams worked in collaboration with long term collaborators - CPL Productions/Licklemor Productions, and Sky Sports' innovative Cricket, Racing and Production teams.

The Broadcast Digital Awards highlights the UK's most exceptional digital content, creators and channels by celebrating the most innovative, interactive and creative work of the past year.

The haul of award nominations once again reinforces SPS/Sky Sports' place as an industry leader and demonstrates the strength of Sky’s digital content across all genres & channels

SPS/Sky Sports Nominations:

Best Entertainment Programme - Life & Rhymes (Post Production for CPL Productions/Licklemor Productions)

Best Specialist Channel - Sky Sports Racing

Best Sport or Live Event Coverage - The Hundred (Studios & Post Production for Sky Sports)

Channel of the Year (Non-PSB Group) - Sky Sports Main Event

Gamechanger Programme of the Year - The Hundred (Studios & Post Production for Sky Sports)

Other Sky Nominations:

Best Comedy Programme - Brassic

Best Content Partnership or AFP - My Greatest Shot, Statues Redressed

Best Digital Children’s Content - Dodo, Jacqueline Wilson’s Little Darlings, MC Grammar

Best Digital Pre-School Content - Very Small Creatures

Best Digital Support for a Programme - Sky News: Daily Climate Show

Best Digital Support for a Channel, Strand or Genre - Sky News Climate Crisis

Best Documentary Programme - Chernobyl: The Lost Tapes, Look Away, The Return: Life After Isis

Best Drama Programme - Death of England: Face to Face, Landscapers, The Fear Index

Best Entertainment Programme - Never Mind the Buzzcocks

Best Factual Channel - Sky Documentaries, Sky History

Best Popular Factual - Royal Bastards: Rise of the Tudors

Best Specialist Channel - Sky Arts, Sky News

Best Sport or Live Event Coverage - Sky News Climate Live

Channel of the Year - Sky News

Channel of the Year (Non-PSB Group) - Sky History

Gamechanger Programme of the Year - Royal Bastards: Rise of the Tudors, Daily Climate Show

A full list of nominations can be found here.

Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on 5th July 2022 at The Brewery, London.

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