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PromaxBDA UK Conference and Awards

The focus of this year’s PromaxBDA UK conference is Creative Enlightenment for The Modern Age. We recognise that broadcasting is going through a radical shift and we aim to equip the creative community with the tools to prosper: from understanding how to embrace the marketing power shift from broadcaster to viewer and how to socialise creative ideas, to understanding the art of persuasion, the science of laughter and campaigns that have changed the world.

This year’s conference is being held at The Royal Institution of Great Britain. The Institution has always been the home of prestigious, progressive thinkers at the forefront of technology and science. Over the centuries, its famous lecture theatre has housed brave conversations that have instigated huge change in the world we live in.

PromaxBDA UK 2014 promises to deliver those brave conversations, tackle the issues that we face in broadcasting today and showcase the Dons of Creativity at the top of their game.

For all the latest and up-to-date news on PromaxBDA UK events follow @promaxuk on Twitter and like us on facebook.com/promaxuk

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date & time

30-31 October, 2014

location

The Royal Institution

21 Albemarle Street

London W1S 4BS

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price

conference only: £350 + VAT
awards show only: £300 + VAT
conference & awards: £550 + VAT
awards table of ten: £2750 + VAT



overview

For conference information, contact Chayenne de Witte at +31 6 2511 2190 or chayenne@promaxbda.org.

For awards information, contact the Awards Department at +1 310.789.1526 or awards@promaxbda.org.

For sponsorship opportunities, contact Billy Fahey at +44 7957 146841 or billy@promaxbda.org.

about the PromaxBDA Association

PromaxBDA is a member association representing more than 10,000 companies and individuals from every major media organization, marketing agency, research company, strategic and creative vendor and technology provider. Leading the international conversation about the role that marketing plays in the monetization of media, PromaxBDA is considered to be the global resource for education, community, creative inspiration and career development in the media and media marketing sectors.

Promax was established in 1956 as a non-profit, full-service, membership driven association for promotion and marketing professionals working in broadcast media. In 1997, The Broadcast Design Association (BDA) who had partnered with Promax for years on their annual conference, officially joined forces with Promax and became PromaxBDA.

Importantly, the highlight of 1997 was the inaugural PromaxBDA Europe Conference in Barcelona, Spain. Today, in its 16th year, the PromaxBDA Europe Conference is considered one of the most important conferences for the association: a two-day gathering showcasing the best and brightest creativity, inspiring thought-leadership, innovative technology and latest developments that will impact the European media marketing industry. The two days culminate with an awards show celebration honoring the best in promotion, marketing and design. Drawing hundreds of companies from more than 14 different countries representing marketing leaders and industry professionals from across the region, the PromaxBDA Europe Conference is seen as a must attend for the television marketing, promotion and design industry

Representing more than 65 countries, and with conferences taking place in Europe, Arabia, United States, Asia, Australia, Africa, New Zealand, South America and the UK, PromaxBDA is a truly international organization uniting the individuals who are in the driver’s seat of the media marketing industry. Utilizing myriad platforms, outlets and technologies, PromaxBDA members are tasked with driving audiences and ratings to their networks, stations and content brands through effective and creative marketing strategies.

schedule

Thursday, 30 October
10:00
  Registration & Coffee
     
11:00
Faraday Theatre
  Opening Keynote: Jarvis Cocker

Pulp frontman, solo artist, radio presenter, lyricist, author and general cultural treasure. We are so thrilled to open this year's conference with the one and only Jarvis Cocker.

Speaker:
Jarvis Cocker, Pulp frontman, solo artist, radio presenter, lyricist, author and general cultural treasure

     
12:00
Faraday Theatre
 

Same Shit Different Christmas

Christmas comes but once a year, but that's still often enough to make delivering a great John Lewis ad a tall order.
Fresh from winning the Cannes Agency of the Year, Ben Priest, Executive Creative Director and Founder, adam&eveDDB and James Murphy CEO and Founder reveal the secret to creating the most anticipated ad campaign of the year.
How do they tackle the same brief year in year out?
Where do good ideas come from?
Who chooses the music?
And how do you avoid a Christmas turkey?

Speakers:
Ben Priest, Executive Creative Director and Founder, adam&eveDDB
James Murphy, CEO and Founder, adam&eveDDB

     
The Conversation Room
 

Analogue Thinking for a Digital World

So video didn’t kill the radio star. Why not? Western culture consistently feeds us the notion that if something new appears something else must die. In this new digital landscape where is TV broadcast going? Tom Darlington, Business Director at Goodstuff, shows us that combining things not replacing them, is where we should be focussing our efforts.

Speaker:
Tom Darlington, Business Director, Goodstuff

     
13:00
  LUNCH BREAK
     
14:00
Faraday Theatre
 

You've Made a Right Hashtag out of That

Don't make a #hashtag out of your marketing. This session demonstrates the mistakes brands make in social media and how to get it right by the best in the business.

Social media is the new battleground for the hearts and minds of consumers as budgets and trust in traditional advertising are on the wane. Who's doing it right? Who's doing it wrong? And how can broadcasters learn from the best. Speakers from Facebook, Twitter, the world of advertising and broadcast talk about their experiences and best practices and we'll all learn how not to make mistakes like #susanalbumparty.

Speakers:
Dave Buonaguidi, Founder, ACME Studio
Subi Gnanaseharam, Social Media Guru, Jamie Oliver Limited
Steve Hornby, Head of Digital & Social Media, UKTV
Georgina Parnell, Sales Leader, Twitter
Derren Sequeira, Vertical Lead FMCG UK & Ireland, Facebook

     
The Conversation Room
 

It's Alive!

Enter the secret lab of Dr Dave Birss and discover the dark art of creative development. Dissect the brief, assemble a monster idea and see it burst to life with 1000 volts. Dave Birss is the founder of GetAdditive.com and author of ‘A User Guide to the Creative Mind.’ A unique experience, not for the faint hearted.

Speaker:
Dave Birss, Founder, GetAdditive.com

     
15:00
Faraday Theatre
 

Branding - Art or Business?

Who needs another TV brand? Can TV brands still matter when it’s all about content? In a ‘content on demand’ future what part will channel and networks brands play? With some broadcasters closing channels down and others prolifically opening them up, Reemah Sakaan, Director of Network Marketing and Media Planning at ITV and International Branding Expert & Business Leader, Rita Clifton,discuss brands and branding in modern media.

Speakers:
Reemah Sakaan, Director of Network Marketing and Media Planning, ITV
Rita Clifton, International Branding Expert & Business Leader

     
The Conversation Room
 

Big Data is the New Sexy

Can Big Data work alongside intuition? From fuelling inspiration to powering storytelling, from defining context to driving relevance, big data is climbing into bed with creativity. Toby Gunton, Head of Innovation at OMD delivers fascinating insights on how media agencies can lift your campaign into new territory.

Speaker:
Toby Gunton, Head of Innovation, OMD

     
15:45
  COFFEE BREAK
     
16:00
Faraday Theatre
 

A Healthy Disregard for the Impossible

Before he faced paralysis Mark Pollock was a blind motivational speaker. Now his talk transcends 'motivational'...it will change you forever. Mark will deliver a speech that explores the area between scientific fantasy and reality. Hear about his own personal mission to cure paralysis and how he encourages a healthy disregard for the impossible.

Speaker:
Mark Pollock, Collaboration Catalyst and Explorer

     
The Conversation Room
 

Essential Elements: Voiceover

You’re in an audio session; the VO’s just read their ninth take and it still isn’t right. Nobody’s making eye contact, it’s tense and you’re a little sweaty. “So…” The audio engineer says, shattering the loaded silence “What do you think?” *Dramatic voice* In a world where creatives are never taught how to properly direct a voiceover, Lewis MacLeod leads a workshop tackling the vital skill of getting the perfect read, as well as revealing funny insights from the other side of the soundproof glass.

Speakers:
Lewis MacLeod, Actor
Kate Robbins, Actress, Comedian, Singer and Songwriter

     
16:45
Faraday Theatre
 

Charity Challenge

The Charity Challenge is back and to celebrate its 10th year has a dream of a brief for you. A rally cry to the masses to demand a cure for paralysis, supporting one of our keynote speakers, the inimitable and aspirational Mark Pollock & the Mark Pollock Trust.

     
The Conversation Room
 

Science of Persuasion

COME TO THIS SESSION. Come on. It’s great. I’ll buy you a hat. ‘Persuading’ is what creatives and marketers do every day. But how many of us actually understand the science behind it? In this essential seminar, Phil Barden, the author of ‘Decoded. The Science Behind Why We Buy’ uses the latest learnings from decision science to explain how communication works and why we buy what we do. As well as revealing fascinating secrets that can give your campaigns a vital edge (without having to resort to buying people hats).

Speaker:
Phil Barden, Managing Director, decode marketing Limited

     
17:45
Cartier Room & Bar
 

PUK@Promax

     

Friday, 31 October
9:00
Faraday Theatre
  People's Choice
     
10:30
  COFFEE BREAK
     
10:45
Faraday Theatre
 

TV Bypass

It’s the breath-taking launch of the latest super-hit series, complete with all-star cast & 360 degree marketing campaign…and still it attracts less eyeballs than the weekly update of the teenager uploading videos of himself pretending to be a cat.

Danny Cohen chairs a panel asking how broadcasters can connect with a generation that ignores conventional TV and conventional marketing?

Speakers:
Danny Cohen, Director, BBC Television
Hazel Hayes, YouTube Creator “ChewingSand”
Liam Tootill, Director, SBTV
Guy Slattery, EVP, Marketing, A&E, HISTORY and H2 Networks

     
The Conversation Room
 

Essential Elements: Sound

10:45 - 11:15 THE POWER OF SOUND
In this experiential session Sam Crowther, Head of Creative at Bauer Radio, delves into ‘The Power of Sound’ exploring how sound affects the human brain both consciously and subliminally. As well as showcasing sounds’ unique strengths he will also highlight how these strengths can be utilised, with popular theories of social psychology, to enhance the impact and effectiveness of brand communication and promos.

Speaker:
Sam Crowther, Head of Creative, Bauer Media

11:15 - 11:45 MUSIC
Music is the emotional heart of your promo. We understand that no promo director ever got into this game through a love of cutting 30 music beds, but don't worry, we’ll show you technically how to best make your edits invisible and make the most of your track. While also covering such disparate subjects as time signatures, spectral mixing, and the power of silence. Music = Power.

Speaker:
Rich Martin, Sound Designer and Composer, Envy Post production

     
11:45
Faraday Theatre
 

Cod Science

What is the one magic formula for creative gold? 4Creative's maverick professors give their unscientific take on creativity by putting past and present ads in their petri dish and looking at them through their microscope of weirdness.

Speakers:
Chris Bovill & John Allison, Executive Creative Heads, 4Creative

     
The Conversation Room
 

Essential Elements: Cinematic Trailer-Making

Ever wondered what makes movie trailers feel so big, epic and exciting? It’s easier than you might think! This session is aimed toward creatives, marketers, producers and editors - anyone who is passionate about the art and craft of TV promo-making. From sound design to innovative editing techniques via storytelling on new digital platforms, here is a unique, behind-the-scenes look at the global movie marketing industry and how to make an outstanding Promax award-winning promo.

Speaker:
Robin Burke, UK Director / Creative Director, Ignition Creative

     
12:30
  LUNCH BREAK
     
13:30
Faraday Theatre
 

Cool Shit

In 2010, Dave Trott wrote ‘The most effective form of advertising you can have is word-of-mouth. Unfortunately you can’t buy space in this medium yet. At least not with money. How you can buy it is with advertising that gets noticed and talked about. The more it gets noticed the more it gets talked about. The more it gets talked about, the more it gets noticed’.

"Cool Shit" (aka "Ideas that Do") is an inspirational curated showcase packed with recent examples of creative ideas from all over the world that have one thing in common: they earn media that money can’t buy.

Speaker:
Federico Gaggio, VP, Brand & Executive Creative Director, Discovery Communications Western Europe

     

The Conversation Room

 

Maximising Vine

It hasn’t even seen its second birthday and yet Twitter's vine app is already proving to be an exciting and uncomplicated branding tool. If this is the space to find Gen Z, then how can the broadcast industry get a piece of this 6 second action?

Speaker:
Richard Barley, Vine Consultant and Creative

     
14:30
Faraday Theatre
 

An Englishman in New York

Sometimes it seems like the UK and the USA are speaking a different language, particularly when it comes to marketing and promotion. We are often promoting the exact same shows and networks so why does our stuff look and feel so different? Is there anything we can learn from each other? This entertaining session will compare campaigns from both sides of the pond and explore the cultural and business factors that impact the creative.

Speaker:
Guy Slattery, EVP, Marketing, A&E, HISTORY and H2 Networks

     

The Conversation Room

 

Essential Elements: Copywriting and Art Direction

14:30 - 15:00 COPYWRITING
Top tips from an industry pro on how to write great copy. Simple dos and don’ts for a flawless promo script.

Speaker:
Vince Raison, Freelance Writer

15:00 - 15:30 ART DIRECTION
Good art direction is the secret weapon in making a gold winning spot. Get some invaluable direction on how to craft your spot to be a roaring success.

Speakers:
Nici Hofer, Head of Art, adam&eveDDB
Nick Simons, Creative, adam&eveDDB

     
15:30
Pre-Function Area
  COFFEE BREAK
     
15:40
Faraday Theatre
  Shortfilm Winner
     
16:00
Faraday Theatre
 

Closing Keynote: Vince Gilligan

Unless you have lived under a rock for the last 6 years, you can’t fail to know Breaking Bad, the highly addictive TV series which this year entered the Guinness Book of Records as the highest rated show of all time. The exploits of a terminally ill chemistry teacher who turns to crime and cooking crystal meth have spawned an unprecedented legion of real-time tweeting, binge-viewing fans.

Now, the creator and director of Breaking Bad, Vince Gilligan, is set to provide a blockbusting finale as the closing keynote speaker of the 2014 Promax conference.

In a rare interview with broadcaster, journalist and superfan Penny Smith, Vince joins us live from LA at 4pm to answer your questions and hers; exploring the creative chemistry of this multi award-winning global smash hit, and boiling down the new technologies changing both the method of storytelling on TV, and our resulting viewing habits.

Speaker:
Vince Gilligan, Creator/Executive Producer "Breaking Bad" and Co-Creator/Executive Producer of the upcoming "Better Call Saul"

Interviewed by:
Penny Smith, Television & Radio Presenter, Newsreader and Journalist

     
18:45
London Hilton,
Park Lane
 

PromaxBDA UK Awards Dinner Sponsored by ENVY

     

sessions


Opening Keynote

Pulp frontman, solo artist, radio presenter, lyricist, author and general cultural treasure. We are so thrilled to open this year's conference with the one and only Jarvis Cocker.

Speaker:
Jarvis Cocker, Pulp frontman, solo artist, radio presenter, lyricist, author and general cultural treasure


You’ve Made a Right Hashtag Out of That
Don't make a #hashtag out of your marketing. This session demonstrates the mistakes brands make in social media and how to get it right by the best in the business.
 
Social media is the new battleground for the hearts and minds of consumers as budgets and trust in traditional advertising are on the wane. Who's doing it right? Who's doing it wrong? And how can broadcasters learn from the best. Speakers from Facebook, Twitter, the world of advertising and broadcast talk about their experiences and best practices and we'll all learn how not to make mistakes like #susanalbumparty.

Speakers:
Dave Buonaguidi, Founder, ACME Studio
Subi Gnanaseharam, Social Media Guru, Jamie Oliver Limited
Steve Hornby, Head of Digital & Social Media, UKTV
Georgina Parnell, Sales Leader, Twitter
Derren Sequeira, Vertical Lead FMCG UK & Ireland, Facebook


It's Alive!
Enter the secret lab of Dr Dave Birss and discover the dark art of creative development. Dissect the brief, assemble a monster idea and see it burst to life with 1000 volts. Dave Birss is the founder of GetAdditive.com and author of ‘A User Guide to the Creative Mind.’ A unique experience, not for the faint hearted.

Speaker:
Dave Birss, Founder, GetAdditive.com


Branding – Art or Business?
Who needs another TV brand? Can TV brands still matter when it’s all about content? In a ‘content on demand’ future what part will channel and networks brands play? With some broadcasters closing channels down and others prolifically opening them up, Reemah Sakaan, Director of Network Marketing and Media Planning at ITV and International Branding Expert & Business Leader, Rita Clifton,discuss brands and branding in modern media.

Speakers:
Reemah Sakaan, Director of Network Marketing and Media Planning, ITV
Rita Clifton, International Branding Expert & Business Leader


Same Shit, Different Christmas
Christmas comes but once a year, but that's still often enough to make delivering a great John Lewis ad a tall order.
Fresh from winning the Cannes Agency of the Year, Ben Priest, Executive Creative Director and Founder, adam&eveDDB and James Murphy CEO and Founder reveal the secret to creating the most anticipated ad campaign of the year.
How do they tackle the same brief year in year out?
Where do good ideas come from?
Who chooses the music?
And how do you avoid a Christmas turkey?

Speakers:
Ben Priest, Executive Creative Director and Founder, adam&eveDDB
James Murphy, CEO and Founder, adam&eveDDB


Analogue Thinking for a Digital World
So video didn’t kill the radio star. Why not? Western culture consistently feeds us the notion that if something new appears something else must die. In this new digital landscape where is TV broadcast going? Tom Darlington, Business Director at Goodstuff, shows us that combining things not replacing them, is where we should be focussing our efforts.

Speaker:
Tom Darlington, Business Director, Goodstuff


A Healthy Disregard for the Impossible
Before he faced paralysis Mark Pollock was a blind motivational speaker. Now his talk transcends 'motivational'...it will change you forever. Mark will deliver a speech that explores the area between scientific fantasy and reality. Hear about his own personal mission to cure paralysis and how he encourages a healthy disregard for the impossible.

Speaker:
Mark Pollock, Collaboration Catalyst and Explorer


Essential Elements: Voiceover
You’re in an audio session; the VO’s just read their ninth take and it still isn’t right. Nobody’s making eye contact, it’s tense and you’re a little sweaty. “So…” The audio engineer says, shattering the loaded silence “What do you think?” *Dramatic voice* In a world where creatives are never taught how to properly direct a voiceover, Lewis MacLeod leads a workshop tackling the vital skill of getting the perfect read, as well as revealing funny insights from the other side of the soundproof glass.

Speakers:
Lewis MacLeod, Actor
Kate Robbins, Actress, Comedian, Singer and Songwriter


Charity Challenge
The Charity Challenge is back and to celebrate its 10th year has a dream of a brief for you. A rally cry to the masses to demand a cure for paralysis, supporting one of our keynote speakers, the inimitable and aspirational Mark Pollock & the Mark Pollock Trust.


Science of Persuasion
COME TO THIS SESSION. Come on. It’s great. I’ll buy you a hat. ‘Persuading’ is what creatives and marketers do every day. But how many of us actually understand the science behind it? In this essential seminar, Phil Barden, the author of ‘Decoded. The Science Behind Why We Buy’ uses the latest learnings from decision science to explain how communication works and why we buy what we do. As well as revealing fascinating secrets that can give your campaigns a vital edge (without having to resort to buying people hats).

Speaker:
Phil Barden, Managing Director, decode marketing Limited


TV ByPass 
It’s the breath-taking launch of the latest super-hit series, complete with all-star cast & 360 degree marketing campaign…and still it attracts less eyeballs than the weekly update of the teenager uploading videos of himself pretending to be a cat.

Danny Cohen chairs a panel asking how broadcasters can connect with a generation that ignores conventional TV and conventional marketing?

Speakers:
Danny Cohen, Director, BBC Television
Hazel Hayes, YouTube Creator “ChewingSand”
Liam Tootill, Director, SBTV
Guy Slattery, EVP, Marketing, A&E, HISTORY and H2 Networks


Essential Elements: The Power of Sound
In this experiential session Sam Crowther, Head of Creative at Bauer Radio, delves into ‘The Power of Sound’ exploring how sound affects the human brain both consciously and subliminally. As well as showcasing sounds’ unique strengths he will also highlight how these strengths can be utilised, with popular theories of social psychology, to enhance the impact and effectiveness of brand communication and promos.

Speaker:
Sam Crowther, Head of Creative, Bauer Media


Essential Elements: Music
Music is the emotional heart of your promo. We understand that no promo director ever got into this game through a love of cutting 30 music beds, but don't worry, we’ll show you technically how to best make your edits invisible and make the most of your track. While also covering such disparate subjects as time signatures, spectral mixing, and the power of silence. Music = Power.

Speaker:
Rich Martin, Sound Designer and Composer, Envy Post production


An Englishman in New York
Sometimes it seems like the UK and the USA are speaking a different language, particularly when it comes to marketing and promotion.   We are often promoting the exact same shows and networks so why does our stuff look and feel so different? Is there anything we can learn from each other? This entertaining session will compare campaigns from both sides of the pond and explore the cultural and business factors that impact the creative. 

Speaker:
Guy Slattery, EVP, Marketing, A&E, HISTORY and H2 Networks


Essential Elements: Cinematic Trailer-Making
Ever wondered what makes movie trailers feel so big, epic and exciting? It’s easier than you might think! This session is aimed toward creatives, marketers, producers and editors - anyone who is passionate about the art and craft of TV promo-making. From sound design to innovative editing techniques via storytelling on new digital platforms, here is a unique, behind-the-scenes look at the global movie marketing industry and how to make an outstanding Promax award-winning promo.

Speaker:
Robin Burke, UK Director / Creative Director, Ignition Creative


Big Data is the New Sexy
Can Big Data work alongside intuition? From fuelling inspiration to powering storytelling, from defining context to driving relevance, big data is climbing into bed with creativity. Toby Gunton, Head of Innovation at OMD delivers fascinating insights on how media agencies can lift your campaign into new territory.

Speaker:
Toby Gunton, Head of Innovation, OMD


Cool Shit
In 2010, Dave Trott wrote ‘The most effective form of advertising you can have is word-of-mouth. Unfortunately you can’t buy space in this medium yet. At least not with money. How you can buy it is with advertising that gets noticed and talked about. The more it gets noticed the more it gets talked about. The more it gets talked about, the more it gets noticed’.

"Cool Shit" (aka "Ideas that Do") is an inspirational curated showcase packed with recent examples of creative ideas from all over the world that have one thing in common: they earn media that money can’t buy.

Speaker:
Federico Gaggio, VP, Brand & Executive Creative Director, Discovery Communications Western Europe


Maximising Vine
It hasn’t even seen its second birthday and yet Twitter's vine app is already proving to be an exciting and uncomplicated branding tool. If this is the space to find Gen Z, then how can the broadcast industry get a piece of this 6 second action?

Speaker:
Richard Barley, Vine Consultant and Creative


Cod Science
What is the one magic formula for creative gold? 4Creative's maverick professors give their unscientific take on creativity by putting past and present ads in their petri dish and looking at them through their microscope of weirdness.

Speakers:
Chris Bovill & John Allison, Executive Creative Heads, 4Creative


Essential Elements: Copywriting
Top tips from an industry pro on how to write great copy. Simple dos and don’ts for a flawless promo script.

Speaker:
Vince Raison, Freelance Writer


Essential Elements: Art Direction
Good art direction is the secret weapon in making a gold winning spot. Get some invaluable direction on how to craft your spot to be a roaring success.

Speakers:
Nici Hofer, Head of Art, adam&eveDDB
Nick Simons, Creative, adam&eveDDB


Closing Keynote
Unless you have lived under a rock for the last 6 years, you can’t fail to know Breaking Bad, the highly addictive TV series which this year entered the Guinness Book of Records as the highest rated show of all time. The exploits of a terminally ill chemistry teacher who turns to crime and cooking crystal meth have spawned an unprecedented legion of real-time tweeting, binge-viewing fans.

Now, the creator and director of Breaking Bad, Vince Gilligan, is set to provide a blockbusting finale as the closing keynote speaker of the 2014 Promax conference.

In a rare interview with broadcaster, journalist and superfan Penny Smith, Vince joins us live from LA at 4pm to answer your questions and hers; exploring the creative chemistry of this multi award-winning global smash hit, and boiling down the new technologies changing both the method of storytelling on TV, and our resulting viewing habits.

Speaker:
Vince Gilligan, Creator/Executive Producer "Breaking Bad" and Co-Creator/Executive Producer of the upcoming "Better Call Saul"

Interviewed by:
Penny Smith, Television & Radio Presenter, Newsreader and Journalist

speakers

More information coming soon.

location

The 2014 UK CONFERENCE will take place at:
The Royal Institution
21 Albemarle Street
London W1S 4BS
   
     
The 2014 UK AWARDS will take place at:
The London Hilton Park Lane
22 Park Lane
London W1K 1BE
   

sponsors

Platinum Sponsors:

     


ENVY

ENVY is a full service Post Production Facility with 5 buildings based in London’s Noho area. They offer 158 operational areas including Off Line Editing, FCP, Symphony, Baselight Grading, VFX, Flame, 3D and Audio including Dolby licensed studios. They also have two fully licensed bars in Rathbone Place and Foley Street. To view exciting projects ENVY worked on please visit www.envypost.co.uk.

Sponsors:

     


A+E Networks

     


Channel 4

Channel 4 is a publicly-owned, commercially-funded, not-for-profit public service broadcaster and has a remit to be innovative, experimental and distinctive.

     


Eyeball NYC

eyeball is a creative strategic design agency that shapes brands through powerful storytelling, stunning design and insightful problem solving.

     


Focus

Focus is an independent music company serving the media industry worldwide. Our tracks are in use in major films, TV shows, promos and adverts globally.

     


Gargantuan Music

Gargantuan Music is known for massive impact and emotion for promos, trailers and commercials. From action-packed orchestral epics to uplifting fantasy adventure, lush drones and hard-hitting sound design, it doesn't get bigger than Gargantuan!

     


ITV

ITV is Britain's most-loved, watched and talked-about family of channels.

     


NBCUniversal International Television

NBCUniversal is one of the world’s leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production, and marketing of entertainment, news, and information to a global audience.

     


Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon is the place where kids rule, bringing hit international and locally produced entertainment content to audiences in the U.K. and Ireland.

     


Scripps Networks UK & EMEA

Broadcasting Travel Channel, Food Network and Fine Living, we are leading developers and producers of lifestyle programming as part of Scripps Networks International across the food, home and travel categories.

     


UKTV

UKTV is the multi-award winning TV broadcaster that boasts a network of 10 imaginative channels including Dave, Gold, Drama, Watch and Really.

     


Universal Publishing Production Music

Our vast music library covers all genres, moods, emotions & project types. Created by an ever expanding roster of talented artists & composers from around the globe with in-house creative teams dedicated to diversity, quality and authenticity - we understand that the right music makes all the difference.

 

awards show

Dress: Black Tie
Venue: London Hilton on Park Lane

18:45
  Welcome drinks sponsored by EMI Production Music
     
19:30
  Awards Dinner
     
21:00
  Entertainment by Nina Conti
     
21:30
  Dessert and Coffee
     
22:00
 

Awards presentation hosted by Nish Kumar

     
23:30
 

Music from Guilty Pleasures and the Dirty Old Brasstards

     
02:00
 

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