Nominations open for IABM Annual Awards 2022
Nominations for the IABM Annual Awards are now open. The awards recognise the people and organisations in the broadcast and media industry who have made outstanding contributions across leadership, innovation, sustainability and community impact, as well as an award for emerging young talent.
Nominations for the 2022 awards can be made here. The deadline for nominations is 31 October 2022.
Awards will be presented in the following categories:
Technology Leader of the Year
A person who is at the forefront of disruption and innovation within the broadcast and media industry and who, through inspired leadership, has helped to deliver ground-breaking technology and business benefits.
Broadcast/Media Company of the Year
Broadcasters or media companies that have demonstrated they are at the forefront of creating and distributing ground-breaking content through innovation across the content chain. MediaTech suppliers are urged to nominate their customers for this award.
Companies that have made real strides in reducing their and/or their customers’ carbon footprint.
A MediaTech company and/or its products or services that have made a significant impact for the greater good in a niche, local or global community.
Andrew Jones Young Person of the Year
Someone new to the industry (under 25 years old) for their hard work, diligence and potential.
“The IABM Annual Awards recognise not only the people and companies that are moving our industry forward with remarkable technological innovations and great leadership, but also those leading the fight to change the world for the better – whether that’s for a discrete community cause or the good of the planet,” said Peter White, CEO, IABM (pictured). “Bringing young people into our exciting industry is also a priority for us all. The IABM Awards provide a great opportunity to give all those doing this good work international recognition and reward, and I encourage everyone to take a minute to reflect and nominate the people and companies that are really making a difference.”