EDINBURGH TV AWARD WINNERS 2020

ANNOUNCED VIA TWITTER IN SPECIAL CEREMONY HOSTED BY MUNYA CHAWAWA

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EDINBURGH TV FESTIVAL 2020

Edinburgh TV Festival 2020 is now over. We celebrated the best content from the past year, we looked at what's coming in the year ahead, we discussed the issues within our industry and how we can work together to fix them, and we were given a powerful and moving MacTaggart Lecture from David Olusoga.

If you missed any sessions, or want access to the platform. Passes are still available for the sessions which will remain exclusive for delegates for the coming months.

We'd like to give a special thanks to everyone who helped make the Festival happen, and most importantly to our delegates. Your continued support means we can continue our work with the TV Foundation and continue to connect the industry.

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NEW VOICE AWARDS 2020 WINNERS ANNOUNCED

TV’s brightest new and emerging talent gathered at London’s Rich Mix last night for The TV Foundation’s New Voice Awards 2020. The awards hosted by multi-faceted entertainer and Wall of Comedy/YouTube sensation Yung Filly recognised and celebrated undiscovered creatives and the companies who do the most to support them. 

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Talent Schemes

Ones to Watch and The Network Applications closed for 2020

The TV Foundation

In 2019 the TV Festival launched the TV Foundation - a new brand for its 30 years of charitable work.

Alongside our much-coveted existing schemes, The Network and Ones to Watch which have helped over 4000 individuals, the Foundation also supports our new scheme TV PhD, our annual New Voice Awards, and our annual specialist factual / academic event AHTV. It also supports our partnerships with industry initiatives and year-round events on topics from bullying to mental health.

We remain committed to tackling the big issues, as well as reaching those who don’t believe a TV career is possible for them.

In 2020 The TV Foundation has made the Festival free for freelancers, given a platform to the BAME Task Force and has partnered on Time For Action to help rebuild the industry post-Covid to be a fairer sector for the freelance community.

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The Network

2020 Applications Now Closed

The Network is our free entry level scheme which gives people their first taste of the television industry through masterclasses and practical workshops at Edinburgh, covering everything from pitching new formats to commissioners to scripting an episode of Casualty. Entrants are selected, assessed, mentored and trained by top producers and supported year-round with Network at Work placements with broadcasters and indies.

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Ones to Watch

2020 Applications Now Closed

Ones to Watch is the Festival’s senior talent scheme for people with more than three years of professional TV experience, looking to take the next big step in their career. The 30 individuals are assessed by TV professionals and benefit from a full delegate pass and accommodation for the TV Festival, a challenging and unique series of exclusive OTW workshops and masterclasses, year-round events and mentoring.

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