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24-26 August 2022

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EDTVFEST 2019

2019 was a record-breaking year for the Festival, with it’s highest number of delegates, a 50:50 gender split of speakers, and the first time a prop was used during the MacTaggart Lecture – as Dorothy Byrne held up a herring whilst simultaneously calling out policitians for their lies. Byrne’s speech, by turns funny and ferocious, and with an added whistlestop tour of past MacTaggart efforts, has gone down in history as one of the best yet.

SEE 2019 Highlights

BECOME A 2022 FESTIVAL PARTNER

The Edinburgh Television Festival is a non-profit-making organisation with charitable status, relying solely on revenue raised from sponsorship and delegate fees.

Partnership at the Festival goes far beyond typical brand ‘badging’, as we seek to create sustainable, mutually beneficial partnerships that enable our sponsors to contribute to and enhance the overall Festival experience while achieving their ROI objectives on their investment.

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CONNECTED

In 2019, we welcomed more international hosts than ever.

As well as commissioners from the BBC, Sky, Channel 4, Five, UKTV, hosts from Yle, France TV, ABC Australia, CBC Canada and Bonnier Broadcasting signed up to host meetings.

To find our more about our speed-meetings, or if you would like to host meetings in 2022, click below.

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EDINBURGH TV AWARDS 2021

Hosted by stand-up comedian Kae Kurd, the TV Awards, now in their 20th year, formed one of the highlights of this year’s TV Festival calendar, bringing out the hugely talented creatives from both on and off screen.

Check out the 2021 winners who were selected by over 90 industry professionals.

Submissions for 2022 are now closed.

SEE 2021 WINNERS

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