Registration Deadline: 13 September 2024

“The TV industry is packed with awards schemes but this one is truly different and has always been really important to us. 

It’s never been more crucial for companies to properly look after their teams, and we are really proud to be recognised for this by being named alongside other great companies as one of the best places to work in TV.”
Matt Richards - Managing Director - Air TV 

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"By being recognised as one of the Best Places to Work in TV, MOOV have been able to attract new and more diverse employees, engage a broader range of customers, along with garnering the attention of the wider broadcast community."
Mike Phillipson, Chief Operating Officer, MOOV

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Being selected as one of the Best Places to Work in TV is a real source of team pride. Not only does it help us in attracting the best freelance talent, but it also inspires us to keep trying to become better. Television is a challenging industry to work in at the moment, with high levels of mental health concerns, so having this as a benchmark to aim for benefits the industry as a whole. 
Alexander Gardiner, CEO, Rare TV

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We are immensely grateful for the existence of such an award, which highlights the crucial importance of prioritising employee welfare.

While many industry awards may inadvertently honour companies and productions that achieve their vision through exploitation and mistreatment of their workforce, the Broadcast Best Places in TV award flips the script. It shifts the focus to what truly matters: the people. If we aspire to cultivate a diverse, creative, and progressive film and TV industry, it must begin with how we nurture and support all crew members, both in front of and behind the camera, at every stage of production. Recognising companies that excel in this area is an excellent way to demonstrate the value of these efforts and encourage others to foster a better industry for everyone.
Zeb Chadfield, Founder & Finishing Artist, The Finish Line

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Making the Top 10 was a huge boost and honour. In such difficult industry times, it’s vital we remain kind, supportive and nurturing so to have that recognised is just lovely. Thank you Broadcast!
Sian Price, Creative Director, Yeti Television

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Being on the list and winning a category in Broadcast Best Places to Work in TV is a great and valuable recognition from the industry. The insights from the anonymous staff survey help us to focus on the areas we need to improve and helps us to recognise what's important to our employees, so we can do even more to support them.
Paulene Hamilton, Head of People and Talent, Blue Zoo

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Working with Broadcast was really easy and it was brilliant to get feedback from the team about how they felt in their roles. We will 100% do this again!
Suzie Brearley, Head of People and Culture, Wild Child Animation

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“Of all the TV awards, this is the one we’re proudest of: a reminder that how we work is as important as what we make”
Nicky Hill, Executive Assistant, The Garden

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Consistently being named a ‘Best Place To Work’ by Broadcast over the last seven years has been an amazing accolade for Raise the Roof. Going through the process each year has enabled us to regularly evaluate, improve and ensure our workplace culture and working environment is the best it can be. Attracting, recruiting, and retaining talent in television is key to great programme making, and Best Places To Work helps us achieve the highest standard possible.
Jane Muirhead, MD, Raise the Roof Productions

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We were incredibly proud to be awarded one of the Best Places to Work in TV this year. The cherry on top was when we found out we were also the winner of Best Employer for Communication & Workplace Culture. We strive to be a place where people love to work – and where they are inspired to do some of their best work – and this award meant a lot to the whole team.  
Aileen Madden, Deputy MD, Red Bee

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Being listed as one of the best places to work in TV in 2024 was a huge honour. This achievement highlights our commitment to creating a supportive, inclusive, and innovative workplace culture where everyone can thrive. Getting the recognition is hugely significant and makes us feel very proud. It has also helped motivate us to continue to make Buzz 16 the very best place to work. Big shoutout to our team of superstars who continuously contribute to who we are and what we do.
Jonny Quinn, PR & Communications Consultant, Buzz 16

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“This important accolade aligns to strongly with the culture we are working hard to build at Candour. Our aim is for everyone in our industry to have same opportunities, to fulfil their potential free from discrimination, and to feel comfortable to be themselves at work no matter how they are employed. This is at the heart of why Candour was founded.”  
Ali Lycett, Head of Production, Candour Productions

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Being listed as one of the Best Places to Work in TV is hugely important to us at Woodcut. It’s an award for every member of the team and this recognition is shared by everyone. It meant so much to us!
Kate Beal, CEO, Woodcut Media

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Being named one of the best companies to work for in TV is incredibly prestigious. It’s a rigorous process, so being on the list is meaningful, highly regarded, and valuable to us as a business. For our staff and freelancers having Firecrest recognised in this way is a real source of pride.
Nicole Kleeman, Managing Director, FirecrestFilms

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‘Curious were delighted to be one of TV’s Best Places to Work in 2024. Our staff and freelancers are our hugely important to us and we want them to feel valued, supported and motivated to do their best work, whilst we continue to build on the good culture’
Nicky Varley, Head of Production, Curios Films

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"The television industry is so fast paced, and delivery focussed. It is easy to lose sight of how much productions rely on the professionalism and commitment of each crew member (from every department!) to make the magic happen.  

Our inclusion on the Broadcast Best Places To Work In TV 2024 list is proof that even though the TV landscape has been tough for the past few years, we still put staff welfare, benefits and career development before anything else.
The application process was inwardly reflective and thought-provoking. It gave us the opportunity to look at how much we currently do - and what we can aspire to do better in the future. 

At the end of the day, without our people we are but a name plaque on an empty office."  
Nathan Barnes, Operations Director, KPX

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We strive to build an inclusive & diverse workforce here at runVT. We want our staff to feel that they are well represented in the workplace. Being recognised as a Best places to work, reflects the whole teams’ efforts to work with each other to achieve the same goal. 
Happy Chhokar, Director of Operations, RunVT