The AIBs 2017
Our 13th annual competition for factual productions across television, radio and online culminated in two major events at the start of November.
On Wednesday 1 November, our gala awards dinner took place in the stunning surroundings of LSO St Luke’s, London EC1. It was here that our 2017 award winners were presented with their trophies at an event attended by colleagues from Oceania, Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America. See the winners who were at the AIBs gala dinner here
On 2 November, we held our second #iamabroadcaster The AIBs Masterclass, an informal and interactive session that brought together a range of the finalists in this year’s AIBs for a half-day session of knowledge and idea sharing.
Read the Winners and Finalists book here and see some of the work submitted in the video (right).
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