Gravity Media is honoured to have been nominated for a BAFTA in the Best Sports Programme category for our Chiswick-based Production & Content business formerly known as Input Media production of the Women’s World Cup Semi Final between England and the USA, a programme which was watched by a record 11.7 million viewers in the UK on BBC One.
The project saw all production take place at our new facility in Manchester, which housed post production suites and a remote gallery, whilst our presentation crew travelled around France, presenting live from each stadium.
You can read more about the project in this SVG Europe article here.
Congratulations to ITV Sport for taking home the BAFTA in the Best Sports Programme category for their work on 2019 Rugby World Cup Final: England V South Africa. Gravity Media is proud to have worked on this project taking feeds directly from Tokyo with the live ITV studio show being cut from Maidstone Studios. Five of the edit suites on site were also provided by former HyperActive Broadcast. Congratulations to all those involved!
In addition to this, a number of clients of our Gravity House cutting rooms on Frith Street in Soho, London, and of our post-production equipment rental business also received nominations. Find out more here.
The Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards 2020 ceremony where the winners were announced was hosted by Richard Ayoade and broadcast on BBC One on Friday 31 July 2020. For the first time ever, the BAFTAs was a closed studio awards for BBC One rather than at the Royal Festival Hall as planned.