Content Innovation Awards 2023 Found Their Recipients

 Content Innovation Awards 2023 Found Their Recipients

Fremantle, Abacus Media Rights, Nippon and Woodcut Media were among the winners at the ninth Content Innovation Awards (CIAs), which took place Thursday evening at MIPCOM in the Palais des Festivals in Cannes.

Special Award winners this year included Peaky Blinders creator and writer Steven Knight, 1895 Films CEO Tom Jennings and Quay Street Productions’ Karis Winstanley.

The full list of winners is as follows:

Best Short-Form Series

RAID: Call of the Arbiter – Nicholas Day, Gary Rosenfeld, Jay Oliva, Eric Rollman and Plarium / Pixel United for YouTube

Best Animated Kids Programme

Pip and Posy – Vici King and Magic Light Pictures for Sky Television, Channel 5 / Milkshake!

Distribution Innovation

BBC Earth – BBC Studios

Entertainment Format of the Year

The Masked Singer UK – Bandicoot and Ababcus for ITV

Best Live Action Kids Programme

Ghostwriter – Sinking Ship Entertainment, Sesame Workshop and Apple TV+

Reality Show of the Year

Tempting Fortune Voltage TV and Cineflix Rights for Channel 4 (UK), Roku (North America)

Best True Crime Series

Murder in the Red Light – Woodcut Media and Abacus Media Rights for Amazon

Best New Scripted Series Based on a True Story

Rogue Heroes – A Kudos and Nebulastar Production distributed by Banijay Rights

Single-brand FAST Channel of the Year

The Jamie Oliver Channel – Jamie Oliver Productions and Fremantle

Multi-brand FAST Channel of the Year

Kids Ukraine Channel – Nickelodeon and Paramount Global Distribution

Best New Scripted Series Non-English Language

Rebooting – Nippon TV, AX-ON Inc., MASEKI GEINOSHA

The Sustainability & Innovation Award

The Lumi Platform – Karen Dewey and Lumi Media

Best Documentary Series

Evacuation – Wonderhood Studios for Channel 4

Best Live Action Kids Drama

Ruby and the Well – Shaftesbury in association with BYUtv and Family, a WildBrain network and BYUtv (US), WildBrain (Global) for BYUtv, Family Channel

Best Returning Scripted Series

The Sea Beyond – S3 RAI and Picomedia and Beta Film

The Representation & Inclusion Award – Scripted

Sort Of – Sphere Media and Abacus Media Rights

The Representation & Inclusion Award – Unscripted

The Australian Wars – Rachel Perkins, Darren Dale, Jacob Hickey and ABC Commercial for Special Broadcasting Service

Factual Entertainment Programme of the Year

Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne – Naked (a Fremantle label) and Milkshake Productions for Hulu and BBC Three

Best Documentary

The Murder of Meredith – Woodcut Media and Abacus Media Rights for Amazon Prime

Series Launch of the Year

Farmer Wants A Wife – Eureka Productions for Fox

Competition Show of the Year

The Masked Singer UK – Bandicoot and Abacus for ITV

Best New Scripted Series

The Swarm – Schwarm TV Production (Joint-company of Intaglio Films & ndF International Production)


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