Firecracker Films was named the first Multichannel Production Company of the Year and also won in the Best Popular Factual Programme category for Emma Willis: Delivering Babies at today’s Broadcast Digital Awards 2020!
Firecracker beat the likes of CTVC, Fulwell 73, Merman Television, Strawberry Blond TV and Workerbee to come out on top for Best Multichannel Production Company of the Year and Emma Willis: Delivering Babies was named Best Popular Factual Programme category for the second year running, after picking up Best Popular Factual Programme last year, in 2019.
The team have done an incredible job and have worked tirelessly to produce great content across UKTV, BBC Scotland and E4, and shows such as The Sex Clinic, Emily Atack’s Adulting, Emma Willis: Delivering Babies, Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over and more.
You can find out more about Firecracker’s Multichannel Production Company win here, their win for Best Popular Factual Programmer here, and read more about the winners of this year awards here.
Many congratulations to the Firecracker team, very well deserved!
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