Sunset+Vine, UK's leading sports production, and media company, has been shortlisted for two categories at this year’s British Sports Journalism Awards, and one category at the Sports Technology Awards!
Sunset+Vine won at the British Sports Journalism Awards last year with cricket’s world cup and given the scarcity of live sport over the last 12 months have produced some of the strongest visual coverage for television/Digital Live Event that could see them bring home yet another trophy. This year, they have been nominated in the Television/Digital Live Event Coverage category for 'BT Sport: Live Premier League Football Returns' and in the Television/Digital Show category for 'HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series: That Sevens Show'
At the Sports Technology Awards last year Sunset+Vine won for its ground-breaking broadcast of the INEOS 1:59 Challenge, and was praised for the live coverage of the record attempt that was broadcasted internationally on television, YouTube and on the event website, its integration of teams producing the live feed and the feature and social/digital content. This year, they have been nominated in the Best Use of Technology by a Broadcaster category, for BT with Sunset+Vine.
Details of the virtual celebration and winner reveal for the 2021 Sports Technology Awards are still currently being confirmed, but will be held on Thursday 6 May, a 4pm, but you can register your interest here on the STA website: https://sportstechgroup.org/awards/sta/
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