We have been overwhelmed by the response to our inaugural Women in Channel Awards, with 385 nominations received by the deadline.
Each nominee will now be invited to fill out a quick questionnaire telling us a little bit more about their role.
This is the final step before our panel of judges meet, in August, to discuss the shortlists for each entry (note that for obvious reasons our judges will not judge any categories that feature either them, their colleagues, or their organisations).
The questionnaires will also give nominees a chance to say a few words to inspire the next generation of women in the channel.
An email will be sent to all nominees this afternoon letting them know which categories they have been nominated in and which questionnaire - or questionnaires - they need to answer.
It promises to be a fantastic evening on 18 October.
If you have any questions on the process, please email [email protected]
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