Whisper has achieved a hat-trick by claiming THREE awards at the inaugural 2021 Broadcast Sport Awards
The award wins included: Best Sport Entertainment Programme, with Today in Tokyo for Channel 4; Best Original Content by a Rights Holder, with Whistle Watch for World Rugby and Sport Production of the Year (Quadrennial), with The Paralympics for Channel 4.
Whisper beat off strong competition in each category, including both The Euros and The Olympics for Best Sports Production.
Sunil Patel, Whisper CEO: “Nominations and awards don’t define us at Whisper, but they are always very gratefully received! To win not one, but three awards, is an incredible feat, and one which wouldn’t be possible if it wasn’t for our brilliant team at Whisper who always pull together to deliver. Thanks also to our colleagues at Channel 4 and World Rugby and to our Partners, Timeline TV – who all help us to Make It Happen! We pride ourselves on delivering entertaining, immersive and bold content and to get this recognition feels very special.”
The 2021 Broadcast Sport Awards were held last night (3 November) at The Grosvenor Hotel on Park Lane.