The 45th Annual Telly Awards Winners Announce will be May 21st, 2024!

The Telly Awards, honoring excellence in video and television across all screens, rounds out it’s 45th season by embracing the ever-growing world of new technologies and storytelling formats that push the boundaries of our industry. This year’s theme “Beyond the Frame” is an exploration of possibility beyond surface-level visuals and traditional techniques that aims to unlock deeper layers of meaning, creativity and innovation within video production. Winners will be announced on Tuesday, May 21st.

Committed to pushing the boundaries of creativity forward, this year’s new categories included topics within Generative AI, Brand Collaboration, and Accessibility. Winning entries this year dive into cutting-edge technologies and storytelling formats, while continuing to center diverse points of view with expanded offerings in Family Parenting, Use of Data Visualization, E-Commerce, Advocacy & Causes, Thought Leadership, Explainers and more.

All work entered in The Telly Awards is reviewed by the Telly Judging Council, our judging body of over 200 executives from television networks, production companies, global agencies, immersive content studios, and streaming platforms around the world. Each year’s Telly Judging Council is more diverse than the last. For 2023, we welcome jurors who work at the forefront of the creator economy, experiential content, and social impact and whose work is engaging with the changing nature of creativity including representatives from Sphere MSG, Whaler, Adobe, Netflix, Thomson Reuters Foundation and Shutterstock.

As we anticipate the newest winning entries, take a look at our Winners Gallery from our 44th season!  Notable entrants such as FORTUNE Brand Studio won in Branded Content – General – CSR for its “Feeding America” piece spotlighting Dollar General’s partnership with Feeding America to support those facing food insecurity. Media.Monks took home honors in Use of Motion Capture for their collaboration with GoNoodle, Verizon 5G and Tua Tagovailoa focused on creating an accessible fitness program for schools. BBC World Service, BBC World News and Mother Jones all took home honors in Video Journalism for their breakout work and commitment to using video to document human stories from across the globe.