Interested parties have until July 3 to enter into the running for an award at the event, which is entering its third year with the biggest programme yet.
New award categories include Best New Venture, The YouTube Award, Entertainment Format of the Year, Factual TV Project of the Year, Standout Kids TV Service and Distribution Executive of the Year.
For the first time, there is also a Lifetime Achievement Award, which will go to someone with the TV industry who has made a significant, long-term contribution to the wider business.
This award will be free to enter, along with the Distribution Executive of the Year category.
Returning categories include Channel of the Year, Best Series Launch of the Year, Breakout International Drama and Best Content Distributor.
The prizes will be given at a glamorous dinner event at the Carlton Hotel in Cannes, France on Sunday, October 15.
Previous prize winners include the likes of ITV Studios Global Entertainment, Banijay Rights, Content Media Corp. and Fox UK.
Enter 2017’s Content Innovation Awards here.
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26 April 2018 @ 12:15:00 UTC