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Very chuffed to hear our team has won three four Lovie Awards 2014: two for Downton Abbey‘s social media, one for our Sherlock: The Network app, produced with Hartswood Films, and one for Unreported World Shorts with Channel 4.

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Downton Abbey – Bronze Lovie Award Winner 2014

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Sherlock: The Network and Unreported World | Shorts – Silver Lovie Award Winners 2014

Downton Abbey won the Bronze Lovie Awards in two categories: Social: Overall Social Presence and Social: Entertainment.

Sherlock: The Network won the Silver Lovie Award in the Mobile Handheld: News & Entertainment category.

Unreported World won the Silver Lovie Award in the Internet Video: Documentary category.

Well played Rebecca Winch, Lauren Fenner, Sarah Howell, Rob Barnes, Sandra Lehner, Chike NewmanAz Newman, and the whole team at The Project Factory, not to mention our wonderful partners, in all the dedicated work bringing these top notch storytelling projects to life.