This year's RTS London Student Awards Ceremony will be hosted by Ore Oduba, the rising star of sports broadcasting and a regular face on the UK’s leading morning news programme, BBC Breakfast,
Tickets are available for the nominees and their university staff, with 20 available on ballot for members to attend and network with the next generation of TV creatives.
RTS Futures turned the spotlight on TV’s diversity – or lack of it – at its final event of the year where a panel of young Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) talent revealed their struggles and triumphs in the industry.
The panel was drawn from Broadcast’s 26 BAME Hot Shots of 2015, which the magazine announced in August.
Booking for the RTS Programme Awards 2016 in Partnership with Audio Network is now open.
Broadcaster Richard Madeley will host the ceremony which takes place at the Grosvenor House Hotel on Tuesday 22 March.
Nominees for 2016 were announced on Thursday 3 March.
The 2016 Awards will be presented at the London Hilton, Park Lane on 17 February by 5 News Tonight presenter Matt Barbet.
The awards for news and current affairs recognise excellent journalism by UK news organisations. This years' categories include News Channel, Scoop and Journalist of the Year.
Comedian Susan Calman hosted the awards at a ceremony at the Hilton Park Lane, London tonight (30 November).
This year saw the launch of a new Director’s category. The award for Director – Fiction went to Julian Farino for Marvellous (BBC Two), while Colette Camden picked up the award for Director – Non Fiction for What Do Artists Do All Day? Sue Webster (BBC Four).
For a full list of winners click here.
No one could accuse Coronation Street of taking it easy, even though this would be understandable for a middle-aged British telly institution. Over the last couple of years the ITV soap has given viewers multiple murders, deaths and suicides; explosions and a minibus crash; a pre-teen pregnancy; and even a gay vicar.
Audiences have been lapping up the drama, which regularly attracts more than 7 million viewers. Corrie remains the nation’s favourite soap.
If you have experienced the elation and the frustration of working for Auntie, you’ll recognise the horribly accurate portrayal in the BBC2 sitcom W1A. Jon Plowman, Exec Producer, and John Morton, Writer/Director, (the team that previously produced the hit 2012 on the Olympics) will answer your questions about how they came up with the idea, how they make it and the reaction of the television community.
Sky's Managing Director of Content Gary Davey will be in conversation with Managing Director of Sugar Films, Pat Younge.
For the last year Gary Davey has been responsible for Sky’s entertainment, movies and news channels in the UK – as well as overseeing the entire entertainment offering of Sky Deutschland.
Gary’s long career in pay TV has seen him occupy senior roles in Italy, Hong Kong and the USA – as well as a previous stint at Sky.
The TV industry is facing the greatest paradox in its long history. The quality of its craft and the demand for its product have never been higher. At the same time, its future commercial viability is very uncertain.
Digital has fundamentally and irrevocably altered television’s business model. Not only are viewers watching more content than ever on digital devices, they’re doing so across a wider range of platforms and in many different ways.