The RTS Television Journalism Awards seek to recognise creative and excellent journalism in news and current affairs by organisations whose broadcasts are transmitted on a UK-based platform, or who create online video content from a UK production base. The awards are chaired by Sue Inglish.
This year's Craft & Design Awards will be hosted by comedian and Love Island presenter Iain Stirling.
The awards celebrate the huge variety of skills involved in programme production, from directing to make up design.
Please click here to view the list of nominations.
To book you place at the award ceremony, please click here to download the booking form.
The awards recognise the best audiovisual work created by students at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Schedule for Friday 16 June:
1:00pm – Awards Registration and buffet lunch available
2.00pm – RTS Student Television Awards Ceremony starts
3.30pm – Awards Ceremony ends
3.30pm – 5.00pm - Drinks Reception
Please email Jamie O'Neill (firstname.lastname@example.org) to book your spaces at these Awards.
The awards recognise creative and excellent journalism for both news and current affairs.
The awards, which are given out in a glittering ceremony at the London Hilton on Park Lane, include categories for Television Journalist of the Year, Scoop of the Year, Network Presenter and Young Talent.
Booking is now open for the black tie ceremony, which includes a three course meal ahead of the presentation.
The RTS Craft & Design Awards for 2014-2015 will be presented by comedian Susan Calman at the Hilton, Park Lane.
The presentation will be preceded by a three-course black tie dinner.
On the last evening in January, nominees, lecturers and various professionals from across the industry met in Cottiers theatre in Glasgow's West End to celebrate Scotland’s burgeoning talent and congratulate the winners of the 2018 RTS Scotland Student Television Awards.
The ceremony was hosted by Glasgow’s very own queen of comedy Karen Dunbar, who kept the crowd roaring with laughter from beginning to end - pausing only to applaud each of the winners and nominees for their outstanding entries.
The drama about the murder of 11 year-old Rhys Jones in Liverpool in 2007 was named the region’s Best Drama, Jeff Pope was awarded the Best Script Writer award and Sinead Keenan won the prize for Best Performance in a drama.
More than 450 industry professionals and guests attended the awards ceremony, which was held at the Hilton Deansgate in Manchester and hosted by Robert Rinder from ITV court show, Judge Rinder.
The awards recognise the huge variety of skills involved in programme production from editing to lighting, and costume design to digital effects.
BBC dramas lead the way in nominations. Taboo, which stars Tom Hardy is up for six awards, whilst Broken and Three Girls received four nominations each.
Three Girls director Philippa Lowthorpe received a nomination in the Director - Drama category alongside Euros Lyn for Damilola, Our Loved Boy and Julian Jarrold for The Witnesses for the Prosecution, all for BBC One.