The nominations for its 2019 Television Journalism Awards, sponsored by GuestBooker, have been announced.
The BBC leads the way with 24 nominations overall across 16 of the 20 categories, followed by Channel 4 with 12 nominations.
The prestigious awards will be presented at a ceremony hosted by celebrated British newsreader and television presenter Mary Nightingale on the 27th February at the London Hilton on Park Lane.
The awards, which span both news and current affairs, seek to recognise creative and excellent journalism by organisations whose broadcasts are transmitted on a UK-based platform or who create online video content from a UK production base.
Sue Inglish, Chair, Television Journalism Awards said: “The Television Journalism Awards celebrate news teams that play a key role in injecting creativity and exceptional research into journalism, and are dedicated to providing the UK with the most important and dramatic stories from across the world."
"The juries praised the range, depth and quality of the journalism and television production skills among this year’s entries and we are very much looking forward to awarding the well-deserved winners on the 27th February.”