RTS Thames Valley held its inaugural awards at a ceremony in late November, announcing winners in four technology and business categories.
Online publishing platform The Broadcast Bridge won the Corporate Website award, with the judges acknowledging its outstanding contribution to the broadcast industry by generating more than 300 pages of specialised technical content every month. The runners up in this category were The Broadcast Knowledge and Boxer Systems.
The Community Improvement Business prize was awarded to Manor Marketing in recognition of Managing Director Jennie Marwick-Evans’ fundraising and marketing contribution to local mental health charities, especially those with a focus on young people. The runners up were Cosmos Technology and IPE.
Sky design engineer Carys Hughes picked up the Young Technologist award, impressing the judges with her passion for broadcast technology and respect for scientific methods. The runners up were Joe Withers of Emotion Systems and Glenn Shadbolt of Pixel Power.
The Broadcast Hero award was made to Pixel Power graphics designer Charlie Cooke, who impressed the judges with his outstanding commitment to customer satisfaction and creative design. The runners up were Stewart Dalton and Vijay Forrester of Mirriad Advertising, Lyndsay Duthie of Ice Blue Media and Reuben Such of IPE.
The awards were presented at the RTS centre’s winter ball, which was held at the De Vere Wokefield Estate hotel, Reading.
All photography by Matt Robbins