Sky Post Production’s Tatjana Radivoj has been named RTS Young Technologist of the Year, winning an all-expenses-paid trip to the International Broadcasting Convention in Amsterdam this month
The audio mix technician has multiple credits across the TV genres, including Landscape Artist of the Year and Rosie Molloy Gives Up Everything.
Digital media consultant Terry Marsh, who chaired the RTS Young Technologist of the Year Award Jury, said: “Tatjana’s rapid rise at Sky since joining the company less than two years ago is hugely inspiring. She has demonstrated an excellent grasp of both the production requirements and the technology involved, while also devising improvements to the technology.”
Radivoj said: “It is an exciting time in audio post-production; I look forward to… contributing to the future of technology in TV.”
Rebecca Scott, a vision mixer at Sky Production Services, was the runner-up and received the Coffey Award for Excellence in Technology. She was part of the team that kept Sky’s channels on air during the pandemic by using Cloud-based virtual galleries to enable broadcasts from home.
The RTS Young Technologist Award was established by the Society with funds from the family of broadcasting engineer AM Beresford-Cooke.