ITV News Anglia took the News Programme prize for its special edition on climate change at the RTS East Awards in April.
Accepting the award, head of news Mike Talbot said: “It's been an extraordinary couple of years for regional news and this is a fantastic tribute to the whole team at Anglia.”
BBC Look East’s Nikki Fox was awarded the Journalist prize, while ITV News Anglia reporter Graham Stothard triumphed in the On-screen Personality category.
Norwich-based video production company Eye Film picked up two awards: the Craft Post-production prize went to Our Lives: Life on the High Wire, about the leading tightrope walker Chris Bullzini; and a film highlighting the benefits of recycling, Swap2Save, took the Digital Content award.
Step into the Ring, which looks at three aspiring young wrestlers and their Norfolk-based trainer Zak Knight, was another two-time winner. The four-part BBC East series secured the Factual Programme award and also the Promotional prize for Matt Wildash.
The awards were announced online by ITV Anglia presenter David Whiteley and his wife, BBC Look East and Sunday Politics East host Amelia Reynolds.
In the student categories, Norwich University of the Arts won six of the eight awards on offer. Levelling Up: The OLL Story took home the Factual award, while The Butterfly won in the Short Film category.
The Drama prize was awarded to a team of students from the University of Hertfordshire for the horror film Bury the Hatchet.
RTS East Television Awards winners:
Drama: Bury the Hatchet, Jacob Nico- Katz, Matthew Gowton, Kit Taylor and Jordan Spencer, University of Hertfordshire
Factual Levelling Up: The OLL Story, Luke Syder, Rugile Rozenaite and Sam Lloyd, Norwich University of the Arts
Short Film: The Butterfly, Dhara Wright, Vishal Dhariwal, Kian Bradshaw, Natasha Coleman and Daniel McMahon, Norwich University of the Arts
Craft Skills, Camerawork: Fields of Anfield Road, Nadine Gault, Norwich University of the Arts
Craft Skills, Editing: The Butterfly, Daniel McMahon, Norwich University of the Arts
Craft Skills, Production Design: Bury the Hatchet, Emily Rayner-Airey, University of Hertfordshire
Craft Skills, Writing: Fields of Anfield Road, Ben Sempey, Norwich University of the Arts
Craft Skills, Sound: A-Frayed, Thomas Hallett, Norwich University of the Arts
Factual Programme: Step into the Ring, BBC East for BBC England and BBC Three
News Programme: ITV News Anglia
Broadcast Journalist: Nikki Fox, BBC Look East
On-screen Personality: Graham Stothard, ITV News Anglia
Digital Content: Swap2Save, Eye Film for YouTube
Promotional: Matt Wildash, Step into the Ring, BBC East for BBC England and BBC Three
Craft, Post-production: Our Lives: Life on the High WireEye Film for BBC One East
Craft, Production: Richard Prendergast, SylviaSubMotion Productions