The RTS Television Journalism Awards 2024 celebrate the creativity and excellence in journalism for both news and current affairs.
The awards, in partnership with Wolftech and Dataminr, ceremony will take place on 28th February 2024 at the London Hilton on Park Lane.
For 2024, Adrian Wells, Managing Director of ENEX, will Chair the RTS Television Journalism Awards for the first time. Additionally, the RTS has appointed two new jury Chairs: David Holdsworth, the former Controller of BBC English Regions, and Vikki Cook, Director, Content Media Policy at Ofcom.
For the next edition of the awards, the Young Talent of the Year category has been renamed to Emerging Talent of the Year category has been renamed to Emerging Talent of the Year.
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Vetted by journalists, Dataminr is a trusted partner in the news gathering and verification process. Dataminr for News provides real-time alerts on unfolding incidents across the globe, keeping journalists in over 1,500 newsrooms ahead of fast-moving situations, so they can mobilise to source stories and report with speed and rich context.
To learn more, visit dataminr.com/news.