The Republic of Ireland Centre celebrates television, organising a range of events and awards throughout the year. A highlight is the awards ceremony for student productions in the categories of Drama, Short Form, Comedy, Animation and Factual, and in addition in 2020 craft skills have been awarded. For further information go to the Awards section for the Republic of Ireland RTS.
Events cover a wide range of television broadcasting areas, from engineering, programming and production to the political issues affecting television in all its aspects.
The ROI Centre organises the RTS Student Television Awards each year in the categories of: Animation, Comedy & Entertainment, Drama, Factual and Short Form. The award recipients of each category go forward for judging in the finals in London in June and in 2020 the RoI students won four awards in the categories of Drama, Writing, Camerawork and Sound. (See AWARDS page for full information).
Closing date for submitting entries for the Student Television Awards 2020 is now over on https://rts.org.uk/award/student-television-awards-2020
The Republic of Ireland Centre was launched 24 years ago, and is particularly interested to welcome new members - especially students and those working in the media. Membership details are on the Main RTS website and note that free membership is available to students and reduced rates are available for industry people under 30 and reductions for retired staff from the television and associated industries.
If you would like to learn more about the Republic of Ireland Centre or if you're interested in becoming a member, please communicate in the first instance with one of the following:
The Republic of Ireland Centre Committee : (updated February 2020)
Chair: Agnes Cogan email@example.com
Deputy Chair: Niall Cogley
Hon.Secretary: Stella Downey Stella.firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Charles Byrne email@example.com
Committee: Larry Bass, Mark Carpenter, Helen Doherty, Alan Esslemont, Adrian Lynch, Peter McEvoy, Aidan Maguire, Bill Malone, Sue Murray, Noel Smyth, Aoife Stokes,