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Announcing the RTS Midlands Centre Awards Nominees 2015

Best Promotional Programme

Connected Digital Finance
Maverick Television

NCCC Cricket has landed 2
Affixxius Films
 
The Crocodile Trap
Second Home Studios 
 
Warwick School, Guy Nelson Hall
Orion Productions 
 
Ten Years On
Be Inspired Films 
 
Impero - See The Bigger Picture
XO Digital Ltd with Boxset Media

 

Best Fictional Television Programme

Signals
Quadrant Events

BBC drama tops Yorkshire Awards

Leading indie Red Production Company was the night’s big winner at the Yorkshire Centre Awards, which were held at the Royal Armouries in Leeds towards the end of June.

Red’s hard-hitting police drama Happy Valley picked up a clutch of prizes.

The six-part series, which aired on BBC One last year to critical acclaim and strong audiences, won the awards for Filmed in Yorkshire, Writer (for Sally Wainwright), On-­Screen Performance (Sarah Lancashire) and Drama.

RTS Student Television Awards 2016

The Awards celebrates the work of student television across the UK, attended by key industry figures, students and tutors. Comedian and TV presenter Mark Dolan will present the awards.

The itinerary for the day is as follows:

1.00pm: Registration and Lunch 

2.00pm: RTS Student Television Awards Ceremony

3.30pm – 5.00pm: Drinks Reception

 

To see the nominees for the 2016 Student Television Awards, click here

November awards at the Hilton, Deansgate

The RTS North West Awards 2015 will again be held at the Hilton in Manchester.

The awards will be presented by Liverpool-born actor and presenter Ted Robbins.

The night is planned to start with a drinks reception at 6.15pm; then dinner will be served at 7pm and finally the awards ceremony will start at 9pm.

 

If you would like to book a table, please email events manager Rachel Pinkney under rachelpinkney@yahoo.co.uk.

 

Channel 4 is victorious at the Broadcast Digital Awards

The awards were hosted by comedian Josh Widdicombe at The Brewery in East London. 

E4, which plays hosts to TV favourites Big Bang Theory and Made in Chelsea, beat off competition from CBBC, BBC and Sky Atlantic to win Best Entertainment Channel.

Soap Hollyoaks secured the Best Social Media and Digital Marketing campaign for its use of Snapchat in the ‘Who Killed Fraser?’ storyline.

Vice News gained the accolade for Best Original Channel while BBC Three drama Murdered By My Boyfriend won Best Scripted Programme.