This prestigious event is an annual recognition of the finest student television production in Scotland, from students from studying across Scotland.
We will be presenting awards for animation, factual, comedy & entertainment, short feature and drama. In addition, there will be five craft categories, production design, sound, editing and camera and writing.
The nominees were announced at the RTS North West 2019 launch party sponsored by Audio Network.
Take a look below and see if you are one of the lucky four! You can also click here to see a full list of the nominees.
Don't forget to save the date and get tickets for the awards in November now by contacting Rachel Pinkney.
Interested in entering your production into the RTS Scotland Awards 2020? Whether you have previously entered or are thinking about doing so for the first time, please join us for a drink and an opportunity to hear more about the criteria, entry process, deadlines and when the ceremony will take place. Hear from past winners and make sure you find the best category to match your production or craft.
There will be food and drink, so a great night to gather with industry colleagues. We look forward to welcoming you.
18.00 - 20.00
Cosgrove, who led the Scotland team that campaigned successfully to bring one of the Channel 4 hubs to Glasgow, is the latest recipient of the prestigious RTS Scotland Award.
The inaugural Writer award went to Lorna Martin, who adapted her best-selling book, Woman on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, for television. Women on the Verge, a Merman/House Productions series, aired on UKTV channel W and RTÉ2.
The BBC’s regional producer dominated the news and current affairs categories, with Inside Out winning the News or Current Affairs Story category for its investigation into faulty Ford cars.
The awards are set to take place on Monday 25th November at the London Hilton on Park Lane.
The RTS Craft & Design Awards celebrate excellence in broadcast television and aim to recognise the huge variety of skills and processes involved in programme production. Entries are now open across 30 categories ranging from Make Up Design: Drama to Director: Multicamera, with the RTS Special Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award being given at the discretion of the RTS.
Across six categories, 23 universities have received nominations having won at their respective regional RTS Student Awards earlier this year.
Now in its 24th year, the prestigious awards will be presented at a ceremony hosted by Radio 1 presenters Matt Edmondson and Mollie King on Friday 28th of June at the BFI Southbank. The RTS Student Awards celebrates the best audiovisual work created by students with an undergraduate and postgraduate winner both awarded in each category across Animation, Comedy & Entertainment, Drama, Factual, News and Short Form.
The Royal Television Society’s Scotland Centre, honored the winners of its 2019 Student Awards, sponsored by STV, at a glittering ceremony held at The Argyle Street Arches, Glasgow. The event was hosted by STV News entertainment reporter Laura Boyd and comedic double act Link & Lorne. As part of a new partnership we are delighted to have STV support the Scotland Student Awards by filming the event to broadcast edited highlights on the STV Player after the event.
At a ceremony hosted by BBC South Today presenter Laura Trant and ITV News Meridian anchor Fred Dinenage, 225 guests watched BBC South win the Special Event Coverage award for its World War One programme, while reporter Nikki Mitchell was named best Regional TV Journalist. The Inside Out team took the Single Factual/Documentary award for its hugely enjoyable The Isle of Wight Festival at 50.