Credit Photo above Harrison Reid / Credit photo of RTS Scotland Award winner Paul Reich
Chaired by Jane Muirhead, Managing Director of Raise The Roof Productions and hosted by STV presenter Jennifer Reoch and stand-up comedian Des Clarke, this years awards will take place at 18:00 on Wednesday 9th May at the Old Fruit Market in Glasgow.
Chaired by Jane Muirhead (Managing Director of Raise The Roof Productions), the awards cover all forms of production in Scotland, recognising excellence and innovation across a range of genres and crafts.
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT
Join the Royal Television Society Scotland to celebrate the quality and depth of our television talent at our annual awards ceremony. The 2018 event takes place in the nostalgic location of Glasgow’s Old Fruitmarket and is hosted by presenters Jennifer Reoch and Des Clarke.
6.00 pm - Arrival for welcome drinks reception
RTS Scotland and City of Glasgow College were thrilled to present a masterclass by award-winning fight and stunt director David Goodall at the end of February.
Alistair Scott, director of Screen Academy Scotland and a professor at Edinburgh Napier University, hosted the event in the industry standard TV studio in the new City Campus. The event drew an enthusiastic audience of 50 keen students and industry professionals.
On the last evening in January, nominees, lecturers and various professionals from across the industry met in Cottiers theatre in Glasgow's West End to celebrate Scotland’s burgeoning talent and congratulate the winners of the 2018 RTS Scotland Student Television Awards.
The ceremony was hosted by Glasgow’s very own queen of comedy Karen Dunbar, who kept the crowd roaring with laughter from beginning to end - pausing only to applaud each of the winners and nominees for their outstanding entries.
RTS Scotland welcomes you to join us in celebrating the finest student television in Scotland across genres of animation, factual, comedy & entertainment, short feature and drama, with students from Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, University of Stirling, Fife College, North East Scotland College, Glasgow Clyde College, Edinburgh Napier University, Glasgow Caledonian University and The University of the West of Scotland.
This year will mark the fifth anniversary of our awards, and we are very pleased to be celebrating the best from a year in television and congratulating Scotland's burgeoning talent. Our entry numbers have increased and so has the number of awards we present; the awards ceremony has now become a popular industry event and is well established in the television calendar.
The closing date for entries is Friday 20th October 2017.
RTS Scotland launched the Student Television Awards for their twenty-third year in early October. Lecturers and their students from across Scotland were invited to learn more about these prestigious awards and how to enter, as well as to listen to speakers from the industry share their insight and experience.