Sean Cunningham, Paul Kavanagh, Padraic Byrne, Nicole Storck and team from the Irish School of Animation, Ballyfermot College of Further Education took the Animation award with an irreverent film about religion, Define Intervention. “The original scripting and placing of witty set pieces immediately conveyed a well-crafted animation with great attention to detail and unique comedy,” said the jury.
CNN International, Sky News and BBC News are in the mix to fight it out to be named News Channel of the Year, whilst Murder of Jo Cox (ITV), the Brussels Terror Attack (Sky News) and Battle for Mosul - 48 Hours (CNN International) will battle it out for the Breaking News Award.
Victoria Derbyshire has already secured a nomination for Daily News Programme, but she is also up for Network Presenter of the Year, which is the second year in a row that she's been nominated.
The Awards, hosted by QI's Sandi Toksvig, recognise quality work behind the camera, from costumes and make up, to lighting and multicamera work.
Few recent TV dramas have brightened up our screens as much as The Night Manager. One critic described the six-part adaptation of John le Carré’s 1993 novel as “the BBC’s glossiest, smartest, most indecently entertaining Sunday-night drama in ages”. Who could possibly disagree?
It’s a rare that two thoroughgoing BBC men are seen smiling, let alone laughing, inside the precincts of the House of Commons. When senior BBC people visit Parliament, they are invariably greeted by sceptical MPs, keen to give them a rough time.
The atmosphere could not have been more different when, last month, the RTS invited Andrew Marr and Sir David Attenborough to hold a conversation at the Commons.
Held at the Institute of Engineering and Technology, the annual RTS Patrons' Dinner drew figures from across the television world to celebrate the work of the RTS.
The event followed a successful day of student masterclasses in programme-making, attended by students from across the country.
Tom is the CEO of Virgin Media and a member of the Executive Leadership Team of parent company Liberty Global, the world’s largest international TV and broadband company. Tom joined Liberty Global in June 2013 following the acquisition of Virgin Media. During the previous two decades he worked for News Corporation in a variety of senior roles across the world. He started his career as a newspaper journalist in his native New Zealand, then in Australia, before becoming an adviser and spokesperson for the Federal Treasurer, the Honourable Paul Keating.
Presented by ITV News Central's Sameena Ali Khan, the awards celebrate achievements in television, digital and broadcast production in the region.
We’ll be celebrating our new Centre in Norwich on November 30th amongst exhibits created by some of the UK’s most imaginative artists. Investigate an origami city over-laid with ever-changing sound and light, be transported into the world of virtual reality while controlling a skeleton avatar and have your face transformed into the winged creatures that inhabit the exhibition.