The RTS regards the safety of everyone as its biggest priority.
In light of the rapidly evolving situation with the COVID-19they have taken the decision that the live streamed RTS Programme Awards 2020, hosted by Paul Merton, will responsibly and respectfully crown the winners in absentia.
They are doing this with the kind and continued support of the sponsors, Audio Network.
While taking a safety first approach to the event, they would still like to recognise and congratulate the excellent work of so many over the last year, and also wish the community the absolute best in this challenging period ahead of us all.
With this in mind, we would still like to invite you to join us to watch the live streamed ceremony. Click on the link here.
The Royal Television Society is a British-based educational charity for the discussion, and analysis of television in all its forms, past, present and future. It is the oldest television society in the world. It currently has thirteen regional and national centres in the UK, as well as a branch in the Republic of Ireland.
The society regularly holds meetings and seminars, attended by members of the public and professionals from various areas of the television industry, and it also publishes the monthly magazine Television, covering a broad range of television topics.
Major events held by the RTS include the biennial RTS Cambridge Convention, a three-day event held at King’s College, Cambridge. The convention, chaired by one of the UK’s major broadcasters, brings together influential figures from the television industry for a series of stimulating talks.
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