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RTS Awards – The Results

The Royal Television Society Journalism awards are taking place tonight and the TV Newsroom will bring the results as they come in.

The results are expected from around 9:30pm.

The winners:

Lifetime Achievement

David Dimbleby

Judges’ Award

BBC, ITV and Sky News for The Leaders’ Debates

Television Journalist of the Year

Alex Crawford – Sky News

Specialist Journalist

Gary Gibbon – Channel 4 News ITN for Channel 4 News

News Channel of the Year

Sky News

News Programme of the Year

ITV News At Ten ITN for ITV News

Camera Operator of the Year

Raul Gallego Abellan – Associated Press Television News

The Independent Award

Baby Landina – Inigo Gilmore Channel 4 News

Innovative News

World Cup Twitter Buzz Data Visualisation CNN International

Presenter of the Year

Jon Snow – Channel 4 News

Scoop of the Year

Spotlight: The Iris Robinson Investigation BBC Northern Ireland

News Coverage – International

Haiti Earthquake ITN for ITV News

Current Affairs – International

This World: The Wounded Platoon Mongoose Pictures – BBC Two

Current Affairs – Home

Panorama: Kids in Care Films of Record/BBC Current Affairs for BBC One

News Coverage – Home

Student Protest – Sky News

Nations and Regions Current Affairs and News Event

Spotlight: The Iris Robinson Investigation BBC Northern Ireland

Nations and Regions News Programme

The Cumbria Shootings – Day 1 ITV Border

Young Journalist of the Year

Rohit Kachroo – ITV News ITN for ITV News

Updated: Wednesday 23 February 2011
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