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Results: RTS Awards 2010

The Royal Television Society awards for Journalism takes place tonight and we’ll hopefully bring you the results thought-out the night.

Presenter of the Year
Julie Etchingham ? ITV News ITN for ITV News

Scoop of the Year
Release of the Lockerbie Bomber ? BBC Scotland

Specialist Journalist
Paul Kenyon ? Panorama – BBC One

Television Journalist of the Year
Alex Crawford ? Sky News

The Independent Award
Mehran Bozorgnia ? Afghan Life Crumbles Despite Foreign Aid Channel 4 News

Young Journalist of the Year
Tamanna Rahman ? Panorama BBC Current Affairs for BBC One

Camera Operator of the Year
Dai Baker ? Channel 4 News ITN for Channel 4 News

Current Affairs – Home
Panorama: What Happened to Baby P? – BBC One

Current Affairs – International
This World: Gypsy Child Thieves – BBC Two

Nations and Regions News Coverage
Meridian Tonight (South) ? Justice for Hannah ITV Meridian

News Channel of the Year
Sky News

News Coverage – Home
G20 Policing ITN for Channel 4 News

News Coverage – International
Pakistan: Terror?s Frontline ? Sky News

News Programme of the Year
BBC News at Ten ? BBC News for BBC One

The Judges? Award
Inside Gaza.

Lifetime Achievement
Peter McHugh. Former Managing Editor of GMTV

Innovative News
Fallen Heroes – Sky News/Skynews.com

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Special thanks to Ed Fraser for Twitting the results.

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2010
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