Current Affairs – Home and Current Affairs – International
Channel 4’s Dispatches has won the Current Affairs – Home RTS award for ‘The Hunt for Britain’s Sex Gangs’ from True Vision.
Panorama’s ‘Broken’ and ‘Hillsborough: How They Buried The Truth’ were also nominated for the award.
Dispatches also picks up the Current Affairs – International award for ‘Syria: Across the Lines’
Lifetime Achievement Award And the final award of the night goes to BBC investigative reporter Peter Taylor, who is awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Judges’ Award The Judges’ Award for 2012/2013 goes to former ITV News Editor Deborah Turness. Deborah is currently working in America as President of NBC News. The #RTSJournalismAwards winners @markaustinitv @deborahturness #RTSTVJ pic.twitter.com/TYgXL8Ch9f — Richard Frediani (@BBCFrediani) February 19,…
Journalist of the Year The BBC’s Jeremy Bowen has been named Journalist of the Year 2012/2013 at the RTS awards tonight! He was up against ITV News’ Bill Neely and Mark Stone of Sky News. Behind every great man….producer of…