About Royal Television Society (Thames Valley Creative Technology Centre)  
RTS(TVC) is the regional centre for the Thames Valley areas of the Royal Television Society. Co-ordinated by a group of dedicated volunteers, the RTS(TVC) organise talks and events to progress understanding and encourage collaboration in the media industry.   

Reading, Berkshire, UK, 24 November 2021: The Royal Television Society Thames Valley (RTS TVC) Creative Technology Centre today announced that entries for their 2022 Awards are now open. The deadline for submission is 14 January 2022, and the awards will be presented on 16 March 2022.  Tim Marshall OBE, Chair, RTS TVC said, “These awards have always been about people, which are the beating heart of great television. Our industry has shown enormous resilience during a challenging time, continuing to innovate with passion. We are delighted to open nominations and once again celebrate the wealth of talent in the broadcast sector. The awards ceremony will be an incredible opportunity for leading innovators to meet and re-connect, as well as a chance to recognise those who are driving broadcasting through its next evolution.”  The RTS TVC Creative Technology Awards 2022 is welcoming entries across the following categories:  Production Award (Individual Award)  Creative Technology Award (Individual Award)  Student Technology Award (Individual Award)  Innovation Award (Organisation/Company Award)  Unsung Hero Award (Individual Award)  In addition, there will also be a Special Recognition Award (Individual/Team Award) which will be awarded by the RTS TVC Committee and announced on the night.  Deadline for submission – 14 January 2022 
Shortlist announcement – 14 February 2022 
Winners announced at Thames Valley RTS Awards Ceremony – 16 March 2022  For more information on each award and to submit your nominations please visit the website: https://rts.org.uk/award/rts-tv-creative-technology-s-awards      

About Royal Television Society (Thames Valley Creative Technology Centre)  
RTS(TVC) is the regional centre for the Thames Valley areas of the Royal Television Society. Co-ordinated by a group of dedicated volunteers, the RTS(TVC) organise talks and events to progress understanding and encourage collaboration in the media industry.   

The mission statement is – “Thames Valley Centre aims to provide; Knowledge sharing for those pursuing and advancing careers in media and entertainment technologies. Bridging the disparity of understanding between technical subjects and real-world application through discussion forums, networking and industry expert talks. And the Thames Valley Centre is committed to simplifying technology and improving accessibility for all.”  

The mission statement is – “Thames Valley Centre aims to provide; Knowledge sharing for those pursuing and advancing careers in media and entertainment technologies. Bridging the disparity of understanding between technical subjects and real-world application through discussion forums, networking and industry expert talks. And the Thames Valley Centre is committed to simplifying technology and improving accessibility for all.”  

About The Royal Television Society:
From glamorous award ceremonies to lively debates, the RTS embraces all aspects of television, and is open to anyone with an interest in the medium.
As an educational charity, we encourage and celebrate work in television and its related fields, from finding out how the nation’s favourite shows are made in our Anatomy of a Hit series, to celebrating burgeoning talent at our annual Student Awards.
The industry’s most talented individuals give us an insight into the work that goes into making cutting edge contemporary TV. From Government ministers and CEOs to workshops with great runners, our events look at every part of the business.  
Our annual Television Journalism, Programme, Craft and Design, and Student Awards celebrate achievements across the broadcasting industry.  
Each year, we offer Television Production and Technology bursaries to help those from less affluent backgrounds get a foothold in the industry, and Masterclass sessions bring together students, academics and industry heads.
Global television leaders gather to discuss what the future holds for television at our London Conference or the RTS Cambridge Convention.
Alongside our engaged community of over 4,000 full members, the Society is supported by Britain and the world’s biggest broadcasters, producers and consultants, including Principal Patrons BBC, Channel 4, ITV and Sky.
Originally founded as the Television Society in 1927, the Society was granted its Royal title in 1966 and HRH The Prince of Wales became Patron of the RTS in 1997.
Today, 15 regional and national groups curate lively events and awards around the UK and Ireland, from Glasgow to Galway.  
RTS Futures, which is aimed at those in their first two years of employment, organises an exciting roster of discussion, training and social occasions. Recent events have included workshops on learning how to format shows and how to survive as a freelancer, and expert panels explaining how to be the best researcher and how to make it on-screen.

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