ITV News wins four coveted Royal Television Society awards

ITV News' Lucy Manning and Ed Campbell accepted awards for coverage of the Woolwich Attack. Credit: ITV News

ITV News landed four highly coveted gongs at the Royal Television Awards including best scoop and best coverage of the Woolwich Attack.

ITV News' Mark Austin won Presenter of the Year, while former Editor of ITV News Editor, now President of NBC News Deborah Turness, won the Judges' Award.


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#RTSTVJ the RTS National Presenter of the Year 2012/2013 Mark Austin - ITV News at Ten @itn for @itvnews @markaustinitv

The awards, for news and current affairs, recognise creative and excellent journalism by organisations whose broadcasts are received in the UK and by the agencies which supply UK news broadcasters.

The RTS Television Journalism Awards was chaired by Richard Sambrook, director of the Centre for Journalism at Cardiff University and a former director of Global News at the BBC. The winners were announced at a ceremony, hosted by Sian Williams, last night at the London Hilton, Park Lane.