London Tonight has won a Creative Diversity Network award for coverage on young homeless people in London.
The news programme's report London's Young Homeless won the prize after being shortlisted for this year's Best News Coverage at the CDN awards.
The film was made for London Tonight by a young woman called Sophia Kichou, who filmed her own short documentary on homelessness in the capital with her ITN mentor Nicolette Amette.
Sophia's report challenged the stereotypes of youth homelessness. She made it for the ITV News and Media Trust Breaking Into News competition - which she won.
You can see Sophia's award-winning work below:
This year's Creative Diversity Network awards took take place on Thursday 15th November at the Hackney Empire.
The awards celebrate content that embraces onscreen diversity, outstanding breakthrough individual talent as well as off-air and behind the scenes activity across the broadcasting industry.
ITV Regional News teams lead the way this year for nominations in this year's Best News Coverage category with Channel 4, Sky, independent production companies and the BBC also well represented across the different categories for these cross broadcast industry awards.
The Creative Diversity Network (CDN) is a partnership of broadcasters, independent production companies and media organisations working collaboratively to support diversity across the industry.
Watch interviews with Sophia Kichou, Robin Elias and Maddie Dinwoodie at Media Trust:
Robin Elias, Sophia Kichou, Nicolette Amette