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Royal Television Society opens entries for craft & design awards

The UK's Royal Television Society (RTS) has launched the Craft and Design Awards 2008/2009 and is currently calling for entries. The awards recognize talent in the categories which include effects, lighting, sound, tape and film editing, production design and music. This year's awards will be chaired by Paul Jackson, former ITV director of entertainment and comedy and current CEO of Eyeworks. Entries must have first been transmitted in the UK between September 1 2008 and August 31 2009. The fee per entry is £109.25 and the closing date is September 1 2009. For more information on the awards and submissions visit the awards' http://www.rts.org.uk/Info_page_two_pic_2_det.asp?art_id=6954&sec_id=3471'>website.
August 13, 2009

The UK’s Royal Television Society (RTS) has launched the Craft and Design Awards 2008/2009 and is currently calling for entries. The awards recognize talent in the categories which include effects, lighting, sound, tape and film editing, production design and music. This year’s awards will be chaired by Paul Jackson, former ITV director of entertainment and comedy and current CEO of Eyeworks. Entries must have first been transmitted in the UK between September 1 2008 and August 31 2009. The fee per entry is £109.25 and the closing date is September 1 2009. For more information on the awards and submissions visit the awards’ website.

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