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RTS North West winners announced

On November 20 the Royal Television Society handed out awards to the winners of its 2010 awards in the North West. Some of the non-fiction winners of the RTS North West Awards include Dragon's Den for both best factual entertainment program, which was picked up by BBC Entertainment Production North, and the award for innovation in multiplatform, which was picked up by BBC Multiplatform. The award for best single documentary went to Nine Lives Media's Small Teen: Big World and best factual series went to Behind the Scenes at the Museum from Platform Productions. Best entertainment program went to ITV Granada for You've Been Framed. Alex Connock, chairman of the RTS North West Centre, said in a statement: 'I wish to congratulate all the winners at this year's RTS North West Awards. Meanwhile next year will be a transformational one for us, with some 1,500 new TV jobs in the region through the BBC's move to Media City. So we are hoping to make next year's awards something bigger entirely.'
November 22, 2010

On November 20 the Royal Television Society handed out awards to the winners of its 2010 awards in the North West. Some of the non-fiction winners of the RTS North West Awards include Dragon’s Den for both best factual entertainment program, which was picked up by BBC Entertainment Production North, and the award for innovation in multiplatform, which was picked up by BBC Multiplatform. The award for best single documentary went to Nine Lives Media’s Small Teen: Big World and best factual series went to Behind the Scenes at the Museum from Platform Productions. Best entertainment program went to ITV Granada for You’ve Been Framed. Alex Connock, chairman of the RTS North West Centre, said in a statement: ‘I wish to congratulate all the winners at this year’s RTS North West Awards. Meanwhile next year will be a transformational one for us, with some 1,500 new TV jobs in the region through the BBC’s move to Media City. So we are hoping to make next year’s awards something bigger entirely.’

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Senior staff writer Frederick Blichert comes to realscreen with a background as a journalist and freelance film critic. He has previously written for VICE, Paste Magazine, Senses of Cinema, Xtra, Canadian Cinematographer and elsewhere. He holds a Master of Arts in film studies from Carleton University and a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia.

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