Stuart Ramsay wins Network Television Journalist of the Year and Sky News win News Provider of the Year at the RTS Television Journalism Awards

Thursday 2 March 2023

Stuart Ramsay won Network Television Journalist of the year alongside Sky News winning the coveted News Channel of the Year award for a sixth consecutive year at last night’s 2023 Royal Television Society Television Journalism Awards.

The organisation, praised for its Ukraine coverage, also won the RTS Special Award in partnership with the BBC, ITN and PA, recognising an outstanding contribution to the advancement of video journalism during the awards year for the ‘Cameras in Courts’ campaign which secured access to the Crown Courts for the first time last year.

John Ryley, Head of Sky News, said: “In these uncertain times it has never been more important to champion fact-led, impartial reporting, and we’re proud that Sky News has been recognised for this by winning News Channel of the Year for a phenomenal sixth year in a row.”

Sky News winners:

Network Television Journalist of the Year

WINNER: Stuart Ramsay – Sky News

“The winning journalist is a correspondent whose portfolio was described by the judges as simply chilling: a visual storyteller whose professionalism shines through in all his work.His standout report was a graphic and terrifying illustration of what it’s like to be a civilian in Ukraine – a remarkable account of what happened when his team’s car was shot up by Russian forces.”

News Channel of the Year

WINNER: Sky News

“The judges agreed the winning entry was simply outstanding – with an impressive range of coverage, strong presentation, creative production and showed a commitment to reporting the issues that matter most to the audience beyond daily events.”

RTS Special Award

WINNER: Cameras in Court campaign - Sky News, BBC, PA, ITN