The Royal Television Society is the oldest television society in the world. It started life as The Television Society when it was founded by scientists and engineers in 1927, nine years before the first public service broadcast from Alexandra Palace. It gained 'Royal' to its name in 1966 and now has over 4000 members from all fields of the broadcasting industry.

Mission Statement:

The RTS is the leading forum for discussion and debate on all aspects of the television industry. In a fast changing industry, it reflects the full range of perspectives and views. The RTS recognises and rewards exellence, provides unique networking opportunities, and promotes professional development.

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