ITV News’ Julie Etchingham has been named Presenter of the Year at the RTS Television Journalism Awards. Julie pipped Channel 4’s Matt Frei and BBC Two’s Victoria Derbyshire at the awards ceremony at the Hilton Park Lane in London. She was awarded for her work on ITV News At Ten, the Tonight Programme and also on the ITV Leaders’ Debate in the run up to last year’s General Election. Accepting her award, Julie, who was born in Leicester, said: “Gosh it’s almost as good as Leicester City (top of league) – and about as likely. “Thank you very much indeed judges for this amazing award. It’s extraordinary really, I’m in a bit of shock.”

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