“I’m delighted to have been asked back to host the Eutelsat TV Awards for the second year running. It’s an honour to celebrate the people who stand up for quality, creativity and innovation in the international television community,” she said.
Familiar to audiences in the UK, Clemency is passionate about music and the arts, literature, travel, politics and international affairs.
She also finds time to be a novelist and a musician and is a keen observer of media trends in the UK and abroad.
Registration for the Eutelsat TV Awards is open for all channels that are broadcast on any of the Eutelsat satellites.
An international jury of media experts will assign Awards to channels broadcasting through Eutelsat satellites in the following categories: Children’s, Cinema, Culture/Documentaries, Fiction/General Entertainment, Lifestyle, Music, News, Sports, and there will be a special award for Best Programme.
Registration closes on 25 July, and can be done at the special Eutelsat TV Awards website.