The ITV soap was named 'Best Continuing Drama' at the Manchester event - beating off competition from Hollyoaks and Shameless - and also secured top honours by receiving the prestigious Judges' Award.
According to the Manchester Evening News, a short film celebrating the show's 50th anniversary was shown at the ceremony, before Corrie's creator Tony Warren and longest-serving actor Bill Roache came on stage to collect the Judges' prize.
As he received the gong, Warren said: "This means more to me than any award I've ever stood here with. It's not just because it's been 50 years, it's because it has the words 'North West' on it. I've always liked Manchester and Salford and I hope that's been shown throughout the years."
Meanwhile, Roache added: "It's wonderful on our 50th anniversary to receive this - it shows we're still up there."
Corrie missed out on a third triumph as cast member Helen Worth (Gail McIntyre) lost out to Shameless actor Ciaran Griffiths (Mickey Maguire) in the 'Best Performance In A Continuing Drama' category. Hollyoaks stars Glen Wallace (Malachy Fisher) and Jorgie Porter (Theresa McQueen) had also been nominated for the award.