We’ll be honouring the best in television and online entertainment at a glittering ceremony at Axica in Berlin on Thursday 13 September and we want YOU to be a part of it.
You can submit your entries from 1 March in 10 different categories which celebrate the best drama, sitcoms, reality, variety and game shows.
Unlike other awards, those shortlisted in each category will be invited to discuss their work and share their experiences with others in the industry ahead of the ceremony.
Following in the footsteps of last year’s recipient Angela Lansbury, a Lifetime Achievement award will be given out in Berlin to celebrate one person’s immense contribution to the world of entertainment.
We’ll also be honouring the Entertainer of The Year, an individual who has made their mark on audiences over the past 12 months.
“In 2017 we saw winners from 7 different countries collect a Rose d’Or. This year we once again invite the best global talent to submit their work so we can truly toast the best in international entertainment,” said EBU Head of Television Jeroen Depraetere.
“For nearly 60 years the Rose d’Or Awards have celebrated the gold standard in global entertainment and have always adapted to changes in the industry. This year we’re including Augmented Reality for first time alongside Virtual Reality and we’ve expanded the TV Movie category to include Limited Series to reflect the broad variety of entertainment available now to audiences.”
Producers have until 31 May to enter their submissions here with discounts available for multiple entries.
Programmes from Australia, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway and the United Kingdom were awarded trophies in 10 categories including for the first time, Virtual Reality, TV Movie and Children & Youth.
Among the winners were interactive German drama “The Verdict” (Terror – Ihr Urteil) which won Best TV Movie and Italy’s “Stasera CasaMika” (Tonight at Mika’s Home), starring the eponymous British-Lebanese singer, which took home the prize for Best Entertainment.
The UK picked up four of the 10 awards in the Gameshow (Bigheads), Sitcom (Henry IX), Arts (Young Men) and Comedy (Fleabag) categories.
Speaking from Los Angeles, James Corden said he was “truly honoured” to receive the inaugural Entertainer of the Year award. “It truly means the world to me,” he said before dedicating the award to his team on CBS’ “Late Late Show” which he hosts. “The truth is, I am only a small part of entertaining so I accept this on behalf of all of our crew.”
Also sending greetings from the US, Dame Angela Lansbury said she was “deeply honoured “ to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award for her outstanding contribution to the entertainment industry. “I’ve enjoyed a career spanning 75 years but being in "Murder, She Wrote" has made friends for me all over the world.”
James Corden, host of CBS’ “The Late, Late Show”, will be named Entertainer of the Year at the 56th Rose d’Or Awards ceremony in Berlin on Tuesday 19 September.
The inaugural award, given by organizers the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), has been created to recognize the contribution to the world of entertainment of one talented individual over the past 12 months.
Corden, 39, has presented the “Late, Late Show” on CBS in the USA since 2015 and has made a huge global impact with his “Carpool Karaoke” feature, helping the "Late Late Show" Youtube Channel reach over a billion views.
The segment sees famous musical guests joining Corden in his car to sing along to their songs with him whilst he is driving.
Programmes from 13 different countries have been nominated to win a coveted Rose d’Or award at the 56th annual ceremony in Berlin on 19 September, organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU).
The list of 40 nominees in 10 categories from Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom represents the best in international television and online entertainment.
Over 430 programmes from more than 160 broadcasters and production companies were submitted for this year’s Rose d’Or Awards.
Programme makers are competing to take home a coveted Rose d’Or Award in the following categories - Reality & Factual Entertainment, Arts, Game Show, Entertainment, Comedy, Drama Series, Sitcom, and, new for 2017, TV Movie, Children & Youth and Virtual Reality.
We are delighted to invite you to register for the 2017 Rose d’Or Awards in Berlin on Tuesday 19 September at Axica in Berlin.
The Rose d'Or Awards recognize the inspiration that truly great programming demands. And they celebrate and honour the best of the best in entertainment programming.
Dame Angela Lansbury will be present to collect the Rose d'Or Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Other Rose d'Or Awards will be given out in 10 categories - Reality & Factual, Game Show, Comedy, Sitcom, Entertainment, Drama, Arts, Children & Youth, TV Movie and, for the first time in 2017, Virtual Reality.
The shortlist of nominees for the 2017 Rose d'Or Awards will be announced on Monday 21 August.
To register for the Rose d’Or click here.
Dame Angela Lansbury will be honoured with the Rose d’Or Award for Lifetime Achievement at the 56th Rose d’Or Award Ceremony to be held in Berlin on 19 September.
The award recognises those who have made an outstanding contribution to entertainment throughout their careers. The Rose d’Or Awards are organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and were first presented in 1961. They are given to the best television and online entertainment programmes from the previous year.
In a career spanning 7 decades Dame Angela has demonstrated her versatility as an actress and singer in theatre, film and on television and is excited to be nominated:
“I’m honoured to be coming to Berlin in September, for the first time in my life, to receive this most coveted award, the Rose d’Or,” she said. “I cannot thank you enough and I’m so looking forward to being there.”
Dame Angela Lansbury was nominated for an Academy Award after appearing in her first movie, 'Gaslight' (1944) and then on two further occasions for 'The Picture of Dorian Gray' (1946) and 'The Manchurian Candidate' (1962). Her other notable film work includes classics such as Disney’s 'Bedknobs and Broomsticks' (1971) and 'Death on the Nile' (1978). Lansbury has also won 5 Tony Awards for her work in shows like 'Mame', 'Gypsy' and famously as the first actress to play Mrs Lovett in Stephen Sondheim’s 'Sweeney Todd'.
Now in their 56th year, these prestigious international awards honour the best in television and online entertainment and we want YOU to be a part of it.
This year’s ceremony returns to the stunning Axica venue in Berlin and will be held on Tuesday 19 September.
You can submit your entries from 2 May until 30 June in 10 different categories.
The 10 refined categories celebrate the best drama, sitcoms, reality, variety and game shows.
Children and Youth programmes, Virtual Reality and TV Movies also get their own categories in 2017.
Those nominated in each category will be invited to attend an afternoon of workshops, talks and screenings; giving them a chance to network with programme makers from around the world.
We’re excited to let you know that nominations for the 2017 Rose d’Or Awards will open on 2 May AND we’re returning to the stunning Axica venue in Berlin for this year’s ceremony.
The later opening date is because we’re working hard on a new platform to make it easier for you to submit your entries.
We’ll now be able to receive your nominations from 2 May until 30 June and we’ll announce who has been shortlisted in mid to late August.
Then we’ll reveal who will be taking home the 10 Rose d’Or Awards for 2017 on Tuesday 19 September!
Details on how to register for an entry package will be provided soon.
There are some important changes this year – we’ve expanded the TV categories so even more of your work can be showcased in Berlin.
The 10 categories you can submit entries for this year are listed below – they celebrate the best drama, sitcoms, reality, variety and game shows.
And new for 2017 - Children and Youth programmes, Virtual Reality and TV Movies also get their own categories.
The Rose d’Or Awards are unique – we want you to have the chance to meet and network with others in the industry. For the first time in 2017 we’ll be hosting a “networking forum” on the afternoon of Tuesday 19 September where you can get to know other producers and take part in discussions about the nominated shows. More details of the line-up coming soon.
The best in TV, radio and online entertainment has been honoured at the 55th Rose d’Or Awards in Berlin. Programmes from Sweden, Ireland and the United Kingdom were awarded trophies in 11 categories including for the first time in 2016, Drama and Audio Stories.
Among the winners were the BBC's River which won Best TV Drama and SVT's Eurovision Song Contest 2016 which took home the prize for Best TV Entertainment. The full list of winners is below. British comedy legend John Cleese was honoured with a lifetime achievement award for his outstanding contribution to the entertainment industry.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) is thrilled to be honouring British actor and comedian John Cleese with the Rose d’Or Award for Lifetime Achievement at the 55th annual ceremony to be held in Berlin on September 13.