The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) is pleased to announce that entries are now open for the 2016 Rose d’Or Awards. These prestigious international awards, now in their 55th year, honour the best in radio, television and online entertainment.
This year’s ceremony will be held at Axica in Berlin on Tuesday 13 September.
From 4 March until 31 May programme makers from across the world are invited to submit entries in 11 different TV and Radio categories including Sitcom, Game Show and Reality.
The best in TV and radio entertainment programming has been honoured at the 54th Rose d’Or Awards held at the British Museum in London.
Rose d’Or trophies were presented in eleven categories including Comedy, Game Show, Arts and Talk Show following a record-breaking number of entries. Radio awards were included for the second time in the event’s 54 year history.
There’s just under a week to go until the 2015 Rose d’Or Awards 2015 will be announced in London (9 December). The event, however, is more than just an award ceremony.
Until Monday 7 December, we’re offering a special 2 for 1 offer on the last remaining tickets - and here’s why you should take advantage.
Stephen Fry will be honoured with the Rose d’Or Award for Lifetime Achievement at the Rose d’Or Award Ceremony to be held in London on December 9th.
The award honours and recognises those who have made an outstanding contribution to broadcast entertainment throughout their careers - making Fry a clear choice for 2015. The Rose d’Or, a Eurovision event, is a collection of awards presented for achievement in television and radio entertainment programming for the previous year.
The nominees for the 2015 Rose d’Or Awards were announced today by EUROVISION, organisers of the prestigious international entertainment programme awards. A record number of submissions were received for the Awards to be announced on December 9th at a ceremony at the British Museum in London.
No awards ceremony is complete without its Master of Ceremonies. And this year the Rose d’Or has got one of the best in London coming to guide the audience through the event. Paddy O’Connell is a broadcaster with over 25 years of experience in television and radio - predominantly with the BBC, He presents BBC Radio 4's Broadcasting House programme each Sunday morning. He is also an occasional presenter of Radio 4's PM programme. He has reported from New York and Washington DC for the BBC and was a host of the Eurovision Song Contest semi-finals for many years.
We have a record number of entries. We have a masterclass featuring one of the top executives in the news industry. And we have one of the world’s most iconic venues. The Rose d’Or 2015 promises, yet again, to be the event to attend in the European entertainment calendar. And tickets are now on sale for the event on Wednesday, December 9th.
The winners of the 2015 Rose d'Or Awards will be announced in just under three months time. The ceremony on December 9, 2015 will take place at the British Museum in London, a historical and auspicious venue for one of Europe’s most prestigious and longest running award ceremonies.
We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting entries for the 2015 Rose d'Or Awards!
Submit your best entertainment programmes between now and 30 September, 2015. You may submit as many entries as you would like and there is a price discount for multiple entries!
Here is the announcement you've been waiting for. We hope you'll agree it was well worth the wait.
This year's Rose d'Or Awards ceremony will take place on 9 December, 2015 at the Clore Centre in the British Museum, London. Talk about an ideal venue for celebrating and honouring the best of entertainment programming!