The Rose d’Or has been celebrating the very best in international TV and Radio programme-making since the 1960s. In 2020, despite the challenges of the pandemic, the Rose d’Or 2020 received over 700 entries from 30 countries and now Europe’s premier TV awards are gearing up for this anniversary year.
The Awards will be open for entries from Monday July 12th and will close on Friday October 1st, 2021. In recognition of the challenging times the industry continues to face through the pandemic, entry prices will be held at last year’s 30% discount.
This year the Rose d’Or Award ceremony will take place as a both a digital and live event on Sunday November 28th. Combining a live celebration at King’s Place in King’s Place in London with a simultaneous global live stream, Covid restrictions permitting. Details for the event will be announced in due course.
To mark our 60th year an important new category joins this year’s line-up: Best News & Current Affairs programme. In response to the breadth of factual entries received in 2020 and to recognise the crucial role played by these programmes and programme makers.
News & Current Affairs joins the awards line-up up of Documentary, Drama, Comedy, Comedy Drama and Sitcom, Reality and Factual Entertainment, Soap and Telenovela, Children and Youth, Arts, Audio Entertainment, Multiplatform Series and Studio Entertainment.
In addition to the special individual awards of Lifetime Achievement, Performance of the Year and Emerging Talent. Won in 2020 by Sir David Attenborough, Ncuti Gatwa and Daisy Edgar Jones.
All programmes and series that have first aired, anywhere in the world, on a broadcast, streaming, online or mobile platform over the 15 months between 1st July 2020 and 30 September 2021 are eligible.