There are just a few days left to enter the prestigious Rose d’Or Awards. Entries close October 1, 23.59pm.
UK TV star Sue Perkins will host this year’s Rose d’Or Awards, the 60th annual event, which will take place on November 29.
Recognised as the most prestigious awards in European television and audio entertainment, the Rose d’Or celebrates the best content across 12 categories:
Rose d’Or Awards 2021 categories:
• Comedy Drama and Sitcom
• Soap and Telenovela
• Reality and Factual Entertainment
• News and Current Affairs
• Studio Entertainment
• Children and Youth
• Multiplatform Series
• Audio Entertainment
Entries close on October 1, 2021. 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 1 July 2020 and 30 September 2021 are eligible.
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.
About the Rose d’Or
The Rose d’Or is owned and operated by Media Enterprises in association with the EBU.
About Media Enterprises
Media Enterprises is the C21Media-backed investment company that backs high-growth potential businesses within the content sector. It is focused on awards, training and production.
About the EBU
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) is the world’s foremost alliance of public service media (PSM). Our mission is to make PSM indispensable.
We represent 115 media organizations in 55 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa; and have an additional 31 Associates in Asia, Africa, Australasia and the Americas.
Our Members operate nearly 2,000 television and radio channels alongside numerous online platforms. Together, they reach audiences of more than one billion people around the world, broadcasting in almost 160 languages.
We strive to secure a sustainable future for public service media, provide our Members with world-class content from news to sports and music, and build on our founding ethos of solidarity and co-operation to create a centre for learning and sharing.