Rose d’Or calls for Arts + Documentary submissions!
The 60th edition of the Rose d’Or Awards, Europe’s gold standard for excellence + achievement in programme making, is now open for entries.
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. Recognised as the most prestigious award in European television, the Rose d’Or awards the best content across 12 categories, calling among others for Arts + Documentary programmes.
The Awards will be open for entries till Friday 1 October 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 both a digital and live event on Sunday 28 November. Combining a live celebration at King’s Place in London with a simultaneous global live stream, Covid restrictions permitting. Details for the event will be announced in due course.
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