The Venice Television Award Open for Entries

Author: Venice TV Award

The Venice Television Award is looking for the best in television!

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    The Venice Television Award Open for Entries © Venice TV Award

You've put your all into creating groundbreaking work. Now is the time to be recognised for it. The Venice Television Award is open for entries from all continents and platforms.

Gold Trophies and Nominees will be awarded in 19 categories.

Broadcasters, production companies, cable networks, online platforms, and streaming services are invited to enter.

Categories include Documentary, Best Series, Best TV Movie, News, Performing Arts, Comedy, Children/Youth, Reality TV, Light Entertainment, Program Promotion, Branded Entertainment, Sport, Best Of Technical High Quality, Cross-Platform Programming, New Talent, Best Soap/Telenovela, Animation, Cinematography, and Direction.

Eligibility: Entries must have aired for the first time between 1 January 2023 and 20 September 2024
Deadline: 28 June 2024
Language: Productions not in English must have English subtitles, an English dubbing, or an English synopsis
Winner Announcement: End of September 2024

The international Venice TV Award is supported by egta, IMZ International Music + Media Centre, and ACT (Association of Commercial TV).



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