Paris, 19 November 2010
The winners of this year’s HOT BIRDTM TV Awards, the unique international event recognising the highest quality of content creation and innovation by thematic satellite television channels, were honoured on November 19 at a gala ceremony in Venice in the company of 250 international broadcasting executives.
“We congratulate the men and women generating the remarkable content awarded by the jury of this year’s HOT BIRDTM TV Awards,” said Michel de Rosen, Eutelsat CEO. “Over 150 thematic channels from Europe, the Middle East and Africa entered this year’s event. This makes it the most significant and diverse to date, and underscores the extraordinary vitality of the satellite broadcasting market and its capacity to innovate.”
Paris, September 30, 2010
The nominations were announced today for this year’s HOT BIRD™ TV Awards, the unique international broadcasting event celebrating the achievements of thematic satellite channels.
The nominated channels, selected by a jury of media experts, reflect the highest standards of programming quality, creativity and innovation from 14 countries in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. The jury was tasked with selecting from a total of 150 channels from 21 countries split into 11 thematic categories. In addition to the established categories, prizes will be awarded for the first time to ‘Best Programme’ in recognition of the individual achievement of an outstanding production, and to the Best New Channel for standing out in today’s competitive multi-channel environment. (more…)
The shortlist of channels nominated for the HOT BIRD™ TV Awards 2010 has now been finalised!
With a record number of over 150 channels entered from 21 countries, this year’s event shows the exceptional vigour and commitment of broadcasters to addressing the specific interests and passions of the viewing public.
What Satellite & Digital TV – also known as WotSat – is a British monthly magazine for digital TV enthusiasts, launched in 1986. In addition to providing wide coverage on British digital TV, it also provides information on overseas TV channels and on the equipment required to watch them. Every month a feature comes out on a different free-to-air channel that entered the Eutelsat TV Awards in the last editions.