BERLIN, September 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Outstanding achievement for the best and most creative TV, online and radio formats worldwide has been recognized at the 53rd Rose d'Or ceremony in Berlin.
Golden Rose Awards were presented in nine categories following a record-breaking number of entries.
The ceremony, which was attended by around 150 industry luminaries and hosted by popular Croatian TV entertainer and journalist Aleksandar Kostadinov, saw prizes presented to:
Little Mom - Dori Media Group (Israel)
Toast of London - Channel 4/Objective Productions (United Kingdom)
Pointless (UK) - Endemol Company for BBC1
Peter & The Wolf/Pierre et le Loup - Camera Lucida Productions (France)
Reality and Factual Entertainment
Gogglebox - Channel 4 (United Kingdom)
Circus Halli Galli - ProSiebensat1 TV Deutschland GmbH (Germany)
Bridget Christie Minds The Gap - BBC (United Kingdom)
A Night of Emotions - YLE (Finland)
Reality & Factual Entertainment
The Futurologists - Swedish Radio (Sweden)
The nominations were announced in June 2014, with the jury selecting a shortlist for the three best programmes in each of the nine categories in television and radio competing for a Golden Rose.
The Heads of Jury selected the best in each category earlier today.
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