Antenna Awards

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C31 Melbourne Antenna Awards
Genre Entertainment
Country of origin Australia
Original language(s) English
Broadcast
Original channel Channel 31
Picture format 576i (PAL), (SDTV)
16:9 DTV
4:3 Analogue
Audio format Stereo
Original run 2004-2010
2014 – present
External links
Website

The Antenna Awards is an annual Australian awards ceremony which recognizes outstanding community television programmes broadcast on stations of Australia's Channel 31. The Antennas, which began in 2004, have been traditionally hosted by C31 Melbourne. The awards are presented at a gala ceremony in Federation Square.

Nominations are forwarded by community television volunteers and audience members. From the pool of nominees, a final list is selected for each award. More than 500 initial nominations are received each year.

The 'Viewers Choice' award (in which viewers can vote on their favourite program) and the 'Best Contribution to Community Television' are the only two awards not judged by a panel through shortlisted nominees.

The 2014 Antenna Awards were held on 1 October, at the Deakin Edge in Federation Square, Melbourne.[1]

2004 Antenna Awards[edit]

  • Best Comedy Program - Radio Karate; Tim Bartley, Andy Lee, Hamish Blake, Ryan Shelton & Duncan Campbell
  • Best Drama Program - Yartz: Filthy Pervert Seeks Same; Ralph Mclean & Peter Hanrahan
  • Best Arts Program (Shared) - Short Film Distillery; Adam Clarkson - Public Hangings; Andrew Mckenzie
  • Best Music Program - Music Pot; Richard Micallef
  • Best Variety Program - Living It Loud; Steve Williams
  • Best News / Current Affairs Program (Shared) - Woomera 2002; Anthony Snowden - Freeway; Desmond Mouti
  • Best Interview Program - Fashion Police; Leila Koren
  • Best Sports Program - Mxtv; Brendan Bell
  • Best Panel Program - Sweet And Sour; Lena Andel
  • Best Live / Outside Broadcast Program - Geelong Carols In The Park; Videoworks: Peter Wood & Dean Gray
  • Best Culturally And Linguistically Diverse Program - At Home With The Baccalas; Joe Demartino
  • Best Faith Program - Robina Courtin About; Peter Lane
  • Best Sound - S+M The Wine Show; Michael Buckland
  • Best Camera - Radio Karate; Tim Bartley
  • Best Indigenous Program - Songlines In The City; Peter Johnson
  • Best Children's Program - Playgroup In A Box; Yvonne Healy
  • Best Youth Program - Youthscope; Anita Krsnik, Michael Zampogna & Simon Hydzik
  • Best Seniors Program - Time Of Your Life; Peter Haydock
  • Best Editing - Extreme Wa; Jeffrey Williams
  • Best Music Composition - Dawn's Crack "Half Hour Shower"; Simon Barlow, Nick Barlow, Tim Beveridge & Matt Mckenzie
  • Best Station Id - Channel 31 Melbourne; Rob Nairn & Mat Govoni
  • Best Program Id / Main Title / Promo - Radio Karate; Tim Bartley
  • Best Sponsorship Announcement - Manny's Music; Andrew Coyle And Rob Nairn
  • Best Program That Supports Local Metropolitan Communities - Eye On Perth; Andrew Round
  • Best Program That Supports Local Rural And Regional Communities - Balls N All Moose
  • Special Awards Theories Of Everything - (David Tow), Vasili's Garden - (Peter Deskes), No Limits - (Sarah Barton)
  • Best New Producer - Tim Bartley; Radio Karate
  • Best Male Presenter (Shared) - Jack Post And Alex Ford; Syn Tv
  • Best Female Presenter - Cheryle Wilson; Harvest Festival
  • Producer Of The Year - Shona Devlin Dawn's Crack / Pluck
  • Program Of The Year - Pluck; Shona Devlin & Kristy Fuller

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2005 Antenna Awards[edit]

  • Best Comedy Program - The Shambles, Nathan Valvo & Sean Lynch
  • Best Drama Program - The Video Store, Sam Barrett & Adrian Mcfarlane
  • Best Arts Program - Gallery Watch, Tibor Meszaros
  • Best Music Program - Turkish Star Australia, Ses Promotions
  • Best Variety Program - Get Up Tucked, Ricarp Productions
  • Best News/Current Affairs Program - The Sauce, Alison Murphy & Natasha Duckett
  • Best Interview Program - Ro Tv, Curtin University & Rotary Wa
  • Best Sports Program - The Hockey Show, Dan Miles & Hugh Jellie
  • Best Panel Program - No Limits, Sarah Barton
  • Best Live / Outside Broadcast Program - Carols In The Park, Dean Gray & Peter Wood (Videoworks)
  • Best Indigenous Program - Beyond Their Limits, Paul Deeming & Chris Bayley
  • Best Children's Program - Hello Music, Karen Kim
  • Best Youth Program - Teenwire, Simon Hydzik & Glenn Clarke
  • Best Living & Learning Program - End To End - Lawn Bowls In Wa, Allan Blair & Simon Hydzik
  • Best Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Program - Salam Café, Ahmed Hassan
  • Best Faith Based & Spiritual Development Program - Salam Café, Ahmed Hassan
  • Best Sound - Plug-In, Simon Moule & Salvador Castro
  • Best Camerawork - Citylife, Anthony Abicair
  • Best Editing - Plug-In, Simon Moule & Salvador Castro
  • Best Music Composition - The C Word "31 Song", Nicky Bomba
  • Best Director - The Shambles, Nathan Valvo, Sean Lynch & Anthony Ziella
  • Best Program Id/Main Title/Promo - The Sauce (Promo), Alison Murphy & Natasha Duckett
  • Best Sponsorship Announcement - Acland St Traders Association, Graham C Irwin
  • Best Program That Supports Local Metropolitan Communities - Get Up Tucked, Ricarp Productions
  • Best Program That Supports Local Rural And Regional Communities - Exmouth On Show, Anita Krsnik & Michael Zampogna
  • Best New Producer - Simon Christie & Miranda Christie, 4wd Tv
  • Best Female Presenter - Krystal Manson, This Town Brisbane
  • Best Male Presenter - Dieter Kahsnitz, The C Word
  • Viewer's Choice Award - 4wd Tv, Simon Christie & Miranda Christie
  • Producer Of The Year - Campbell Manderson, Debra Weddall & Jacinta Hicken, The Activist Awards
  • Program Of The Year - No Limits, Sarah Barton

2006 Antenna Awards[edit]

2007 Antenna Awards[edit]

[4]* Best Living and Learning Program : No Limits

2008 Antenna Awards[edit]

The 2008 awards ceremony were held at the BMW Edge theatre, Federation Square on Thursday, 24 April, and broadcast on Sunday, 27 April at 7.30 pm.

  • Best Interview Show - Ngulla Pt 1 and 2
  • Best CALD Program - ** Sign Post
  • Producer of the Year - Emma Race (The Breakfast Show)
    • Nominees: Tim Egan (The Bazura Project), Michael Curson (Gasolene), Global Vision Media (Making the Switch), Jess Harris (twentysomething)
  • Best Program - Making the Switch
    • Nominees: The MS Show, The Goin' Ballistyx Snow Boarding Show, Let's Go Bird Watching, Play Kool

2009 Antenna Awards[edit]

  • Outstanding Special Presentation/One Off Program - ATVAA; Racing With The Seadragons
  • Outstanding Exterior Broadcast Program - Studio A
  • Outstanding Program Of The Year - Studio A
  • Outstanding Youth Program - 1700[6]

2010 Antenna Awards[edit]

In 2010, C31 Melbourne Antenna Awards were held on Sunday 27 June at BMW Edge from Federation Square, Melbourne.

  • Program Of The Year - Dare I Ask?
  • Outstanding Factual, Current Affairs Or Interview Program - Dare I Ask?
  • Outstanding Live Or Outside Broadcast Program - The Inquiry
  • Outstanding Outdoor Recreational Program - Hound Tv

2014 Antenna Awards[edit]

In 2014, C31 Melbourne Antenna Awards were held on Wednesday 1 October at Deakin Edge from Federation Square, Melbourne.

  • Outstanding Male Personality - Chris Gibson from Leongatha
  • Outstanding Female Personality - Phyllis Foundis from The Foundis Show
  • Outstanding Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Program - Disability In The Solomons (No Limits)
  • Outstanding Music Program - Speaker TV
  • Outstanding Factual, Current Affairs or Interview Program - Undercurrent
  • Outstanding Youth Program - Real (La Trobe University)
  • Outstanding Sports Program - The Local Footy Show
  • Outstanding Outdoor or Recreational Program - The Green Corridors of Southern Sydney
  • Outstanding Special Interest or Lifestyle Program - Beyond The Divide
  • Outstanding Comedy Program - Famous With Luis
  • Outstanding Arts Program - Inside Art
  • Outstanding Creative Achievement In A Program - Leongatha
  • Outstanding Program of the Year - No Limits

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The 2014 Antenna Awards". www.C31.org.au. Melbourne Community Television Consortium. November 22, 2014. Retrieved November 22, 2014. 
  2. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20041025144809/http://www.cbonline.org.au/index.cfm?pageId=12,37,3,542
  3. ^ "The 2010 National Antenna Awards - Showcasing Outstanding Achievement in Australian Community Television". Mctcltd.org.au. Retrieved 2014-02-06. 
  4. ^ "The 2010 National Antenna Awards - Showcasing Outstanding Achievement in Australian Community Television". Mctcltd.org.au. Retrieved 2014-02-06. 
  5. ^ "The 2010 National Antenna Awards - Showcasing Outstanding Achievement in Australian Community Television". Mctcltd.org.au. Retrieved 2014-02-06. 
  6. ^ http://www.mctcltd.org.au/antennas/winners2009.html
  7. ^ http://www.mctcltd.org.au/antennas/winners2010.html

External links[edit]

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