2019 Antenna Awards

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2019 Antenna Awards
2019 Antenna Awards poster.jpg
DateOctober 5, 2019 (2019-10-05)
LocationDeakin Edge, Federation Square, Melbourne
CountryAustralia
Hosted byDilruk Jayasinha
Highlights
Program of the YearThe Leak
Personality of the YearEmmylou McCarthy
Websitec31.org.au/antennas
Television/radio coverage
Network
Runtime150 minutes (including commercials)
Produced by
  • Shane Dunlop
  • William Henry Ellis
  • Alex Young
  • Karen Dennerley
  • Mitchell Kalika
Directed byShane Dunlop

The 2019 Antenna Awards were held on 5 October 2019 at the Deakin Edge at Federation Square in Melbourne.[1][2] The ceremony was announced on 4 July 2019, and recognised excellence in Australian community television of the eligibility period, running from 1 July 2014 and 30 June 2019.[3]

It was hosted by comedian and former Live on Bowen presenter Dilruk Jayasinha.[4] The ceremony was broadcast live from 8:00pm AEST on C31 Melbourne, Channel 44 Adelaide and WTV Perth, and was streamed live on Facebook.[5] On 9 October, the ceremony was made available to stream on YouTube.[6]

Awards were presented in 24 categories. Program of the Year was awarded to The Leak, while Personality of the Year was awarded to Emmylou Loves presenter Emmylou McCarthy. A special award, the Stella Young Contribution to Community TV Award, was presented to Nimal Alwis.[5]

This was the 9th Antenna Awards ceremony – the first since 2014 – and marked 25 years since the first broadcast of C31 Melbourne. Nominations were accepted from producers of programs that aired on terrestrial community television – including the now-defunct Television Sydney and 31 Brisbane – as well as satellite and cable channels Aurora and ICTV.[3]

Winners and nominees[edit]

Best Comedy Program Best Music Program
  • The Songroom
    • 1700
    • Asylum TV
    • Don't F*ck With Mother
    • Live At Spectrum
    • Pass The Song Along
Best Narrative and/or Fictional Program Best Actor in a Narrative Drama, Comedy or Sketch
  • Dee-Brief
  • Lee McClenaghan – Under The Milky Way
    • Andy Matthews – Australia, Get It Up Ya!
    • Elizabeth Barratt – Seeing Scarlett
    • Madeleine Culp – Aunty Plop Plop's Useless Shop
    • Mike Gorrie – The Assenders
    • Sophie Loughran – 31 Questions
Best Sports Program Best Outdoor and Recreational Program
  • SA Sports Show
    • All About A-League
    • In Pit Lane
    • Spacequake Sports
    • The Local Footy Show
    • The Rushed Behind
Best Live and/or Outside Broadcast Best Lifestyle or Special Interest Program
  • Talking Fishing
    • Emmylou Loves
    • New Game Plus
    • Punktured
    • Random Aussies
    • The Cellar Door
Outstanding Direction in a Program Outstanding Camera Work in a Program
  • Australia, Get It Up Ya! – Evan Munro-Smith
    • 31 Questions – Joe Murray & Antonio Cafasso
    • Dee-Brief – Sarah Hickey
    • Election 2019 presented by The Junction – Ron Frim
    • Good Afternoon Adelaide – Edgar Smith Jr
    • The Songroom – Ryan Gaskett & Kris Schroeder
  • Beyond The Divide
    • Australia, Get It Up Ya! – Evan Munro-Smith
    • Dee-Brief – Josh Mitchell-Frey
    • Nota Dominante
    • The Cellar Door – Kelly Hildreth, Ben Sengsouvanh & Kyle Horton
    • Top Property – "Oasis in the Dunes"
Outstanding Sound in a Program Outstanding Editing in a Program
  • Good Afternoon Adelaide
    • Live At Spectrum – Brett Tippet
    • Beyond The Divide
    • Live On Bowen – Francis McKenna, Alex Marshall, Edward Hirst, Krissie Karpinski & James Bull
    • The Cellar Door – Kelly Hildreth
    • The Songroom – Sam Okell
  • Emmylou Loves – John Stokes
    • Beyond The Divide
    • Dee-Brief – Ryan Bird
    • Good Afternoon Adelaide
    • The Raucous Caucus
    • Top Property – "Oasis in the Dunes"
Outstanding Theme Song in a Program Outstanding Creative Achievement in a Program
  • Seeing Scarlett
    • Silent Comedy
    • The Cellar Door
    • The Leak
    • Top Property – "Oasis in the Dunes"
    • Under The Milky Way
Best Youth Program Youth Personality of the Year
  • Nicholas D'Urbano – The Rushed Behind
    • Ben Cardwell – The Struggle
    • Dilpreet Kaur – Half Hour
    • Ethan White – Off the Couch with Ethan
    • Nikita Angelina Burling – Undercurrent
    • Tavleen Singh – The Struggle
Outstanding Contribution to Community by a Program Best Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Program
  • Oz African TV
    • Bent TV
    • Broadcast Radio Australia
    • QTV
    • Spacequake Sports
    • Vibe Nation – "Stop the Violence"
  • Sputnik
    • Meraki TV
    • Regional Italian Cuisine
    • Russian News Time
    • The NEMBC Multicultural AFL Panel Show
    • The Shtick
Best Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Personality Best Factual, Current Affairs or Interview Program
  • Harbir Singh Kang – The NEMBC Multicultural AFL Panel Show
    • Bernd Merkel – All About A-League
    • Gabriel D'Angelo – All About A-League
    • Marina Belkina – Russian News Time
    • Marlene Scicluna – Maltese Down Under
    • Vanessa Gatica – The NEMBC Multicultural AFL Panel Show
  • Tales of a City
    • Bent TV
    • Half Hour
    • Kicking Goals: A Year in the Life of a SAASTA Student
    • Saving The Sanctuary
    • The Modern Middle East
Outstanding Journalism in a Program The Stella Young Contribution to Community TV Award
  • Half Hour
    • Dr. Pam
    • The Struggle
    • The Local Footy Show
    • Undercurrent – "2019 Night Of Stars Dancesport Championships"
    • Undercurrent – "Roe 8 Construction"
  • Nimal Alwis – The Sri Lanka Morning Show
Personality of the Year Program of the Year
  • Emmylou McCarthy – Emmylou Loves
  • The Leak
    • Australia, Get It Up Ya!
    • Dee-Brief
    • Emmylou Loves
    • Off the Couch with Ethan
    • Sonnigsburg
    • The Modern Middle East
    • The Struggle

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Antenna Awards 2019 | Home". AwardsOnline. Retrieved 17 July 2019.
  2. ^ Knox, David (18 July 2019). "C31 revives Antenna Awards". TV Tonight. Retrieved 23 July 2019.
  3. ^ a b "Nominations are now OPEN for the 2019 Antenna Awards!". C31 Melbourne and Geelong. 16 July 2019. Retrieved 18 July 2019.
  4. ^ Knox, David (11 September 2019). "Dilruk Jayasinha to host Antenna Awards for C31". TV Tonight. Retrieved 13 September 2019.
  5. ^ a b "The 2019 Antenna Awards". C31 Melbourne and Geelong on Facebook. Retrieved 6 October 2019.
  6. ^ "2019 Antenna Awards". Antenna Awards. 5 October 2019. C31 Melbourne & Geelong. Retrieved 10 October 2019. Youtube title: The 2019 Antenna Awards // Live from Deakin Edge Melbourne // Oct 5th 2019

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