Antenna Awards

Antenna Awards

The Antenna Awards are an annual award ceremony that recognises outstanding community television programs broadcast on Australia's Channel 31 stations. Since their inception in 2004, the Antennas have been traditionally hosted by C31 Melbourne, and are held at a gala ceremony at Federation Square.

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

The 'The viewers choice' Award (in which viewers can vote on their favorite program) as well as the 'Best contribution to community Television' are the only two awards not judged by a pannel and with shortlisted nominees

2007 Antenna Awards

* Best Living and Learning Program – "No Limits"
* Best Program that Supports New and Emerging Communities – "Salam Café"
* Best Comedy – "In Wollongong Tonight"
* Best Young Persons program – "sk82death"
* Best Indigenous program – "Bobtales"
* Best Arts – "Rock and Roll Cooking Show"
* Best Program that Promotes Community Harmony & Diversity – "No Limits"
* Best Drama – "One Night Stand"
* Best Music Composition – "More Amore"
* Best Music program – "Rock and Roll Cooking Show"
* Best Female presenter – "Vanity Pets"
* Best Male presenter – "Vasili's Garden" (Vasili Kanidiadis)
* Best Live or outside broadcast – "Barnaby Flowers"
* Best Sports – "sk82death"
* Best News or Current Affairs – "The C News Focus Special"
* Best CALD program – "Salam Café"
* Best Camerawork – "sk82death"
* Best Editing – "The Ugly Stick"
* Best Director – "The Ugly Stick"
* Best Producer – "Kids Life"
* Best Sound – "Rock and Roll Cooking Show"
* Outstanding Production Achievement – "Geraldton on Show"
* Program of the Year – "Signpost"
* Outstanding Contribution to Community Television - Andrew Brine
* Viewers' Choice Award - 4WD TV

2008 Antenna Awards

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

* Best Indigenous Program - "Noongar Dundjoo"
** Nominees: "Totally School", "Nunga Lounge", "Urban Chesspieces", "The Marngrook Footy Show"

* Best News or Current Affair Program - "Wake Up WA"
** Nominees: "Tea Tree Gully TV Naturally Better", "SKA Story", "State Question Time", "The Union Show"

* Best Camera Work - "The Goin' Ballistyx Snowboard Show"
** Nominees: "Let's Go Birdwatching", "Making the Switch", "Gasolene", "Mystical Guides Haunted Australia"

* Best Editing - "Making the Switch"
** Nominees: "The Bazura Project", "Living On the Coast", "Flicktease"

* Best Program that supports New and Emerging Communities - "Sri Lanka Morning Show"
** Nominees: "Talent Pool", "SKA Story", "VNTV", "Pinoy TV"

* Best Music Program - "Asylum"
** Nominees: "T Sessions", "Pinoy Music Lounge", "Songwriters Across Australia", "Access All Areas TV"

* Best Theme Music Composition - "Penguin TV"
** Nominees: "Play Kool", "Room to Grow", "Wake Life", "No Limits"

* Best Young Persons Program - "Class TV"
** Nominees: "Fusion Latina", "Totally School", "Hit TV", "Minnie Monkey"

* Best Live or Outside Broadcast - "The Breakfast Show"
** Nominees: "WAFL ON", "No Limits", "Viva Melbourne", "Wake Up! WA"

* Best Lifestyle Program - "Making The Switch"
** Nominees: "Let's Go Bird Watching", "Kids Life", "Living On the Coast", "Latin Dance Alive"

* Best Comedy Program - "The Bazura Project"
** Nominees: "Planet Nerd", "Barnaby Flowers Bumper Bonanza", "twentysomething"

* Best Interview Show - "Ngulla Pt 1 and 2"
** Nominees: "The MS Show", "The Shtick", "Adelaide Vibe", "A Life In Crime"

* Best Sound - "The Gascoyne Dash"
** Nominees: "The Bazura Project", "The Union Show", "Barnaby Flowers", "Mystical Guides"

* Best Sports Program - "The Marngrook Footy Show"
** Nominees: "ALHL Ice Hockey", "The Hockey Show", "Ten Pin Bowling", "On the Water"

* Best Special Presentation - "Making Monsters"
** Nominees: "The Gascoyne Dash", "Mystical Guides", "The Marngrook Footy Show Grand Final Show", "The Union Show"

* Best Arts Program - "The Bazura Project"
** Nominees: "The Green Room", "Blurb", "Painting with John", "Popcorn"

* Best CALD Program - ** "Sign Post"
** "Viva Melbourne", "Hello Australia", "Fusion Latina", "Sri Lanka Morning Show"

* Best Female Presenter - Emma Race ("The Breakfast Show")
** Nominees: Mahlia Simpson ("Kids Life"), Jodie Raquel ("The Italian Guide"), Natasha Ferre ("The Goin Ballistyx Snowboarding Show"), Yvonne Goldsmith ("Latin Dance Alive")

* Best Male Presenter - Michael Kuzilny ("A Life in Crime")
** Nominees: Phil Cleary ("The Union Show"), Charlie Barilla ("Charlie's Kitchen"), Nick Ball ("The Hockey Show"), Todd Wright ("Sign Post")

* Best Director - Lee Zachariah ("The Bazura Project")
** Nominees: "Mystical Guides", Jess Harris & Josh Schmidt ("twentysomething"), Sylvi Soeharjono ("Latin Dance Alive"), Peter Weatherall ("Penguin TV")

* 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"

* Outstanding Contribution to Community Television - Josie Parrelli
* Viewers' Choice Award - "4WD TV"

External links

* [ C31 - About the Antennas]

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