On December 18th 2019 search for the top TV shows made in Europe’s regions by public service media broadcasters and media operators in the 30th year of the Prix CIRCOM.

More than 45,000 euros are there to be won in a package of cash, trophy, travel and accommodation for winners and commended entries across 11 categories and a Grand Prix for the “best of the best”.

Entry is free and is restricted to those broadcasters and media operators who are members of CIRCOM Regional’s 230 stations in 30 states of Europe. Deadline for submitting entry was March 16th 2020.

Judging, hosted by TV3 Catalonia at Sitgès, Spain in April 2020 has been cancelled due to Corona virus crisis, as well as the gala awards show, scheduled for May in Galway, Ireland, during our Annual Conference.
A decision on when and how the Prix entries may be judged and awards presented will be taken later after further consultation and discussions.

 

Categories and sponsors in 2020 are:

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  TVP Poland, sponsor of Grand Prix

 

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RTÉ Ireland, sponsor of Documentary


pof asturias galicia TPA Asturias-TVG Galicia, sponsors of Entertainment and Drama 

pof bnt  BNT Bulgaria, sponsor of Europe 

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 Council of Europe, sponsor of Investigative Journalism

 
 

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 France Télévisions, sponsor of Minorities in Society

 

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  NRK Norway, sponsor of Most Original and Innovative

 

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  TG4 Ireland, sponsor of Music and Arts

 

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 RPO The Netherlands
, sponsor of News Programme

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 SVT Sweden, sponsor of News Report

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BBC UK
, sponsor of Video Journalism

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     TVR Romania, sponsor of Young Onscreen Talent

 

 

This is the 30th edition of the Prix CIRCOM - the first awards were judged in Turin, Italy, in 1990 hosted by RAI, with the award ceremony at Bled, Slovenia, hosted by TVSLO.

David Lowen, who has been President of the Prix and chair of the judges for 20 years, said: “The Prix CIRCOM develops every year with new categories, new ideas and new entering TV stations. It remains after 30 years the most prized award to win, not just for the trophy and cash, but for the honour of being recognised by your peers for your excellence.