PRIX JEUNESSE INTERNATIONAL 2022: Prize Winners Announced Tonight, the coveted trophies of the world’s largest TV competition for outstanding children’s and youth TV programs were awarded at Munich’s Volkstheater. This year, the festival was held both in presence and online.
Who better to judge children’s and youth television programmes than the target group itself? That’s what the organizers of PRIX JEUNESSE INTERNATIONAL (10 – 15 June in Munich, Germany), the world’s oldest and most prestigious children’s television competition, thought.
In 2020, the world’s oldest and most renowned children’s television festival was only available as a digital edition due to worldwide pandemic. Now the time has finally come again: Children’s television experts from many countries will come together at PRIX JEUNESSE INTERNATIONAL (June 10 – 15) at the Bavarian Broadcasting Corporation in Munich to intensively discuss the question of what makes quality in children’s television.
Founded back in 1964 by Bayerischer Rundfunk, the PRIX JEUNESSE INTERNATIONAL is the oldest and most renowned festival for children’s and youth TV programmes worldwide. Every two years, approximately 500 children’s media experts from all parts of the world come together at the Bavarian Broadcasting Corporation to discuss quality in children’s television and to award the best and most innovative content.
The prize winners of the virtual PRIX JEUNESSE INTERNATIONAL 2020 were announced last night in Munich, Germany. 88 children’s and youth TV programmes competed in the main TV categories, 10 programmes in the Shorts category.
Virtual PRIX JEUNESSE INTERNATIONAL The Children’s TV World Meets Digitally Every two years children’s TV makers from around the world get together in Munich at PRIX JEUNESSE INTERNATIONAL to award the best children’s and youth programmes and to discuss …
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From 05 to 10 June 2020, the world of children’s TV meets at the Bavarian Broadcasting Corporation in Munich for the world’s biggest and oldest children’s and youth TV festival PRIX JEUNESSE INTERNATIONAL.