Source Pravda.Ru

Rossiya TV channel receives highest award at International Festival of TV Design

The Rossiya TV channel has received the highest award at the PROMAX&BDA International Festival of TV Design.

This year the Cities series of identification clips has been voted the best in its category and received the most prestigious award in the sphere of TV design - the platinum award - leaving the Western TV channels Showtime, Discovery and Nickelodeon behind.

The awarding ceremony was traditionally held in Los Angeles, the press service of the Rossiya TV channel reported.

The PROMAX&BDA festival has been held annually for 25 years already. This year, participants of the festival were nominated in 30 categories. Three bronze, silver and gold and only one platinum medals are awarded in each category.

Comments
On the report of Human Rights Watch against the DPRK
On the report of Human Rights Watch against the DPRK
On the report of Human Rights Watch against the DPRK
World War I: Remembering the fallen, and the war criminals
Russia sends assault ships to counter US aircraft carriers in the Mediterranean Sea
Russia sends assault ships to counter US aircraft carriers in the Mediterranean Sea
Russia sends assault ships to counter US aircraft carriers in the Mediterranean Sea
Without INF Treaty, USA can destroy Russian nuclear weapons easily
Norwegians complain of demoralised NATO soldiers
The difference between Polish and Ukrainian nationalism is plain to see
Russia sends assault ships to counter US aircraft carriers in the Mediterranean Sea
Mikhail Gorbachev shares his thoughts on nuclear war
Russia sets S-300 systems in Syria on combat readiness
Without INF Treaty, USA can destroy Russian nuclear weapons easily
World War I: Remembering the fallen, and the war criminals
2018: A critical lack of common sense in world governance
2018: A critical lack of common sense in world governance
2018: A critical lack of common sense in world governance
2018: A critical lack of common sense in world governance
2018: A critical lack of common sense in world governance
2018: A critical lack of common sense in world governance