Dream High nominated in The Rose d’Or

After reading more about The Rose d'Or Festival, I realize 

Dream High 1 has already been put forward in the eyes of the world, along side other

productions which have high standards in originality, quality and creativity ...

as that is the requirements of being nominated in The Rose d’Or .

Taking that into account, Dream High 1 has already made an important achievement,

being nominated in The Rose d’Or is a prestige on it's own.

Good Luck to you, BYJ ssi...also  to JYP ssi, 

and all the wonderful cast and crew of Dream High.

Dream High 1 Fighhhtiiiing !!!


When I look around the The Rose d’Or list of nominees for this year,

[and even the years before that ! ] ....I think Dream High / South Korea is the first

one nominated from Asian Countries...the rest come from United Kingdom[mostly] , USA.

Australia, Israel,Canada, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Belgium, and Austria.

Dream High  is nominated in the YOUTH category with 2 other productions.

Click HERE to know more about The Rose d'Or Festival in Lucerne

 The best of Luck To dream High !!!


Photo credits : as labeled, yuwen at soompi forum,
and google search a.k.a forgot where I stole 'em from :(


joongana said…
ahh this one, daebakk DH1 can achieve this prestigious award,since

5. Category: Youth

Fiction or non-fiction programmes produced in content and style to entertain, inform and engage a young audience 12 to 16 years old.

Youth is a completely new category at the Rose d’Or Festival and will be awarded for the first time in 2012. In 2010 the Youth and Children categories were combined.

this is for the first time Rose d'Or put new category heheheh and DreamHigh 1 choosen, i think bcz it gives positive influence to youth (not only youth i think, bcz me too hahaha)
myoce said…
Yes, I know it's Daebak hehehe...

BTW, here's half of the information that I posted in BYJ's Official Board :

Here are some of the information I gathered about The Rose d'Or :

HISTORY : some excerpts :

The Rose d’Or, international festival for entertainment television, was created in 1961 by Marcel Bezençon, then General Director Swiss Broadcasting Corporation (SRG-SSR). Its aim was to help European public broadcasters to fill the gaps in their summer schedules with cost effective, good quality programmes. In 2004 the Festival moved from Lake Geneva to Lake Lucerne.

Marcel Bezençon’s idea was simple: Why not put together a really good international variety programme in Switzerland, then swap it for productions from other countries within the framework of a competition?

ABOUT The Rose d’Or Festival :

The Rose d’Or is one of the most important international festivals in entertainment television. It was founded in Montreux in 1961 and has taken place in Lucerne since 2004. Producers, executives from independent and public service broadcasters and heads of production companies from over 40 countries take part. The Rose d’Or is a significant networking and discussion forum for the entertainment television industry. The Festival concludes with an Awards Ceremony at which Golden Roses for the best television entertainment programmes of the year are presented. The Rose d’Or rewards originality, quality and creativity and sets the standard in entertainment television with these prestigious awards. The awards and the festival have evolved alongside the television industry
and reflect trends and developments in the global business. In 2009, it was taken over by the Swiss multinational media company Ringier.
myoce said…

Continue :

Some past winners :

Barbara Streisand, The Muppet Show, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Liza Minnelli, Benny Hill, Monty Python, Cirque du Soleil, Julie Andrews, Mr Bean, Nigel Kennedy, Kurt Browning, Shirley Maclaine, and the list goes on.

Information about 2012 The Rose d’Or :

The Rose d’Or Festival will take place from 6 to 10 May 2012 in Lucerne.

The Rose d’Or Festival nominees announcement in Kuala Lumpur :

For the first time in its 50-year history, the Rose d'Or Festival was active in Asia with an official event on 28 February 2012 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, at which the 36 nominated programmes in 12 categories were announced. In addition to the nominees announcement in a formal ceremony, the experts shared their thoughts on current trends and issues facing the industry in two panel discussions. Simultaneous events were held in London and Lucerne.

These are the 12 categories mentioned :




Dream High 1 is in YOUTH category .

YOUTH category :

Fiction or non-fiction programmes produced in content and style to entertain,
inform and engage a young audience 12 to 16 years old. [The Youth category is a new
category added this year /2012, before this Children and Youth was in one category.]

The nominees of YOUTH Category :

Leonardo. Wing and a Prayer
Kindle Entertainment for BBC
United Kingdom
An action-packed mystery and drama series for the whole family, Leonardo features a teenage Leonardo da Vinci and his friends and is set against the breath-taking backdrop of 15th century Florence. In Wing and a Prayer, Leonardo’s latest invention is ready for testing: a flying machine. It’s not just Leo putting himself in danger; Mac has double-crossed a shady merchant, Rizzo, who wants revenge. When Leo’s test flight fails and he crashes to the ground, Rizzo gives him an ultimatum. Leo’s got two days to deliver a working set of wings, or Mac will be the one to pay.

You're Not a Werewolf
tvision GmbH for Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR)
In this episode hosts Christine Henning and Ralph Caspers take a relaxed approach to the «longest full moon in life» - adolescence - and give special advice to teens: What to do if you desperately want a tattoo but your mother won’t allow it? Problem solver Wolfman has some unusual ideas. Like for 15 year old Anna who should, as a self-experiment, speak up for poor people and thereby get some crazy ideas of her own.

Dream High
Korean Broadcasting System
South Korea
This show is about superstar hopefuls who enter into the fierce competition of the entertainment industry to get to the top. They all have flaws but draw on their talent and drive to overcome their shortcomings. While they receive the cold shoulder in the beginning, they work hard and turn naysayers into devoted supporters. The growth and rise of these «losers» will resonate with many young people and inspire hope. Following her father’s business failure, up-and-coming classical vocalist heroine ends up entering Kirin Arts High School after many twists and turns to discover the true world of music and dance.

JURIES for CHILDREN and YOUTH categories :

Barbara Uecker
Head of Programming and Acquisitions Children's TV / ABC, Australia

Sara Cabras
Programming & Acquisitions, RAI Raggazzi / RAI, Italy

Thomas Grond
Head of Children's Programming / Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen, Switzerland

Samer Jaber
Senior Producer & Director / Al Jazeera Children's Channel, Qatar

Maïa Tubiana
Senior Vice President & Executive Producer / Moonscoop, France

Source : http://www.rosedor.ch and Wikipedia
myoce said…

Hehehe...sorry so long I just wanted to brag LOL LOL !!

Mau nyombong :)
joongana said…
heheheh yah, i read few history information on the offic site you give onnie, and its too long bwahahah
but this is make me know more heehhe, Korea must make another daebakk drama like Dream High1, DH2 not really interesting like DH1, only girl that looking for handsome guy i think, at first its really boring, so im not continue watching it
myoce said…
Oh, Joongana...I haven't watched DH2 yet...maybe when it's finished ? hehe

Too bad it's not as good as the first, I wonder why...maybe too much music and not enuff drama ?

Ok, recommend a drama or music if there's some you think are great ^^

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