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Golden Bell Awards
 

 

 

The Golden Bell Awards, Taiwan’s equivalent of the Emmy Awards, were founded in 1965 with the aim of  promoting Taiwanese radio broadcasting and recognizing excellent radio programs. After 1970, the annual awards also started considering television productions.

Currently, the annual presentation ceremonies for television and radio broadcasting awards are held separately in October.

These prestigious awards are one of the three major annual awards presented in Taiwan, along with the Golden Melody Awards for music and the Golden Horse Awards for movies and films.

 

Program Awards

  • Best Television Series
  • Best Television Mini-series/TV Movie
  • Best Educational and Cultural Program
  • Best Children Program
  • Best Science Program
  • Best Travel Program
  • Best Variety Program
  • Best Entertainment Variety Program
  • Best Animation Program
  • Best Marketing Program
  • Best Advertising Campaign

 

Individual Awards

  • Best Leading Actress in a Television Series
  • Best Leading Actor in a Television Series
  • Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series
  • Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series
  • Best Leading Actress in a Mini-series/TV movie
  • Best Leading Actor in a Mini-series/TV movie
  • Best Supporting Actress in a Mini-series/TV movie
  • Best Supporting Actor in a Mini-series/TV movie
  • Best Directing for a Television Series
  • Best Directing for a Mini-series/TV movie
  • Best Directing for Non-Drama Program
  • Best Writing for a Television Series
  • Best Writing for a Mini-series/TV movie
  • Best Host in a Children Program
  • Best Host in a Travel Program
  • Best Host in a Variety Program
  • Best Host in an Entertainment Variety Program
  • Best Cinematography
  • Best Film Editing
  • Best Sound Effects
  • Best Lighting Award
  • Best Art and Design Award
  • Creative Award
  • Special Award

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