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December 12th 2014
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Asian Television Award winners

Three ACTF supported productions have won awards at the 19th Asian Television Awards.

Bushwhacked! – Series 2 produced by Mint Pictures, won the Award for ‘Best Children’s Programme’.

The Flamin' Thongs produced by Media World & Red Dog Bites, won for ‘Best 2D Animated Programme‘.

As well as these the ABC-CCTV co-production Hoopla Doopla! which was produced by Beyond Productions and Content Media, received a Highly Commended for ‘Best Preschool Programme’.

“Huge congratulations to Mint Pictures and MediaWorld and Red Dog Bites for their Awards last night.  It is wonderful that they, and all the other Australian productions that received nominations, have received this international recognition and honour.  We are so proud of these shows, and it demonstrates how strongly our Australian children’s television industry is performing internationally,” said Jenny Buckland, CEO of the ACTF.

Worst Year of My Life, Again!, produced by the ACTF and Reflective Pictures, Wacky World Beaters, produced by Active TV and Nowhere Boys, produced by Matchbox Pictures were also finalists in the ‘Best Children’s Programme’ category.

The Asian Television Awards recognise excellence in programming, production and performance and is the television industry's most significant event in Asia.

The winners were announced at an awards gala ceremony in Singapore on 11 December 2014.

Visit the Asian Television Awards website for the full list of winners.

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