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Quadruple Congratulations on Four “Blue Panthers” for the ProSiebenSat.1 Group

Munich, June 11, 2011. Four productions and artists at ProSiebenSat.1 TV Deutschland GmbH won the "Blue Panther" award yesterday evening, at the 23rd Bavarian Television Prize ceremony at the Prinzregententheater in Munich. Actor Vladimir Burlakov received the Best Young Actor prize for his performance as Marco W. in the major SAT.1 TV event, "Marco W. - 247 Tage im türkischen Gefängnis." "An outstanding performance by a young talent who arouses high expectations for the future," said the enthusiastic jury. Henning Baum won Best Actor in a Series for his role in SAT.1's "Der letzte Bulle." An extract from the jury's reasons: "Crackling repartee, temperament, a rough exterior and a soft heart create a 'Don Johnson of Rüttenscheid,' every facet of whom Henning Baum makes unmistakable and engaging through his accomplished acting." Scriptwriters Stefan Scheich and Robert Dannenberg were recognized for their "successful implementation" of the series concept for "Der letzte Bulle" (SAT.1), which they conceived while they were still in film school. The jury had special praise for "a well-orchestrated, lively ensemble of authentic and lovable characters, (…) fast-paced dialogue, pithy repartee, comedy of situation, and (…) credible worlds of feeling and life." Music journalist and TV host Markus Kavka received the Bavarian Television Prize for his "outstanding series" on the life and work of heavy metal singer Ozzy Osbourne, in the kabel eins entertainment series "Number One!" The jury said: "He believably communicates his love of music and musicians to the viewer. His research and questions show his enthusiasm, yet he never loses the necessary distance." Said Andreas Bartl, the Executive Board Member for German TV at the ProSiebenSat.1 Group: "I want to congratulate our winners heartily on their Bavarian Television Prizes. It's an honor for our stations, and a privilege to work with such gifted artists and authors. In Vladimir Burlakov we discovered an exceptional talent; Henning Baum plays the 'letzte Bulle' so soulfully that we laugh with him and find him moving at the same time. That's certainly also an achievement of the wonderful writers Stefan Scheich and Robert Dannenberg, who have not only created believable characters, but dialogue that has no equal today for wit and depth.  Last but not least, we're also delighted for Markus Kavka, who speaks the language of the great rock stars, and has thus created outstanding music documentaries for us on 'Number One!'" And one more award: At yesterday's "Festival de Télévision" in Monte Carlo, Annette Frier won the "Golden Nymph" for Best Actress in a TV Comedy Series for her role in "Danni Lowinski" (SAT.1). How to Reach Us:
ProSiebenSat.1 TV Deutschland GmbH
Communications / PR
Corporate Communications
Dagmar Brandau
Phone: +49/89/9507-2185 Communications / PR Fiction
Anette Schmidt
Phone: +49/89/9507-1191

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