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When an event celebrates its 60th anniversary, one might say it has reached the age of reason, an age when it looks back over its history, an apt time for change.
Having now become unmissable, it displays great assuredness and naturally commands recognition for its success.
Such is the Monte-Carlo Television Festival. The oldest and most noble meeting of the world's television industry has become a permanent feature of the international audiovisual landscape.
It is the event studios prepare for, talent look forward to and fans aspire to attend.
It has grown with each passing generation, moved in time with the industry, and transformed with the advent of new technologies.
The Monte-Carlo Television Festival has made time its ally. Developing over the years, providing a fitting stage for studios and production companies, welcoming digital platforms, while reaching out to the public to promote programs and advance the interests of the industry.
Truly establishing itself as the vital link between creators and viewers.
There have been six decades of competition, thousands of fiction and news programs screened, awards presented, winners named, Golden Nymphs bestowed, talent honored and miles of red carpet.
Even if in 2020, for the first time in 60 years, the Monte-Carlo Television Festival has not been able to roll out its red carpet, unveil its line-up of international stars, nor welcome you for this very special week, the 2021 edition will be even more special with the competition's reform, which will undoubtedly bring a whole new dimension to the Festival.
When an event marks its 60th anniversary, it has earned a place in history.
The Monte-Carlo Television Festival has done so in style.
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Originally created by Prince Rainier III of Monaco, and now under the Honorary Presidency of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, the Monte-Carlo Television Festival has become the The Not-to-be-Missed TV event for the entire television industry.