Patrolling, by Jalis de la Serna and ‘Zazza, the Italian’, awarded at the FesTVal Lanzarote Awards

Patrolling, by Jalis de la Serna and ‘Zazza, the Italian’, awarded at the FesTVal Lanzarote Awards
Patrolling, by Jalis de la Serna and ‘Zazza, the Italian’, awarded at the FesTVal Lanzarote Awards

Patrolling continues to reap successes. Lanzarote’s FesTVal Awards give a prize to Jalis de la Serna and ‘Zazza the Italian’for the program, one of the most important on laSexta. This has been announced by the festival’s own organization, considering that the program combines “two ways of generating content in a format that shows the essence of reporting “street reporting in its purest form.”

The organization also highlighted that Apatrullando shows “everyday moments as well as exciting and tense situations”; a program hosted by “the best possible tandem”: Jalis de la Serna, as a benchmark in reporting, and ‘Zazza, the Italian’, as a YouTube content creator.

With this award, the programme continues with a dream first season. Apatrullando has been the best premiere of laSexta since 2020 and now it manages to take home its first award with its last programme still to air, which will take place in Paris, on the occasion of the celebration of the Olympic Games.

FesTVal Lanzarote Awards Ceremony

The Gran Hotel Arrecife will be the scene this coming Saturday, July 6 (8:00 p.m.) of the presentation of the First edition of the FesTVal Lanzarote Awards as the closing of the Meetings FesTVal Lanzarote conferences that are taking place this week on the island. The awards aim to recognise the career of professionals in the audiovisual sector as well as the impact and significance of outstanding television formats on the current scene.

During the gala, the Inocente, Inocente Foundation, established in 1995, will also be awarded for carrying out activities to benefit children within Spanish territory. Every year it promotes the Inocente, Inocente gala on television, the aim of which is to raise awareness in society and funds for supporting different needs of children through a television format that has been entertaining audiences for decades.

A Mariola Cubells, Renowned journalist and communicator who supports the audiovisual sector unconditionally with her work as a television analyst on programmes such as ‘La Ventana’ on Cadena SER, and demonstrating her talent in books such as ‘¿Y tú qué miras’ and ‘Mejor que nunca’.

To the TV Academy, for being unique meeting point for dialogue, reflection and alliances in the Spanish audiovisual sector, giving a voice to the professionals and the various operators in our country. Public and private television stations, audiovisual platforms, management entities and representatives of all trades in the sector participate in it.

Also to Jaume Banacolocha, CEO of Diagonal TV, Banijay Company, one of the main television producers in our country, responsible for such iconic and successful series as ‘Isabel’, ‘The Gypsy Bride‘, ‘La catedral del mar’ or ‘Amar es para siempre’. His impeccable career has been characterized by contributing his knowledge of the medium and knowing how to adapt to changes and reinvent himself with daily series such as ‘Dreams of liberty’which is currently successful on Antena 3, or ‘Regreso a las Sabinas’, which will be the first daily series on a platform, in this case Disney+.

Also, in this delivery you will receive your Radio Televisión Canaria award for the 25th anniversary of its television network. On August 21, 1999, at 1:00 p.m., the Canary Islands’ regional television began its journey by narrating the island’s reality. A quarter of a century telling the Canary Islanders, in their own voice, everything that happens in their closest surroundings, without losing sight of what happens outside the Islands.

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