Jury concerned over serial portrayal of women and children

Entertainment 2021-09-01

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  • The State Television Awards Jury is deeply concerned about the misrepresentation of women and children in television series.

  • Channels need to be more responsible for television series and comedy shows as a medium for family members to watch together.

  • The committee recommended that a preliminary screening committee be set up as many non-standard entries are coming.

The State Television Awards Jury is deeply concerned about the misrepresentation of women and children in television series. Channels need to be more responsible for television series and comedy shows as a medium for family members to watch together.

The committee recommended that a preliminary screening committee be set up as many non-standard entries are coming. In order to attract more diverse and quality works of art, the State Television Awards should be revised in a timely manner to bring all non-cinematic scenes under one umbrella as a non-film category.

The award platform should be expanded to include new media works, web series, canvas images, and advertising images subject to certain criteria. The prize money should be increased in a timely manner as increasing the award amount in all categories will lead to better works.

A total of 39 entries were received in the story category. It received six entries in the teleserial category, 14 in the telefilm category, 11 in the TV show entertainment category, and eight in the comedy category. R. Sarath is also the chairman. Harish, Lenakumar, Suresh Pothuval, Jeethu Kolayad, Chalachithra Academy Member Secretary C. The award was decided by a jury consisting of Ajoy and members.

The non-fiction jury found that the entries had all the limitations of the large number of visual media workers who were unable to exit during the closure. The committee, chaired by Sanju Surendran, said the award should be revised to include those presented on social media and websites. The jury, chaired by Dr. K Gopinathan, said the lack of television-themed works should be taken seriously.

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