Australian public service broadcaster SBS will receive the Global Outstanding Achievement Award at Canada's Banff Television Festival in June. The festival will also feature a Salute to Germany, focusing on the
Australian public service broadcaster SBS will receive the Global Outstanding Achievement Award at Canada's Banff Television Festival in June. The festival will also feature a Salute to Germany, focusing on the country's production, broadcasting, influence of new media, response to convergence and role in the European regulatory environment. Dick Wolf, who created and executive produced shows including Hill Street Blues and Miami Vice, will receive the festival's Award of Excellence 2000, and actress and comedienne Tracey Ullman will be presented with the Sir Peter Ustinov Comedy Network Award for 2000.