Miguel Bosé and Alicia Keys are among six music acts to be honored at the Grupo Prisa's Premios Ondas 2007.

The winners were announced in Barcelona on Oct. 26, and the awards will be presented at the televised 54th Premios Ondas gala in that city's Gran Teatre del Liceo opera house on Dec. 4.

Bosé won best album award for "Papito" (Warner Spain) and the best Spanish artist award. The singer is celebrating his 30-year career with the most successful of his 21 albums to date; "Papito" topped the charts in Spain, Mexico and Italy for several weeks following its May release, and global sales top 1 million, says Warner Spain.

The album is a selection of Bosé's songs from the past 30 years, performed with artists such as Shakira, Juanes, Alejandro Sanz, Paulina Rubio, Ricky Martin and Julieta Venegas.

"The award is for the modernisation of the greatest songs of his career, but surpassing the usual 'greatest hits' concept," says the special jury of music industry experts and TV and radio show presenters that selected the awards.
Alicia Keys wins the jury's "special mention" award. She is one of three acts so far confirmed to perform live at the gala, together with Andrea Corr and Mexico-based Spanish band La 5ª Estación (Sony BMG), which won best Latin group award.

Singer Antonio Carmona won best song award for "Para Que Tú No Llores" (Universal). The jury notes that Carmona began "a brilliant solo path after his career with the [flamenco-pop] group Ketama".

The Fray took best international group award. Heroes del Silencio will receive a special jury prize; the rockers' 10-gig comeback tour 10 years after splitting ends in Valencia, Spain, on Oct. 27 before 100,000 people.

A total of 24 prizes were awarded in categories covering cinema, TV, radio, music, and radio advertising. In the national radio category, public Radio Nacional de España (RNE) classical music program Conciertos de Radio Clásica won the "best coverage of an event" award.

Nearly 700 candidatures were received from 24 countries. Prisa is Spain's biggest media group, and includes the country's biggest radio group, Cadena SER, which includes the most popular music network, Los 40 Principales. It also owns music PPV TV station 40 Latino, national TV station Cuatro, PPV TV Canal +, and top selling daily El País.