Emmy

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an annual award by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for outstanding achievements in television

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Two CalCPA members carried the results for the 55th annual Emmy Awards down the red carpet at show time.
The secretariat of the 2002 International Emmy Awards made the announcement, citing Ebisawa for the Directorate Award at a news conference at MIP TV in Cannes, France.
At the seventh Primetime Emmys in 1955, NBC became the first major network to win a Sports Emmy Award for its series, the Gillette Cavalcade of Sports.
While at ABC, Shapiro received a George Polk Award, two Emmy awards and an Investigative Reporter and Editors award.
The Emmy Award was presented to the five partner companies at a ceremony held in conjunction with the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on January 8.
This most recent Emmy Award is DIRECTV's third Emmy for interactive content and sixth Emmy overall.
The award presented to Panasonic last night was the 14th Emmy Award received by the company.
Even those videos not chosen for a scholarship may be entered directly into the Emmy Award competitions at http://www.
com, the premier movie and entertainment Web site, announced today that it will partner with Universal Studios Hollywood to launch an online poll of "Top 10 All Time Emmy Favorites" in celebration of the Emmy Awards 2000(R).
Palace Sports and Entertainment (PS&E) Network Services has received local Emmy Award nominations in three categories for the year 2000: Sports Play by Play (for Detroit Pistons basketball), Educational & Instructional (for The Pistons Weekly television program) and Program Segment (for their segment featuring Jerry Stackhouse).
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) released the list of nominees in the Science, Technology & Engineering for Broadband & Personal Television categories today, and will announce the Emmy Award winners at the opening night ceremony of the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) on January 8, 2007, in Las Vegas.
Since its inception in 1990, KCAL-TV's news department -- the most ambitious of any local television station in the country -- has now received a total of 200 Los Angeles Area Emmy Award nominations, holding the record over the last three years.
Hosted by LeVar Burton, "Reading Rainbow" took home its fifth Emmy Award for "Outstanding Achievement in Directing in a Children's Series" (awarded to Directors Mark Mannucci and Ed Wiseman).
Siegel's company also makes the Emmy Award for the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences on Lankershim Boulevard.