Digital wins at Creative Arts Emmys and Interactive Awards

Digital represented at the annual Creative Arts Emmys on Sep 8-9 and the Television Academy’s Interactive Media Peer Group Celebration of Excellence on August 29.

Creative Arts Awards

The Creative Arts Awards on September 8-9 recognized dozens of Emmys categories not televised at the Emmys on September 19.

INTERACTIVE CATEGORY WINNERS

Interactive Program: Last Week Tonight With John Oliver • HBO

Original Interactive Program: NASA JPL: Cassini’s Grand Finale • YouTube • NASA JPL.
Congrats Stephanie Smith, who spoke at our Digital LA – Space Tech panel!

Creative Achievement In Interactive Media Within A Scripted Program
Westworld • Chaos Takes Control Interactive Experience • HBO • HBO, Kilter Films, Bad Robot

Nominees were recognized at the Television Academy IMPG Celebration of Excellence (photo below)

 

Creative Achievement In Interactive Media Within An Unscripted Program
CONAN Without Borders • TBS • Team Coco Digital/Conaco (WINNER)

Nominees were recognized at the Television Academy IMPG Celebration of Excellence (photo below)

 

DIGITAL PLATFORMS

Casting For A Comedy Series: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel • Prime Video • Amazon Studios

Production Design For A Narrative Contemporary Program (One Hour Or More):The Handmaid’s Tale • Seeds •

Television Movie: Netflix – Black Mirror: USS Callister

Documentary or Non-Fiction Series: Netflix: Wild Wild Country

Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series: Vimeo: Break A Hip

Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (One Hour): Netflix -The Crown

Casting For A Drama Series: Netflix – The Crown

Period Costumes: Netflix – The Crown, Dear Mrs. Kennedy

Variety Special (Pre-Recorded): Netflix: Dave Chappelle: Equanimity

Animated Program: Rick and Morty

Television Academy IMPG Celebration of Excellence

The Television Academy Interactive Media Peer Group Celebration of Excellence recognized nominees and winners in interactive categories on August 29 at the Television Academy HQ in North Hollywood.

TV IMPG co-governors Lori Schwartz and Marc Johnson hosted the evenings events.

Seth Shapiro, former co-governor, won the Lucy Hood Digerati Award, which recognizes outstanding contributions to digital

Television Academy officer wore Star Trek shirts in honor of Star Trek winning awards at the Creative Arts Emmys.


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