Winners include TV Land, Nick at Nite, Zetools

HOLLYWOOD — The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced its 2005 Interactive Television Emmy Award winners.

The Emmy for program-specific enhanced or interactive TV went to TV Land, Nick at Nite and Zetools for their 2005 TV Land Awards “All Access Pass.” Feature gave viewers online access to 103 minutes of video moments from backstage, rehearsal and the red carpet, as well as trivia and games throughout the awards telecast.

The prize for non-program-specific enhances or interactive TV for a channel, network or service went to Cablevision for iO, its interactive optimum digital cable service.

Interactive Emmys are overseen by Brian Seth Hurst and Marcelino Ford-Livene, co-governors of the Academy’s interactive media peer group.

Winners will receive their awards at the Primetime Creative Arts Emmy ceremony on Sept. 11 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

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