Call for entries open for international digital Emmys

The Emmy Awards may be over for this year, but
the door is already opening for 2011.

The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences today
began accepting entries for the 2011 International Digital Emmy Awards. These
are awards meant to recognize excellence in content that is created on
non-traditional platforms, such as the Internet, mobile products and
interactive TV. The content must originate outside of the U.S.

There are three categories to the awards:

Digital Program: Children & Young People
Digital Program: Fiction
Digital Program: Non-Fiction

This year’s awards went to the U.K.’s “Primeval Evolved” for
Fiction, New Zealand’s “Reservoir Hill” in the Children and Young People
category and “Digital Revolution” – also from the U.K. – for Non-Fiction.

Entry forms are available at the Academy’s Website.

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