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.