List of American television awards

This list of American television awards is an index to articles about notable awards that are or were given by several organizations for contributions in various fields of television in the United States.

1994 Emmys

GeneralEdit

Award Sponsor Notes
Annie Awards ASIFA-Hollywood Best animated programming in television, film, and multimedia.
Critics' Choice Television Award Broadcast Television Journalists Association Best in television[1]
Game Show Awards Wilshire Theatre in Beverly Hills, California Presented once, on Saturday, June 6, 2009[2]
Genesis Awards Humane Society of the United States To individuals in the major news and entertainment media for producing outstanding works which raise public awareness of animal issues.[3]
Global TV Demand Awards Parrot Analytics Most popular TV shows in the world.[4][5][6][7]
GLAAD Media Awards GLAAD Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation Outstanding representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and the issues that affect their lives.[8]
Golden Collar Awards Dog News Daily Best canine actors[9]
Golden Globe Awards Hollywood Foreign Press Association Excellence in film, both American and International, and in American television[10]
Humanitas Prize Humanitas Prize Film and television writing promoting human dignity, meaning and freedom.[11]
Iris Award National Association of Television Program Executives American awards for local television programming excellence[12]
MTV Movie & TV Awards MTV Popularity in film and television[13][14][15]
National Reality Television Awards IEG Global and National Media Group The best in Reality TV[16]
Peabody Award University of Georgia Distinguished achievement and meritorious public service by television and radio stations, networks, producing organizations, individuals, and the World Wide Web[17]
Soap Opera Digest Awards Soap Opera Digest magazine Excellence in the soap opera genre[18]
Soapy Awards Soap Opera Digest magazine (Defunct)[18]
Television Academy Honors Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Television programming that inspires, informs, motivates and even has the power to change lives[19]
Young Artist Awards Young Artist Association Excellence of youth performers[20][21][22][23]
2013 Young Hollywood Awards Penske Media Corp. (Variety magazine) Various categories[24][25]
Women in Film & Video-DC Women of Vision Awards Women in Film and Television International DC chapter Women's creative and technical achievements in media[26]
Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards Women in Film and Television International LA chapter Excellence in entertainment[27]

Emmy awardsEdit

An Emmy Award is an American award that recognizes excellence in the television industry. Three related, but separate, organizations present the Emmy Award: the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS), the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS), and the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (IATAS).[28] Awards include:

News and informationEdit

Award Sponsor Notes
Edward R. Murrow Award (Washington State University) Edward R. Murrow College of Communication of Washington State University Commitment to excellence that exemplifies the career of Edward R. Murrow[29]
Edward Murrow Award (Overseas Press Club of America) Overseas Press Club Best television interpretation or documentary on international affairs[30]
Edward R. Murrow Award (Radio Television Digital News Association) Radio Television Digital News Association Outstanding achievements in electronic journalism[31]
News & Documentary Emmy Awards National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Excellence in American national news and documentary programming[32]
NAACP Image Award for Outstanding News, Talk or Information – Special NAACP Outstanding News, Talk or Information (special)[33][34][35][36]
NAACP Image Award for Outstanding News, Talk or Information – Series NAACP Outstanding News, Talk or Information (series)[33][34][35][36]

TechnicalEdit

Award Sponsor Notes
Cinema Audio Society Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Movie or Limited Series Cinema Audio Society Sound mixing[37]
Cinema Audio Society Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series – Half Hour Cinema Audio Society Sound mixing[37]
Cinema Audio Society Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series – One Hour Cinema Audio Society Sound mixing[37]
Golden Reel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Dialogue and ADR for Episodic Long Form Broadcast Media Motion Picture Sound Editors Dubbing, mixing, or re-recording[38]
Hollywood Post Alliance Award for Outstanding Color Grading - Television Hollywood Professional Association Color grading[39]
Hollywood Post Alliance Award for Outstanding Editing - Television (30 Minutes and Under) Hollywood Professional Association Editing[39]
Hollywood Post Alliance Award for Outstanding Editing - Television (Over 30 Minutes) Hollywood Professional Association Editing[39]
Hollywood Post Alliance Award for Outstanding Sound - Television Hollywood Professional Association Sound[39]
Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Outstanding achievement in technical or engineering development[40]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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