Saturday, April 20, 2024
Subscribe Now

Voice Of The Crew - Since 2002

Los Angeles, California

HomeAwardsTV Academy Celebrates 65th Primetime Emmy Engineering Awards

TV Academy Celebrates 65th Primetime Emmy Engineering Awards

-

65th Primetime Emmy Engineering Award winners, from left. Top row: Michelle Munson, Serban Simu, Eliot Mack, Philip Mass, Marc Madnick, Felix Krueckels, Sarah Shahi, Philipp Lawo, Herbert Lemcke, Jason Gaedtke, Steve Walter and Wendy Aylsworth. Bottom row: Daniel Sennheiser, Andreas Sennheiser, June Lockhart, Chris Cookson, John Kline and Mark Ethier. (Photo courtesy of AP/Invision).
65th Primetime Emmy Engineering Award winners, from left. Top row: Michelle Munson, Serban Simu, Eliot Mack, Philip Mass, Marc Madnick, Felix Krueckels, Sarah Shahi, Philipp Lawo, Herbert Lemcke, Jason Gaedtke, Steve Walter and Wendy Aylsworth. Bottom row: Daniel Sennheiser, Andreas Sennheiser, June Lockhart, Chris Cookson, John Kline and Mark Ethier. (Photo courtesy of AP/Invision).

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences celebrated the 65th Primetime Emmy Engineering Awards at the Loews Hollywood Hotel in Hollywood Wednesday night. The event was hosted by Sarah Shahi of CBSPerson of Interest.

The Academy awarded a total of seven Engineering Emmy awards, including the Philo T. Farnsworth Award to Sennheiser Electronic Corporation; the Charles F. Jenkins Lifetime Achievement Award to Chris Cookson; Engineering Emmys for YouTube, Aspera’s FASP Transport Technology, Josh Kline for creating Digital Dailies, iZoptop RX Audio Repair Technology and Previzion Virtual Studio System (Lightcraft Technology); as well as two Engineering Plaques awarded to Lawo AG for its audio networking and routing system and Final Draft Screenwriting Software.

- Advertisment -

Popular

Beowulf and 3-D

0
By Henry Turner Beowulf in 3D is a unique experience, raising not just questions about future of cinema, but also posing unique problems that the...