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Winners of the 37th Annual Daytime Entertainment Creative Arts Emmy Awards
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Winners of the 37th Annual Daytime Entertainment Creative Arts Emmy Awards


Winners of the 37th Annual Daytime Entertainment Creative Arts Emmy Awards

A few days back, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (a.k.a. NATAS) dished out trophies and recognition to the winners of the 37th Annual Daytime Entertainment Creative Arts Emmy Awards. The event recognizes outstanding achievement in all creative fields of daytime TV production during the 2009 calendar year, making specific note of cartoons, animated programs, and the networks that air them. PBS took home the most nods this year, with 15 wins. Nickelodeon followed with 11, and Disney, Ion, and The CW each walked away with one. Take a look at a partial list of winners:

New Approaches Daytime Children’s:
The Electric Company – PBS

Preschool Children’s Series:
Sesame Street – PBS

Special Class Animated Program:
SpongeBob SquarePants – Nickelodeon
And
Penguins of Madagascar – Nickelodeon

Performer in a Children’s Series:
Sesame Street PBS: Kevin Clash as Elmo
And
Sesame Street PBS: Joey Mazzarino as Stinky, Murray & Blogg

Performer in an Animated Program
The Wonder Pets! Nickelodeon: Eartha Kitt as Cool Cat

Writing in Animation
Back at the Barnyard Nickelodeon: Jed Spingarn (writer/producer); Tom Sheppard (writer); Dan Serafin (writer); Gene Grillo (writer/story editor)
And
Disney Phineas and Ferb Disney Channel: Antoine Guilbaud (writer); Kim Roberson (writer); Dan Povenmire (writer); Bobby Gaylor (writer)

Writing in a Children’s Series
Sesame Street PBS: Joey Mazzarino (head writer); Judy Freudberg (writer/head writer Elmo’s World); Belinda Ward (writer); John Weidman (writer); Luis Santeiro (writer); Emily Kingsley (writer); Christine Ferraro (writer); Annie Evans (writer); Molly Boylan (writer); Tony Geiss (writer)

Directing in an Animated Program
Fanboy and Chum Chum Nickelodeon: Jim Schumann (director); Brian Sheesley (director); Ginny McSwain (voice director)

Directing in a Children’s Series
Sesame Street PBS: Lisa Simon (director); Ken Diego (director); Kevin Clash (director); Nadine Zylstra (director); Joey Mazzarino (director); Scott Preston (director); Matt Vogel (director)


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