The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences honored Arbitron, Fox and PBS, among others, Thursday night at its 61st Annual Technology and Engineering Emmy Awards, reports B&C.
Arbitron was recognized for its audience measurement technology and Fox and PBS received honors for pioneering efforts in development and implementation of network distribution workflows for ATSC DTV development.
Comic legend Jerry Lewis was also honored for his work as an actor, writer and director, as well as his humanitarian work for Muscular Dystrophy, at the event, which was held in conjunction with the Consumer Electronics Show. .
A full list of winners can be found here.
— Allison J. Waldman