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The Phone, Mona Lisa Curse and Ascent of Money pick up International Emmy award

The International Emmy Awards were handed out in New York City Monday evening, recognizing the best in TV programming that was produced outside of the U.S. The Phone, a format created by Netherlands-based Park Lane Productions, picked up the International Emmy for Best Non-Scripted Entertainment. The Mona Lisa Curse, produced by Oxford Film & Television for Channel 4, won the Arts Programming category and The Ascent of Money, produced by Chimerica Productions for Channel 4 and based on Niall Ferguson's book of the same name, won the Best Documentary honor. David Frost was awarded the Founders Award recognizing lifetime achievement.
November 24, 2009

The International Emmy Awards were handed out in New York City Monday evening, recognizing the best in TV programming that was produced outside of the U.S. The Phone, a format created by Netherlands-based Park Lane Productions, picked up the International Emmy for Best Non-Scripted Entertainment. The Mona Lisa Curse, produced by Oxford Film & Television for Channel 4, won the Arts Programming category and The Ascent of Money, produced by Chimerica Productions for Channel 4 and based on Niall Ferguson’s book of the same name, won the Best Documentary honor. David Frost was awarded the Founders Award recognizing lifetime achievement.

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