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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