All Connected, Entertainment Experience, The Great British Property Scandal (pictured) and Supermodelme are among the non-fiction nominees at the International Digital Emmy Awards.
The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has unveiled nominees spanning 10 countries for the three categories – children & young people, digital program: fiction, and digital program: non-fiction.
The non-fiction nominees include Argentina’s All Connected, from New Sock and Channel 10 in Uruguay; the Netherlands’ Entertainment Experience, from FCCE and Ziggo; the UK’s The Great British Property Scandal from Tiger Aspect, The Project Factory, MySociety and Channel 4; and Singapore’s Supermodelme from Refinery Media, Tigergate and Mediacorp Channel 5.
MIPTV participants will be able to view all of the nominated programs at MIPCube. The winners will be presented at a ceremony on April 8 in Cannes.
“The 2013 Digital Emmy Award Nominees present a global snapshot of today’s most creative and well produced digital programming,” said Bruce L. Paisner, president and CEO of the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. “This year, we are delighted that they will be available for all MIPTV attendees to discover at MIPCube.”