The interactive media wing of the Television Academy gave out six juried Emmy awards during an event earlier this week at the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre.

The event provided awards for Outstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media, divided across four categories. Out of those, two actually managed to have more than one winner this year, with the Interactive Media Peer Group identifying excellence with the interactive platforms.

Discovery Channel’s Skywire Live with NikWallenda won for multiplatform storytelling, which HBO managed to walk away with an award with Game of Thrones Viewer Guide. It shared the victory alongside Comcast and its Xfinity platform, which utilizes the X1 set-top box.

Joseph Gordon Levitt’s HitRecord on TV managed to walk away with the social TV experience category, alongside Live From Space, a program produced by the National Geographic Channel.

Finally, one independent production also managed to come away with an award. Just a Reflektor is a short film produced to support the latest album from The Arcade Fire, Reflektor. It was a collaborative effort between AATOAA, Unit 9 and Google Creative Lab.

In addition, former IMPG co-governor Lori H. Schwartz was awarded the Digerati Award, which was renamed the Lucy Hood Digerati Award after the former TV Academy president/COO who passed away earlier in the year.

The statuettes for each of these awards will be given out next week during the Creative Arts Emmy Awards next week, where a similar award for Outstanding Interactive Program will be given out Nominees for this award include HBO’s Game of Thrones Facebook premiere, the digital experience for The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, and the late night comedy quiz show @midnight, which airs on Comedy Central.

Congrats to all the winners, and here’s hoping that you’re in for some repeat wins next year. It certainly never hurts to try, now does it

Source: Variety