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Best of the Web: Performing Arts » Awards » Television & Radio

  • An excellent Emmy winners and nominees database from 1949 to the present. Also has selected interviews from its Archive of American Television, an oral and video history project to document radio and television history, with over 150 videos completed so far. Full-text articles from the current issue of Emmy Magazine are also here.
  • Online almanac listing awards for organizations without a web presence.
  • As a foundation for communications policy and research, the site includes current communications news, the Open Studio (offering Internet access and training to artists and nonprofit arts organizations) and a Best Practices Toolkit to help non-profits use communications technologies more effectively.
  • Britian's awards for film, television, children's entertainment, and interactive media. Winners and nominees for past year only.
  • Official website for the private nonprofit broadcasting organization. Includes online public broadcasting directory, funding and grant writing help, public programming information available. Research reports also available on a wide range of public broadcasting subjects.
  • Official website of the Emmy awards. Excellent Emmy winners and nominees database from 1949 to the present.
  • Hollywood Foreign Press Association entertainment awards. Database of nominees and winners since 1944. Also included is list a past winners of the Cecil B.DeMille award. Easy to use.
  • A variety of awards for excellence in radio, including the Marconi, the Crystal, the National Radio Award, and the Broadcasting Hall of Fame awards. All past and current winners listed.
  • The Peabody Awards recognize distinguished achievement and meritorious public service by radio and television networks, stations, producing organizations, cable television organizations and individuals. Searchable by year, title, producing organization, city and key word.

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