Emmy Awards Takes User-Generated Submissions
Los Angeles-based MySpace and the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences said today that they will take submission--from anyone with an Internet connection and a camera--for the Broadband Emmy Awards. The Broadband Emmy Awards will allow for the submission of any user-generated content for consideration in the Emmy awards. MySpace and the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences said that they will allow video producers and filmmakers to submit their user-generated content for consideration through a MySpace profile. The videos will be rated and a "2007 Broadband Emmy Award" presented in a number of categories. The Emmy Awards included the broadband awards for the first time last year. MySpace will be the exclusive online partner of the Broadband Emmy Awards submissions.
posted on Monday, January 8, 2007
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