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1st Primetime Emmy Awards

 

1st Primetime Emmy Awards

1st Primetime Emmy Awards
Date January 25, 1949
Location Hollywood Athletic Club, Los Angeles, California
Host Walter O'Keefe
Television/Radio coverage
Network KTSL

The 1st Annual Emmy Awards, retroactively known as the 1st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards after the debut of the Daytime Emmys, were presented at the Hollywood Athletic Club in Los Angeles, California on January 25, 1949. Only shows produced in Los Angeles County, California and aired in the Los Angeles media market were eligible to win. The awards were hosted by Walter O'Keefe who substituted for Rudy Vallee when he had to leave town at the last minute.

Contents

  • Nominations and winners 1
    • Programs 1.1
    • Hosting 1.2
      • Special Award 1.2.1
      • Station Award 1.2.2
      • Technical Award 1.2.3
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Nominations and winners

[1]

Programs

Most Popular Television Program Best Film Made for Television
  • Pantomime Quiz, (KTLA)
    • Armchair Detective, (KTLA)
    • Don Lee Music Hall, (KTLA)
    • Felix De Cola Show, (KTLA)
    • Judy Splinters, (KTLA)
    • Mabel's Fables, (KTLA)
    • Masked Spooner, (KTLA)
    • Treasure of Literature, (KTLA)
    • Tuesday Varieties, (KTLA)
    • What's the Name of that Song, (KTLA)
  • The Necklace (Your Show Time Series)
    • Christopher Columbus
    • Hollywood Brevities
    • It Could Happen To You
    • Tell Tale Heart
    • Time Signal

Hosting

Most Outstanding Television Personality

Special Award

McManus was presented with a plaque as an award instead of a copy of the very statue which he was being honored for.

Station Award

  • KTLA for outstanding overall performance in 1948.

Technical Award

  • Charles Mesak and Don Lee for Phasefader.

References

  1. ^ "1949 Primetime Emmy Awards".  

External links

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