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38th Daytime Emmy Awards

38th Daytime Emmy Awards
Date June 19, 2011
Location Las Vegas
Host Wayne Brady
Television/Radio coverage
Network CBS[1]
Producer Associated Television International
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The 38th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards was held on June 19, 2011, and broadcast on the CBS network live from Las Vegas. Pre-Nominations were announced on February 25.[2][3] Nominations were announced on May 11.[4][5] It was hosted by Wayne Brady. Pat Sajak and Alex Trebek both received a Lifetime Achievement Award.[6]

Contents

  • Nominations and winners 1
    • Programs 1.1
    • Acting 1.2
    • Hosting 1.3
    • Production 1.4
    • Special Awards 1.5
    • Outstanding Sound Editing - Live Action and Animation 1.6
    • Outstanding Music Direction and Composition 1.7
    • Outstanding Animated Program 1.8
    • Outstanding Performer In An Animated Program 1.9
    • Outstanding Casting for an Animated Series 1.10
    • Outstanding Writing in Animation 1.11
    • Lifetime Achievement Awards 1.12
    • Special tributes 1.13
  • References 2

Nominations and winners

The following is a partial list of nominees and winners. Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.[7][8][9]

Programs

Outstanding Drama Series Outstanding Game/Audience Participation Show

A first place tie was recorded in this category

Outstanding Talk Show-Entertainment Outstanding Talk Show-Informative
  • The Dr. Oz Show (Syndicated) (Mindy Borman, Co-Executive Producer - Amy Chiaro, Senior Supervising Producer - Laurie J. Rich, Supervising Producers -Beryl Holness, Susan Wagner, Michele Wasserman, Eric Beesemyer, Mehmet Oz, Terence Noonan, Matthew J. Strauss, Producers - Cassandra Marshall, Ann Varney, Laura Swalm, Scott Starr, Barbara Simon, Lisa Semel, Stefanie Schwartz, Carly Rosenberg, Geoff Rosen, Stacy Rader, Christopher E. Martin, Allison Markowitz, Lindsey Kotler, Alyse Mandel Kenny, Nicole Giambrone, Kirk Fernandes, Dan Durkin, Cathy Daniel, Cali Alpert, Rosalyn Menon, Line Producer - Jon Coniglio)
Outstanding Morning Program Outstanding Lifestyle Program
Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program Outstanding Culinary Program

Acting

Outstanding Lead Performance in a Drama Series
Actor Actress
Outstanding Supporting Performance in a Drama Series
Actor Actress
Outstanding Performance by a Younger Artist in a Drama Series
Actor Actress

Hosting

Outstanding Game Show Host Outstanding Talk Show Host

A first place tie was recorded in this category

Outstanding Lifestyle/Culinary Host  

Production

Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team

A first place tie was recorded in this category

Special Awards

New Approaches - Daytime Entertainment
Outstanding Achievement for a Casting Director For A Drama Series
Outstanding Original Song for a Drama Series
Outstanding Special Class Short Format Daytime

Outstanding Sound Editing - Live Action and Animation

Outstanding Music Direction and Composition

Outstanding Animated Program

Outstanding Performer In An Animated Program

Outstanding Casting for an Animated Series

Outstanding Writing in Animation

Lifetime Achievement Awards

Special tributes

References

  1. ^ http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2011/03/21/the-38th-annual-daytime-emmy-awards-to-be-broadcast-live-sunday-june-19-on-cbs/86444
  2. ^ Emmyonline.org
  3. ^ 38th Annual Daytime Emmy Pre-Nominations Announced – Shocking Omissions
  4. ^ PBS Leads Daytime Emmy Award Nominations With 57, 'General Hospital' Leads Soaps
  5. ^ 2011 Daytime Emmy Award nominations: 'General Hospital' leads with 21
  6. ^ Pat Sajak and Alex Trebek to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award
  7. ^ "38th Daytime Emmy Award Nominations".  
  8. ^ "38th Daytime Emmy Award Winners".  
  9. ^ "38th Daytime Emmy Award - Creative Arts Emmy Winners".  
  10. ^ http://www.venicetheseries.com/bios/production/kim-turrisi/
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