The juried winners of Interactive Media Emmys. (Bravo, OWN, Nickelodeon, lizziebennet.com)
This morning the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Interactive Media Peer Group announced the juried winners for Creative Arts Emmys in the field of digital media programming. Walking away with awards were "Top Chef's" "Last Chance Kitchen" for Multiplatform Storytelling, "Oprah's Lifeclass" for Social TV Experience, the Nick App for User Experience and Visual Design, and "The Lizzie Bennet Diaries" for Original Interactive Program.
While some of these titles contain familiar names, the power of these creative projects is just beginning to permeate the public consciousness. So what are these award-winning interactive works? Let's break them down:
"Top Chef's" "Last Chance Kitchen"
Watch an introduction to "Last Chance Kitchen":
"Top Chef's" method is a unique take on viewer engagement. The "Last Chance Kitchen" series provides extra video content to fans of the show each week by having the most recently eliminated "TopRead More »from 'Top Chef's' 'Last Chance Kitchen,' 'Oprah's Lifeclass,' the Nick App, and 'The Lizzie Bennet Diaries' to Receive Interactive Media Emmys