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Streaming Shows Score Trophies at Daytime Emmy Awards

DreamWorks, Netflix, Amazon among those scoring multiple trophies. 

It was a good night for DreamWorks Animation Television, Netflix and Amazon Studios at the 2018 Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, announced April 27.

Tom Kenny took home the Emmy for performer in an animated program for his performance as SpongeBob on Nick’s SpongeBob SquarePants, which also won for children’s animated series.

DreamWorks scored well in the sound mixing and sound editing categories, with All Hail King Julien: Exiled taking both categories for animation and Dinotrux winning both categories for preschool animated series.

Amazon Studios’ Tumble Leaf earned two awards for the studio, while, Danger & Eggs won a trophy as well.

The winners in animation related categories:

  • Performer in an Animated Program: Tom Kenny as SpongeBob SquarePants - SpongeBob SquarePants
  • Casting for an Animated Series or Special: Elena of Avalor
  • Individual Achievement in Animation:
    • Marie Thorhauge Torslev, Production Designer - Through the Woods
    • Steve C. Meyers, Background Layout Artist - Puppy Dog Pals
    • Tom Caulfield, Storyboard Artist - Tangled: The Series
    • Michelle Park, Color Designer - Star vs. the Forces of Evil
    • Robyn Yannoukos, Colorist - Tumble Leaf
  • Writing in a Preschool Animated Program: Octonauts
  • Preschool Children's Animated Series: Tumble Leaf
  • Children's Animated Series: SpongeBob SquarePants
  • Special Class Animated Program: A StoryBots Christmas
  • Writing in an Animated Program: Trollhunters
  • Directing in an Animated Program: Danger & Eggs
  • Directing in a Preschool Animated Program: A StoryBots Christmas
  • Sound Mixing – Animation: All Hail King Julien: Exiled
  • Sound Mixing in a Preschool Animated Program: Dinotrux
  • Sound Editing – Animation: All Hail King Julien: Exiled
  • Sound Editing in a Preschool Animated Program: Dinotrux
  • Music Direction and Composition: The Tom & Jerry Show

Source: Emmyonline.tv

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