“These exciting nominations officially launch the 40th Anniversary of the Daytime Emmy® Awards,” said David Michaels, Senior Executive Director, Daytime. “This will be a true celebration of the 40 years of Daytime Television. Congratulations to all the Creative Arts nominees!”
Presenters at the Creative Arts Emmys include Tippi Hedren, Geri Jewell, Mary McDonough, Mark Steines, Cristina Ferrare, Susan Flannery, John McCook, Thomas Hobson, Tara Perry, Yvette Gonxalez-Nacer, Leslie Miller, David Rudman, James Scott, James Reynolds, Arianne Zucker, Marc Anthony Samuel, Teresa Castillo, Robert Scott Wilson, Denyse Tontz, Corbin Bleu, Melissa Claire Egan and Ignacio Serricchio.
There will also be a special performances by the Ceramic Dalmations.
Traditionally, the prestigious Daytime Creative Arts Emmy® Awards represent any and all television productions airing between the hours of 2:00am and 6:00pm. The Creative Arts contest consists of Writing, Direction (Art, Technical, Talk show, Children Series, Lighting, Animation, Music), Original Song, Editing (Single & Multiple Camera), Sound (Editing & Mixing), Make-up, Hairstyling, Costume Design, Stunt Coordination, Casting for Daytime Dramas, Talk Shows, Morning Programs, Game Shows, Children's Programming both live action and animated, Legal/Court Shows, Culinary Shows, Lifestyle and Travel programs as well as New Approaches categories which include programming done for the internet.
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