Jimmy Fallon Wins an Emmy for His Web Presence


Where Jimmy Fallon’s awards page at IMDB previously consisted of some nominations for Teen Choice Awards, now he has something to really put on his resume. Over the weekend the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences handed out its creative arts awards, which includes most of the web stuff that’s nominated this year. Here’s who won:

Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media – Fiction

The Dharma Initiative (DharmaWantsYou.com) by ABC Entertainment Marketing and Hoodlum

Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media – Nonfiction

The Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Digital Experience (NBC.com) by NBC.com

Outstanding Special Class – Short-format Live-Action Entertainment Programs

Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog (drhorrible.com) by Mutant Enemy, Inc.; Joss Whedon, Producer; Michael Boretz, Producer

Other winners who benefited from viral online sharing of their oldteevee content: Justin Timberlake, who won for hosting Saturday Night Live, and Tina Fey, who won for spoofing Sarah Palin on SNL.

There’s a whole lot more regular-flavor Emmys coming at the main event next weekend. Which is hosted by Dr. Horrible himself, who has also done a few things on OldTeeVee.

Previously: Dr. Horrible, Motherlover, Feylin Up for Emmys

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