The winner of the 73rd annual is out with the winner. The trophy ceremony was held tonight at the Wynn Encore Ballroom in Las Vegas, in partnership with the National Association of Broadcasters as part of its convention.
David Pogue of Rich Little and CBS attended the ceremony. Read the winners list here.
The Tech & Engineers are awarded to a living individual, a company, or a scientific or technical organization in accordance with the NATAS requirements. Engineering technologies that equities or are so substantial an improvement on existing methods or are so innovative in nature that they materially have affected television. A committee of engineers is voted on on to consider technical advances in the television industry and determines which, if any, merit an award.
Tonight, two Television Technology Pioneers were honored: Maurice Leblanc for the first suggestions of color TV and the use of the cathode-ray tube, and Paul Nipkow, who designed a complete television system and was the first to patent it.
"The Technology & Engineering Emmy Award," says NATAS president and CEO Adam Sharp, "really happy" about honoring these prestigious companies again in partnership with NAB, where the intersection of innovation, technology, and change is possible."
Here are the winners of the 2021 Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards:Video & Audio Search based on Index Feeds from Multiple SourcesShadow TVIn Camera Sensor and Software StabilizationGo ProSocinextCorrelated Double Sampling for Image Sensors, Connected TV's for Measurement, Marketing, and AdvertisingAppleMLB Advanced MediaMPEG3GPPManagement of IP Multicast Video Distribution to Deskstops, TVs in News & Media Production FacilitiesHaivisionVi