Four juried Emmy winners in animation announced

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The Acad­emy of Tele­vi­sion Arts & Sci­ences announced Wednes­day the juried win­ners for the 64th Prime­time Emmy Awards in the cat­e­gory of Indi­vid­ual Achieve­ment in Animation.

The 2012 juried win­ners are Disney’s Phineas And Ferb: “Doof Dynasty” (Dis­ney Tele­vi­sion Ani­ma­tion, Dis­ney Chan­nel), Jill Daniels, Back­ground Paint; Disney’s Prep & Land­ing: Naughty Vs. Nice (Walt Dis­ney Ani­ma­tion Stu­dios, ABC), Bill Schwab, Char­ac­ter Design; Secret Moun­tain Fort Awe­some: “Night­mare Sauce” (Car­toon Net­work Stu­dios, Car­toon Net­work), Robertryan Cory, Char­ac­ter Design; and Secret Moun­tain Fort Awe­some: “Night­mare Sauce” (Car­toon Net­work Stu­dios, Car­toon Net­work), Chris Tsir­gi­o­tis, Back­ground Design.

The Prime­time Emmy rules state that in a juried award, all entrants are screened by a jury of pro­fes­sion­als in the peer group, with the pos­si­bil­ity of one, more than one or no entry being awarded an Emmy. There are no nominations.

The win­ners, if any, are announced prior to the awards pre­sen­ta­tion. Delib­er­a­tions are an open dis­cus­sion of the work of each entrant, with a thor­ough review of the mer­its of award­ing the Emmy. At the con­clu­sion of the delib­er­a­tion on each entry, the jury votes on the ques­tion, “Is this entry wor­thy of an Emmy award — yea or nay?” Only those in unan­i­mous approval win.

These awards will be handed out dur­ing the Cre­ative Arts Emmy Awards on Sat­ur­day, Sep­tem­ber 15 at the Nokia The­atre L.A. LIVE in Los Ange­les. They will be taped for a two-hour, edited ver­sion which will air Sat­ur­day, Sep­tem­ber 22 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on REELZCHANNEL.

For a com­plete list of nom­i­na­tions and more infor­ma­tion, visit

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