SPOTLIGHT: Daytime Emmys to award films for handsets

The US National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the people responsible for the Emmys, plan to launch a category for films created for mobile phones, laptops and other portable video devices. The Academy points to mobile content's increasing popularity with viewers and up-and-coming filmmakers. The Academy elegantly named the category "Outstanding Achievement in Content for Non-traditional Delivery Platforms." Article

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