NBC.com didn’t leave the Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles Saturday night empty-handed, taking home a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media, Nonfiction, for its The Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Digital Experience.
The Peacock network’s Web presence received six nominations overall, with other nods going to: The Office Digital Experience and The 30 Rock Digital Experience for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media, Fiction; The Saturday Night Live Digital Experience and Jay Leno’s Garage for Outstanding Special Class/Short-Format Nonfiction Program; and 30 Rock‘s Kenneth the Web Page for Outstanding Special Class/Short-Format Live-Action Entertainment Program.
NBC Universal Digital Entertainment president Vivi Zigler said:
This is a tremendous honor for NBC.com. We’re so proud of our partnership with Jimmy and the team at Late Night. This relationship empowers the folks at NBC.com to build digital experiences that reward our fans and set the bar for online entertainment excellence.