40th Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards
|40th Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards|
|Awarded for||Outstanding achievement in all fields of daytime television|
|Date||June 14, 2013|
|Location||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Most awards||The Bold and the Beautiful|
|Most nominations||The Young and the Restless|
The 40th Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) and Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS), "recognizes outstanding achievement in all fields of daytime television production and are presented to individuals and programs broadcast from 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. during the 2012 calendar year". The ceremony was held at the Westin Bonaventure in Los Angeles on June 14, 2013.
The 40th Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards was hosted by Teresa Ganzel, Actress, Voice-over Actress and Comedian of The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson fame and Voice-over Actor, Bob Bergen, the voice of "Porky Pig" and others. They were joined by an illustrious group of presenters such as Susan Flannery and John McCook of The Bold and the Beautiful; Melissa Claire Egan and Ignacio Serricchio of The Young and the Restless; Arianne Zucker, James Reynolds and James Scott of Days of Our Lives; Teresa Castillo and Marc Anthony Samuel of General Hospital; Robert Scott Wilson and Denyse Tontz of All My Children; Corbin Bleu of One Life to Live; David Rudman of Sesame Street Workshop; Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer, Tara Perry and Thomas Hobson of Fresh Beat Band; and Christina Ferrare and Mark Steines of The Home and Family Show. In addition, there were several special presenters such as Geri Jewell of The Facts of Life, Mary Elizabeth McDonough of The Waltons, Leslie Miller[disambiguation needed] of Prospect Park's version of One Life to Live, and All My Children, and Tippi Hedren, the iconic actress from Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds.
Winners and nominees
|Category||Winners and nominees|
|Outstanding Animated Program|
|Outstanding Travel Program|
|Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program|
|Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series|
|Outstanding Directing in an Animated Program|
|Outstanding Lifestyle/Travel Host|
|Outstanding Set Decoration for a Drama Series||
|Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series||
|Outstanding Costume Design for a Drama Series||
|Outstanding Hairstyling for a Drama Series||
|Outstanding Lighting Direction for a Drama Series||
|Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series||
|Outstanding Make-Up for a Drama Series||
|Outstanding Music Direction for a Drama Series||
|Outstanding Original Song for a Drama Series||
|Outstanding Set Design||
|Outstanding Costume Design|
|Outstanding Casting for an Animated Series or Special|
|Outstanding Individual in Animation||
|Outstanding Live & Direct To Tape Sound Mixing||
Angela Degatano, Dave Marino, Post-Production Mixers Brian Pannier, Ethan Orlovitz, Bill Mozer, Production Mixers Billy Baggett, Sound Effects/Music Mixer
Don Worsham, Pablo Munguia, Production Mixers Jamie Ledner, Post-Production Mixer Brian Riordan, Music Mixer
Bill Taylor, Glenn Arber, Production Mixers
Pat Lucatorto, Audio Mixer
Terry Fountain, Production Mixer Dirk Sciarrotta, Sound Effects Mixer
Paul Glaser, Production Mixer Jeremy Tanner, Pre-Production Mixer
Jim Slanger, James Ostrom, Production Mixers
Peter Hefter, Chuck Eisen, Rob Gigliuto, Michael Glazier, Production Mixers Joe Hipp, R.J. Osterhoudt, Greg Thompson, Music Mixers
|Outstanding Multiple Camera Editing||
|Outstanding Single Camera Editing|
|Outstanding Single Camera Photography (Film or Electronic)|
|Outstanding Sound Editing - Animation||
|Outstanding Sound Mixing - Animation||
|Outstanding Sound Editing - Live Action|
|Outstanding Sound Mixing - Live Action|
|Outstanding Directing in a Children's Series|
|Outstanding Directing for a Lifestyle Program|
|Outstanding Directing for a Talk Show||
|Outstanding Lighting Direction||
|Outstanding Main Title Design||
|Outstanding Music Direction and Composition||
|Outstanding Original Song - Children or Animation|
|Outstanding Writing in Animation||
|Outstanding Writing in a Children's Series||
|New Approaches Enhancement To A Daytime Program or Series|
|New Approaches Original Daytime Program or Series||
|Outstanding Special Class Writing|
|Outstanding Stunt Coordination||
|Outstanding Lifestyle Program|
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