The Best in Children’s Programming from Around the World
Every year, the world’s leading producers of children’s television compete to be recognized at the International Emmy® Kids Awards, the world’s preeminent platform for global excellence in television. Emmys for kids content are presented across seven categories annually at Miptv, at a ceremony attended by over 300 international executives from all segments of the industry.
The 9th International Emmy® Kids Awards will take place October 14, 2020. Nominees will be announced September 10, 2020.
Overview Of The 8th International Emmy® Kids Awards
The 8th International Emmy Kids Awards were announced March 31, 2020. The announcement was made on the Academy website and via its social media channels. This route was chosen after the cancellation of MIPTV.
Winning programs from Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Norway, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom are: Zog, Magic Light Pictures (Kids: Animation); Lik Meg (Like Me), NRK Super (Kids: Digital); Nosso Sangue, Nosso Corpo, Fox Lab Brazil / Your Mama (Kids: Factual); Nachtraven (Nighthawk) , De Mensen / Ketnet (VRT) (Kids: Non-Scripted Entertainment); Bluey, Ludo Studios / ABC Australia / BBC Studios / Screen Australia / Screen Queensland (Kids:Preschool); De Regels van Floor, (Floor Rules) NL Film & TV / VPRO (Kids: Series); and Jacqueline Wilson's Katy, BBC Children's In-House Productions / CBBC (Kids: TV Movie/Mini-Series).
Overview Of The 7th International Emmy® Kids Awards
The 7th International Emmy Kids Awards took place April 9, 2019 at Miptv, in partnership with Reed Midem, in Cannes France.
Winning programs from Brazil, Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom are: Hey Duggee – Season 2; Studio AKA (Kids: Preschool); Kop op (Heads Together); Viking Film / VPRO Television / Job, Joris & Marieke (Kids: Animation);Overgrep (Sexual abuse awareness week); NRK / Bivrost Film & TV (Kids: Digital); My Life: Born To Vlog; Blakeway North (Kids: Factual); Fixa Bröllopet (Marrying mum and dad); Fremantlemedia Sverige AB / Sveriges Television AB (Kids: Non-Scripted Entertainment); Malhação: Viva a Diferença (Young Hearts); Globo (Kids: Series); and Ratburger; King Bert Productions (Kids: TV Movie/Mini-Series).
Deadline: February 20, 2019
12 noon (EST)
The Academy may be able to grant extensions upon request (accepted submissions will be subject to an additional late fee of $50 per entry)
For more information:
- Competition Opened (9th International Emmy® Kids Awards Competition):
December 5, 2019
- Competition Closed (9th International Emmy® Kids Awards Competition):
February 20, 2020
- 9th International Emmy® Kids Awards Nominee Announcement:
September 10, 2020
- 9th International Emmy® Kids Awards Ceremony:
October 14, 2020
- Kids: Animation
- Kids: Factual & Entertainment
- Kids: Live-Action
- 9th International Emmy® Kids Awards Nominees Announced
- 8th International Emmy® Kids Awards Winners Announced
- 8th International Emmy® Kids Awards Nominees Announced
- 7th International Emmy® Kids Awards Winners Announced
- 7th International Emmy® Kids Awards Nominees Announced
Award Ceremony Programs