The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the winners of the 7th International Emmy Kids Awards at a ceremony at Miptv, in Cannes, in partnership with Reed Midem.
The winners span across Brazil, Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
From Brazil, Globo’s series Malhação: Viva a Diferença (Young Hearts) won in the series category.
The winner of the preschool category was Key Duggee by Studio AKA; while Kop op (Heads Together) by Viking Film, VPRO Television and Job, Joris & Marieke won in the animation category.
Overgrep (Sexual abuse awareness week) by NRK / Bivrost Film & TV won in the digital category; and My Life: Born To Vlog by Blakeway North won in the factual category.
Lastly, Fixa Bröllopet (Marrying mum and dad) by Fremantlemedia Sverige AB and Sveriges Television AB won in the non-scripted category; while Ratburger by King Bert Productions win in the TV Movie/Mini-Series category.
"This is a difficult world for children to grow up in, with an increasing list of social problems and enormous change." said International Academy President, Bruce L. Paisner. "The winning programs help entertain, educate and prepare our children for the world they are about to face. This is an honorable task."
The Emmy statues were presented on stage by an international cast of TV personalities including: Mira Awad, Creator of the Series Muna, about a young Arab woman living in Tel Aviv and Finnish Actor Pelle Heikkilä.
The International Emmy Kids Awards presenting partners are: TV Kids, Ernst & Young and Miptv in development kids.