|11th International Emmy Awards|
|Hosted by||Mary Tyler Moore|
The 11th International Emmy Awards took place on November 22, 1983 in New York City, United States, and hosted by American actress Mary Tyler Moore.
The International Emmy Awards are given by the International Council of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
The Britain[ambiguous] led with five on the nominations list and won three of the five Emmys awarded at international television annual dinner. The TV show Canadian Fraggle Rock won an International Emmy in Children & Young People category. Lord Oliver in Granada Television's production of King Lear won the drama prize.
Dangerous Music, produced by Alex Kirby for Britain's HTV, won the performing arts category. The BBC's The Black Adder, a black comedy based on Shakespeare's King Richard III, won an Emmy for popular arts. The best documentary award went to Swedish Television for The Miracle of Life.
Brazil's Roberto Marinho (1904-2003), the then President of Organizações Globo, was honored by the International Academy with the International Emmy Directorate Award, vying for the prize with Leonard Goldenson, president of the American ABC network, William Pailey, founder of CBS, and Emilio Azcarraga, president of the Mexican network Televisa.