58th Technology and Engineering Emmy Awards
DateJanuary 8, 2007
LocationVenetian Hotel
Las Vegas
Websitehttp://www.emmyonline.org/tech/ Edit this on Wikidata

The 58th Technology and Engineering Emmy Awards was held on January 8, 2007. The National Television Academy announced the winners at The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.[1] DIRECTV's Eddy Hartenstein received the Lifetime Achievement Award for his role in the company's becoming a global provider of digital television.


• Rene Anselmo, PanAmSat

Science, engineering & technology awards for digital television

The National Television Academy also announced Emmy winners in seven Science, Technology & Engineering for Digital Television categories. The seven categories included nominations in the areas of interactive television, On Demand television, the Internet, and personal media display and presentation technology.