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