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Apple wins its second Emmy for Carpool Karaoke


FireWire lands Apple its first Emmy.
That bodes well for Apple TV+.
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Apple’s Carpool Karaoke: The Series just won an Emmy for the second year running. The show won a Creative Arts Emmy award in the “Short form variety series” category in an award handed out over the weekend.

While plenty of people forget about Carpool Karaoke when talking about Apple’s original TV shows, that’s a good omen at a time it’s gearing up to launch its Apple TV+ streaming service.

Carpool Karaoke lands Apple a big win at Emmy Awards


Carpool Karaoke
Carpool Karaoke was a winner at Sunday's Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
Photo: Apple

Apple’s foray into original television programming has paid off with an Emmy Award.

Carpool Karaoke, a series spinoff of a segment done by James Corden on the Late Late Show, beat out Saturday Night Live, The Daily Show and the Tonight Show, to win the Emmy in the category of short-form variety series.

The Emmy was awarded Sunday night at the Creative Arts Emmys.

Apple just won an Emmy award… for Siri?


FireWire lands Apple its first Emmy.
This is Apple's third Emmy award.
Photo: The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences/Ste Smith/Cult of Mac

Apple’s original TV show efforts haven’t exactly set the world on fire, but that didn’t stop the company from being honored with an Emmy award this week.

Apple was among the tech companies who received technical Emmy awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, alongside Microsoft, YouTube, and others.

Apple Awarded Technology & Engineering Emmy At CES [CES 2013]



Apple was awarded a Technology & Engineering Emmy on Thursday evening during a ceremony at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. Launched in 1948, the Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards honor “development and innovation in broadcast technology and recognize companies, organizations and individuals for breakthroughs in technology that have a significant effect on television engineering.”