"Orange Is the New Black," "House of Cards," and "Derek" rack up more nominations for Netflix, following last year's first-ever foray into the Emmy awards for the online-only service.
The video site's engineering masters earn an Emmy award for processing and delivering the vast majority of the Internet's streaming videos.
Carrie Underwood's performance of "Yesterday" triggered 17,090 tweets per minute, while the Emmy awarded to "Breaking Bad" for Best Drama got the highest number at 62,150 tweets in total.
David Fincher wins an Emmy for directing Netflix's "House of Cards," and the Internet TV provider breaks ground -- again -- for online only programming.
The Internet TV provider misses out on the most high-profile Emmy awards it could have won after its nominations broke ground for online programs, but walking away without those statues isn't losing much.
"House of Cards" is nominated for best drama series, as are its stars for acting, in the first instance of programming that premiered on a digital platform surfacing in marquee Emmy categories.
The "30 Rock" actor asks for his taped introduction at the Emmys to be cut after Fox deletes a joke about the News of the World phone-hacking scandal. He suggests the joke would have made News Corp look better. A little.
Blu-ray wins Emmy from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Sony, Panasonic, Royal Philips, and TDK will accept the award at CES in January.
Game industry giants from the '80s through today score awards at a ceremony in Vegas.