The Hollywood Reporter reports that the Television Academy’s 65th Primetime Emmy Engineering Awards will recognize technological excellence through a number of awards. Chris Cookson, President of Sony Pictures Technologies, will receive the Charles F. Jenkins Lifetime Achievement Award and the Academy will award Engineering Emmys to five developments: YouTube, Aspera’s FASP transport technology, Digital Dailies from Josh C. Kline, iZotope’s RX audio repair technology, and Lightcraft Technology’s Previzion Virtual Studio System. Engineering Plaques will also be presented to LAWO for its audio networking and routing system for large scale television entertainment productions and to Final Draft for its screenwriting software. The Television Academy’s 65th Primetime Emmy Engineering Awards will be held Oct. 23 at the Loews Hollywood Hotel. Read more.