The winners of The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 2005 Emmy Awards for interactive television have been revealed.

The Emmy for programme-specific enhanced or interactive television will be awarded to TV Land, Nick at Nite and Zetools for their ‘All Access Pass’ to the 2005 TV Land Awards. This was a web-based application, synchronised to the broadcast.

The award for non-programme-specific enhanced or interactive television for a channel, network or service goes to Cablevision for its iO interactive cable service.

The winners of the interactive television awards were revealed by the show business publication Variety.

Also nominated for interactive programme awards were Celebrity Blackjack Interactive, DIRECTV Sports Mix, One Tree Hill uDecide and Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

Other nominees for non-programme related interactive awards were AOL Music on Demand, DIRECTV Interactive Service, Reuters Interactive TV Channel and Sesame Street Games.

The winners will receive their award, an Emmy statuette, at the Primetime Creative Arts Emmy ceremony on 11 September at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

The Advanced Media Technology Emmy Awards for interactive television technology and engineering will be presented in Princeton, New Jersey, on 29 September.