There will be more winners at this year's Emmys.
The Television Academy announced the addition of two new categories for the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards: Outstanding Music Supervision and Outstanding Casting in a Reality Series.
Outstanding Music Supervision will honor creative contributions made by music supervisors, who select songs to play during shows. This is different than the awards for music composition (scores) and original songs written specifically for use in the show.
Outstanding Casting in a Reality Series will go to casting directors who put together casts for structured (i.e. "Shark Tank"), unstructured (i.e. "Deadliest Catch"), or competition reality shows (i.e. "The Voice").
The Academy also split its Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series category into two: Cinematography for One-Hour Series and for Half-Hour Series.
The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards, hosted by Stephen Colbert, will air Sept. 17.
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