Nickelodeon, boosted by multiple wins for Penguins of Madagascar and Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness, set the cable pace with 10 Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, while PBS was again the big victor at Saturday's event in Los Angeles, grabbing a baker's dozen worth of statues.
PBS was driven by Sesame Street, which took home seven awards, including Outstanding Pre-School Children's Series, Outstanding Directing in a Children's Series, Outstanding Writing in a Children's Series, as well as a slew of technical awards. The Electric Company also nabbed a few trophies, including Outstanding Children's Series, which it shared with the syndicated Jack Hanna's Into the Wild.
Nickelodeon won in 10 categories, including Costume Design, Directing (animated) and Music Direction/Composition. Entertainment Studio's Cars.tv won for Outstanding Lifestyle Program. NBC's Today took home a directing award.