Emmy Awards

Dolby Laboratories has been honored with several Emmy® Awards. Following is a list of accolades from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS). Emmy Awards are typically given for achievements in the previous year. Unless otherwise marked, listings indicate the awarding of an Emmy statuette.

Date of Award

Recipient(s)

Achievement and Awarding Group

2012

Dolby Laboratories, Inc.

Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development for the Dolby Professional Reference Monitor PRM-4200 (NATAS) (ATAS)

2012

ITU-R Study Group 6; International Telecommunications Union; Dolby Laboratories, Inc.; Communications Research Center; Dr. Gilbert Soulodre; and Craig Todd

Standardization of loudness metering for use in broadcast audio (NATAS)

2011

Dolby Laboratories, Inc.; Linear Acoustic, Inc.

Development of audio metadata process for conforming audio to the ATSC digital TV standard (NATAS)

2009

Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (Stew Murrie, Farhad Farahani, Patrick Lummis, John Neary, Steve Love, Brett Crockett, and Jeff Riedmiller)

Dolby® DP600 Program Optimizer (ATAS)

2009

Advisory Committee on Advanced Television Services (ACATS), Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC), Advanced Television Test Center, and the Advanced Television Evaluation Laboratory

(plaque) Standardization of the ATSC Digital System (NATAS)

2008

Joint Video Team (JVT) Standards Committee: Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (Walter Gish, Eric Gsell, Walt Husak, Kevin Stec, Alexis Tourapis), with 14 other persons from Broadcom, Docomo, Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute, Microsoft, Motorola, Panasonic, Sony, and Thomson

(plaque) For developing the H.264/MPEG-4 AVC High Profile (ATAS)

2005

Dolby Laboratories, Inc.

Dolby E audio coding (ATAS)

2004

Dolby Laboratories, Inc.

Dolby LM100 Broadcast Loudness Meter with Dialogue Intelligence™ (ATAS)

2003

Ray Dolby

Charles F. Jenkins Lifetime Achievement Award (ATAS)

2003

Dolby Laboratories, Inc., Jim Fosgate, and Peter Scheiber

Development of surround sound for television (NATAS)

1999

Dolby Laboratories, Inc., Philips, Sony, Toshiba, Warner Home Video, and Matsushita

Development of DVD technology (NATAS)

1998

Dolby Laboratories, Inc.

Development of a multichannel digital audio bit-rate reduction system, standardized for the ATSC high-definition and standard-definition television systems, and for worldwide digital versatile discs (NATAS)

1990

Ray Dolby

Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development: For audio noise reduction systems for professional television tape recorders (NATAS)

1989

Ray Dolby

Outstanding Individual Achievement (NATAS, San Francisco/Northern California Chapter)