Reference Resources & Quick Facts
- The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and
Sciences - You may search a database of
Academy Awards from 1927 to date. Also has
the history of the Oscar, the procedure for voting, etc.
- Emmy Awards - This
site from the Academy of Television Arts and Science includes a database
where you may search all the nominations from the first Primetime Emmys
in 1949 to last year's contest.
- GRAMMY Awards - The
Search database lets you find GRAMMY winners by name of the award recipient,
by categories within a genre, by year, by title of work and/or by the artist
performing the work.
- The Nobel Foundation - Announcements
of the latest Nobel prizes as well as background information on the winners
and their research. Includes a searchable
database of past laureates and the history of the Nobel prize.
- The Pulitzer
Prizes - Columbia University has given the prestigious Pulitzer Prize
since 1917 in journalism, letters, music and drama. This site includes
an interactive timeline of all winners since 1917, an archive of the
full-text of winning articles, photos, editorial cartoons, and music clips
for the last 3 years, and interactive search capability.
- Tony Awards Online - The section on
History includes the voting procedures, a brief history of the Tony award
and a gallery covering awards from 1947-present. You may also search
the Tonys database which contains winners and nominees in all categories
awarded since 1947. You may search the database on any combination of the
following criteria: Year, Category, Artist and Show.