Technicolor (Euronext Paris: FR0010918292; NYSE: TCH) today announced that two of its re-recording mixers have won the 2010 Creative Arts Emmys®, the U.S. television industry's most prestigious award, for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a One-hour Comedy or Drama Series. Technicolor's Joseph H. Earle and Doug Andham were selected by their peers to receive an Emmy Award for their work on Fox's "Glee – The Power of Madonna." The awards are part of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards.

"We are honored that our team has received an Emmy Award for their outstanding work on 'Glee,' and nominations for their work on 'True Blood' and 'Dexter,'" said Joe Berchtold, president of Technicolor's Creative Services business. "These recognitions are a testament to the excellent work our sound team provides and we congratulate them on their achievements."

In tribute to the depth of the passion and professionalism of the members of Technicolor's Sound Services Team, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences also recognized Technicolor with two additional Emmy Award nominations: Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series for HBO's "True Blood -- Beyond Here Lies Nothin'," and Outstanding Sound Mixing for a One-hour Comedy or Drama Series for Showtime's "Dexter – Hello Dexter Morgan."

Nominees for Emmy Awards in various categories are selected by more than 15,000 members of the U.S. Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, a nonprofit organization devoted to the advancement of telecommunication arts and sciences and to fostering creative leadership in the telecommunication industry. Each member casts a ballot for the category of competition in their field of expertise. As a symbol of peer recognition, the nominations are a tribute to the desire and ability of Technicolor people to tune themselves to the artistic needs and vision underlying each TV production project.