FourFour2 has been awarded the 2016 Amazon Prime Video Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Training.
The Emmy ceremony will take place at 8:00pm PT on February 11.
The show will be moderated by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ Annapurna Media Awards and will air on Amazon Prime.
Amazon Prime Video is a service that lets you stream videos and movies for free.
The service was launched in March of 2015, and now offers more than 150 million titles, including original series, documentaries, and feature films.
The program was created by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and the CEO of Hulu, Anthony Atala.
Amazon’s Chief Operating Officer of Video, Jim Breyer, was also a presenter at the Emmy ceremony.
The awards are being presented by Amazon Studios, the company’s content production arm.
Amazon Studios also produces Prime Video shows like the upcoming film The Martian and the upcoming drama series The Night Manager.
You can read more about the awards here: Amazon Prime Training Schedule