Once again, PBS and our member stations have received a slew of Webby Award nominations and honorees across multiple shows and categories. We couldn't be prouder of the work we've compiled in the last year and it's humbling to see these great programs receive recognition.
Each year, the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences reveals their list of the best of the internet -- the Webby Awards. Award winners will be announced on April 23. But wait! Each category also awards a "People's Voice" award
-- which is determined by audience voting. You can help support PBS (or your other favorites) by voting on the Webby Awards site through April 18.
One of our favorite (and most-deserving!) nominees this year is Deep Look, which is a co-production of KQED and PBS Digital Studios. A previous Webby Award winner, this year the show is nominated for its work in educational science video. To get a taste of Deep Look, here's an incredibly cool (or gross) video of hairworms eating a cricket alive and controlling its mind. Don't forget to vote below!