Barack Obama may now supplant the Nobel Peace Prize on his mantelpiece with an Emmy Award. He is the main previous president to at any point win an Emmy in a serious classification
While Dwight D. Eisenhower procured a Primetime Emmy Governors Award in 1956 for his "enthusiasm for TV," the year after he conveyed the principal broadcast news gathering,
he beat Obama to the Emmy punch by close to 66 years, making him the principal president to do as such.
Despite the fact that broadcast news meetings weren't normal until John F. Kennedy's organization,
the Television Academy appeared to see the value in Eisenhower's endeavors to propel the juvenile medium.
Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize, for which Eisenhower was only assigned, assuming that is any comfort to him.