No, I was referring to the industry sponsored awards, i.e the Emmys, Oscars, Grammys, Tony's, etc. These are all related to specific methods of wide release. Also, they are industry awards. It is each specific industry recognizing who or what they believe to be the best in that industry. The Golden Globe Awards were not created by or sponsored by the industry, but rather by a foreign press association. While the Golden Globes have a lot of prestige, I would group them categorically with other non-industry awards, such as the MTV Movie & TV Awards, the People's Choice Awards, etc. I also do think there is a difference between almost any movie intended to be released on TV or via streaming and one intended to be released in theaters, regardless of whether it is "Made for TV" or a "Feature Film". The biggest and most noticeable is budget. I haven't been able to find an average cost to actually make a Hollywood movie for theatrical release, but what I have suggests many (most?) studio films are running over $50 million and a lot close to $100 million. Except possibly the Olympics, I'm not sure anything ever produced for TV has had a budget even close to $50 million, let alone $100 million. Maybe some long running TV series?