Channel 4's Boy A, E4's Skins and BBC sci-fi hit Doctor Who received five nods each for the gongs, which recognise behind-the-scenes talent.
Channel 4 documentary China's Stolen Children - A Dispatches Special was close behind with four nominations.
Seven-time nominee Jimmy McGovern was shortlisted in the writer category for The Street, where he faces competition from Tony Marchant (The Mark Of Cain), Steven Moffat (Doctor Who) and Heidi Thomas (Cranford).
Adrian Shergold is up for Director Fiction/Entertainment for Persuasion, against Boy A's John Crowley, The Mark of Cain's Marc Munden and Otto Bathurst for Five Days.
Bebo received three nominations in the new media arena, where its Open Platform and Kate Modern Channel Profile are pitted against the BBC iPlayer in the Interactive Innovation - Service/Platform category.
This year's Special Award goes to writing duo David Croft and Jimmy Perry, whose credits include Dad's Army, It Ain't Half Hot Mum and Hi-de-Hi!.
Sound and visual effects, costume design, editing, production design and music are among other areas to be recognised at the ceremony at London's Dorchester Hotel on May 11.