NEW YORK (AP) _ ''Pee Wee's Playhouse'' was nominated in 14 categories and the soap opera ''Santa Barbara'' collected 13 nods as the Daytime Emmy Award nominations were announced Thursday.

''Pee Wee's Playhouse,'' on CBS, will vie for best children's series with two PBS programs, ''Mister Rogers' Neighborhood'' and ''Sesame Street.''

''Santa Barbara,'' on NBC, will compete with four other soaps for best drama series: ''All My Children'' and ''General Hospital,'' both ABC; and ''As the World Turns'' and ''The Young and the Restless,'' both CBS.

''All My Children'' was nominated in 11 categories, as was ''The Young and the Restless.''

There were a total of 199 nominations: 69 for CBS, 46 for NBC, 36 for ABC, 28 for PBS and 20 for syndicated programs.

David Forsyth of NBC's ''Another World,'' Kathleen Noone of ''All My Children'' and Kim Zimmer of CBS' ''The Guiding Light'' read the nominations during a ceremony at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.

The winners will be named June 29 by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

Other nominees include:

-Game or audience participation show: ''The Price is Right,'' CBS; ''The $25,000 Pyramid,'' CBS; ''Wheel of Fortune,'' NBC; ''Win, Lose or Draw,'' NBC.

-Talk or service show: ''Donahue,'' ''The Oprah Winfrey Show'' and ''Wil Shriner Show,'' syndicated; ''The Frugal Gourmet'' and ''This Old House,'' PBS.

-Lead actress in a drama series: Susan Lucci, ''All My Children,'' ABC; Elizabeth Hubbard, ''As the World Turns,'' CBS; Erika Slezak, ''One Life to Live,'' ABC; Helen Gallagher, ''Ryan's Hope,'' ABC; Marcy Walker, ''Santa Barbara,'' NBC.

-Lead actor in a drama series: Robert Gentry and David Canary, both on ''All My Children,'' ABC; Larry Bryggman, ''As the World Turns,'' CBS; Stephen Nichols, ''Days of Our Lives,'' NBC; A Martinez, ''Santa Barbara,'' NBC.

-Supporting actress in a drama series: Ellen Wheeler, ''All My Children,'' ABC; Eileen Fulton, ''As the World Turns,'' CBS; Lisa Brown, ''As the World Turns,'' CBS; Arleen Sorkin, ''Days of Our Lives,'' NBC; Maeve Kinkead, ''Guiding Light,'' CBS.

-Supporting actor in a drama series: Mark La Mura, ''All My Children,'' ABC; David Lewis, ''General Hospital,'' ABC; Bernie Barrow, ''Ryan's Hope,'' ABC; Justin Deas, ''Santa Barbara,'' NBC; Nicolas Coster, ''Santa Barbara,'' NBC.