11 Nov CW33 Dallas/Fort Worth Wins Three Lone Star Emmy Awards
CW33 (KDAF-TV), Tribune Broadcasting’s Dallas/Fort Worth CW affiliate, congratulates its two Emmy winners for bringing home three awards from this weekend’s Lone Star Emmy Gala. The awards were presented Saturday, November 7, 2015 at the 13th Annual Lone Star Emmy Awards in Austin, Texas. All three Emmys recognized work from NewsFix, CW33’s alternative evening newscast. Steve Simon, News Director of NewsFix, won two Emmy Awards for his “Simon Says” franchise and Nathan Bickell picked up an award for his recurring news series, “Ruff Life”. This was Bickell’s first Emmy, while the two additional awards make Simon a five-time Emmy winner.
The Lone Star Emmy Awards are presented annually by The Lone Star Emmy Chapter, a regional chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) which covers all 19 television markets in Texas.
Here is a complete list of CW33’s winners:
- HUMAN INTEREST – NEWS SERIES
Nathan Bickell, Video Journalist
- SPECIALTY ASSIGNMENT REPORT – NEWS SINGLE STORY / SERIES / FEATURE
Steve Simon, Producer/Writer
Joey Longa, Photographer/Editor
- ON-CAMERA TALENT – COMMENTATOR / EDITORIALIST / PERFORMER / NARRATOR
Steve Simon, Editorialist
CW33, KDAF-TV was founded in 1980 and is a Tribune Broadcasting station, a division of Tribune Media. As the CW affiliate in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, it is home to such hit series as The Flash, Arrow and Supernatural. CW33 also carries syndicated hits Two and a Half Men and The Simpsons. Winner of multiple awards, CW33 has been recognized for its various community-based efforts throughout the DFW area. The station is home to Eye Opener and NewsFix, Dallas/Fort Worth’s alternative newscasts. For more information, visit CW33.com.