KTVI/FOX 2 St. Louis Wins 3 Emmy Awards

KTVI/FOX 2 St. Louis Wins 3 Emmy Awards

Station Honored for Journalistic Enterprise, Investigative Reporting and Business Reporting

Tribune Broadcasting is pleased to announce KTVI/ FOX2 in St. Louis has been awarded 3 Emmy® Awards by the the Mid-America Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences at an award ceremony on Saturday, September 27 at the Grand Ballroom in the Kansas City Convention Center. The 38th annual Mid-America Regional Emmy® Awards honored outstanding achievement in the television industry.

The following are KTVI’s 3 Emmy® Award wins:

Journalistic Enterprise
The Faria Murder” – Chris Hayes & Dave Sharp

Investigative Reporting
The FOX Files” – Chris Hayes & Dave Sharp

National Pre-Paid Services Scam” – Chris Hayes & Dave Sharp

“The investigative field is a crowded, competitive one when it comes to the Emmy awards.  That was certainly the case this year, which makes our three big reporting wins that much sweeter,” said Audrey Prywitch, Vice President/News Director, KTVI & KPLR.


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