22 Jul Tribune Broadcasting Stations Nominated For Three National News & Documentary Emmy® Awards
PIX11/New York and KTVI/ Nominated for Outstanding Regional News Story: Spot News
July 22, 2016 – Tribune Broadcasting is pleased to announce two of its stations have received a total of three nominations for the 37th Annual News and Documentary Emmy® Awards. The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) has named PIX11/New York a finalist for two awards and KTVI/St Louis for one award in the Outstanding Regional News Story category of Spot News.
“We are extremely proud to have our outstanding news organizations in New York and St. Louis receive this national recognition for their journalistic excellence,” said Bart Feder, Tribune Broadcasting’s Senior Vice President of News. “The nominated coverage from WPIX and KTVI represents a commitment shared by all of Tribune’s stations to bring powerful and relevant stories to our local communities and audiences on all platforms every day.”
The 37th Annual News & Documentary Emmy® Awards honors programming distributed during the calendar year 2015.
The following are Tribune Broadcasting’s nominations:
OUTSTANDING REGIONAL NEWS STORY: SPOT NEWS
KTVI 9pm News (St. Louis, Missouri) – KTVI-TV
Peaceful Michael Brown Protests Turn To Riots And Looting
Executive News Producer: Susan Brubaker
Managing Editor: Joe Lamie
News Director: Audrey Prywitch
Digital Producer: Joe Millitzer
PIX11 Morning News (New York, New York) – WPIX-TV
North Brunswick Warehouse Fire
Senior Executive Producer: Chuck Carter
News Director: Amy Waldman
Producers: Edward Erlenmeyer, Brynne Gadinis-Anstadt, Jennifer Rose Forman
Director: David Kalmowitz
Reporters: Anthony Dilorenzo, Monica Morales
Anchors: Kori Chambers, Sukanya Krishnan
Photojournalists: Dawn Howes, Vincent Shields
PIX11 NEWS AT 10 (New York, New York) – WPIX-TV
Eric Garner Midtown Manhattan Roving Protest
Correspondent: Jay Dow
Photojournalist: Tom Cassidy
Engineer: Kenneth Pelczar
The News & Documentary Emmy® Awards will be presented on Wednesday, September 21 at a ceremony at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P Rose Hall in New York City.
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