09 Jun Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine Wins His Third Emmy Award For Sports Anchor
Q13 FOX Sports Director Aaron Levine took home his third Emmy Award win for Sports Anchor at the 51st Annual Emmy Awards that took place Saturday in Seattle. He previously won this award in 2010 and again in 2011.
Levine garnered a second win at Saturday’s event when he along with Q13 FOX photographer Walker Anderson took home an Emmy Award in the “Sports Feature/Segment” category for “The Power of Imagination.” The segment tells the inspiring story of Aaron D’Errico, son of Seattle Sounders player David D’Errico, whose lifelong battle with cerebral palsy didn’t keep him from creating a comic book hero to make his soccer dream come true.
Levine came to Q13 FOX in March of 2007 and while at the station, he has received several Emmy Award nominations for Sports Anchoring, Reporting, Program Composite and Special Features/Segments.
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