KET productions and programs win seven regional Emmys
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
The Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has awarded KET productions and programs seven regional Emmy Awards! Make sure to click on the links to watch the programs online.
Matt Grimm won in the “Magazine Feature/Segment” category for the Kentucky Life segment “Memorials,” which features Kentuckians commemorating loss and finding hope through the creation of memorials and sculpture.
Carl Babcock and Deidre Clark won in the “Special Event Coverage” category for the KET election-season production Gubernatorial Inauguration 2011.
Laura Krueger and John Bacon won in the “Health/Science/Environment – Program” category for More Than Child’s Play: Why Physical Activity Matters, a KET production explores the importance of all children to be physically active.
Tim Farmer won in the “Program Host/Moderator/Narrator” category for his work as host of Kentucky Afield, a weekly program produced by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.
Amy Hess, co-host of the upcoming KET series Kentucky Collectibles, won in the “Magazine Program” category for the program Go Local, which airs on KET and is produced by Beloved Productions and Eppic Films.
Bluegrass & Backroads, produced by Kentucky Farm Bureau, won in the “Magazine Feature/Segment” category for a segment of the program.
And Douglas Smith, Heidi Thiel and Ben Jackey won in the “Education/Schools – Program” category for Our Kids, a program produced by Jefferson County Public Schools.