WRAL-TV Wins 9 Regional Emmy Awards

WRAL Wins 9 Regional Emmy Awards


CBC was well represented at the event.

On February 5, 2000, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) awarded their annual Regional Emmy Awards in Nashville, Tenn. The academy honors and inspires excellence through the internationally recognized Emmy Award, the most prestigious honor that can be bestowed in television. NATAS has 17 Chapters nationwide. The Midsouth Chapter represents the States of North Carolina and Tennessee, and the television markets of Bowling Green, Kentucky, and Huntsville, Alabama.

Fifty-seven awards were presented from over 650 entries, which were judged by the Seattle Chapter of NATAS, and tabulated by Kurt Vitolo of the accounting firm of Sussman and Associates. National Trustee C. Paul Corbin


Tom Allen (right) congratulates James Ford on his Emmy.

presented the Governors’ Award for Lifetime Achievement to James F. Goodmon, President and CEO of Capitol Broadcasting Company for his contributions to the community as as as his outstanding achievements in broadcasting.

WRAL TV staff won nine awards this year:


The Emmy statue was very impressive.

Congratulations to WRAL-TV Emmy winners for a job well done.

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