WRAL-TV & FOX 50 Rack Up Impressive 37 Emmy Noms

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The Nashville/Midsouth Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) recently announced the nominations for the 22nd Annual Midsouth Regional Emmy Awards, and both WRAL-TV and FOX 50 received numerous nods. The following entrants will represent Capitol Broadcasting in Nashville, Tennessee at the ceremony on Saturday, January 26, 2008.

Newscast/Evening
EQ Explosion – Stephanie Lyn Beck, Leesa Moore Craigie, WRAL-TV

Spot News
Riegelwood Tornado Composite – Keith Baker, Michael Joyner, Brian Mims, WRAL-TV

Breaking News
Pine Knolls Fire – Ken Smith, WRAL-TV

Journalistic Enterprise

The Case of Bonnie Neighbors – Katie Prince, FOX 50

Sports Programs/Series
Wheels of Fortune – Jay Jennings, Clay Johnson, WRAL-TV

Documentary/Cultural
Hot Topic – Jay Jennings, Clay Johnson, WRAL-TV

Documentary/Topical
Overweight State – Jay Jennings, Clay Johnson, WRAL-TV

Advanced Media Arts/Entertainment
Knock Knock – Raleigh Times Building – Christi Lowe, Christian McIlwain, Phyllis Parish Howard, William John Warden, WRAL.com

Public Affairs
NC Wanted – David Creech, FOX 50

Advanced Media Public/Current/Community Affairs
WRAL and Komen for the Cure Partnership – Bill Burch, John Conway, Loretta Harper-Arnold, Shelly Leslie, Anita Normanly, Phyllis Parish Howard, WRAL.com

Special Event/Live
WRAL Parade of Sail – Matthew Brandes, Charles Braswell, Michelle Fauver, James A. Ford, Jr., Robert Gubar, Tony Gupton, Frederick C Kelly, Bill Leslie, Leesa Moore Craigie, Debra Morgan, Michael Mory, Anthony Patterson, Paul Pedziwiatr, Peter Sockett, Michael Upchurch, William Weinel, WRAL-TV

Special Event/Edited
Olde Beaufort Seaport & Tall Ships Celebration – David Crabtree, Phyllis Parish, Bob Sadler. WRAL-TV

Advanced Media Interactivity
Storm Tracker 2007 – Nathan Clendenin, WRAL.com
WRAL.com Video Player – Nathan Clendenin, WRAL.com

PSA Campaign
Get Real, Get Tested “House Calls/Dr. Devin/Delta” – Karen Johnson, FOX 50

Promo Spot/Programs (Non-News)
January Hits – Jason Matthews, Justin Owen, Scott Reid, FOX 50

Promo Campaign/Programs (Non-News)
toNIGHTime – Jason Matthews, Christine Van Cott, FOX 50

Advanced Media Commercial
GOLO.com – Christian McIlwain, Shan Zhong, WRAL.com

Animation
Shan Animation Composite – Shan Zhong, WRAL-TV

Director/News
Riegelwood Tornado – James A. Ford, Jr., WRAL-TV

Director/Short Form
Your Weather Station – Shan Zhong, WRAL-TV

Editor/News
Scott Mason Composite – Scott Mason, WRAL-TV

Editor/Program (Non-News)
NC Wanted Composite – Christopher Mason, FOX 50

Editor/Short Form
Fayetteville’s Weather Station – Shan Zhong, WRAL-TV
WRAL.com Breaking News – Christian McIlwain, Shan Zhong, WRAL-TV
Your Weather Station – Shan Zhong, WRAL-TV

Advanced Media Video Editor
WRAL.com “Create Your Own Promo” – Christian McIlwain, WRAL.com

Graphic Arts
Shan Graphic Arts Composite – Shan Zhong, WRAL-TV

Lighting
WRAL 2007 HD Talent Opens – Steve Elizondo, Shelly Leslie, Jay Yovanovich, WRAL-TV

Music Composer/Arranger
Tall Ships – Bill Leslie, WRAL-TV

Photography/News
Adkins 30fps – Richard Adkins, WRAL-TV

Advanced Media Photographer
North Carolina State Fair 2006 – Nathan Clendenin, WRAL.com

Technical Achievement
WRAL Parade of Sail – Matthew Brandes, Charles Braswell, Sean Drew, James A. Ford, Jr., Tony Gupton, Frederick C Kelly, Leesa Moore Craigie, Michael Mory, Anthony Patterson, Paul Pedziwiatr, Peter Sockett, Michael Upchurch, William Weinel, Adam P Woodlief, WRAL-TV

Writer/News
Scott Mason Stories – Scott Mason, WRAL-TV

Writer/Program (Non-News)
The Case of Bonnie Neighbors – Katie Prince, FOX 50

Writer/Short Form
Durham Bulls – “Make Mine Mini” – Christian McIlwain, WRAL-TV

The two CBC stations were among 700 entries which were culled down to nominations for 58 stations and companies in 70 categories by a panel of judges from other regions. Nominees come from the Nashville/Midsouth Region, which encompasses the states of North Carolina (except Asheville) and Tennessee, and the television market of Huntsville, Alabama.

 

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