Capitol Broadcasting Wins Midsouth Emmys: WRAL-TV and CBC Audience Development Receive Multiple Honors


WRAL-TV’s Shan Zhong won three Emmys at the 34th Annual Midsouth Emmy Awards ceremony in Nashville, TN, on Saturday, February 15, 2020.

WRAL-TV and Capitol Broadcasting brought home multiple statuettes from the 34th Annual Midsouth Regional Emmy Awards ceremony on Saturday, February 15, 2020.  WRAL-TV won three Emmys, and the CBC Audience Development team also won three.  The Nashville/Midsouth Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) made the annual presentation at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, TN.

And the WRAL-TV and CBC winners are:

This Is Human Trafficking – Cliff Bumgardner, Samuel Petersen, Capitol Broadcasting Company

Hurricane Florence Slams North Carolina – Rick Gall, Adam Owens, Mark Stebnicki, Lauren DesArmo, Sarah Krueger, Gilbert Baez, Kasey Cunningham, Rosalia Fodera, Kathryn Brown, David Crabtree, Mary Alice Boliek, Brian Thomas, WRAL-TV

This Is Human Trafficking – Anita Normanly, Cliff Bumgardner, Shelly Leslie, Capitol Broadcasting Company

Black Country – Anita Normanly, Keyetta Mangum, Shelly Leslie, Capitol Broadcasting Company and Black Country Productions

Shan Graphic Arts Composite – Shan Zhong, WRAL-TV

WRAL Virtual and Augmented Reality Projects – Shan Zhong, WRAL-TV

WRAL-TV Visual Design Director Shan Zhong also won an Emmy for Special Event Coverage as part of the “Live Emmy Telecast – 33rd Annual” team.

The full list of nominees and winners can be found here:

Watch the archived live stream of the awards telecast here:

Learn more about the CBC Audience Development Emmys:

Thanks to WRAL-TV’s Shan Zhong & Corp’s Shelly Leslie for these capcom photos.

SLIDESHOW:  WRAL-TV at the 34th Annual MidSouth Regional Emmys


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