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PBS NORTH CAROLINA RECOGNIZED WITH 10 EMMY® NOMINATIONS
The 36th Midsouth Regional Emmy® Award Nominees Announced Monday
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC, 11/30/2021 — PBS North Carolina earned 10 Midsouth Regional Emmy® Award nominations during last night’s nominations livestream. The winners, recognized for excellence in television production, will be announced during the 36th Midsouth Regional Emmy® Awards in late February 2022.
This year’s PBS North Carolina Midsouth Regional Emmy® Award nominees are:
News Light Feature — Single Report
Rebecca Ward, Brooks Bennett
Paula Edelson, Galen Black, Melissa Salpietra, Elizabeth Snoke Harris
Jonathan Steve Duran Arriola, Josh Clinard, Nathan Shepherd, Rachel Raney, Galen Black, Justine Schmidt
Jonathan Steve Duran Arriola, Mark McSpadden, Brooks Bennett, Heather Burgiss, Nathan Shepherd, Miriam McSpadden
Public Affairs Program
Kelly McCullen, David Hurst, Nicholas Fuchs, Jodi Dishner, Stephanie Rogers, Evan Howell
Kelly McCullen, Kristin Genszler Jenkins
Editor — Short Form Content
Photographer — Short Form Content
Oysters Carolina – My Home, NC
Miriam McSpadden, Brooks Bennett
Writer — News
About the Midsouth Regional Emmy® Awards
Materials broadcast, cablecast or webcast in the Midsouth Region, which encompasses the states of North Carolina (except Asheville) and Tennessee, plus northern Alabama, from July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021 were eligible for entry. Nominations are announced during the week of Thanksgiving. Emmy® Awards are granted at a live event in Nashville in February.
Founded in 1957, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) is dedicated to the advancement of the arts and sciences of television and the promotion of creative leadership for artistic, educational and technical achievements within the television industry. NATAS membership consists of broadcast and media professionals in 19 regional chapters across the country.
About PBS North Carolina
As North Carolina’s statewide PBS network serving the country’s third-largest public media market, PBS NC educates, informs, entertains and inspires its statewide audience on-air, online and in-person. Through its unique partnership of public investment and private support, the statewide network includes in-person engagement, digital-first social and online content delivery, and four over-the-air channels—PBS NC, the North Carolina Channel, Rootle 24/7 PBS Kids and the Explorer Channel. Its transformational events and content spark curiosity and wonder for all North Carolinians. Additionally, PBS NC serves as the backbone for North Carolina’s state’s emergency services. Visit pbsnc.org and join the conversation at facebook.com/MyPBSNC and @MyPBSNC on Instagram and Twitter.
Kathleen Kramer, PBS North Carolina Marketing & Communications