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Los Angeles Area Emmy Award winners

KCET, KNBC tie for top prizes

L.A. LOCAL COLOR

“2006 Southern California Special Olympics” (CBS2/KCAL9)
Bobby Matthews, Producer
Garry Ashton, Producer
Russell Kodani, Producer
Brian Singer, Producer
Jeff Proctor, Executive Producer
Steve Rangel, Executive Producer

 

 

PUBLIC, MUNICIPAL AND OPERATOR PRODUCED CABLE
“Every 15 Minutes – Hoover High School” (GTV6)
Roger Johnstone, Producer
Brian Halloran, Associate Producer
Robert Townsend, Associate Producer
Hanry Safarian, Associate Producer
Jessica Houston, Associate Producer
Sabrina Thomas, Associate Producer
Tor Johansen, Associate Producer
Sherri Servillo, Associate Producer

 

 

ARTS AND CULTURE/HISTORY
“Behind The Lyrics” (KHIZ)
A.J. Lewis, Producer
Garrett Law, Executive Producer
Peter White, Executive Producer
Richard Janes, Co-Producer

 

 

ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMMING
“Ski Switzerland (Travel Cafe)” (NBC4)
Chuck Henry, Executive Producer/Host
Kristin Arntz, Producer

 

 

CHILDREN/YOUTH PROGRAMMING
“Dwp 2006 Science Bowl” (La Cityview35)
Tony Ighani, Executive Producer/Producer
David Goldsmith, Producer
Walter Zeisl, Producer

 

 

NEWS SPECIAL“Forgotten Footprints: The Children Of Uganda” (Fox11)
Cristy Fajardo, Producer/Host
Elizabeth Espinosa, Producer/Host

 

 

SPORTS SPECIAL
“Fred Roggin’s Road To Torino” (NBC4)
Charlie Rosene, Executive Producer
Fred Roggin, Executive Producer/Host
Steve Leveton, Producer
Dino Castro, Producer

 

 

SPORTS SERIES (News)
“Sports Central” (KCAL9)
KCAL9 Sports Team

 

 

SPORTS SERIES (Programming)
“Before The Bigs” (FSN Prime Ticket)
FSN Prime Ticket Sports Team

 

 

LIVE SPECIAL EVENTS
“May Day Boycott” (NBC4)
NBC4 News Team

 

 

FEATURE SEGMENT
“A Star Is Born (California Connected)” (KCET)
Angela Shelley, Producer
Bret Marcus, Executive Producer
Judy Muller, Reporter

 

 

SERIOUS NEWS STORY – SINGLE REPORT“La Verguenza – Day Laborers” (En Contexto) (KVEA)
Maria Garcia, Reporter
Juan-Manuel Martinez, Editor

 

 

LIGHT NEWS STORY – SINGLE REPORT
“Double Treble” (Fox11 10PM News) (Fox11)
Gerri Shaftel, Producer
Debbie Kim, Editor
John Beard, Anchor
Julio Duran, Camera
Rodger Howard, Camera
High School Cheerleading Tapes For

 

 

LIGHT NEWS STORY- MULTI REPORT
“Con Los Dias Contados” (Noticias 34 at 6PM) (KMEX)
Julio Cesar Ortiz, Reporter

 

 

INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING
“Taxicab Deception” (Channel 4 News) (NBC4)
Matt Goldberg, Producer
Joel Grover, Reporter
Jose Hernandez, Camera
David Fernandez, Camera
James Hourani, Editor

 

 

FEATURE SEGMENT
“Dog Park (Life & Times)” (KCET)
Cris Franco, Reporter
Jack Moody, Editor

 

 

GRAPHICS
“Ducks Open/High School Game Of The Week” (FSN Prime Ticket)
Chris Calleton, Graphics Designer

 

 

SPORTS REPORTING
Curt Sandoval, Reporter
Dae Ho Suk, Producer
Jeff Macintyre, Producer (ABC7)

 

 

HARD NEWS REPORTING
Joel Grover, Reporter
Matt Goldberg, Producer (NBC4)

 

 

NEWS FEATURE REPORTING
Lisa Joyner, Reporter, Kimberly Mcwatt, Producer (CBS2/KCAL9)

 

 

NEWS DIRECTOR
Armando Acevedo, Director (KMEX)

 

 

NON-NEWS VIDEOGRAPHER (Single Camera)
Brett Wood, Camera (KCET)
John Kabasakalis, Camera (KCET)

 

 

NON-NEWS VIDEOGRAPHER (Multi Camera)
No Nominations In This Category.

 

 

EDUCATION
“When Disaster Strikes: A Survival Guide” (KTLA5)
Jeff Wald, Executive Producer
Scott Aulerich, Producer
Joe Russin, Producer
Michaela Pereira, Talent
Christie Lyn Lugo Leigh, Coordinating Producer

 

 

CRIME/SOCIAL ISSUES
“War Stories From Ward 7-D” (California Connected) (KCET)
Jonathan Dann, Producer
Lisa Mcree, Reporter/Producer
Bret Marcus, Executive Producer

 

 

INFORMATIONAL/PUBLIC AFFAIRS SERIES (More Than 50% Remote)
“California Connected” (KCET)
Lisa Mcree, Anchor
Justine Schmidt, Senior Producer
Bret Marcus, Executive Producer
Ellen Raphael, Line Producer
Morgan Bell, Post Production Producer

 

 

INFORMATIONAL/PUBLIC AFFAIRS SERIES (More Than 50% Studio Based)
“Studio 2” (CBS2)
Pat Harvey, Anchor
Laura Diaz, Anchor
Paul Magers, Anchor

 

 

LIVE SPORTS COVERAGE
“Dodgers Baseball: Padres @ Dodgers” (FSN Prime Ticket)
FSN Prime Ticket Sports Team

 

 

SPORTS FEATURE
“Vladimir Guerrero: Before The Bigs” (FSN West)
Jack Wilson, Producer/Editor
Ed Lewis, Camera
Jose Mota, Reporter

 

 

INFORMATION SEGMENT
“Troubled Waters” (California Connected) (KCET)
Joseph Angier, Producer
Bret Marcus, Executive Producer
John Ridley, Reporter

 

 

LIVE COVERAGE OF AN UNSCHEDULED NEWS EVENT
“The Esperanza Fire” (CBS2/KCAL9)
CBS2/KCAL9 News Team

 

 

SERIOUS NEWS STORY – MULTI-PART
“Periodismo Con Acento” (Noticias 34 at 11PM) (KMEX)
Claudia Botero, Reporter
Francisco Vasquez, Camera/Editor
Andres Angulo, Executive Producer

 

 

MEDICAL, CULTURAL & SOCIAL NEWS STORY – SINGLE REPORT
“Out Of Africa: Ethiopia To L.A.” (KCAL9 News at 10PM) (KCAL9)
Kimberly Mcwatt, Producer
Pat Harvey, Reporter

 

 

MEDICAL, CULTURAL & SOCIAL NEWS STORY – MULTI-REPORT
“Farm To Fork” (KTLA Morning News/Prime News) (KTLA5)
Lynette Romero, Reporter/Producer
Brian Choo, Camera/Editor
Allan Lopez, Producer

 

 

SHORT PROMO
“Contexto Quotes Generic” (KVEA)
Mario Del Olmo, Producer
Tim Paine, Producer
Ruben Luengas, Talent

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
“Do You Know CPR?” (Beverly Hills Network 10)
Richard Gale, Producer
Mark Geddes, Executive Producer
Christopher Brady, Producer
Rae Stone, On-Camera Talent
Oto Brezina, On-Camera Talent
Brian Rohan, On-Camera Talent
Galen Black, On-Camera Talent
Tim Carroll, On-Camera Talent
Dylan Dorward- Sachs, On-Camera Talent
Lisa Early, On-Camera Talent
Mia Franco, On-Camera Talent
Christopher Gomez, On-Camera Talent

 

 

NON-NEWS DIRECTOR
Doug Freeman, Director (FSN West)

 

 

NEWS WRITER
Mary Harris, Writer (NBC4)

 

 

NON-NEWS WRITER
John Ridley, Writer (KCET)

 

 

NEWS EDITOR
Beatrice Schreiber, Editor (CBS2/KCAL9)

 

 

NON-NEWS EDITOR
Tim Paine, Editor (KVEA)

 

 

NEWS VIDEOGRAPHER
Arturo Quezada, Camera (KMEX)

 

 

STATION AWARDS
Station awards do not have nominations. Rather, all entrants are “candidates”, and each candidate will be announced on stage at the awards presentation as a contender for the Emmy statuette in its category.
Regularly Scheduled Daily News: 0-35 Minute Format
“CBS2 News at 11PM” (CBS2)

 

 

REGULARLY SCHEDULED DAILY NEWS: OVER 35 MINUTE FORMAT
KTLA Prime News (KTLA5)

 

 

REGULARLY SCHEDULED DAILY NEWS: DAYTIME NEWSCAST
“CBS2 News at 6AM” (CBS2)

 

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