October 3, 2022

Arizona Public Media honored with 10 individual Emmy® Awards

AZPM received 10 individual Emmy Awards for four projects across four categories

2022 Emmy thumbs Arizona Public Media staff received 10 individual regional Emmy​​® Awards for four projects across four categories. Clockwise from top: Mirrors for Magellan, TECHNOLOGY CONTENT; An Unequivocal Truth, WEATHER CONTENT; Footprints From the Past, HISTORICAL/CULTURAL SHORT-FORM CONTENT; We Are the Water Missing Home, NEWS SERIOUS FEATURE SINGLE REPORT.

Arizona Public Media staff received 10 individual regional Emmy​​® Awards for four projects across four categories, more than any other station in Tucson and any other public broadcaster in Arizona. The awards were announced at The Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) gala in Phoenix on Saturday.

“I am honored to work with the talented producers, videographers, and editors whose passion and commitment are evident in every story they tell,” said Jack Gibson, AZPM Chief Executive Officer. “But the greater honor is knowing their work gives voice to the people of Southern Arizona. My heartfelt thanks to the winners and nominees for maintaining the excellence that is Arizona Public Media’s hallmark.”

AZPM staff earned 39 individual nominations for 16 projects across 12 categories, more than any other public media broadcaster in the region. Notable this year was a program nomination for Arizona Illustrated, AZPM’s long-running newsmagazine, which airs Sundays at 6:30 p.m. on PBS 6.

The 2022 AZPM Emmy® winners are:

NEWS SERIOUS FEATURE SINGLE REPORT
We Are the Water Missing Home
Andrew Brown
Alisa Reznick
Mya Long

HISTORICAL/CULTURAL SHORT-FORM CONTENT
Footprints From the Past
Bryan Nelson
John DeSoto

TECHNOLOGY CONTENT
Mirrors for Magellan
Bryan Nelson
Robert Lindberg

WEATHER CONTENT
An Unequivocal Truth
Bryan Nelson
Robert Lindberg
Mya Long

For a complete list of nominees in the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter, which includes Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, and El Centro, California go to rockymountainemmy.org.


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