The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced the 33rd annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards nominations, recognizing WGBH with 11 nominations. PBS garnered 37 nominations, more than NBC, ABC, HBO, CNN, Discovery Channel or National Geographic.
WGBH’s Frontline received nine nominations, including two nominations in the category of Outstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a News Magazine for “Revolution in Cairo” and “Syria Undercover” and two nominations in the Outstanding Investigative Journalism category for “A Perfect Terrorist” and “The Anthrax Files.”
WGBH’s science series Nova was recognized with a nomination in the Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a News Story Long Form category for “Engineering Ground Zero” and Outstanding Science and Technology Programming for “The Fabric of the Cosmos with Brian Greene.”
In addition, seven titles in the POV series were nominated for 15 awards. POV is public television’s showcase for independent nonfiction films, presented by a consortium of public television stations including WGBH. POV films accounted for four of the five nominees for Best Documentary: “Armadillo,” “Better This World,” “Enemies of the People” and “Last Train Home.”
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences will announce the winners on Monday, Oct. 1, at a ceremony at Frederick P. Rose Hall at Lincoln Center, located in the Time Warner Center in New York.
A list of all News and Documentary Emmy Award nominations for WGBH follows.
Outstanding Investigative Journalism, Long Form
Frontline, “A Perfect Terrorist”
Frontline, “The Anthrax Files”
Outstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a News Magazine
Frontline, “Revolution in Cairo”
Frontline, “Syria Undercover”
Outstanding Investigative Journalism in a News Magazine
Frontline, “The Child Cases”
Outstanding Science and Technology Programming
Nova, “The Fabric of the Cosmos with Brian Greene"
Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a News Story, Long Form
Nova, "Engineering Ground Zero"
Frontline, “The Interrogator"
Frontline, “The Spy Who Quit"
Outstanding Promotional Announcement, Institutional
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