CPTV Wins Two Regional Emmy Awards for the 2010 Television Season
CPTV Wins Two Regional Emmy Awards for
the 2010 Television Season
Connecticut Public Television (CPTV) won two Emmy Awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Boston/New England Chapter for the 2010 television season. The awards were received at the 34th Boston/New England Emmy Award Ceremony, held on Saturday, May 14 at Granite Links Golf Club in Quincy, Massachusetts.
“We’re excited to be recognized for our work in 2010 with two Regional Emmy Awards,” says Dean Orton, senior vice president of development and media services for Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network (CPBN), parent company of CPTV. “To be acknowledged for our outstanding programming is extremely gratifying, and showcases the importance of the productions we air as well as the talent and dedication of our colleagues and staff.”
The Emmy Awards were received for the following programs and/or categories:
On Deadline: Is Time Running out for the Press?
Jeff Young, Producer/Editor
John O'Neill, Executive Producer/Director
Rosemary O'Neill, Writer
Jennifer Boyd, Executive Producer
Frederick Douglass: Pathway From Slavery to Freedom
Chris Campbell, Executive Producer/Director
CPTV/Young American Heroes, LLC