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Four Emmys Go To… Kansas City PBS

KCPBS Had a Total of 10 Nominations This Year

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Kansas City PBS has been recognized with four regional Emmy awards for 2020.

The Mid-America Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) announced the awards at the 44th Annual Mid-America Emmy Awards Saturday night.

“Receiving four Emmys is an honor for the station and speaks to the valuable storytelling that’s happening across all of our brands — KCPBS, 90.9 The Bridge and Flatland, our digital news source,” said Kliff Kuehl, president & CEO of Kansas City PBS. “We are fortunate to have the continued support of our community and a talented team of collaborators who, even with current working restrictions imposed by a global pandemic, have been able to tell important KC stories.”

KCPBS won Emmys for the following programs:

ARTS/ENTERTAINMENT – PROGRAM/SPECIAL
Room Tone
Cody Boston, Morgan Cooper

DOCUMENTARY – HISTORICAL
Land of Opportunity
Nicholas Wiggins, Cole Blaise, Cody Boston, Samuel Jones,
Nathaniel Bozarth, Christopher Cook

INFORMATIONAL/INSTRUCTIONAL/PROGRAM SPECIAL
Higher Octaves
Brad Austin

PROGRAM PROMO – SINGLE SPOT OR CAMPAIGN (NON-NEWS)
For Those Still Curious
Cole Blaise, JP Haley, Emily Harris

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