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Three Regional Emmys Go To … Kansas City PBS

KCPBS had 10 Nominations This Year

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Kansas City PBS is the recipient of three regional Emmy awards for 2021.

The Mid-America Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) announced the awards at the 45th Annual Mid-America Emmy Awards Saturday night. The winners of the awards display outstanding cultural, educational, technological, entertainment, news and informational achievements in television.

“We are thrilled to win these Emmys,” said Kliff Kuehl, president and CEO of Kansas City PBS. “I’m proud of the valuable stories produced by our talented team members at Kansas City PBS, 90.9 The Bridge and Flatland. Thank you to our supporters and collaborators who support this important work.”

Kansas City PBS won the following awards:

HEALTH/MEDICAL – SHORT FORM CONTENT
Birthing Battle | How Midwifery (Racially) Evolved
Catherine Hoffman

HUMAN INTEREST – LONG FORM CONTENT
A Century of Change
Kerry Rounds, Tamara Rounds, Tanner Davis, Spencer Chaney, Kevin McKinney, Jazman Brewer, Jamaal Jackson, Anthony Dixon, Trey Swager, Brian Brooks

POLITICS/GOVERNMENT – LONG FORM
Justice Deferred
Nick Haines, Mark Stamm, Amanda Krenos, John McGrath, Matthew McClelland, Kevin Lambi

For more information about Kansas City PBS visit kansascitypbs.org.

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