WCPO’s investigations into clerical abuse and prison violence, our 70th anniversary special and our documentary about The Who concert tragedy have all been nominated for Ohio Valley Region Emmy Awards, the Academy announced Tuesday morning.
These features — and a variety of other programming — earned WCPO a total of 16 nominations in categories ranging from daily newscasts to human interest programs to promotions and productions.
The full list of nominations is as follows:
- Overall Excellence
- News Excellence
- Newcast, daytime and weekends: Remembering Detective Brewer: Lindsay Raleigh, Tanya O'Rourke, Tami Beyersdoerfer, Evan Millward, Joshua Bazan, Kristen Swilley, Christopher Gastright
- Breaking news: Partial Building Collapse, All Hands on Deck: Matt Luken, Evan Millward, Daniel Carroll, Jake Leber
- Feature news report, Serious Feature: Cuffed: Race in Prison: Jasmine Minor
- Investigative Report – Series: Culture of Silence: Craig Cheatham, Daniel Monk, Paula Murphy, Lot Tan, Brian Niesz
- Health/Science/Environment – Program: Bench Medicine: Court as Cure, Scott Wegener, Kristyn Hartman, Jake Leber
- Human Interest – Program: Hope After Hate, Hagit Limor, Lindsay Raleigh, Michael Benedic, Tanya O'Rourke, Kennan Oliphant
- Societal Concerns – News, Single Story: Above the Grave: Long Live Ike, Jasmine Minor
- Documentary - Historical: The Who: The Night that Changed Rock, Tanya O'Rourke, Michael Benedic, Hillary Lake, Emily Maxwell
- Nostalgia Program: WCPO's 70th Anniversary Special, Hillary Lake, Tanya O'Rourke, Michael Benedic, Jeremy Glover, Kristi Newton
- Promotion: News (Image or Campaign): Sounds of Winter, Jeremy Glover
- Promotion: Program (Single Spot/Campaign/Image): The Who: The Night That Changed Rock, Paul Harper
- Producer: Composite, Jeff Ackermann
- Reporter, Specialty Assignment: Hope After Hate, Hagit Limor
- Writer, News: Hope After Hate, Hagit Limor
The 56th Ohio Valley Region Emmy Awards will be held Oct. 4.