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Upper Midwest Emmys (Minnesota/Iowa/South Dakota/etc) took place on Saturday, November 14.

RECIPIENTS: https://midwestemmys.org/emmy-awards/emmy-recipients/ 

VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ts0XNiMX-g

 

TWIN CITIES

  • KARE blew everyone else out of the water with 27 wins
    • Overall excellence, news excellence, investigative series, reporter (Boyd Huppert)
  • WCCO won 3
    • Evening news, breaking news, continuing coverage (all related to George Floyd coverage)
  • KSTP won 4 
    • Daytime news, investigative story, politics/govt story, news anchor (Matt Belanger - most recently made headlines for being struck in the face at a light rail platform in May)
  • KMSP won 5 
    • General assignment report (Tom Lyden), crime story, historic/cultural program, promos x 2

OTHERS (just a sampling)

  • WOI won 1 (education)
  • WHO won 3 (sports anchor [Keith Murphy], weather story, health story)
  • KMEG won 2 (evening news, weather anchor [John Gerard])
  • KGAN won 2 (politics/govt program, weather program)
  • KSFY won 1 (morning news)
  • KBJR won 1 (daytime news)
  • WDAY won 1 (evening news)

 

FUTURE CEREMONIES:

 

  • Mid-America (e.g. Missouri): November 21st
  • Chicago/Midwest: November 22nd
  • Lone Star (Texas): December 5th
  • Suncoast (e.g. Florida): December 12th
  • Nashville/Midsouth (also includes Raleigh, Charlotte, Knoxville, Winston-Salem, etc.): TBA 
    • likely to happen in 2021 (last ceremony happened in February 2020)
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On 11/18/2020 at 10:25 PM, Roadrunner said:

Upper Midwest Emmys (Minnesota/Iowa/South Dakota/etc) took place on Saturday, November 14.

RECIPIENTS: https://midwestemmys.org/emmy-awards/emmy-recipients/ 

VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ts0XNiMX-g

 

TWIN CITIES

  • KARE blew everyone else out of the water with 27 wins
    • Overall excellence, news excellence, investigative series, reporter (Boyd Huppert)
  • WCCO won 3
    • Evening news, breaking news, continuing coverage (all related to George Floyd coverage)
  • KSTP won 4 
    • Daytime news, investigative story, politics/govt story, news anchor (Matt Belanger - most recently made headlines for being struck in the face at a light rail platform in May)
  • KMSP won 5 
    • General assignment report (Tom Lyden), crime story, historic/cultural program, promos x 2

OTHERS (just a sampling)

  • WOI won 1 (education)
  • WHO won 3 (sports anchor [Keith Murphy], weather story, health story)
  • KMEG won 2 (evening news, weather anchor [John Gerard])
  • KGAN won 2 (politics/govt program, weather program)
  • KSFY won 1 (morning news)
  • KBJR won 1 (daytime news)
  • WDAY won 1 (evening news)

Meanwhile...Pioneer PBS (North Dakota) won six; Twin Cities PBS and Iowa PBS, four apiece.

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2 hours ago, TheRob said:

Includes St. Louis, Kansas City, Little Rock, Springfield (MO & IL), Fayetteville (AR), Shreveport (LA), etc.

 

Morning/daytime newscast: KMBC & KCTV (both for the Linwood tornado) + KARK

Evening newscast: KMBC, KY3-KSPR, KATV, KHBS-KHOG

Weekend: KSDK

Overall excellence: KMBC

News excellence: KMBC

News anchor: KCTV: Ellen McNamara

Meteorologist: KY3-KSPR: Abby Dyer

Sports anchor: KSHB - Mick Shaffer

Reporter: KSDK - PJ Randhawa

 

ST LOUIS

  • KSDK: 9
  • KMOV: 4
  • KTVI: 2
  • KDNL: 0

KANSAS CITY

  • KMBC: 8
  • KCTV: 8
  • WDAF: 5
  • KSHB: 4

SAMPLING OF OTHERS:

KATV (4), KSLA (3), FOX Sports Midwest (4), Kansas City Chiefs (5), numerous PBS wins

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Chicago/Midwest NATAS had their Emmys on Sunday night (November 22):

Another big day for everyone! The ceremony was hosted by comedian Pat McGann, who received acclaim after hosting in 2016.

WINNERS: https://chicagoemmyonline.org/files/2020/11/2020-Emmy-Winner-List.docx.pdf.pdf 

VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mnK6rGCfHiw&feature=emb_title

 

CHICAGO

  • WBBM won 11 -- its investigative reporting, as usual, sweeping key categories
    • Dave Savini for investigative series and story
    • Brad Edwards for two news gathering (hard) and religion report
    • Irika Sargent (society report), Lauren Victory (traffic/transportation reporter), and Jeremy Ross (GA reporter) round out the other on-air roles
  • WGN won 7 [morning news, magazine (Larry Potash), crime report (Ben Bradley), military (Michael Lowe), news writing (Michael Lowe)]
  • WLS won 5 [evening news, news anchor (Terrell Brown), arts/culture report (Tanja Babich), live coverage (Countdown to 2020), non-news editing]
  • WGBO won 3 [public/community affairs program, program host (Alex Hernandez), directing]
  • WSNS won 2 [investigative series, environment (both Hilda Gutierrez)]
  • WTTW won 2 [public/community affairs program, public/community affairs series]
  • WMAQ won 2 [spot news, environment report]
  • WCIU won 1 [weather anchor (Jon Hansen)]
  • WFLD won 0 (no noms)

MILWAUKEE

  • WITI won 7
    • investigative reporter (Amanda St. Hilaire)
    • business/consumer report (Bryan Polcyn)
    • environment report (Amy DuPont)
    • human interest (Ted Perry)
    • health/science (Carl Deffenbaugh)
  • WISN won 1 
    • sports report (Stephen Watson)
  • WTMJ won 1 
    • education report (Carole Meekins)
  • WDJT won 0 (1 nom)

OTHER MARKETS (sampling)

  • WKOW - 1 (evening news)
  • WREX - 2 (weather report, society report)
  • WMTV - 1 (newscast for smaller markets)
  • Fox Sports Wisconsin - 4 (including sports anchor - Brian Anderson)
  • Cubs Productions - 3
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On 11/23/2020 at 2:41 PM, Roadrunner said:

MILWAUKEE

  • WITI won 7
    • investigative reporter (Amanda St. Hilaire)
    • business/consumer report (Bryan Polcyn)
    • environment report (Amy DuPont)
    • human interest (Ted Perry)
    • health/science (Carl Deffenbaugh)

I'm sure that trend will continue next year now that WITI is a Fox O&O once again (and perhaps the only one to collect the most Emmys).

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  • 3 weeks later...

The last two NATAS Emmys of 2020 were held the past two weekends. The Nashville/Midsouth chapter is poised to hold their ceremony in 2021, which closes out the challenging season.

And please excuse the bold font; I apologize for the formatting issues.

 

LONE STAR Emmys - December 5:

(If two bullets, English-language is first, followed by Spanish-language)

  • Overall excellence

    • WFAA

    • KUVN

  • News excellence

    • WFAA

    • KXTX

  • Evening newscast

    • WFAA, KVUE, KBMT

    • KXTX, KVDA, KTLM

  • Morning/daytime newscast

    • WFAA, KVUE, KLTV

    • KXLN, KWEX, KVDA, KTLM

  • Weekend newscast

    • KPRC

    • KWEX 

  • News anchor

    • KXAS-Kris Gutierrez (now at KPRC)

    • KXTX-Norma Garcia, Enrique Teutelo // Carlos Zapata, Nancy Leal

  • Weather anchor

    • WFAA-Pete Delkus

    • KXTX-Alexis Orengo

  • Reporter

    • WFAA-Kevin Reece

    • KTDO-Carlos Sanchez

  • Investigative reporter

    • KPRC-Mario Diaz

    • KXLN-Belen Smole

  • Live reporter

    • KXAS-Larry Collins

    • KXLN-Gabriel Preciado

Other factoids:

  • Kevin Reece adds to his already high # of Emmys (was ~45)
  • For Amber Guyger & Botham Jean, WFAA and KXAS won 1 each

  • For hard COVID news, KVDA won 2

  • For George Floyd protests, KRIV and WFAA won 1 each

  • DFW: WFAA won 30, KXTX won 21, KXAS won 13, KUVN won 4, KTVT won 2, KDFW won 1

  • HOU: KTMD won 14, KXLN won 11, KPRC won 9, KHOU won 3, KRIV won 1, KTRK won 0

  • AUS: KVUE won 5, KXAN won 4, KAKW won 1, KEYE won 0, KTBC won 0

  • SAT: KVDA won 9, KWEX won 2, WOAI won 2, KSAT won 1, KENS won 1, KABB won 0

  • ELP: KTDO won 9, KINT won 1, KTSM won 1, KFOX won 1, KDBC won 0, KVIA won 0

 

SUNCOAST Emmys - December 12:

(If two bullets, Spanish-language is first bullet, followed by English-language)

  • Overall excellence

    • WFLA

  • News excellence

    • WKAQ

    • WWL, WVUE

  • Morning newscast

    • WAFB

  • Daytime newscast

    • WKAQ

  • Evening newscast

    • WKAQ

    • WJXT, WJAX

  • News anchor

    • WLTV - Sandra Peebles

  • Weather anchor

    • WKAQ - Elizabeth Robaina

    • WPMI - Alan Sealls

  • GA reporter 

    • WSCV - Alexis Boente Arias

    • WFTS - Michael Paluska

  • Specialty reporter

    • WTVJ - Sheli Muniz, WTSP - Jenna Bourne, WVUE - Lee Zurik, WBBH - Sean Martinelli

Other factoids: 

  • For George Floyd protests, WOFL and WFTS won 1 each

  • For Hurricane Dorian, WPLG, WPEC, and WFTV won 1 each and WSVN won 2

  • For Puerto Rico’s Telegramgate scandal, WTVJ, WVEN, and WKAQ won 1 each

  • WTSP won an Emmy for its rebranding campaign

(Spanish-language stations in italics)

  • For Puerto Rico, WKAQ won 8

  • MSY: WWL won 8, WVUE won 6, WGNO won 4, WDSU won 1

  • JAX: WJXT won 5, WTLV won 5, WJAX won 2

  • MIA: WLTV won 7, WSCV won 4, WPLG won 3, WSVN won 2, WTVJ won 1, WFOR won 0

  • TPA: WTSP won 5, WRMD won 4, WFLA won 3, WFTS won 2, WTVT won 1, Bay News 9 won 1, WVEA won 0

  • MCO: WFTV won 4, WKMG won 2, WESH won 2, WOFL won 1, WVEN won 1, WTMO won 1

  • RSW: WBBH won 5, WZVN won 1, WINK won 0

  • PBI: WPEC won 3, WPTV won 2, WPBF won 0, WFLX won 0

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