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Kansas City PBS Earns 6 Regional Emmy Nominations Winners to Be Announced Sept. 30

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Kansas City PBS has received six nominations for the 2023 National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Mid-America Regional Chapter EMMY Awards. These nominations are based on outstanding cultural, educational, technological, entertainment, news and informational achievements in television.

“We are grateful to our community and creative partners who support vital storytelling across the Kansas City region and beyond,” said Kliff Kuehl, president and CEO of Kansas City PBS. “It is always rewarding to be recognized for the important content created by the talented individuals at Kansas City PBS.” 

Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in Branson, Missouri, on Saturday, Sept. 30, 2023.

Kansas City PBS’ nominations are as follows: 


ARTS/ENTERTAINMENT – LONG FORM CONTENT 

19L (One Nine Left)  

Brad Austin, John McGrath, Cole Blaise 


POLITICS/GOVERNMENT – SHORT-FORM CONTENT 

Dirt Road Democrat 

Catherine Hoffman 

What’s the Deal with Kansas Cannabis Laws? 

Cami Koons, Emily Woodring


POLITICS/GOVERNMENT – LONG-FORM CONTENT  

Activism in Kansas City | Flatland in Focus 

Cody Boston, D. Rashaan Gilmore, John McGrath, Brad Austin, Chris Lester, Matt McClelland, Chris Cosgrove, Eric Mater, Clarence Dennis, Catherine Hoffman 


PUBLIC AFFAIRS PROGRAM 

The Gun Conundrum 

Michael Price, Nick Haines, Ryan Hennessey 


PROMOTION – IMAGE PROMOTION OR PROMOTIONAL CAMPAIGN 

Picture This 

Anna Gonzalez, Catherine Hoffman, Cole Blaise 

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