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Kansas City PBS Earns 9 Regional Emmy Nominations

Winners to Be Announced Oct. 29

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Kansas City PBS received nine nominations for the 2022 National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Mid-America Regional Chapter EMMY Awards. The nominations are based on outstanding cultural, educational, technological, entertainment, news and informational achievements in television.

“We are thrilled to receive these nominations recognizing the diversity and importance of the content Kansas City PBS offers the metro,” said Kliff Kuehl, president and CEO of Kansas City PBS. “We are fortunate to have the generous support of our community, a talented team and collaborators who have been able to illuminate untold Kansas City stories on air and online.”

The winners will be announced on Oct. 29.  Kansas City PBS’ nominations are as follows:

EDUCATION/SCHOOLS – NEWS

Debates Over Critical Race Theory Obscure and Mislead

Cody Boston, Vicky Diaz-Camacho


DOCUMENTARY – CULTURAL

Womontown

Sandy Woodson, Emily Woodring, Brydie O’Connor


DOCUMENTARY – HISTORICAL

Preserving Our Past: Kansas City Stories of Black History

Catherine Hoffman


DOCUMENTARY – HISTORICAL

All These Delicate Sorrows

Brad Austin


PUBLIC AFFAIRS PROGRAM

Houseless In Kansas City | Flatland

Cody Boston, Catherine Hoffman, Vicky Diaz-Camacho, D. Rashaan Gilmore


ARTS/ENTERTAINMENT – LONG FORM CONTENT

Fade to Black

John McGrath, Brad Austin


HUMAN INTEREST – LONG FORM CONTENT

Heart of the City

Nicholas Wiggins, Jacob Handy, Samuel Jones, Nathan Johnson, Cody Boston


SOCIETAL CONCERNS – SHORT FORM CONTENT

Hotels for Kansas City’s Homeless Provide Shelter for Some and Headaches for Others

Catherine Hoffman, Cody Boston, Vicky Diaz-Camacho


PROMOTION – PROGRAM (SINGLE SPOT)

Fade to Black

John McGrath

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