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Kansas City PBS Wins 3 Regional Emmy Awards KCPBS Had 6 Nominations This Year

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Kansas City PBS has received three regional Emmy Awards in 2023 for its coverage of politics, government and public affairs.

The Mid-America Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) announced the awards at the 47th Annual Mid-America Emmy Awards Saturday night in Branson, Missouri. The winners of the awards display outstanding cultural, educational, technological, entertainment, news and informational achievements in television.

“Thank you to the Mid-America Emmy Awards for recognizing Kansas City PBS’ vital storytelling and honoring our talented team members with these three prestigious awards,” said Kliff Kuehl, president and CEO of Kansas City PBS. “I’m proud of the stories we’ve produced and thankful to all our supporters and collaborators who make this work possible!”

Kansas City PBS’ wins are as follows:


POLITICS/GOVERNMENT – SHORT-FORM CONTENT 

What’s the Deal with Kansas Cannabis Laws?: Emily Woodring and Cami Koons


POLITICS/GOVERNMENT – LONG-FORM CONTENT 

Activism in Kansas City | Flatland in Focus: Cody Boston, D. Rashaan Gilmore, Chris Lester, John McGrath, Brad Austin, Matt McClelland, Chris Cosgrove, Eric Mater, Clarence Dennis and Catherine Hoffman


PUBLIC AFFAIRS PROGRAM

The Gun Conundrum: Michael Price, Nick Haines and Ryan Hennessey



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