The Mid-America Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) awarded the 41st Annual Mid-America Emmy® Awards Saturday night. KCPT received three Emmy® awards.
KCPT had eleven nominations for its ongoing programs, multi-media, community engagement and television specials.
INFORMATIONAL / INSTRUCTIONAL / PROGRAM SPECIAL
• Public Works? The Cost of Our Aging Infrastructure, KCPT, Kansas City, MO – Cole Blaise, John McGrath, Brad Austin
• Presenting Sponsors: Burns & McDonnell Foundation | Heavy Constructors Association of Greater Kansas City http:// http://www.flatlandkc.org/public-works INFORMATIONAL / INSTRUCTIONAL – FEATURE SEGMENT
• Ferment Nation – Wine is Mystery, KCPT, Kansas City, MO – Doug Frost, Kevin Lambi, Dave Burkhardt, Amanda Krenos, Matthew McClelland https://www.flatlandkc.org/video-series/ferment-nation/ferment-nation-wine-mystery/ PUBLIC / CURRENT / COMMUNITY AFFAIRS – PROGRAM / SPECIAL • Water Rates and Rivers, KCPT, Kansas City, MO – Michael Price, Mark Stamm, Amanda Krenos, Randy Mason, Angee Simons https://www.flatlandkc.org/public-works/ways-means-public-works/water/water-rates-rivers/
About NATAS Mid-America Chapter: The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences is dedicated to the advancement of the arts and sciences of television and the promotion of creative leadership for artistic, educational and technical achievements within the television industry. It recognizes excellence in television with the coveted Emmy Award. For more information please visit www.emmymid-america.org