33rd News & Documentary Emmy Awards

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33rd News & Documentary Emmy Awards
Date October 1, 2012
Location Rose Hall, Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center
New York City
32nd News & Documentary
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The 33rd News & Documentary Emmy Awards were held on October 1, 2012, at Rose Hall, Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, located in the Time Warner Center in New York City. Awards were presented in 42 categories, including Breaking News, Investigative Reporting, Outstanding Interview, and Best Documentary. In attendance were over 900 television and news media industry executives, news and documentary producers and journalists.

Notable awards included the Lifetime Achievement Award given to news anchors Jorge Ramos and María Elena Salinas of Noticiero Univision.[1]

Winners[edit]

Network breakdown[edit]

The following chart is a breakdown of number of awards won this awards season per station.

Channel Number of Emmy's
This Season
PBS 9
ABC 7
CBS 7
NBC 3
CNN 2
Discovery Channel 2
HBO 2
National Geographic Channel 1
CFR/MediaStorm 1
CNBC 1
Discovery Channel 1
The New York Times 1
Showtime 1
Science Channel 1
Smithsonian Channel 1
Time 1
WFAA (Dallas) 1
WTHR (Indianapolis) 1

Breakdown by program[edit]

Program Channel Number of Emmy's
This Season
60 Minutes CBS 5
CBS Evening News CBS 1
48 Hours CBS 1
Rock Center with Brian Williams NBC 1
Dateline NBC NBC 1
NBC News Education Nation NBC 1
POV PBS 5
Frontline PBS 2
Independent Lens PBS 1
Nature PBS 1
ABC News Special Events ABC 1
Brian Ross Investigates: Peace Corps – A Trust Betrayed ABC 1
New Generation Explorers Campaign National Geographic Channel 1
Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero Science Channel 1
Anderson Cooper 360° CNN 1
Revolution in Egypt: President Mubarak Steps Down CNN 1
The Tillman Story Showtime 1
Crisis Guide: Iran CFR/MediaStorm 1
Human Planet Discovery Channel 1
Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero: Stories from the Pile Discovery Channel 1
New Generation Explorers Campaign National Geographic Channel 1
HBO Documentary Films HBO 2
Touch of Evil NYTimes.com 1
Beyond 9/11: Portraits of Resilience TIME.com 1
Decoding Immortality Smithsonian Channel 1
WFAA News 8 at 10pm WFAA (Dallas, Texas) 1
WTHR Eyewitness News Nightbeat WTHR (Indianapolis, Indiana) 1

Awards[edit]

Lifetime Achievement Award Chairman's Award
Regularly Scheduled Newscast News Magazine
  • Coverage of a Breaking News Story
  • Continuing Coverage of a News Story
  • Feature Story
  • Investigative Journalism
    • Brian Ross Investigates: Peace Corps—A Trust Betrayed, 20/20 (ABC)
  • Business And Economic Reporting
  • News Discussion And Analysis
Long Form Interview
Programming Best Story In A Regularly Scheduled Newscast
Best Report In A News Magazine Best Documentary
  • Brian Ross Investigates: Peace Corps—A Trust Betrayed, 20/20 (ABC)
  • Beyond 9/11: Portraits of Resilience, (TIME.com)
New Approaches To News & Documentary Programming: Individual Achievement In A Craft:
  • Current News Coverage
  • Documentaries
    • Beyond 9/11: Portraits of Resilience, (TIME.com)
  • Arts, Lifestyle & Culture
  • Writing
  • Research
  • Cinematography - Nature
  • Cinematography - News Coverage / Documentaries
  • Editing
    • 60 Minutes' Gospel for Teens (CBS)
  • Editing–Documentary & Long Form
    • POV: Armadillo (PBS)
  • Graphic Design & Art Direction
  • Music & Sound
    • HBO Documentary Films: Saving Pelican 895 (HBO)
  • Lighting Direction & Scenic Design
    • NBC News' Education Nation Summit (NBC)
  • Video Journalism – News
Promotional Announcement Regional News Story

Nominees[edit]

Presenters[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]