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Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards: Kcet, Kmex Among Top Honorees – Full Winners List

Non-commercial indie outlet Kcet walked away with the most trophies at Saturday night’s 70th annual Los Angeles Area Emmys with 11 wins, one more than last year. Spanish language outlet Kmex came in close behind with seven wins.

Other winners of the evening included ABC7 and Spectrum SportsNet La, who both nabbed five trophies. In addition, PBS SoCal’s “American Graduate: Let’s Make it Happen” was honored as the recipient of the Governors Award. The five-year program will be recognized for its work focusing and maximizing community resources to tackle Southern California’s high school dropout crisis.

Read the complete list of winners below.

Outstanding Director – News

Deya Ceballos, Director

Kvea

Outstanding Writer – News

Mary Harris, Writer

NBC4

Outstanding Hard News Reporting

Robert Kovacik, Reporter

NBC4

Outstanding News Feature Reporting

Pat Harvey, Reporter

CBS2/KCAL9

Nicolette Medina, Producer

Outstanding Editor – News

Jeff MacIntyre, Editor

ABC7

Outstanding Sports Reporting

Patrick O’Neal,
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Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards: Complete Winners List

The 2018 Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards were held Saturday, July 28 live from the city of angels, handing out trophies to local programming that made big impacts over the past year.

Kcet led the winners list with 11 trophies, followed closely behind by Kmex with seven and both ABC7 and Spectrum SportsNet La with five each.

The TV Academy announced winners in 47 categories total, including previously announced wins in the individual achievement categories, such as hard news reporting, sports reporting, director, writer, editor and videographer. PBS SoCal’s “American Graduate” won this year’s Governors Award, which was presented by Academy’s chairman and CEO Hayma Washington.

See the complete list of L.A. Area Emmy winners below:

Programming And News Categories

L.A. Local Color

Alta California

(The Migrant Kitchen)

Kcet

Matthew Crotty, Producer

Juan Devis, Executive Producer

Antonio Diaz, Producer

Stef Ferrari, Producer

Ben Hunter, Producer

Kelly Parker, Producer

Independent
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