The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) today announced the nominees for the 44th Annual Sports Emmy Awards. Leading the list are NFL Network’s NFL: 360 and NBC’s coverage of the XXIV Olympic Winter Games with 10 nominations each. The ceremony will take place live and in-person at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall on Monday, May 22.
NBA on TNT helped give the WarnerMedia-owned network a big lift over its competitors at this year’s 42nd Annual Sports Emmys. Announced late Tuesday, this year TNT won the most Sports Emmys of any single outlet, with seven — followed closely by ESPN, which earned six. If corporate entities are combined, then the ESPN triumvirate of ESPN, ESPN Plus and ESPN Deportes actually landed the most wins, with a total of nine.
The 2020 Daytime Emmys, Sports Emmys, News & Documentary Emmys and Technology & Engineering Emmys will be replaced by virtual ceremonies, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced on Wednesday. The Technology & Engineering ceremony had originally been scheduled for April 19 in Las Vegas, and had been postponed until October due to restrictions to combat the coronavirus; the Sports Emmys had been scheduled for April 28 in New York but postponed to fall; the Daytime Emmys had been scheduled for June 12-14 in Pasadena but postponed to fall; and the News & Documentary Emmys had been scheduled for September in New York.
ESPN’s newsmagazine E: 60 led all nominations (with 10) for the 41st Annual Sports Emmy Awards, as announced on Thursday by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The Sports Emmys, originally scheduled for April 28 at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall, has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, with no replacement date yet announced. Nonetheless, NATAS has moved ahead with revealing this year’s nominees.
The results are in for the 40th annual Sports Emmy Awards. ESPN and NBC tied for the most trophies with six apiece, and their respective network groups also played to a draw with eight each.
As if huge ratings and lasting memories for the 2016 World Series weren’t enough for Fox, the network, cable sibling FS1 and Fox Sports Media Group on Tuesday night scored the most wins at the 38th annual Sports Emmys.
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) today announced that Verne Lundquist, CBS Sports’ lead play-by- play announcer for college football and broadcaster of more than 20 different […]
Both networks took home 11 trophies at Tuesday night’s 36th annual Sports Emmy Awards. Fox Sports trailed close behind, taking home eight statues, including the first ever for Fox Sports 1.
ESPN networks and NBC Sports led the industry with 57 and 42 Sports Emmy Award nominations, respectively, as the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences unveiled the 36th annual list of nominees. In terms of specific networks, ESPN led the way with 37 nods, while NBC earned 33. NBC Sports Group’s coverage of the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi was also a big winner, earning 15 nominations — the most of any program.
NBC Sports Group won six awards at Tuesday’s ceremony in New York City, while Fox, HBO Sports and the MLB Network took home five awards each. Ted Turner receives the Lifetime Achievement Award.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences have announced the nominees for the 35th annual Sports Emmy Awards. ESPN leads with the most network nominations at 30, followed by Fox with 18.
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) today announced that entrepreneur, sportsman and television visionary, Ted Turner, will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award for Sports at […]
Spanish-language programs will take on greater prominence at the Daytime Emmys through the introduction of new categories announced today. The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences also said that the Sports Emmys and News & Documentary Emmys would also be adding awards honoring Spanish-language media.
NBC led the league at the Sports Emmy Awards, handed out Tuesday Night in New York. The Peacock scored 10 wins, including five for its coverage of last year’s London Olympics, and its NFL ratings beast Sunday Night Football won the outstanding live sports series trophy for the fifth consecutive year. HBO was next with six nods.
Sunday Night Football commentator Al Michaels is presented with the lifetime achievement award at Monday’s ceremony in New York.
ESPN and HBO lead the network pack with most nominations for this year’s Sports Emmy Awards. There are some 150 nominees in 33 categories.