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KCTS 9’s 2018 Northwest Regional Emmy® Award Winners!

June 11, 2018

And the Emmy goes to … We are proud to announce that KCTS 9 won six awards this weekend at the 55th Northwest Regional Emmy® Awards Ceremony, on June 9. KCTS 9 had been nominated for 25 awards by the Northwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Our station is devoted to providing quality journalism and compelling stories to the public. We are honored to have our work in environmental, cultural and civic reporting recognized.

Congrats to our winners!

Informational/Instructional — Feature/Segment — “What is the TransMountain Oil Pipeline?”

Ken Christensen – Associate Producer – EarthFix

 

Historic/Cultural — Feature/Segment — “Graduating at 92: One Woman’s Journey Through a U.S. Japanese Incarceration Camp”

Aileen Imperial – Producer/Photographer

Aly Chu – Illustrator

Amy Mahardy – Editor

Resti Bagcal – Photographer

 

Health/Science — Feature/Segment — “How Much Plastic Do You Want in Your Oysters and Clams?”

Ken Christensen - Associate Producer – EarthFix

 

Promotion — Program — Single Spot — “Our Vietnam Voices: Vince’s Story”

Charles Costanza – Producer/Writer

Jeremy Cropf – Executive Producer/Writer

Eric Pato – Animator

Madeleine Pisaneschi – Animator

Resti Bagcal – Photographer

 

Documentary — Topical — Reel NW — “Someone Like Me”

Bryan Tucker – Producer

 

Cascade Public Media was also awarded with a Citation for Outstanding Community Outreach for “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood Sweater Drive.”

Kelsey Tomascheski – Director of Marketing and Communications

Jeremy Cropf – Creative Services Director

Michael McClinton – Producer

Rob Dunlop – President/CEO

Resti Bagcal – Production Tech

Madeleine Pisaneschi – Graphic Designer

Vicki Ferguson

Bill Kight

Lisa Moore



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