FRONTLINE Nominated for 11 Emmy Awards
FRONTLINE has earned 11 News and Documentary Emmy Award nominations this year for nine documentaries — including an experimental digital film — and a promotional campaign.
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) announced its 2014 nominations, including 43 total nods for PBS, today.
“We’re so proud of the remarkable teams that worked so hard to do this tough, tenacious reporting and tell these important stories,” said Raney Aronson-Rath, FRONTLINE deputy executive producer, and David Fanning, FRONTLINE executive producer. “It’s an honor for our work to be recognized in this way.”
FRONTLINE has won 65 Emmy Awards to date. Last year, Fanning — FRONTLINE’s founder — was recognized with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Emmy.
This year’s winners will be announced on Sept. 30. Watch the nominated FRONTLINE projects below.
Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a Current News Story — Long Form
Outstanding Investigative Journalism — Long Form
Outstanding Informational Programming — Long Form & Outstanding Research
Outstanding Business and Economic Reporting – Long Form
New Approaches – Documentaries
The Bombing of Al Bara: Filmmaker Olly Lambert captures rare footage of the immediate aftermath of Syrian government jets attacking civilian neighborhoods in the village of al-Bara.
Outstanding Promotional Announcement – Episodic
League of Denial – Dangerous Love Affair Trailer
See the full list of award nominations here.