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PBS WINS SIX NEWS AND DOCUMENTARY EMMYS ®
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Arlington, VA; September 29, 2022 – The 43rd News and Documentary Emmy ® Awards winners were presented at the Palladium Times Square in New York City on September 28 and 29. PBS received six total awards; FRONTLINE won four out of the six awards with two News Emmys ®, and two Documentary Emmys ®, followed by NATURE (1) AND POV (1). PBS continues to be a trusted source for news, public affairs programming, and enlightening documentaries. 

On Wednesday, September 28, 2022, Judy Woodruff of PBS NEWSHOUR was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for her groundbreaking career as anchor and managing editor at PBS NEWSHOUR.  

“PBS is so grateful for Judy’s work and accomplishments at PBS NEWSHOUR,” said Sylvia Bugg, Chief Programming Executive and General Manager, General Audience Programming at PBS. “Throughout her inspiring career she has raised journalistic standards and encouraged women in the communications industry worldwide. The Emmy Lifetime Achievement Award is very well deserved!”  

PBS congratulates all our News and Documentary Emmy ® Winners! 

 

NEWS EMMY ® WINS 

FRONTLINE Yemen’s COVID Cover-Up   

Outstanding Investigative News Coverage: Long Form 

 

FRONTLINE Boeing’s Fatal Flaw   

Outstanding Business, Consumer or Economic Coverage 

 

DOCUMENTARY EMMY ® WINS 

FRONTLINE A Thousand Cuts   

Outstanding Social Issue Documentary 
 

FRONTLINE Un(re)solved  

Outstanding Interactive Media: Innovation 
 

NATURE The Elephant and the Termite   

Outstanding Writing: Documentary 
 

POV Mayor   

Outstanding Politics and Government Documentary