FRONTLINE Nominated for Nine Emmy Awards
FRONTLINE, the acclaimed PBS investigative series, has earned nine News and Documentary Emmy Award nominations for a range of documentaries exploring key domestic and international issues.
The 2015 nominations, including 57 total nods for PBS, were announced today by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
“It’s an honor for our journalism to be recognized in this way,” says FRONTLINE Executive Producer Raney Aronson-Rath. “From the on-the-ground story of the Ebola outbreak, to the secret history of the government’s mass surveillance program, to the relationship between an iconic American company and a Liberian warlord, we’ve worked hard to bring ambitious and untold stories to the public.”
FRONTLINE has won 69 Emmy Awards to date.
This year’s winners will be announced on Sept. 28. Watch the nominated FRONTLINE projects below.
Outstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a News Magazine
Outstanding Investigative Journalism in a News Magazine
Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a Current News Story — Long Form
Outstanding Investigative Journalism — Long Form
Outstanding Business and Economic Reporting – Long Form
United States of Secrets: A two-part series exploring how the U.S. government came to spy on millions of Americans. Watch above.
Firestone and the Warlord: FRONTLINE and ProPublica unravel the relationship between the iconic tire company and Liberian warlord Charles Taylor. Watch above.
See the full list of award nominations here.