IdahoPTV Honored With Emmy Nominations and WorldFest Awards

Idaho Public Television is proud of our many writers, producers, videographers and directors who were honored this week at the 56th Annual Northwest Regional Emmy Nominations and the 52nd Annual WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival.

Here are a list of the nominees and winners:

OUTDOOR IDAHO
Special Jury Award – “35th Anniversary Celebration,” Travel/Tourism, Worldfest Houston International Film Festival
Special Jury Award – “Hops & Barley,” Agriculture, Worldfest Houston International Film Festival
Gold Award – “Land of the Lost River Range,” Information/Culture, Worldfest Houston International Film Festival
Gold Award – “Jobs Without Walls,” Lifestyle Programming, Worldfest Houston International Film Festival
Emmy Nomination – “Hops & Barley,” Business/Consumer, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter 
Emmy Nomination
– “35th Anniversary Celebration,” Environment-Program, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter 
Emmy Nomination
– “Jobs Without Walls,” Informational, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter 
Emmy Nomination –
“Land of the Lost River Range,” Writer-Program, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter
Emmy Nomination – “Land of the Lost River Range,” Editor-Program, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter
Finalist – “35th Anniversary Celebration,” Locally Sourced, National Educational Telecommunications Association

IDAHO REPORTS
Emmy Nomination — “Bail Reform,” Investigative Report, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter

IDAHO EXPERIENCE
Platinum Award – “Taking the Reins,” History/Archeology, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Platinum Award – “Pioneers of the Air,” Flight/Space Travel, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Platinum Award – “Forgotten Neighbors,” Ethnic/Cultural, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Platinum Award – “We Sagebrush Folks,” Biographical, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Gold – “A Little Las Vegas in North Idaho,” Information/Culture, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Emmy Nomination – “Pioneers of the Air,” Documentary/Historical, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter
Emmy Nomination – “We Sagebrush Folks: Annie Pike Greenwood,”  Documentary/Historical, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter
Emmy Nomination — “Taking the Reins,” Historic/Cultural, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter
Emmy Nomination — “Forgotten Neighbors,” Historic/Cultural, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter
Emmy Nomination – Editor-Program, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
First Place – Idaho Experience, Promotion-Integrated Media Campaign, National Education Telecommunications Association.

IDAHO PUBLIC TELEVISION
Emmy Nomination – Station Excellence, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter
Emmy Nomination – “Lisa’s Story,” Promotion/Single Spot, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Emmy Nomination – “Beyond Civility,” Public/Current/Community Affairs, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Gold – “Educational Overview,” Education, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Gold – “Lisa’s Story,” Institutional Identity, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Silver – “Idaho Pathways: Career Education,” Recruiting/Career Guidance, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival


SCIENCE TREK
Gold – “What’s inside Your Head?” Educational/Instructional, Worldfest, Houstaon International Film Festival
Gold – “Gravity,” NASA Award, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival 
Bronze – “Nuclear Energy,” Nuclear/Energy Issue, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Emmy Nomination – Writer-Program, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter
Emmy Nomination – “360: Tour of Craters of the Moon,” Health/Science, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter
 

IDAHO SCIENCE JOURNAL
Gold – “Treasure Valley Water Atlas,” Science/Research, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival

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