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July 14, 2009
Worldfocus receives two Emmy nominations!

Worldfocus received two Emmy nominations today for the “Crisis in Congo” and the “21st Century Africa” series.

Worldfocus was nominated for an Emmy in the “Best story in a regularly scheduled newscast” category for our coverage of the “Crisis in Congo” (Executive Producer: Marc Rosenwasser, Correspondent: Michael J. Kavanagh of the Pulitzer Center, Producers: Lisa Biagiotti, Taylor Krauss). The “Crisis in Congo” videos also won the 2009 Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award in the international television category.

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Worldfocus was also nominated for an Emmy in the “Outstanding feature story in a regularly scheduled broadcast” for our coverage of “21st Century Africa” (Executive Producer: Marc Rosenwasser, Correspondent: Martin Seemungal, Producer: Yuval Lion).

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Comments

5 comments

#5

Congratulations. Well deserved.

#4

Congratulations. That was a great series. I admire Michael Kavanagh. Appreciate World Focus!

#3

Great news. World Focus should win for this Emmy.

#2

Congratulations. A winning broadcast in a winning format. Great to see the re-invention of the news programme working!

#1

CONGRATULATIONS
On the EMMY nomination. If you don’t win , as you should , I’ll still vote for you.

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