Check Out Some of GPB’s 2022 Emmy-Nominated Programs
GPB has been recognized with 8 Emmy nominations in an announcement made by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Southeast Chapter Sunday, May 1.
The list of nominees includes the GPB Original series Lawmakers and Your Fantastic Mind, as well as the investigative documentary Saving Juliette about water issues in the small Georgia town.
Other nominated programs include Georgia Peanuts Live Exploration and Hope Givers, two projects produced through GPB’s education division.
Other special mentions include the GPB broadcasts of The 2021 Georgia Tech Inventure Prize and 2021 Georgia High School Musical Theatre Awards.
The Southeast Emmys will be held live on June 18 in Atlanta. You can view the complete list of GPB nominees here.
You can also view some of our nominated productions in the links below:
Grant Blankenship, Evey Wilson Wetherbee
Informational/Instructional – Long Form Content
Georgia Peanuts Live Exploration
Laura Evans, Mary Anne Lane, Gloria Camacho-Stancliff, Jonathan Reedy
Children/Youth/Teen Long Form Content
Hope Givers – They Missed Out on All This!
Laura Evans, Tamlin Hall, Raymond Wood, Suzanne Robertson
Politics/Government – Long Form Content
Ashley Mengwasser, Lori Covey, Donna Lowry, Brenda Waters
Societal Concerns – Long Form Content
Your Fantastic Mind – The Struggles of Minority Motherhood
Jaye Watson, Kenny Hamilton
Special Event Coverage Live
The 2021 Georgia Tech Inventure Prize
Dave Drabik, Karen Oberman, Chris Reaves, Recha Reid
Fine Line Productions, LLC, Atlanta, GA
Special Event Coverage Edited
2021 Georgia High School Musical Theatre Awards
Craig McMahon, Dave Drabik, Angela Farr Schiller, Ben Whisenhunt
Manning Entertainment, Atlanta, GA
Congratulations to all this year’s nominees!