KBTC Receives Three Emmy NominationsMonday, April 23
Contact: David Hinman, General Manager
TACOMA, Wash. - KBTC public television is honored to be nominated for three, 2012 EMMY® Awards by the Northwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
The EMMY® nominations, announced Friday in Seattle, were given to IN MY TIME OF DYING, a special documentary about end-of-life issues and hospice and palliative care; a promotional campaign for KBTC's FRIDAY NIGHT MYSTERIES; and for the Post Production Directing talent of Daniel Kopec for IN MY TIME OF DYING.
"We are committed to telling Washington's stories and discussing the important issues of our communities," said David Hinman, KBTC General Manager, "That's one of the joys of working at a local public television station. We're honored to have our work recognized."
Over the past several years, KBTC has received numerous nominations and has received seven statuettes for its public affairs and cultural affairs productions.
IN MY TIME OF DYING was written and produced by Daniel Kopec with videography and editing by Chris Sherlock.
The MYSTERY VIGNETTES were produced by John Llewellyn Moxey with videography and editing by Michael Peters.
Winners of the 49th Annual Northwest Regional EMMY® Awards will be announced on Saturday, June 2.
KBTC is a service of Bates Technical College in Tacoma. The public television station serves Western Washington with three transmitters and one translator.
By antenna over the air:
KBTC 28.1, 28.2 (Tacoma)
KCKA 15.1, 15.2 (Centralia)
K41KT-D /channel 41 (Grays River-Lebam)
K24IC-D /channel 24 (Bellingham and North Puget Sound area
Comcast (SD) channel 71 - Bellingham, North Puget Sound area
Comcast channel 12 - Pierce & King Counties (Channel 3 in Tacoma)
Comcast (HD) channel 108 - Bellingham, North Puget Sound area
Click! (SD) channel 3 - Tacoma
Click! (HD) channel 503 - Tacoma
Rainier Connect channel 10
Broadstripe channel 28 (varies by area)
Verizon FiOS channel 28
Dish channel 28 (may appear as 8620)
DirecTV channel 28 (may appear as 970)
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