WXYZ takes home 14 Emmys from MI chapter of National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences

(WXYZ) - WXYZ-TV, WXYZ.com and 7 Action News are proud to be big winners at Saturday night's Emmy Awards for the Michigan chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

We took home 14 awards, including one for Station Excellence that was presented to Vice President and General Manager Ed Fernandez.

The other awards we received were for: 

Best Evening Newscast - 6 Twisters Touch Down: Stories of Survival: Melissa Lutomski

Best Breaking News - Kilpatrick Corruption Case: Verdict Day: Heather Catallo, Johnny N Sartin Jr, JoAnne Purtan, Jeff Vaughn, Lisa Palmer, Dan Zacharek, Marie Gould, Jim Kiertzner

Best Continuing Coverage - The Kilpatrick Enterprise: Behind the Scenes of Detroit's Biggest Trial: Heather Catallo

Best Politics/Government - Kilpatrick Corruption Case: Robbing City Hall: Heather Catallo, Carolyn Clifford, Rosemary Wlodarczyk

Best Sports Daily or Weekly Program - Ford Lions Report LIVE: Tom Leyden, Reimont Janukaitis, Bryan Bender, Matthew Bellehumeur

Best Interview/Discussion - Detroit 2020: Questions ORR Answers: Glenn Bar, John Ciolino, Donella Crawford

Best Promotion/News Promo/Image - Anchor Personal Campaign: Tom Polk

Best Director Live or Recorded Live - 2013 Woodward Dream Cruise: Donn Bousquet

Best Director Newscast - 7 Action News 11pm: Patrick Underwood

Best News Producer - Tim Kochenderfer

Best On-Camera Talent Anchor News: Barbershop Shooting Field Anchoring: Glenda Lewis

On-Camera Talent Reporter Investigative - Heather Catallo

On-Camera Talent Reporter Sports - Brad Galli

Congratulations to all the winners!


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