NBC Scores at Sports Emmy Awards

May 1, 2007  •  Post A Comment

NBC was the big winner with nine awards Monday night at the 28th annual Sports Emmy Awards, presented by the New York-based National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
ABC, sister organization ESPN and TNT earned four Emmys apiece. Fox and HBO picked up three Emmys each.
Taking home one Emmy apiece were Beingstanley.com, CBS, ESPN.com, ESPN2, Fox Sports Net, NASCAR Images, NFL Network and Race2Replace.com.
Three of NBC’s Emmys were for its coverage of the Turin Winter Olympics and three went to its freshman Sunday Night Football franchise, including one each to analyst Cris Collinsworth and play-by-play man Al Michaels.
Mr. Collinsworth also received an Emmy for his analysis for HBO.
Don Ohlmeyer, who earned 16 Emmys over the course of his sports and entertainment careers, received a Lifetime Achievement Award from his friend of four decades, NBC Universal Olympics and Sports Chairman Dick Ebersol.
A detailed list of winners is available at www.emmyonline.tv.
(Editor: Horowitz)

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