CNBC Snags Two Business Emmys

Dec 4, 2007  •  Post A Comment

Two CNBC primetime programs were recognized at the 5th Annual Emmy Awards for Business & Financial Reporting Tuesday, where Emmys also went to reporting seen on public broadcasting stations.
The CNBC honorees were a “Business Nation” magazine segment, “Prescriptions … and Payoffs” and the Documentary “Big Brother, Big Payoff.”
A segment titled “Cost of War” on “The NewsHour With Jim Lehrer” and a report titled “Health Care Franchise” on “NOW on PBS” were recognized as well.
Stories on “CBS Sunday Morning” (“Take As Directed”), CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” (“Keeping Them Honest—Hidden Spending”) and “NBC Nightly News With Brian Williams” (“Trophy Part Two: At Whose Cost?”) also earned one Emmy each.
Matthew Winkler, editor-in-chief of Bloomberg News, was presented a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Webcasts of the luncheon ceremony will be available for the rest of the month at www.tvworldwide.com and www.tvmainstream.com.
(Editor: Robbins)


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