CBS4 Honored With Seven Regional Emmys
FT. LAUDERDALE (CBS4) – It was an exciting night for dozens of television professionals at the 35th Annual Suncoast Regional Emmy Awards at the Westin Beach Resort in Fort Lauderdale Saturday evening.
Several CBS4 reporters and employees were honored with seven Emmys.
David Sutta and photographer Kyle Hall received awards for Environment News with their “Florida’s Great Migration” and “The Shark Whisperer.”
Sutta also won an Emmy in the category of On-camera Talent Reporter Feature/Human Interest as well as a Technical Achievement award for reporting from 100 feet under the sea in his series on sharks.
In the Documentary-Cultural category, Ted Scouten, Liz Roldan, Miguel Fernandez, Michele Gillen, Rafael Murciano, Matt Conover, Bonnie Laden, Judy Flook and Angela Travieso won an award for their “March of the Living: Return to Auschwitz” series.
Scouten also won an Emmy in the On-Camera Talent – Reporter – Specialty Assignment for “March of the Living: Return to Auschwitz.”
Jim DeFede received an Emmy in the Politics/Government News category for “Congressman David Rivera and his Campaign Loophole.”
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ Suncoast Regional Emmy Awards are just one of a dozen regional Emmy award presentations from around the nation. The Suncoast Chapter covers from Louisiana to Puerto Rico.