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January 31, 2011

Nashville Public Television’s Children’s Health Crisis wins two Emmys

Nashville Public Television’s Children’s Health Crisis wins two Emmys
by Nashville Health Care Council | Jan 31, 2011

The Council is proud to be a sponsor of the now Emmy-winning series, NPT Reports: Children’s Health Crisis. This three-year documentary joins together public, private and community partners, and has addressed diverse topics, including infant mortality, childhood obesity and mental health. The next documentary, set to air in March, will focus on primary care. Visit the documentary site to watch the series, view parent tips and learn about the status of children’s health.

From NPT’s Media Update: We’re proud to report that our NPT Reports: Children’s Health Crisis series picked up two Emmy Awards – two of four in total that NPT productions won – when the 25th Annual Midsouth Regional Emmy® Awards were announced last night at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in downtown Nashville. Our “Overview” episode took home the Emmy in the DOCUMENTARY/TOPICAL category, handing statues to writer/director and associate producer Mary Makley, executive producer Beth Curley and videographer/editorMatthew Emigh. The “Infant Mortality” episode was tops in the PUBLIC AFFAIRS category, with Emmys being handed to writer and director Will Pedigo, Makley, Curley and editor Suzy Hence.

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