NBC4 wins the most local Emmys

emmys-66-logo.jpgChannel 4 staffers left Saturday night's LA area Emmy awards in North Hollywood with the most hardware — eight trophies, ahead of the six for rival ABC7 and five for KCET.
For the seventh time, NBC4's Mary Harris also won the Emmy for news writing.

NBC4's honors included for investigative reporting and for regularly scheduled daily evening newscast, the NBC4 News at 11PM. The outstanding daily morning newscast was the KTLA 5 Morning News at 7AM, and the top daily daytime newscast went to KMEX for "Noticias 34 a Las Seis."

In all, awards were given in 45 categories for "news, sports, entertainment, public affairs, medical and other programming produced by and for the Los Angeles market." The tally by station:

NBC4 – 8
ABC7 – 6
KCET – 5
CBS2/KCAL9 – 4
KMEX – 4
KTLA5 – 3
KVEA – 3
CBS2 – 2
Fox Sports West /Prime Ticket – 2
Time Warner Cable Deportes – 2
CityTV of Santa Monica – 1
Fox Sports West – 1
PBS SoCaL – 1
Prime Ticket – 1
Time Warner Cable SportsNet – 1

PDF full list of winners

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