From PDN NewsWire:
Newspapers won two of the four new Emmy Awards for broadband, while multimedia photo production company MediaStorm won a third. The nods from the TV-centered Emmys are an important validation of print outlets that have invested in multimedia
Freep.com, the web site of the Detroit Free Press, won the award for Outstanding Current News Coverage for Broadband. The newspaper was recognized for its series Michigan Marines: Band of Brothers.
The team recognized includes executive producer Nancy Andrews, producers/videographers David P. Gilkey and Stephen McGee, still photographers Hugh Grannum and Kathleen Galligan, reporters John Masson and Joe Swickard, director of photography and video Craig Porter and deputy director of photography and video Kathy Kieliszewski.
Photographer/videographer Olivier Jobard‘s project “Kingsley’s Crossing” for MediaStorm won Outstanding Documentary/Nonfiction Programming for Broadband.
Also credited for that project are executive producer Brian Storm and producers Eric Maierson and Robert Browman.
The San Francisco Chronicle‘s sfgate.com won Outstanding Regional News Coverage for Broadband for a video report “Prisoners Guide Teens on Tour of San Quentin.” The video was produced by James Irwin, the Chronicle‘s director of video journalism.