INDIANAPOLIS — WRTV won two Emmys Saturday evening during the virtual award ceremony.
WRTV's Terri Cope-Walton, Judy Carbone, Michael Hartz, Marc Mullins, and Jason Ronimous won the Emmy for Historical/Cultural Program or Special for our 70 Years Together special.
Dave Furst won the Emmy for anchor/sports talent.
You can view the full list of winners here.
The 51st Annual NATAS Lower Great Lakes Chapter Emmy Awards ceremony was held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
WRTV was nominated for the following Emmys:
- Evening Newscast Market 1-50 for News at 6 -- Red for Ed
- Breaking News for Pendleton IN Tornado Outbreak
- Serious Feature News for Maternity Care Desserts: Nowhere To Go
- News Special for Inside The Red Line
- Crime - News Single Story/Series for Drugged Driving -- The Deadly Consequences
- Societal Concerns - Series for Transitioning: A Journey of Self-Discovery
- Sports - One-Time Special for Trackside 6
- Public/Current/Community Affairs for Hiring Hoosiers
- Overall Excellence
- Community Service
- Journalistic Enterprise - No Time Limit for Saving Hoosier Moms and Babies
- RTV6 Anchor Amanda Starrantino for Talent- Anchor-News
You can view the full list of nominations here.