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[10/02/12 - 09:13 AM]
"60 Minutes" Wins Five Emmys, the Most Awarded to Any Single Commercial Broadcast Network Program
The 33rd Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards were held in New York City last night.

[via press release from CBS]

"60 MINUTES" WINS FIVE EMMYS, THE MOST AWARDED TO ANY SINGLE COMMERCIAL BROADCAST NETWORK PROGRAM

"48 Hours," "CBS Evening News" Each Win, Giving CBS News Seven in All

60 MINUTES took home five Emmys at the 33rd Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards in New York City last night, the most awarded to any single commercial broadcast network program. In addition, 48 HOURS and the CBS EVENING NEWS each won a statuette, bringing the CBS News Network a total of seven Emmys.

Following are the categories, names and credits for the winning stories:

OUTSTANDING INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM IN A REGULARLY SCHEDULED NEWSCAST
CBS EVENING NEWS - Gunwalker: Fast and Furious
Executive Producers: Rick Kaplan and Patricia Shevlin
Senior Producers: Ward Sloane and Bill Piersol
Producer: Christopher Scholl
Correspondent: Sharyl Attkisson

OUTSTANDING CONTINUING COVERAGE OF A NEWS STORY IN A NEWS MAGAZINE
48 HOURS - Grave Injustice
Executive Producer: Susan Zirinsky
Senior Producer: Judy Tygard and Nancy Kramer
Producers: Lourdes Aguiar and Jenna Jackson
Field Producer: Jennifer Ashmawy
Co-Producers: Atticus Brady, David A. Spungen and George Baluzy
Correspondent: Richard Schlesinger

OUTSTANDING FEATURE STORY IN A NEWS MAGAZINE
60 MINUTES - Gospel for Teens
Executive Producer: Jeff Fager
Executive Editor: Bill Owens
Producer: Shari Finkelstein
Co-Producers: Jennie Held and Robert Shattuck
Correspondent: Lesley Stahl

OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN A CRAFT: EDITING - NEWS
60 MINUTES - Gospel for Teens
Editor: Robert Shattuck

OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN A CRAFT: WRITING
60 MINUTES - Hard Times Generation: Families in Cars
Writers: Robert Anderson, Scott Pelley and Nicole Young

OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN A CRAFT: RESEARCH
60 MINUTES - Hard Times Generation: Families in Cars
Researchers: Robert Anderson, Scott Pelley, Aaron Weisz and Nicole Young

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC REPORTING IN A NEWS MAGAZINE
60 MINUTES - The Next Housing Shock
Executive Producer: Jeff Fager
Executive Editor: Bill Owens
Producers: Robert Anderson and Daniel Ruetenik
Co-Producers: Nicole Young and Robert Shattuck
Correspondent: Scott Pelley





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