Once again, PBS dominates news/doc Emmys

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PBS scored the most statuettes of any network at the 30th Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards last night in New York. It’s the ninth consecutive year the network has won the most awards. The six went to Frontline, with two; POV (team pictured), NOVA, Bill Moyers Journal and National Geographic’s “Illicit: The Dark Trade.” PBS had 38 nominations, also more than any other broadcast or cable network. A full list of the news and doc winners is at the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences site. On hand to accept POV‘s honor, from left: Exec Director Simon Kilmurry; V.P. Cynthia Lopez; Director/Producer/Editor James Moll; “Inheritance” subject Helen Jonas and daughter Vivian Delman; Producer Christopher Pavlick; and Exec Producer Chris Malachowsky. (Photo: Marc Bryan-Brown Photography)