Center for Public Television Earns Six Emmy Nominations

Jun 2, 2020

This weekend, the Center for Public Television and Radio (CPT), part of the Digital Media Center, received six Southeast Emmy nominations. The projects nominated included a mix of CPT staff and students and faculty from the College of Communication and Information Sciences (C&IS).

The projects nominated are:

  • Life is So Delicious: Seth Farmer, Will Green, Reagan Wells*
  • Movie Guy: Seth Farmer, Will Green and Nathan Stephenson*
  • Visual Vernacular: Will Green, Kailey New*, Seth Farmer and Liam Parker*
  • The Forum: Seth Farmer, Nathan Stephenson*, Will Green and Communication Studies assistant professor Dr. Darrin Griffin
  • The Hurricane Creekkeeper: Will Green, Seth Farmer, Mack McCollum* and Montana Maniscalco*
  • Tuscaloosa Bicentennial: Seth Farmer, Will Green and Reagan Wells*

(* denotes C&IS students)

“Receiving a single nomination is an honor, and receiving six nominations is truly remarkable,” said Elizabeth Brock, Director of the DMC. “The fact that all six nominations were for projects produced by teams of professionals and students is a source of great pride to all of us who work at The University of Alabama’s Digital Media Center. Our mission is to provide Alabama communities with important, well told stories, and to provide students with real world experience that will help them in whatever careers they pursue after graduation.”

The Southeast region comprises markets of all sizes from Alabama, the Carolinas, Georgia and Mississippi. The winners will be announced September 12, 2020.

Title cards for two of the nominated projects: Tuscaloosa Bicentennial (left) and The Forum (right).