CSN received 10 Mid-Atlantic Emmy nominations in eight categories, including live game broadcast, play by play talent, and sports program.
“TOMBOY,” CSNs multiplatform documentary on elevating the conversation of women in sports, was nominated in the Community Service category.
Marc Zumoff, CSN’s play-by-play voice of the Philadelphia 76ers, received his ninth straight nomination.
The Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards, which annually honor excellence in news, programming and individual achievement in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, will be presented Saturday, September 9, 2017, at the Hershey Lodge located in Hershey, PA.
CSN was nominated for excellence in the following categories:
“TOMBOY- Elevating the Conversation of Women in Sports”- CSN Philadelphia
TALENT- SPORTS ANALYST/PLAY-BY-PLAY
Marc Zumoff, CSN Philadelphia
SPORTING EVENT/GAME- LIVE/UNEDITED PROGRAM/SPECIAL/SERIES
“76ers Basketball on CSN”- CSN Philadelphia
“Phillies Baseball”- CSN Philadelphia
SPORTS- PROGRAM FEATURE/SEGMENT
“Signing the Times”- CSN Philadelphia
SPORTS- DAILY OR WEEKLY PROGRAM
“SportsNet Central- Clinching for the Chairman”- CSN Philadelphia
SPORTS – INTERVIEW/DISCUSSION
“Sixers PostGame Live”- CSN Philadelphia
“The700Level Show: Sorry, Christie Brinkley”- CSN Philadelphia
EDITOR- SHORT FORM
“Sixers 2016-17 Product Launch Promo”- CSN Philadelphia
Jeffrey Crowe, Editor
VIDEO ESSAY (SINGLE CAMERA OPERATOR)
“Drone Racing in An Abandoned Opera House”- CSN Philadelphia
Thomas Finer, Producer