Thursday, December 07, 2006

"Anderson Cooper 360" Wins Another Emmy

CBS, CNN, NBC and PBS divided up the spoils at the Emmys for business and financial reporting handed out by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Thursday.

CBS, CNN and NBC each received two awards and PBS received one. CBS recipients were 60 Minutes for "Oil Sands" and CBS News Sunday Morning for "Relics of Rock."

Anderson Cooper 360 won for "Black Market Infertility," and CNN Presents for "How to Rob a Bank."

NBC winners were Dateline's "Bitter Pills" and NBC Nightly News' "Congress's Private Air Force" and "Congress a la Carte."

PBS' Frontline won for its piece, "Can You Afford to Retire?"

4 comentarios:

Lee said...

That's great news. I'm not sure why but, for some reason, I just don't think of AC360 for business news. I don't remember that report.

marie said...

"How To Rob A Bank"

I don't remember THAT story! Any chance they will have reruns? lol! kidding.. :P

Will this be re-broadcasted on C-Span or elsewhere?

Jade said...

I need to look at the transcript from last night's show...he mentioned the Emmy win a few times. I think he was proud of Randi Ann Kaye :)

marie said...

I am happy for Randi, she deserves it. :)

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