35th Sports Emmy Awards

The 35th Sports Emmy Awards was presented on May 6, 2014 at the Frederick P. Rose Hall at the Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City.[1] Ted Turner, entrepreneur, sportsman and television visionary, was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award for Sports.[2]

35th Sports Emmy Awards
DateMay 6, 2014
LocationFrederick P. Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York City
Television/radio coverage
Directed bySteve Ulrich (Executive Director)
Steve Head (Assoc. Director)

Awards

Programs

Outstanding Live Sports Special
  • The 109th World Series, FOX
Outstanding Live Sports Series
Outstanding Edited Sports Event Coverage
  • All Access – Mayweather vs. Canelo Epilogue, Showtime
Outstanding Playoff Coverage
  • American League Championship Series, FOX, Red Sox vs. Tigers
Outstanding Sports Documentary
  • The Doctor, NBA TV
Outstanding Sports Documentary Series
Outstanding Studio Show - Weekly
Outstanding Studio Show - Daily
Outstanding Edited Sports Series/Anthology
Outstanding Sports Journalism
  • E:60-Children of the Ring, ESPN2
Outstanding Short Feature
Outstanding Long Feature
Outstanding Open/Tease
Outstanding New Approaches – Sports Event Coverage
Outstanding New Approaches – Sports Programming
Outstanding New Approaches – Sports Programming Short Format
  • JFK: The Untold NFL History of That Day in Dallas, NFL.com, [NFL Digital Media]
  • NFL UP!, NFL.com, [NFL Digital Media]
Outstanding Technical Team Remote
Outstanding Technical Team Studio
Outstanding Camera Work
  • 24/7 - Red Wings – Maple Leafs: Road to the Winter Classic, HBO
Outstanding Editing
  • Hard Knocks-Training Camp with the Cincinnati Bengals, HBO [NFL Films]
The Dick Schaap Outstanding Writing Award
  • NFL Films Presents – Yours Truly, Dr. Z, NFL Network [NFL Films]
Outstanding Music Composition/Direction/Lyrics
  • Hard Knocks-Training Camp with the Cincinnati Bengals, HBO [NFL Films]
Outstanding Live Event Audio/Sound
  • Hard Knocks-Training Camp with the Cincinnati Bengals, HBO [NFL Films]
Outstanding Post-Produced Audio/Sound
  • Hard Knocks, HBO, Training Camp with the Cincinnati Bengals [NFL Films]
Outstanding Live Event Graphic Design
Outstanding Post-Produced Graphic Design
Outstanding Studio Design/Art Direction
  • NBA Playoffs on TNT, TNT
Outstanding Production Design/Art Direction
The George Wensel Technical Achievement Award
  • The Premier League-Goal Line Technology, NBCSN
Outstanding Sports Promotional Announcement – Institutional
  • NFL Draft-Leon Sandcastle, NFL Network, [Grey, NY]
Outstanding Sports Promotional Announcement – Episodic
  • NHL on NBCSN – Wednesday Night Rivalry, NBCSN
Outstanding Live Sports Coverage in Spanish
  • Rumbo Al Mundial, Telemundo, Costa Rica vs. Mexico
Outstanding Studio Show in Spanish
  • Nacion, ESPN Deportes
  • SportsCenter, ESPN Deportes

Personalities

Lifetime Achievement Award
Outstanding Sports Personality, Studio Host
Outstanding Sports Personality, Play-by-Play
Outstanding Sports Personality, Studio Analyst
Outstanding Sports Personality, Sports Event Analyst
Outstanding Sports Personality, Sports Reporter
Outstanding On-Air Sports Personality in Spanish

Awards by Network Group

Group Award-Winning Networks Winners
NBC Sports Group NBC, NBC Sports Network, Telemundo 11
ESPN ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes 7
Turner Sports TNT, TBS, NBA TV 5
HBO Sports HBO 5
MLB Network 5
Fox Sports FOX 5
NFL Network 4
CBS Sports Showtime, CBS Sports Network 3
America's Cup Event Authority 1
SI.com 1

References

  1. ^ The nominees for the 35th Annual Sports Emmy Awards The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, March 26, 2014
  2. ^ [1], The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, February 26, 2014
2014 Emmy Awards

2014 Emmy Awards may refer to:

66th Primetime Emmy Awards, the 2014 Emmy Awards ceremony that honored primetime programming during June 2013 – May 2014

41st Daytime Emmy Awards, the 2014 Emmy Awards ceremony that honored daytime programming during 2013

35th Sports Emmy Awards, the 2014 Emmy Awards ceremony that honored sports programming during 2013

42nd International Emmy Awards, the 2014 ceremony that honored international programming

36th Sports Emmy Awards

The 36th Sports Emmy Awards was presented on May 5, 2015 at the Frederick P. Rose Hall at the Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City. George Bodenheimer, former ESPN president, was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award for Sports.

Primetime Emmy Award
Daytime Emmy Award
International
Sports
  • (categories)
Technology & Engineering
News & Documentary
Regional

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