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National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences: News & Documentary

The News & Documentary Emmy Awards are presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) to recognize outstanding achievement in news and documentary programming. These awards honor excellence in various categories, including investigative reporting, breaking news coverage, interviews, and long-form documentaries.
The awards are divided into several segments:

  1. News Programming: This includes categories for outstanding coverage of breaking news, investigative journalism, feature reporting, and news analysis.
  2. Documentary Programming: Awards are given for outstanding documentary films and series, covering a wide range of topics such as history, social issues, science, and the arts.
  3. Regional News: Recognizing excellence in local news coverage.
  4. New Approaches: Honoring innovative content delivery and storytelling methods, including interactive documentaries and news programs.
  5. Craft Categories: Awards for technical and creative skills, including cinematography, editing, sound design, and writing in news and documentary programming.
    The winners are selected by a panel of industry professionals who review submissions and judge them based on criteria like creativity, impact, and journalistic integrity. The annual awards ceremony is a prestigious event in the industry, highlighting the critical role of news and documentary programming in informing and educating the public.