KCET leads all stations with 10 wins at ceremony that also honors Los Angeles Kings announcer Bob MillerTelevision programs about the retirement of local sports legends Kobe Bryant and Vin Scully won multiple awards at the Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards, which were presented on Saturday night at the Television Academy’s Saban Media Center in North Hollywood.The Spectrum SportsNet broadcast of Bryant’s final game with the Los Angeles Lakers won an award for live sports coverage, while that station’s “Kobe Bryant Moments” won another.Spectrum SportsNet LA took awards for its live programming of the special ceremony the Los Angeles Dodgers held for retiring announcer Scully, as well as for a feature on that tribute and a tease featuring Scully.Another local sports luminary who retired this year, Los Angeles Kings announcer Bob Miller, was honored with the Los Angeles Area Governors Award.Light News Story – Single Report: “Museo del Barrio” (“Neighborhood Museum”), KMEXFeature Segment: “Kids, Cancer and Cameras” (“SoCal Connected”), KCETMedical News Story – Single Report: “Superbug Crisis” (“NBC4 News at 11pm”), NBC4Creative Technical Crafts – Music Composition:Live Special Events – News: Opening Ceremony:Serious News Story – Single Report: “Wrongfully Imprisoned for Murder” (“KCAL9 News at 10pm”), KCAL9Live Coverage of an Unscheduled News Event: “Calabasas Fire,” NBC4Sports Series – Programming (Live Broadcast): KTLA5’s Coverage of Dodger Baseball, KTLA5Information Segment: “Tree Canopies” (SoCal Connected), KCET
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