“CBS News romped to an easy lead in the nominations announced Tuesday for the Business and Financial Emmys, to be given out Dec. 7,” TV Week reports.
“CBS News nabbed 15 of the 33 nominations in seven categories. In the category of outstanding interpretation of a business news story in a regularly scheduled newscast, CBS News Sunday Morning is competing only with itself, taking all four nominations. It received a total of five nominations. CBS’s 60 Minutes faces a similar situation, earning all four nominations in the category of outstanding coverage of a current business news story — news magazines and long form. 60 Minutes earned a total of nine nominations.”
NBC has five noms, CNBC has four, CNN has three, and ABC has one…
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