Cleveland’s WEWS was the big winner at the 2011 Lower Great Lakes Emmys this week, bringing home 10 awards including wins in the Evening Newscast and Morning/Daytime Newscast categories.
Also recognized for their evening newscasts were Indianapolis’s WTHR (for Markets 21-40) and Fort Wayne’s WANE and Toledo’s WTVG (both for Market 41+).
Scott Bremner (right), managing editor for WICU-WSEE, became the first person from the Erie market to win an Emmy. He nabbed a statuette for his Commentary/Editorial Writing category for his weekly “Thoughts from Under the Hat” segment, which airs Fridays during WSEE’s 6 p.m. newscast.
List of additional winners inside…
Newscast – Morning/Daytime – Market 1-20
Newscast – Morning/Daytime – Market 21-40
Newscast – Morning/Daytime – Market 41+
Weekend Newscast – Market 1-20
Weekend Newscast – Market 21-40
Weekend Newscast – Market 41+
Full list of winners here.
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