NBC4 Wins Most L.A. Emmy Awards In Market

Station Leads With Most Nominations

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    NBC4 Southern California led the market with the most Emmy Award wins, taking home eight awards at the 65th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards presentation on Aug. 3 in North Hollywood. For the fourth consecutive year in a row, the station won the highly competitive best Regularly Scheduled Daily Daytime Newscast for "NBC4 News at 6 p.m."

    Leading the market with 18 Emmy nominations, NBC4 also won awards in the categories of News Special for "LA Riots: 20 Years Later"; Investigative Reporting for "Illegal Animal Traffickers"; Serious News Story – Single Report for "Frankie’s Fight for Freedom"; Sports Series – News for "The London Olympics: SoCal Shines at Summer Games"; Outstanding Hard News Reporting; Outstanding Director; and Outstanding Writer.

    “NBC4 is honored once again to be recognized by our peers for our long tradition of excellence in journalism and dedication to bringing Southern California viewers news that matters to them,” said Todd Mokhtari, vice president of news for NBC4 Southern California. "These awards are a testament to our news staff's commitment each and every day to covering breaking news and big stories that impact our audience."

    For a full list of Emmy Award winners, click here.