The Television Academy is out with the individual winners for its 68th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards, and nearly half of them are first-timers. Alongside such wily veterans of the local Emmy wars as NBC4 sports stalwart Fred Roggin and 20-year L.A. Kings director Mike Hassan are five trophy newbies: producer Matthew Glasser, reporter Peter Daut, director Leysser Parada, writer Shawn Kopelakis and videographer David Strumpf.
Fox Sports West/Prime Ticket and NBC4 tied with Spanish-language broadcasters KMEX and KVEA for most LA Emmys with two each. The hardware will be handed out July 23 during a ceremony at the TV Academy’s new Saban Media Center in North Hollywood.
Here is the full list of individual LA Area Emmy winners, followed by a breakdown by station:
Los Angeles Area Emmy Noms Unveiled
OUTSTANDING SPORTS REPORTING
FRED ROGGIN, Reporter, NBC4
OUTSTANDING HARD NEWS REPORTING
JOEL GROVER, Reporter, NBC4
MATTHEW GLASSER, Producer
OUTSTANDING NEWS FEATURE REPORTING
PETER DAUT, Reporter, CBS2/KCAL9
OUTSTANDING DIRECTOR – NEWS
LEYSSER PARADA, Director, KVEA
OUTSTANDING DIRECTOR – PROGRAMMING
MICHAEL HASSAN, Director, Fox Sports West / Prime Ticket
OUTSTANDING WRITER- NEWS
NICOLETTE MEDINA, Writer, CBS2
OUTSTANDING WRITER – PROGRAMMING
SHAWN KOPELAKIS, Writer, Fox Sports West/Prime Ticket
OUTSTANDING EDITOR – NEWS
ARTURO QUEZADA, Editor, KMEX
OUTSTANDING EDITOR – PROGRAMMING
ANTONIO CAMBEROS, Editor, KMEX
OUTSTANDING VIDEOGRAPHER – NEWS
RICHARD HUERTA, Videographer, KVEA
OUTSTANDING VIDEOGRAPHER SINGLE CAMERA – PROGRAMMING
DAVID STRUMPF, Videographer, Time Warner Cable SportsNet L.A.
Here are the winners by station:
Fox Sports West/Prime Ticket: 2
Time Warner Cable SportsNet L.A.: 1
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