The Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA) walked away with two Emmy Awards during the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS), Heartland Chapter awards ceremony.
The ceremony was held Saturday, July 14 at the Oklahoma History Center, Oklahoma City. This year’s winners from OETA are:
Susan Cadot, Ryan Lorg, Bill Perry and Paul Moore won in the Arts/Entertainment Feature Segment category for the Gallery America segment, “Paul Moore ― Monument Man.”
Aaron Morvan won in the Program Promo category for the spot titled, “OETA Welcome to Summer!”
“We’re very proud of OETA’s Emmy winners,” said Polly Anderson, executive director, OETA. “OETA has a tradition of bringing Oklahomans award-winning original content about the people and places around our state.”
Founded in 1947, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) and the Emmy Award stand for the best in the television industry. The National Academy is the only non-profit organization dedicated to recognizing outstanding achievement, raising industry standards, and improving the quality of television. The Heartland chapter was formed in 1986 and serves the television industry in these markets/DMAs: Denver, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Wichita/Hutchinson, Omaha, Colorado Springs/Pueblo, Lincoln/Hastings-Kearney, Topeka, Grand Junction/Montrose, Cheyenne/Scottsbluff, Casper/Riverton and North Platte.