HEC-TV Wins 6 Emmy Awards, 7 NATOA Awards, Pinnacle Award

    HEC-TV is proud to announce 6 Mid-America Emmy awards for 2017, as well as Gold and Silver Circle inductees!

    We couldn’t have achieved this great accomplishment without the help from our community partners, organizations, and people. A huge thank you!

    And the winners are…

    A New Nature
    Suzanne Vanderhoef, Peter Foggy

    Constitution Day 2016: The Miranda Decision, Presented by the Missouri Bar
    Tim Gore, Jacqui Poor, Jayne Ballew, Rick Rubbelke, Colby Marshall

    Kwame Alexander: Keeping Poetry Cool
    Angie Weidinger, Greg Kopp, Julie Winkle

    Coffee for a Cause
    Kara Savio, Taunia Mason

    I Love Jazz
    Paul Langdon

    Host Compilation
    Tim Gore

    Also, HEC-TV President Dennis Riggs was inducted to the Gold Circle and producer Paul Schankman into the Silver Circle! 

    The Emmy’s are quite the accomplishment, as well are NATOA’s (The National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors). Here are the winner and honorable mentions:

    First Place “State of the Arts at Delmar Hall, March 2017

    Second Place “Artists First for Veterans

    Second Place “The Two On The Aisle Holiday Spectacular

    Second Place “Maryville Talks Books Promo

    Honorable Mention “Good Clean Fun with Nick Offerman

    Honorable Mention “History in the First Person: Music Moved the Movement: Civil Rights and the Blues (Afternoon Program)

    Honorable Mention “Humans of St. Louis

    Last but definitely not least, HEC-TV, in partnership with the Saint Louis Art Fair, brought home a Pinnacle Awards. Each year, the International Festivals & Events Association (IFEA) recognizes the most outstanding examples of quality and creativity in the festivals and events industry.

    The Saint Louis Art Fair “Meet the Artists” project won Gold for the Best Single New Sponsorship Opportunity.

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