We are happy to announce that AETN original program and online arts initiative “LOUPE” and AETN original documentary “Champion Trees” have been nominated for 2014 Mid-America EMMY Awards.
“Champion Trees” — which explored the stories largest trees of their species in Arkansas and their communities and caretakers — was nominated in three categories, “Best Cultural Documentary,” “Cinematography,” and “Post Production.” “LOUPE” — which spotlights the arts and Arkansas and the careers of Arkansas artists — earned its Mid-America EMMY nomination in the “Arts & Entertainment Program Special.”
The Mid-America EMMY Awards is one of nineteen regional chapters of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and are recognized as the standard-bearers for excellence in the television broadcasting industry and the gatekeepers of the prestigious regional EMMY Awards. We’re honored by their recognition and look forward to this year’s ceremony!
We would also be remiss if we didn’t recognize our outstanding production teams and the many individuals and organizations who made these projects’ creation possible. Congratulations!