Tuesday, September 27, 2011

"Emmy" Awards got Brazilians and Japanese for the news programs.

       Japanese television channel NHK and the Brazilian TV Globo received its first ever international "Emmy" Awards in the news category, which awards The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for TV shows that were released outside the United States. Brazilian television channel received the "Emmy" in the category of "News" for a report on four-day raid of the police in Rio de Janeiro, which was held in November 2010. NHK has got award in the category of "Current affairs" for a report on rescue of Chilean miners from the mine of San Jose, which were bricked up under the ground and held in captivity for over a month.

       Among the contenders of NHK and TV Globo were reporting about the eruption of an Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökull and other places.

       International TV Academy was founded in 1969 and since then it gives "Emmy" for foreign journalists. Now in members of Academy include representatives of about 500 companies from 50 different countries. Nominees for 10 other international "Emmys" will be announced on October 3.


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