Idaho Public Television brought home two Northwest Regional Emmy Awards from ceremonies on Saturday, June 19, 2004 in Seattle.
An OUTDOOR IDAHO episode, entitled "Conflict in the Clearwater," took top honors in the Public Affairs â€” Special or Series category. A 60-second spot, called "T-Rex named Sue," about a dinosaur exhibit at the Museum of Idaho in Idaho Falls, was honored in the Promo â€” Single Spot â€” Non-News category.
"We are gratified that the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences singled out the quality work performed by the IdahoPTV production team," IdahoPTV General Manager Peter W. Morrill said. "Original programming about Idaho â€” its contemporary issues, life, culture, and history â€” is an important part of our mission."
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