WHNT News 19 Picks Up 8 Emmy Nominations

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WHNT) – The WHNT News 19 team picked up eight Emmy nominations Thursday night in Nashville.  This is for the National Academy of Television Arts & Science’s Nashville/Midsouth Chapter.

The Academy also announced WHNT News 19’s Gregg Stone will be inducted into the prestigious Silver Circle, which honors contributions to broadcasting over a quarter century. The announcement described Gregg as a photojournalist with 34 years of experience who has had a front row seat to history, including the first and final flights of the Space Shuttle.  Gregg is our chief photojournalist.

WHNT News 19’s Emmy nominations are for the following reports:

Breaking News: Fugitive from Justice – Jerry Hayes, Matt Kroschel, Carson Clark, Venton Blandin (This report was on the escape and capture of teen murder suspect Hammad Memon on April 13, 2012 – here is a sampling of our coverage.)

Business/Consumer Report: Firestorm – David Wood

Special Assignment Report: Beware of Dog? Burglar Puts Local Pets to the Test-Carrie Marchese, Denise Vickers, Shane Hays

News Special: After The Storm: One Year Later – Jerry Hayes, David Wood, Lee Marshall, Elise Morgan, Carson Clark, Greg Screws, Clarissa McClain, David Terry, Jacob Greene, Benjamin Smith, David Williams, Denise Vickers, Becky Shores, Stan Pylant, Jason Simpson, Beth Jett

Sportscast: Sports Sunday – Edward Egros

Weather: Reflections: After the Storm – Jerry Hayes, Stan Pylant, Christina Meeks, David Williams, Denise Vickers, Becky Shores, David Wood, Carson Clark, Benjamin Smith, Greg Screws. Claire Aiello, Carrie Marchese, Michelle Stark, Allison Duff, Tiffany Golden, Bradley Thompson, Dion Hose

Community Service: Kids to Love – Lee Marshall, Stan Pylant

Promo Spot/News Same Day: Lost & Found – Bradley Thompson, Becky Shores

The awards will be presented on January 26 in Nashville.

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