"Sir David Attenborough, Lifetime Achievement in Documentary Television"
I'm taking a break from the Primetime Emmy Awards by returning to the News & Documentary Emmy Awards. I begin this this passage from this year's nominations press release.
In addition to celebrating this year’s nominees in 64 categories, the National Academy is proud to honor two giants in the news/documentary world with Lifetime Achievement Awards:Congratulations, Judy and Sir David! I can't think of two more deserving recipients.
Judy Woodruff, anchor and managing editor, PBS NewsHour for news. She has covered politics and other news for five decades at NBC, CNN and PBS.
Sir David Attenborough, biologist, humanist and filmmaker for documentary. He is one of the world’s leading natural history filmmakers, making many landmark series including Life on Earth, The Blue Planet and Planet Earth.
Here is the promotional Twitter image celebrating Woodruff's honor.
"Judy Woodruff, Lifetime Achievement in Television News"
In addition to his lifetime achievement award, Sir David also earned two nominations.
Outstanding Interactive Media Alchemy Immersive Oculus TVGood luck to you, Sir David!
Kingdom of Plants with David Attenborough
Alchemy Immersive Oculus TV
David Attenborough's First Life
CNN Visuals CNN
Assault on Democracy: Paths to the Insurrection
Re-Educated The New Yorker
The New York Times Opinion Video The New York Times Postcards from a World on Fire
I plan on returning to the Primetime Emmy Awards tomorrow with the nominations for competition shows. Stay tuned.
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