New York – The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences today announced the nominees for the 2016 News & Current Affairs categories. Winners will be announced in New York on September 21, at a Ceremony at Rose Hall, at Lincoln Center. The International Emmy winners will be recognised alongside their American news and documentary peers.
The 8 nominees span 6 countries on 3 continents. The countries are Brazil, Germany, Malaysia, Qatar, Russia and the United Kingdom. Al Jazeera English and TV Globo are nominated in both categories this year.
“In this volatile world where anybody can comment on serious world events on social media platforms, true journalistic voices and investigations are more crucial than ever.” said Bruce L. Paisner, President and CEO of the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. “We salute the 2016 nominees for their outstanding broadcast journalism.”
The full list of nominees follows.
Nepal Earthquake Coverage – Nepal Earthquake and its Aftermath
Al Jazeera English News
Sky News – Migration Crisis
RT News – UNGA: Special Coverage
Jornal Nacional and Fantastico – Microcephaly/Zika
101 East – Afghanistan: No Country for Women
Al Jazeera English
Dispatches: Escape from ISIS
ITN / Ronachan Films / Evan Williams Productions / Mediadante
Reportage im Ersten – Long Thanh Will Lachen (Long Thanh Wants to Smile)
ARD / NDR
GloboNews Documentário – Syria on the Run
GloboNews / Globo TV