Rocky Mountain Emmy awards filmmaker at Huntington University

Posted 8/18/22

The Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences released its full lineup of awards nominations, which will be showcased at the 45th annual Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 1 at Chateau Luxe in Phoenix.

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Rocky Mountain Emmy awards filmmaker at Huntington University

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The Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences released its full lineup of awards nominations, which will be showcased at the 45th annual Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 1 at Chateau Luxe in Phoenix.

Locally, the academy awarded Huntington University Arizona and Phil Wilson in the Lighting Location or Studio category for "An Ode to John Keating."

The Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards honors an array of exceptional TV production professionals throughout Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and El Centro, California in categories including news, sports, environment, entertainment, weather, politics, education and business. The official list of the 2022 nominees can be found online here.

“We are thrilled to acknowledge and celebrate our 2022 nominees,” said Doug Mummert, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter president. “The work in this year’s program is compelling, innovative and groundbreaking, and we are excited to announce the recipients at the awards ceremony on Oct. 1.”

The Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter will also recognize outstanding high school and college level students who have excelled in television production. Students will receive awards in a variety of categories including news reporting, music video, fiction and nonfiction, sports, talent, public service announcement and commercial.

For more details about the Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards and to stay up to date with the latest information regarding the upcoming 2022 event, visit RockyMountainEmmy.org.