Due Process and State of the Arts Receive Awards at ceremony held Saturday, September 22nd in Philadelphia
September 24, 2012 – Philadelphia, PA – Two popular series on NJTV, New Jersey’s public television network, proved to be hits with the judges at the 30th Annual Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards, held on Saturday, September 22nd at the Sheraton Society Hill in Philadelphia, PA.
NJTV’s Due Process won two awards in the categories of Best Interview/Discussion Series and Best Interview/Discussion Program/Special for their episode “Justice Breyer: On Democracy”.
NJTV’s State of the Arts program won Best Arts/Entertainment Features/Segment for their episode entitled “Steve Tobin, sculptor”.
Now in its 17th season Due Process, is a production of Rutgers School of Law–Newark and the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. It is a critically-acclaimed weekly series dedicated to law and justice issues, co-hosted by Sandra King and Raymond Brown, who explore cutting edge topics of law and social justice. These two latest wins bring their total of NY and Mid-Atlantic Emmy awards to an unprecedented 21! Due Process airs Sundays at 9:30am & 7pm on NJTV.
State of the Arts, co-produced by the The New Jersey State Council on the Arts and The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, goes on location with creative personalities and productions across New Jersey, introducing viewers to the extraordinary range of New Jersey artists, musicians and poets at work today and the venues at which they appear. Additional funding for State of the Arts is provided by The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation. Watch State of the Arts Sundays at 8pm on NJTV.
Find out more about these and other NJTV series at njtvonline.org.
NJTV’s Mid-Atlantic Emmy winners L-R DUE PROCESS EP/Host Sandra King, Floor Manager Pat Scannella, Associate Producer Tania Ivanova, STATE OF THE ARTS producer Eric Schultz and Videographer Joe Conlon