PBS once again came out the big winner at the 2017 News & Documentary Emmy Awards last night with 12 awards overall.
CBS’s 60 Minutes was the most-honored news show with 7 Emmys, giving CBS a total of 9. Lara Logan‘s story Battle for Mosul won two awards. Other 60 Minutes stories honored include The White Helmets, Little Jazz Man and The Music of Zomba Prison.
ABC News and HBO each won 5 awards. Two Nightline stories won Emmys, and the network also was honored with outstanding breaking news coverage for the nightclub massacre in Orlando.
“While it’s an honor to be recognized by one’s peers, and we thank you for this honor, I think I speak for everyone in this room when I say I hope that no one is standing up here next year accepting another award for another massacre,” said ABC News special events senior ep Marc Burstein. WATCH:
— News & Doc Emmys (@newsemmys) October 6, 2017
One of HBO’s awards was for VICE News Tonight’s story Retaking Mosul, honored for continuing coverage of a story in a newscast. CNN picked up three awards including an outstanding business report for AC360’s story called Trump University Fraud.
MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow took home both of MSNBC’s two awards, for outstanding news discussion and outstanding live interview, for her Kellyanne Conway one-on-one. Univision was honored with three awards and Telemundo with one. NBC News was shut out last night.
The full list of winners is here.