The 38th annual Emmy® nominees have been announced by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences – Michigan, and both WKAR and Michigan State University (MSU) have received nominations.
Six original programs from WKAR received recognition, including Forte (3 nominations), Curious Crew (2 nominations) and 31st Silver Bells in the City.
In addition, MSU faculty from the College of Communication Arts and Sciences brought in 2 nominations for the film Spare Parts as well as the Living History Project. Joining them are the Communications and Brand Strategy team with 4 nominations and MSU athletics with 6 nominations.
The Michigan EMMY® represents the most experienced and talented television professionals from all disciplines of the industry and from all of Michigan’s 11 television markets.
The 2016 Emmy® Awards will be presented June 18 at Motor City Casino in Detroit by the Michigan Emmy® chapter of Television Arts and Sciences.