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2022 News and Documentary Emmy Awards: Musical Nominees – Billboard

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“The Fault: Janet Jackson’s Dressing Down,” a sympathetic look at the superstar whose career took off after an infamous “wardrobe malfunction” at the 2004 Super Bowl, was nominated for a News & Documentary Emmy Award on Thursday (July 28). it was done. The document was produced by The New York Times Presents and aired on FX.

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The documentary is nominated in the category of Outstanding Art, Culture or Entertainment Coverage. It is competing with “Something Coming:”. story of the west,” One 20/20 Preview of the 2021 film featuring interviews with director Steven Spielberg and composer Stephen Sondheim; “Last Act,” a 60 minutes Excerpts about the famous Tony Bennett, who is in advanced stages of Alzheimer’s disease; “The Soul of a Nation: The Burial Truth of Tulsa,” and ABC News documentary on the Tulsa Race Massacre, where a violent white mob terrorized the affluent black community known as Black Wall Street; and “A Thousand Miles,” a Vice documentary about Vanessa Carlton and the pressure she says her record label faced when she was a young artist.

“Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson”, an Apple TV+ series titled Oscar and seven-time Grammy winner, is nominated for Outstanding Sound.

“The First Wave” (Hulu) and “The Reason I Jump” (Netflix) were both nominated for both Outstanding Music Composition and Outstanding Sound.

In addition to celebrating this year’s nominees in 64 categories, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences is honoring two prominent figures in the news and documentary world with Lifetime Achievement Awards: Judy Woodruff, anchor and managing editor, PBS NewsHour. , for News, and for Documentary Sir David Attenborough, biologist, humanitarian and filmmaker.

Woodruff has covered politics and other news for five decades at NBC, CNN and PBS. Attenborough is one of the world’s leading natural history filmmakers, having produced several historical series, including life on earth, blue planet And planet Earth,

The 43rd Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards honor programming content that premiered in calendar year 2021.

The awards will be presented in two separate ceremonies. The winners in the news categories will be presented on Wednesday, September 28. The winners in the documentary categories will be presented the following evening. Both celebrations begin at 7:30 p.m. ET. The awards will be presented live at the Palladium Times Square in New York City and streamed live on NATAS’ dedicated viewing platform powered by Vimeo, available on the web. Watch.The Emmys.TV and via the Emmys apps for iOS, tvOS, Android, FireTV and Roku (full list on apps.themmys.tv,

Here are the nominees in the categories most relevant to the music community. The full list of nominees is available at Academy website,

Outstanding arts, culture or entertainment coverage

“Something Coming: West Side Story,” 20/20abc
“Final Act,” 60 minutesCBS
“The Soul of a Nation: The Burial Truth of Tulsa,” abc news live primeabc
“The Bad: Janet Jackson’s Dressing Down,” The New York Times PresentsFX
“thousand miles,” the story ofVice

Outstanding Arts and Culture Documentary

“Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street,” HBO Documentary Films, HBO
“A Choice of Weapons: Inspired by Gordon Parks,” HBO Documentary Films, HBO
“Paper and Glue,” MSNBC Films, MSNBC
“The One and Only Dick Gregory,” Showtime
“The Real Charlie Chaplin,” Showtime

excellent music composition

“9/11: A Day in America,” National Geographic
“Camp Confidential: America’s Secret Nazis,” Netflix
“First Wave,” Hulu
“The Real Charlie Chaplin,” Showtime
“The Reason I Jumped,” Netflix
“Woman in Motion,” Paramount+

excellent sound

“9/11: I Was There,” History Channel
“Fatah,” Apple TV+
“Mr. Soul!,” independent lensPBS
“First Wave,” Hulu
“The Reason I Jumped,” Netflix
Watch “Sounds with Mark Ronson,” Apple TV+

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