2022 Sports Emmys: ESPN Takes Home 11 Statues; Fox Sports' MLB at Field of Dreams Wins for Outstanding Live Special – Sports Video Group

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ESPN led all network groups with 11 wins at last night’s Sports Emmy Awards, followed by six trophies each for CBS Sports, NBC Sports Group, and NFL Media; five for Turner Sports; and three for Fox Sports Media Group. In the key categories, Fox‘s MLB at Field of Dreams broadcast won for Outstanding Live Special, ESPN’s Monday Night Football With Peyton & Eli was named Outstanding Live Series, and CBS‘s coverage of the epic Bills-Chiefs AFC Playoffs game won for Outstanding Playoff Coverage.

Fox Sports Producer Pete Macheska closed out the night accepting the Outstanding Live Special award for Fox’s MLB at Field of Dreams coverage.
NFL Network’s NFL 360 picked up the most awards of any program, with four. NBC’s Games of the XXXII Olympiad coverage received three.
Among the 47 categories were key technical awards, including ESPN’s CFP National Championship Game coverage for Outstanding Technical Team Event and NBC’s Super Bowl LVI Pregame Show for Outstanding Technical Team Studio. The prestigious George Wensel Technical Achievement Award went to the NFL on CBS for its use of “RomoVision.” In addition, Fox Sports continued to dominate the Outstanding Audio/Sound – Live category, winning again this year for its MLB coverage.
On the Outstanding Studio Show front, Inside the NBA on TNT won in the Weekly category, Good Morning Football in the Daily, and Inside the NBA on TNT: Playoffs in the Limited Run. In addition. Telemundo was awarded Outstanding Studio Show in Spanish for its work at the Tokyo Olympics.
In terms of digital/interactive categories, NBC’s Games of the XXXII Olympiad won for Outstanding Interactive Experience – Event Coverage, NBA on TNT Tuesday for Outstanding Interactive Experience – Original Programming, and MLB Home Run Derby: MLB XR for Outstanding Digital Innovation.
NBC’s Tokyo Games coverage was named Outstanding Graphic Design – Event Show; Bleacher Report’s The Portal, Outstanding Graphic Design – Specialty. NBA Social’s Welcome to NBA Lane was awarded Outstanding Studio or Production Design/Art Direction.
Trailblazing sports journalist Lesley Visser was honored with the prestigious Sports Lifetime Achievement Award. A $40,000 grant went to Delaware State University’s Once a Hornet. Always a Hornet … The Past, Present and Future of Delaware State University Football as part of the recently launched Coca‐Cola HBCU Sports Production Grant.
Stay tuned to sportsvideo.org in the coming days for red-carpet interviews with some of evening’s key winners. CLICK HERE to watch the full ceremony, CLICK HERE to see all of the night’s nominees, and check out the full list of winners below:
MLB at Field of Dreams – FOX
Monday Night Football With Peyton & Eli – ESPN2/ESPN+/Omaha Productions
AFC Playoffs: Buffalo Bills vs. Kansas City Chiefs – CBS
College Football National Championship: Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Georgia Bulldogs – ESPN
Super Bowl LVI Pregame Show – NBC
NFL on CBS: RomoVision – CBS
FOX MLB – FOX/FS1
Inside the NBA on TNT – TNT
Good Morning Football – NFL Network
Inside the NBA on TNT: Playoffs – TNT
The International 10: Dota2 Championship: Team Spirit vs PSG.LGD – Twitch | YouTube | Steam TV | Valve Corporation
Games of the XXXII Olympiad – NBC | NBCSN | CNBC | USA Network | MSNBC
The Portal – Bleacher Report
Welcome to NBA Lane – NBA Social | Translation | Superprime
Games of the XXXII Olympiad – NBC
NBA on TNT Tuesday – TNT
MLB Home Run Derby – MLB XR – MLB AR | VR Apps | MLB Network
NFL Game Day All-Access: Super Bowl LVI – NFL Films/YouTube
The Legend, The Legacy – ESPN
Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel – HBO
NHL on ESPN – ESPN
NCAA March Madness: Made for Madness – tbs | CBS | TNT | truTV
NFL 360 – NFL Network
The Alpinist – Netflix/Red Bull Media House
Man in the Arena: Tom Brady – ESPN | Religion of Sports | Executive Producers 199 | Productions | NFL Films]
Formula 1: Drive to Survive – Netflix/Box to Box Films
E: 60 – ESPN
The NFL Today – CBS
NFL 360 – NFL Network
NHL on ESPN – ESPN
The NFL Today: The Move – CBS
The Ultimate Run – Red Bull TV/LOS & Sons GmbH
NFL 360 – NFL Network
TIGER HBO – HBO | HBO Max Jigsaw Productions | Our Time Projects
NFL 360: Ode to South Central – NFL Network
MLB Tonight: The Say Hey Kid at 90 – MLB Network
FOX College Football: Big Noon Energy – FOX/FS1
#StrongerTogether: What Agness Saw – Olympics.com l | Olympic Channel | Dirty Robber
Mike Tirico – NBC
Mike Breen – ABC
Nate Burleson – CBS | CBS Sports Network | Nickelodeon | NFL Network
Cris Collinsworth – NBC
Holly Rowe – ESPN | ESPN2 | ABC
Malika Andrews – ESPN
Games of the XXXII Olympiad – Telemundo
Greenland: New York – ESPN Deportes
Adriana Monsalve – Univision/TUDN
Accounting services for the competition are provided by the firm of Lutz & Carr LLP.
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