The Boston/New England chapter of the National Academy of Arts & Sciences has announced the nominees for their 40th Emmy awards. Included in the nominations are graduates and faculty of the New England School of Communications.
Rob Nesbitt (2011) in the Video Journalist category for his piece titled “A Cousin’s Run”, telling the story of James Anderson and his cousin Rusty Wilkins on WCSH-TV, Portland, ME.
Nick Woodward (1992) is included in the Education/Schools category for his work with Maine Public Broadcasting on their Maine Education Project.
Barry Alley’s (1995) work as photographer is included in the Comcast SportsNet nomination in the Sports Event/Game-Live/Unedited category for their work on Boston Celtics Basketball.
NESCom at Husson University instructor and 2002 alum Kris Bridges is included in the Interview/Discussion category for his work as Director of Greenlight Maine which is produced by Portland Media Group LLC at the television studios of NESCom. Although they are not included in the nomination, many NESCom faculty and graduates work on the program.
The Boston/New England chapter Emmys awards will be presented Saturday, June 24th at the Marriott Boston Copley Place.