NFL wins 8 Sports Emmy Awards

‘Good Morning Football’ Wins Outstanding Studio Show – Daily

‘NFL 360’ Takes Home 4 Sports Emmy Awards 

Nate Burleson Wins Outstanding Sports Personality – Studio Analyst for Second Consecutive Year

Last night, the National Football League won 8 Sports Emmy Awards for its work across NFL Network, NFL Films, NFL.com, the NFL app and the League office.

NFL Network’s Good Morning Football won in the Outstanding Studio Show – Daily category, the first Sports Emmy Award for the show.

NFL Network’s series NFL 360 – which had received the most nominations for a single program this year – won a total of four Sports Emmy Awards in the categories of Outstanding Short Documentary (Mark Pattison: Searching for the Summit), Outstanding Editing – Short Form (Ode to South Central), Outstanding Long Feature (Through the Ashes: The Story of Black Wall Street) and The Dick Schaap Outstanding Writing Award – Short Form (Ode to South Central).

For the second consecutive year, NFL Network analyst Nate Burleson won in the Outstanding Sports Personality – Studio Analyst category for his work on NFL Network, CBS Sports and Nickelodeon.

NFL Films won awards for Good Morning FootballNFL GameDay All-Access: Super Bowl LVI in the Outstanding Edited Sports Event Coverage category (along with YouTube) – the second consecutive Sports Emmy win for the program – and Man in the Arena: Tom Brady in the Outstanding Documentary Series category (along with ESPN+, ESPN, Religion of Sports and 199 Productions), bringing NFL Films’ overall Emmys total to 136.

Following is a complete list of the NFL’s Sports Emmy Awards:

OUTSTANDING STUDIO SHOW – DAILY

Good Morning Football (NFL Network/Embassy Row/NFL Films)

OUTSTANDING SHORT DOCUMENTARY

NFL 360: Mark Pattison: Searching for the Summit (NFL Network)

OUTSTANDING LONG FEATURE
NFL 360: Through the Ashes: The Story of Black Wall Street (NFL Network)

THE DICK SCHAAP OUTSTANDING WRITING AWARD – SHORT FORM

NFL 360: Ode to South Central (NFL Network)

OUTSTANDING EDITING – SHORT FORM
NFL 360: Ode to South Central (NFL Network)

OUTSTANDING SPORTS PERSONALITY – STUDIO ANALYST

Nate Burleson (CBS/CBS Sports Network/Nickelodeon/NFL Network)

OUTSTANDING EDITED SPORTS EVENT COVERAGE
NFL Game Day All-Access: Super Bowl LVI (YouTube/NFL Films)

OUTSTANDING DOCUMENTARY SERIES

Man in the Arena: Tom Brady (ESPN+/ESPN/Religion of Sports/199 Productions/NFL Films)

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