The County Television Network (CTN) won six Emmys during the National Academy of Arts & Sciences’ 34th Annual Pacific Southwest Emmy Awards, held at the La Costa Resort and Spa in Carlsbad.
CTN, competing against traditional and government stations from Santa Barbara to Las Vegas, took home Emmys in the following categories:
• Visual and Performing Arts : Java Jams - The Wrong Trousers, Andy Tolley
• Program Feature Segment: The Muralist, Joe Solazzo
• Public/Current/Community Affairs: County Chronicles Nov. 2007, Michael Russo (Watch it!)
• Advanced Media – Public/Current/Community Affairs: How To Manage Manure, Suzanne Bartole Owen
• Documentary – Topical: Conflict, Unity and Love: The TKF Story, Kenneth KenBow (CTN grant recipient)
• Advanced Media – Informational/Instructional: General Management System, Michael Russo, Suzanne Bartole Owen (Watch it!)
CTN is an award-winning network that provides a wide array of government and public interest programming 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Programming includes from cooking and gardening shows, features on local musicians and a regular magazine program on San Diego County people, news and events.
Cox subscribers can find CTN on Channel 19 in the north and Channel 24 in the south. Time-Warner viewers in the city of San Diego can find CTN on Digital Cable channel 124. For non-Digital Cable subscribers, CTN is now on Channel 24, but must share the channel with other government jurisdictions.
To learn more about CTN, visit www.ctn.org.