“Washington’s Food Fight,” a one-hour documentary about the debate over labeling GMO food, was nominated in the Politics/Government “Program/Special” category. Those nominated include host and executive producer Anita Kissee, videographers Lars Peterson, Markisha Lynch and Brett Hansen, producers Greg Lane and Mike Bay.
Anita Kissee was also nominated separately as the writer of the documentary. Videographers Lars Peterson and Markisha Lynch were nominated separately in the photographer category.
A segment on “The Impact” dealing with GMO foods was nominated in the Public/Current/Community Affairs “Feature/Segment” category. Those nominated include host and executive producer Anita Kissee, director Nate Shaw and senior production technicians Markisha Lynch and Lars Peterson.
An episode of “Inside Olympia” that focuses on the threat of mega-earthquakes and tsunamis in the Pacific Northwest was nominated in the Interview/Discussion “Program/Special” category. Those nominated include host Austin Jenkins, producer Christina Salerno, producer Mike Bay and photographer Aaron Qualls.
“Starcia” is a one-hour look at the life of Starcia Ague, who overcame her juvenile criminal history and received a rare pardon from former Gov. Chris Gregoire. It was nominated in the Public/Current/Community Affairs “Program/Special” category for Director of Education Resources David Johnson, special projects manager Jason Gutz, producer Greg Lane and VP of Programming Mike Bay.
The full list of all nominees for the 2014 Northwest Regional Emmy Awards is available here. The winners will be announced June 7.