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WCVE/WHTJ PBS Receives Eight Regional Emmy® Award Nominations

For over 60 years, the National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter (NCCB) of The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) has recognized outstanding achievement in television production throughout Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC. This year, WCVE/WHTJ PBS and its affiliated producers received eight Capital Region Emmy® Award nominations for a variety of 2018 productions. Congratulations to the following nominees: 
 
Charlottesville
 
(Documentary - Cultural/Topical) 
Produced by WCVE PBS
Paul Roberts, Director
Larry J. Sabato, Producer
Leslie Custalow, Assistant Director
Glenn Crossman, Producer
Kenneth Stroupe, Producer
Gene Rhodes, Director of Photography
 
Chincoteague Ponies
 
(Magazine Program - Feature/Segment)
Produced by WCVE PBS
Metta Bastet, Producer/Cinematographer/Editor
Lance Williams, Cinematographer
 
Southern Nightmare
 
(Magazine Program - Feature/Segment)
Produced by WCVE PBS
Patty Nevadomski, Producer/Editor
 
Survivors Who Empower
 
(Public/Current/Community Affairs - Program/Special) 
Produced by WCVE PBS
Metta Bastet, Producer/Cinematographer/Editor
 
Alzheimer's Awareness
 
(Public/Current/Community Affairs - Program/Special)
Produced by WCVE PBS
Amy Lacey, Host/Reporter/Producer
 
Rita Dove
 
(Interview/Discussion)
Produced by WHTJ PBS
Terri Allard, Host/Producer
Shawn Freude, Producer/Director/Editor 
 
Blackbird
 
(Documentary - Historical)
Produced by 19RED, llc & Fuel Creative, Inc. 
Todd Hervey, Producer/Director/DP
Pam Hervey, Producer 
*WCVE PBS served as the presenting station for this production.
 
Hail-Storm
 
(Documentary - Historical)
Produced by Field Studio 
Hannah Ayers, Co-Director
Lance Warren, Co-Director 
*WCVE PBS served as the presenting station and provided financial support for this production.