A full list of the night’s winners, including best live sports coverage and best sports documentary.
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The 37th annual Sports Emmy Awards were announced last night, honoring the best in sports broadcasting from the past year.
Here are the winners in some of the top categories:
Best Live Sports Special: Super Bowl LIII
Best Live Sports Series: Sunday Night Football
Best Studio Show: Inside the NBA
Best Event Coverage: Wimbledon
Best Pregame Show: College GameDay
The nominees for the 31st annual Sports Emmy Awards were announced on Tuesday.
The nominees for the outstanding sports documentary are “Bad Blood: A Cautionary Tale,” “Be Water,” “Lance,” “McEnroe in the Realm of Perfection” and “Out of Bounds.”
The nominees for the outstanding sports news program are “E:60,” “Fox Sports Live With Jay and Dan,” “Get Up!,” “Highly Questionable With Dan Le Batard” and “Pardon the Interruption.”
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The ceremony for the annual Sports Emmy Awards was held last night at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, where some of the biggest names in sports television were honoured. Among the big winners were NBC’s Sunday Night Football, which took home the award for Outstanding Live Sports Series, and ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentary series, which won the Outstanding Sports Documentary Series award.
Of all the evening’s stiff competition, the hosts of Sports Emmy-winning programs went home with the biggest prizes last night. Among the top winners were ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt, who took home the statuette for Outstanding Studio Host, and NBC’s Al Michaels, who won for Outstanding Live Sports Event Analyst.
The forty-ninth annual Sports Emmy Awards were presented last night at a virtual ceremony hosted by Staples Center in Los Angeles. The awards celebrate excellence in sports media and were originally supposed to take place in New York City on May 31st, but were postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
This year’s winners included ESPN’s documentary “The Last Dance” (which chronicles Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls’ 1997-98 season), NBC’s broadcast of Super Bowl LII, and HBO’s “Hard Knocks” (which follows an NFL team during training camp).
The full list of nominees and winners is available on the Emmy website.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences handed out sports Emmy Awards last night in New York, and there were some very deserving winners. Here’s a look at some of the best performances:
* Best Play-by-Play Announcer: Joe Buck, Fox Sports
* Best Studio Host: Ernie Johnson Jr., TNT/Turner Sports
* Best Event Analyst: Cris Collinsworth, NBC Sports
* Best Game Analyst: Doris Burke, ESPN
* Best Studio Show: Inside the NBA, TNT/Turner Sports
The Red Carpet
One of the biggest nights in sports just took place, and we’ve got all the highlights! The annual Sports Emmy Awards recognizing excellence in sports broadcasting were held last night, and some of the biggest names in the industry were in attendance. Here are some of the highlights from the red carpet:
After the show, celebrities and athletes gathered at the awards after-party to celebrate the night’s winners. Among those in attendance were NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, and ESPN President Jimmy Pitaro.
The Memorable Moments
Even if you’re not a sports fan, the annual Sports Emmy Awards are always a star-studded event. This year was no different, as some of the biggest names in sports came out to celebrate the best and brightest in the industry. Here are some of the most memorable moments from last night’s ceremony.
– Actor Sterling K. Brown delivered a powerful speech as he accepted the award for Outstanding Narrator for his work on ESPN’s “Becoming.”
– Michael Jordan was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award, and gave an emotional speech about his love for the game of basketball.
– The award for Outstanding Edited Sports Event Coverage went to HBO’s “24/7: Road to the Winter Classic,” giving viewers a behind-the-scenes look at one of the NHL’s most popular events.
It was a night to remember for sure, and we can’t wait to see what next year’s event has in store!
10)The Social Media Reaction
As the social media reaction to last night’s Sports Emmys picked up, it was clear that many fans were caught off-guard by some of the results.