RGTV WINS 10 EMMY AWARDS

RGTV was the proud recipient of 10 statues at the 60th annual New York Emmy Awards on Saturday.  

Sean Paulsen, Charles Tabano, Kevin Koltz and Roman Gackowski accept an Emmy for The Garden's Defining Moments.

Sean Paulsen, Charles Tabano, Kevin Koltz and Roman Gackowski accept an Emmy for The Garden's Defining Moments.

The Garden's Defining Moments, a 20-part documentary series chronicling the most iconic moments in the history of Madison Square Garden, was honored with seven, including Best Sports Series and Best Sports Documentary (Marciano vs. Louis), both for the second-straight year.   Also, 12-12-12: The Concert for Sandy Relief won Best Human Interest Program and 1992 DNC - The Bill Clinton Presidential Nomination took the Politics/Government Category.   In craft awards, Moments won Director: Post-Produced, Editor: Program, and Research.  

RGTV Founder and Executive Producer Roman Gackowski at the podium.

RGTV Founder and Executive Producer Roman Gackowski at the podium.

 

Over its two-year run, The Garden's Defining Moments accumulated a total of 9 awards.    


The Lineup: Boxing's Greatest, the fifth iteration of The Lineup, won awards for Photographer: Program and Lighting.  Through five seasons, The Lineup has won 25 Emmys. 


The Game 365 captured the prestigious Sports: Daily or Weekly Program category for its episode on The Women of the NHRA.  This is the The Game 365's ninth Emmy. 


ALL WINNERS

SPORTS: DAILY OR WEEKLY PROGRAM
The Game 365

SPORTS: PROGRAM/SERIES
The Garden's Defining Moments

SPORTS: DOCUMENTARY
The Garden's Defining Moments: Marciano vs. Louis

POLITICS/GOVERNMENT
The Garden's Defining Moments: Clinton Presidential Nomination

HUMAN INTEREST: PROGRAM/SPECIAL
The Garden's Defining Moments: 12-12-12: The Concert for Sandy Relief

EDITOR: PROGRAM
The Garden's Defining Moments

PHOTOGRAPHER: PROGRAM
The Lineup: Boxing's Greatest

DIRECTOR: NON-LIVE
The Garden's Defining Moments

LIGHTING
The Lineup: Boxing's Greatest

RESEARCH
The Garden's Defining Moments


Since it began submitting programs in 2010, RGTV has won 48 New York Emmy Awards.  This year's total of 10 is tied for the most in the company's history.