History Channel bags 14 nominations in 26th Annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards

MUMBAI: The History Channel has received fourteen 2004 Emmy nominations in the 26th Annual News and Documentary Awards, it was announced today by the National Television Academy. The nominations -- the most for cable -- are also the most to date for The History Channel.

Following are The History Channel programs that received nominations (and the number of nominations each program received): Ben Franklin (2), Eye Witness In Iraq (2), Isaac's Storm (1), Rwanda: Do Scars Ever Fade? (2), Secrets of the Aegean Apocalypse (1), Ten Days to D-Day (2), The 9/11 Commission Report (1), The Battle of Tripoli (1), The Last Day of World War I: 11th Month, 11th Day, 11th Hour (1) and Witch Hunt (1).

Now reaching more than 88 million Nielsen subscribers, The History Channel, "Where the Past Comes Alive," brings history to life in a powerful manner and provides an inviting place where people experience history personally and connect their own lives to the great lives and events of the past.

In 2004, The History Channel bagged five News and Documentary Emmy Awards and previously received the prestigious Governor's Award from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for the network's "Save Our History" campaign dedicated to historic preservation and history education.


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