The Roadside MBA Multimedia Project has been nominated for an Emmy Award by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, San Francisco/Northern California Chapter. We are nominated in the “Informational/Instructional-Program/Special” Category. The other nominee is a fun piece on the one-year anniversary of San Francisco’s new Exploratorium from the Bay Area’s local ABC affiliate, KGO Channel 7.
This is a “local” Emmy, the kind that your local TV news station might brag about, so we won’t be meeting Bryan Cranston at the after-party. But there is a black tie awards ceremony (June 6, at the SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco) where we’ll have the opportunity to mingle with other nominees and congratulate them on their fine work. We’d like to thank all the production folks at Stanford (especially Steve Fyffe and Michael Freedman) who put their tremendous expertise to work on this project.
UPDATE: We didn’t win! Congrats to the folks at KGO!