HBO and Cinemax Receive Five News And Documentary Emmy Awards(r)

September 11, 1998

Network Captures Made-For-TV Movie Emmy(r) For Sixth Straight Year

HBO and CINEMAX received five Emmy Awards(r) at the 19th Annual News and Documentary Awards presentation, held Sept. 9 in New York City, with one HBO America Undercover special and three "CINEMAX Reel Life" films honored by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The winners were:

OUTSTANDING NEWS AND DOCUMENTARY PROGRAM ACHIEVEMENT (tie)

A KILL FOR A KILL (HBO)
Executive Producer: Sheila Nevins
Producer: Rod Williams

BREATHING LESSONS: THE LIFE AND WORK OF MARK O'BRIEN (CINEMAX)
Executive Producer: Sheila Nevins
Producer: Jessica Yu

OUTSTANDING INFORMATIONAL OR CULTURAL PROGRAMMING

THE SEARCH FOR MOTHER RUSSIA'S CHILDREN (CINEMAX)
Executive Producer: Sheila Nevins
Producers: Tom Roberts, Nancy Abraham

OUTSTANDING INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM (Programs)

CALLING THE GHOSTS (CINEMAX)
Executive Producers: Sheila Nevins, Julia Ormond, Maury Solomon, Anita Saewitz
Producer: Mandy Jacobson

OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN A CRAFT IN NEWS AND DOCUMENTARY PROGRAMMING: (Directors)

CALLING THE GHOSTS (CINEMAX)
Directors: Mandy Jacobson, Karmen Jaelinicic

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