Hollywood, CA (September 11, 2007)–The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences awarded the 2006-2007 Creative Arts Primetime Emmys for programs and individual achievements at the 59th Emmy Awards presentation at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Saturday, September 8. Emmys in 29 other categories will be presented at the 2007 Primetime Emmy Awards telecast on Sunday, September 16 on FOX.
In the sound categories, HBO’s Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee won two awards. The first, for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Miniseries or a Movie honored production mixer George Tarrant and re-recording mixers Rick Ash and Edward C. Carr, III. The feature also won for Outstanding Sound Editing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special.
In the category Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour), production mixer Mick Fowler and re-recording mixers Yuri Reese and Bill Smith won for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episode “Living Doll” on CBS.
There were joint winners in the Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Or Drama Series (Half Hour) and Animation category. For HBO’s Entourage, production mixer Steve Morantz, C.A.S. and re-recording mixers Dennis Kirk and Mark Fleming won for the episode “One Day in the Valley.” The NBC Universal crew comprising production mixer Joe Foglia and re-recording mixers John W. Cook II and Peter J. Nusbaum won for the episode “My Musical” from Scrubs.
NBC’s Tony Bennett: An American Classic won for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Variety or Music Series or Special. The show was recorded and mixed by Dae Bennett with re-recording mixer Sue Pelino plus additional audio post mixer Christopher Koch.
The award for Outstanding Sound Mixing for Nonfiction Programming (Single or Multi-Camera) went to re-recording mixer Ed Campbell for his work on “Atlantic Records: The House That Ahmet Built” FOR the PBS series American Masters.
For a full listing of all the winners visit the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences web site.
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