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KQED gets NorCal Emmy nominations

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KQED Public Television has been nominated for 13 Northern California Emmy Awards, which will be presented May 12 in San Francisco. For all nominees, visit www.emmy.sf.tv. KQED nominees include:

» Station Excellence: Jeff Clarke, general manager

» Documentary: “Truly California: Frisbee: Life and Death of a Hippie Preacher,” David Di Sabatino, producer/writer

» Arts/Entertainment, special: Truly California: Mighty Warriors of Comedy,” Kibi Anderson, producer

» Historical/Cultural, feature: Spark: Binh Danh, “New Memories of an Old War,” Bay Area Video Coalition; Dan Krauss, segment producer

» Historical/Cultural, specials: “Seeking 1906 with Simon Winchester,” Sue Ellen McCann, executive producer, Matt Clarke, Kate Schermerhorn, producers; and “Truly California: Emile Norman — By His Own Design,” The Emile Norman Documentary Project; Will Parrinello, producer/director, Jill Eikenberry Tucker, Michael Tucker, producers

» Interview, specials: “Check, Please! Bay Area,” Tina Salter, producer, Carol Gancia, June Mesina Ouellette, associate producers, Katherine Russell, director, Leslie Sbrocco, host; and “The Josh Kornbluth Show,” Lori Halloran, producer, Paul Francis Sullivan, segment producer, Robin Epstein, Elizabeth Pepin, associate producers, Kevin Kastle, director, Josh Kornbluth, host

» On-camera talent: “Check, Please! Bay Area,” Leslie Sbrocco, host

» Director: “Seeking 1906,” Kate Schermerhorn, director

» Photographer: “December: Chris Botti and Friends,” Harry Betancourt, James Greenfield, Jonathan Morris

» Lighting: Jim McKee, lighting director

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