Super Bowl LIV ‘Next 100’ Wins Four Awards​

NFL Network & NFL Films’ ‘NFL 100’ Programming Wins Two Awards

The National Football League won six Sports Emmy Award nominations for its work across NFL Network, NFL Films, NFL.com and the league office, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced last night.

The NFL’s Next 100 short film which aired on FOX moments before kickoff at Super Bowl LIV won four Sports Emmy awards in the categories of Outstanding Open/Tease, Outstanding Studio or Production Design/Art Direction, Outstanding Editing – Short Form, and Outstanding Post-Produced Audio/Sound. To view Next 100 which culminates the NFL’s 100th season and launches the next 100 seasons, visit https://tinyurl.com/twyxjrz.

NFL Network and NFL Films won two Sports Emmy awards for programming surrounding the NFL 100 All-Time Team series which aired last season in the categories of Outstanding Studio Show – Limited Run and Outstanding Trans-Media Sports Coverage.

In their history, NFL Films has won 131 Sports Emmy Awards making them the most-honored filmmaker in sports.

Following is a complete list of the NFL’s Sports Emmy Awards:

OUTSTANDING STUDIO SHOW – LIMITED RUN

NFL 100 All-Time Team (NFL Network/NFL Films)

OUTSTANDING TRANS-MEDIA SPORTS COVERAGE

NFL 100 Greatest & All-Time Team (NFL Network/NFL Films)

OUTSTANDING OPEN/TEASE

Super Bowl LIV: Next 100 (FOX/NFL/72andSunny/Prettybird)

OUTSTANDING STUDIO OR PRODUCTION DESIGN/ART DIRECTION

Super Bowl LIV: Next 100 (FOX/NFL/72andSunny/Prettybird)

OUTSTANDING EDITING – SHORT FORM

Super Bowl LIV: Next 100 (FOX/NFL/72andSunny/Prettybird)

OUTSTANDING POST-PRODUCED AUDIO/SOUND

Super Bowl LIV: Next 100 (FOX/NFL/72andSunny/Prettybird)

 

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