The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences awarded Emmys to Norm Ohashi, Kyle Iboshi, Kiyomi Taguchi, Susan Han, Tracy Wong, and Aaron Levine on June 7 in its Northwest Regional ceremony at the Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center.
Ohashi, executive producer at KING, received an Emmy for the station’s evening news program. Iboshi, from KGW in Portland, was awarded for his work as a reporter, writer, and producer on the news special “Washed Away.” Videographer Taguchi took awards for continuing coverage of KOMO’s “Pontoon Problems” and “What’s Happening Consumer Tech” in business/consumer news. Seattle’s Han was awarded for her work as co-producer on “Seattle Speaks: Wage Worries.” Wong, executive creative director at the Seattle ad agency office of Wongdoody, took an award for the “Never the Same: Sloth Bear Cubs” commercial. KCPQ sports anchor Aaron Levine was awarded for “Aaron Levine Composite.” (end)