And the Emmy goes to….

From left to right, top to bottom: Susan Han, Kyle Iboshi, Aaron Levine, Norm Ohashi, Kiyomi Taguchi, and Tracy Wong

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)

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