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Bally Sports Indiana receives seven Emmy nominations for its 2022 Pacers coverage
The network's on-air talent all received nominations, seven in all for the Pacers' TV crew.
The 54th Annual Central Great Lakes Regional Emmys published its list of nominees and the Pacers’ TV crew was well-represented. Bally Sports Indiana, the longtime television home of the Indiana Pacers, received seven Emmy nominations for coverage from 2022.
Each year, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) hands out hardware to winners in what they call “the most prestigious, peer-judged honor in television for outstanding creative achievement.”
BSI received four nominations — no winners — in 2021.
The network’s Emmy nominations are as follows:
Sports Program — Live: Pacers Live Pregame From Opening Night
Contributors: Ken Sothman, Jamie Berns, Jeremiah Johnson, Eddie Gill, Larry Mago, Bill Cochran
*WINNER* Sports — One-Time Special: 2022 Pacers Preview Show
Contributors: Colleen Lotz, Chris Felt, Larry Mago, Bill Cochran
Live Sporting Event/Game — Pacers v Wizards with Tyrese Haliburton Mic’d Up
Contributors: Brian Woodrum, Jamie Berns, Larry Mago, Bill Cochran
Talent: Sports Analyst/Play-By-Play: Chris Denari, play-by-play
Talent: Sports Analyst/Play-By-Play: Quinn Buckner, analyst
Talent: Reporter — Sports: Jeremiah Johnson, sideline reporter
*WINNER* Director — Live or Recorded Live: Jamie Berns, director
Click here for a complete list of the Lower Great Lakes Emmy nominations. The 54th annual awards will be held on Saturday, June 17th in Westlake, Ohio.