'All or Nothing: A Season with the Arizona Cardinals' Wins Outstanding Serialized Sports Documentary
'Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Los Angeles Rams' Wins Outstanding Camera Work
'Sound FX: Super Bowl 50' & 'Thursday Night Football Presents…' Take Home Awards
NFL Media – comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films, NFL RedZone, NFL.com, NFL Mobile and NFL Now – won four Sports Emmy Awards last night at the 38th Annual Sports Emmy Awards in New York City.
In its debut season, All or Nothing: A Season with the Arizona Cardinals, produced by NFL Films and made available on Amazon Prime Video, won in the category of Outstanding Serialized Sports Documentary. NFL Network is currently re-airing the Emmy award-winning season of All or Nothing Wednesdays at 10:00 PM ET through June 21.
The second season of All or Nothing focusing on the Los Angeles Rams launches exclusively on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, June 30, with actor Jon Hamm returning as narrator. All or Nothing is the first streaming series by NFL Films.
Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Los Angeles Rams, produced by NFL Films and aired on HBO, won a Sports Emmy in the category of Outstanding Camera Work – the 15th Emmy award the series has won since its debut in 2001.
NFL Media took home additional Emmy awards in the category of Outstanding Edited Sports Coverage for Sound FX: Super Bowl 50 and in the category of Outstanding Short Form Editing for Thursday Night Football Presents… which it shared with CBS.
In their history, NFL Films has won 126 Sports Emmy Awards making them the most-honored filmmaker in sports.
Following is a complete list of NFL Media's Sports Emmy Awards:
OUTSTANDING EDITED SPORTS COVERAGE
Sound FX: Super Bowl 50 (NFL Network/NFL Films)
OUTSTANDING SERIALIZED SPORTS DOCUMENTARY
All or Nothing: A Season with the Arizona Cardinals (Amazon/NFL Films)
OUTSTANDING CAMERA WORK
Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Los Angeles Rams (HBO/NFL Films)
OUTSTANDING SHORT FORM EDITING
Thursday Night Football Presents… (CBS/NFL Network)
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