TRATA DE MUJERES Among 3 Discovery En Espanol Productions Nominated for Emmy Award
Discovery en Español announced that three of its original productions have been nominated by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for the News and Documentary Emmy® Awards. The nominated productions were Huesos que Hablan, Narco Armas and Trata de Mujeres: De Tenancingo a Nueva York.
"We are proud of these nominations that recognize the quality of our content as well as our ability to tell real-life based stories in the tone and way that is mostly preferred by the Latino and Hispanic audience in the United States," said Michela Giorelli, Vice-president of Production and Development, Discovery Networks Latin America/U.S. Hispanic (DLA/USH).
The News & Documentary Emmy® Awards will be presented on Tuesday, September 30th, 2014, at a ceremony at Frederick P. Rose Hall, Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, located in the Time Warner Center in New York City. The event will be attended by more than 1,000 television and news media industry executives, news and documentary producers and journalists. Emmy® Awards will be presented in 43 categories, including the first-ever categories reserved for news & documentary programming in Spanish.
The three nominated specials were produced by Pacha Films and supervised by Giorelli and her production team for DLA/USH.
About Discovery en Español
Discovery en Español is the Spanish-language voice of Discovery. It is the premier network dedicated to offering the finest in quality programming in the areas of Science and technology, world culture and history, nature and wildlife as well as real-life drama. The network creates an indelibly enriching experience by collecting the best of what Discovery's networks have to offer in combination with its own original Spanish-language content. Created by the world's most trusted media brand, Discovery en Español translates not just the words, but the feeling of Discovery, educating and engaging audiences nationwide with fascinating glimpses into the incredible world they inhabit. For more information, follow us on facebook.com/discoveryenespanol.