Food Network racked up nine Daytime Emmy Award nominations, while Travel Channel collected two. - From FN Dish – Food Network Blog
The 44th annual awards, presented by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, honors exceptional work by people and programs broadcast on daytime TV (airing 2 a.m.
The other three programs in that category are America’s Test Kitchen and The Mind of a Chef, both of which air on PBS, and Amazon’s Eat the World with Emeril Lagasse.
In the category of Outstanding Talk Show/Informative, Food Network’s The Kitchen (Executive Producers: Beth Burke, Blake Swerdloff; Show Producers: Elias Holtz, Candice Lombardi; Supervising Producer: Meghan Spielberg; Producers: Christine Cardona, Mandie DeCamp, Tim Macklin, Jeffrey Miller, Martha Tinkler; Line Producer: Kate Rohmann) has been nominated alongside ABC’s The Chew, Ora TV’s Larry King Now, and the syndicated shows The Dr.
In the category of Outstanding Directing in a Lifestyle/Culinary/Travel Program, the director of Food Network’s Giada’s Holiday Handbook, Anne Fox, has been nominated, as has the director of Travel Channel’s Planet Primetime, Esther Reyes.
The other nominees in that category are directors Brian Mait, of NBC’s 1st Look; Rob George and William O’Hara, of Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family; Joseph Rosendo, of Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope; and Morgan Fallon, of The Mind of a Chef, as well as the director of Eat the World with Emeril Lagasse, who was not named in an announcement.