WHIO-TV is the recipient of nine EMMY Award nominations by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
News Center 7 is nominated for overall station excellence and best newscast. Winners of the 49th Annual Ohio Valley Regional EMMY Awards will be announced at a Cincinnati event July 20.
The station is the No. 1 ranked Dayton TV station and the No. 1 ranked CBS affiliate in the nation.
“We are proud to say WHIO-TV continues to be the overwhelming choice of Miami Valley TV viewers. Around the clock, we strive to earn the trust of our viewers by providing accurate, impactful and timely information,” said Julia Wallace, Cox Media Group Ohio market vice president. “These nominations are evidence of the great work we did in 2012, informing our community and keeping them safe.”
WHIO-TV is owned by Cox Media Group. It is affiliated with CMG Ohio and partners with the Dayton Daily News, Hamilton JournalNews, Springfield News-Sun, and The Middletown Journal daily newspapers; the weekly Oxford Press, and Today’s Pulse weekly newspapers; targeted print and digital products such as ActiveDayton.com, Skywrighter, DaytonB2B and SpringfieldB2B; and broadcast properties that include News Talk Radio WHIO 95.7FM and AM 1290, K99.1FM and 95.3 The Eagle.
Evening Newscast (Markets 1 - 74)
- News Center 7 at 5 p.m., Kary Ellen Berger
- News Center 7 at 11 p.m., Andrew Howell
Miami Valley Murder Mysteries
- Becky Grimes, Byron Stirsman, Cheryl McHenry, James Brown, John Paul
Homeless Sex Offenders
- Caryn Golden, Byron Stirsman
- James Brown, Trey Back
Invisible Wound: PTSD and the War Within
- Becky Grimes, Byron Stirsman, Cheryl McHenry, James Brown
Program Promo (Single Spot/Campaign/Image)
- Chris Fake, Tony Getts
The Best of James Brown 2012
- James Brown
Special Achievement - Station Excellence
WHIO Station Excellence 2012
- WHIO-TV Staff / Julia Wallace