Monster Energy Supercross Television Program from Salt Lake City Nominated for EMMY Award
And Monster Energy Supercross Finals Broadcast on SPEED Wins Telly Award
Feld Motor Sports has announced that the National Television of Arts and Sciences (NATAS), in the category of Outstanding Live Events Turnaround, has nominated the Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, broadcast from Salt Lake City’s Rice-Eccles Stadium (2012) on CBS in this year’s 34th Annual Sports Emmy® Awards. Additionally, the 2012 broadcast of the Monster Energy Supercross finals from Las Vegas on SPEED won a prestigious Telly Award.
More than 170 nominees were announced in 34 categories, including Outstanding Live Sports Special, Live Series, Sports Documentary, Studio Show, Promotional Announcements, Play-by-Play, Personality and Studio Analyst. The Awards will be given out at the prestigious Frederick P. Rose Hall, Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center located in the Time Warner Center on Tuesday, May 7, 2013 in New York.
Also nominated in the category of Outstanding Live Events Turnaround were: Down the Stretch (The Honda Classic); Games of the Olympiad; Inside the Headsets (28th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series All-Star Race); USA Pro Challenge (The Race of Truth).
At last year’s race from Salt Lake City, Red Bull KTM’s Ryan Dungey captured his third Monster Energy Supercross win of the season at Rice-Eccles Stadium in front of 40,548 fans.
“This is a milestone for Monster Energy Supercross’ expanding television package,” said Ken Hudgens, COO, Feld Motor Sports. “It’s a true testament to the production value of the television we are producing and that the bar is being raised on supercross production.”
“It is gratifying to see all the hard work from our extraordinary crew pay off,” said Michael Prince, vice president of tactical marketing, Feld Motor Sports. “It is an honor to have the Las Vegas broadcast win a Telly Award.”