CINCINNATI (WTHI) - The 49th Annual Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Awards were announced Saturday night in Cincinnati, Ohio and WTHI walked away with four awards.
Photojournalist John Timm took two himself: one in the category of Photographer and another in the category of Editor (News).
Sports 10's Ross Rowling along with former News 10's Ryan Ward took an Emmy in the category of Sports.
"The scope of these awards demonstrates WTHI-TV's commitment to "Leading the Way" in the Wabash Valley," said Todd Weber, WTHI-TV vice president and general manager. "They reflect the daily dedication, determination and drive of our entire team. We truly appreciate being recognized by our peers in such a high profile way."
Photos | 49th Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Awards
And to finish the evening, with Susan Dinkel News Director and 5 p.m. Anchor making the announcement, Chief Photojournalist Mike Latta and Anchor Patrece Dayton took home an Emmy in the category of Feature News Report.
"I'm proud of our dedicated team of journalists," said Dinkel. "It's gratifying and humbling to be recognized with these prestigious awards from our television peers."
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