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News from CPTV:
The CPTV Documentary, ORPHAN ORCA: SAVING SPRINGER, Wins Emmy Award for Outstanding Informational Program. On Saturday, May 7, 2005, the Boston/New England Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) announced the 28th annual Emmy Awards at the Boston Convention Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Connecticut Public...Read More


New Haven Underground Film Festival Sold Out!
The 2nd Annual New Haven Underground Film Festival was a big success. The Augustus Curtis Cultural Center filled to "Standing Room Only" before fire codes prevailed and, regrettably, several film fans had to be turned away with a "Thanks for Coming" tub of fresh popcorn. Thanks from NHUFF to everyone...Read More


“Martha Stewart Living” wins Daytime Emmy
Congratulations to the hard-working crew of “Martha Stewart Living”! The Connecticut-based daytime strip won their sixth trophy for best service show in the Craft prortion of the 32nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards on Saturday, May 14th. “Martha Stewart Living” has been on the air for over a decade including nearly...Read More


ESPN and NBC Olympics big winners at the Sports Emmys
The national Sports Emmy Awards were held earlier this month in NYC, and more than a third of the Emmys were won by Connecticut sports broadcasters ESPN (6 emmys) and NBC Olympics (5). Congratulations to Connecticut's sports programmers and production professionals!


News from WWE:
WWE is very proud to undertake several initiatives in support of our military men and women. The Armed Forces Network (AFN) kicked off their new WWE programming schedule for U.S. Armed Forces members with the airing of WrestleMania 21 on Friday, April 8. Previously, AFN broadcast Monday Night RAW and...Read More


ESPN News:
A DECADE OF LEADERSHIP ESPN.COM CELEBRATES 10 YEARS AS LEADING SPORTS SITE On April 1, 1995, (then known as ESPNET SportsZone) launched to an online landscape that totaled approximately 16 million total users worldwide. As prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary on Friday, an average of nearly 15...Read More


CCT Film Division looking to expand location library
Have you ever thought that your property could be the perfect setting for a film, TV show or TV commercial? The Film Division of the Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism invites property owners to list their properties with us for consideration as sets for film, TV, video and photo productions...Read More


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