The St. Louis Blues claimed two Emmys at the Mid-America Chapter Regional Emmy Awards on Saturday in Kansas City.
Blues Go Marching In, produced by Jason Pippi, won an Emmy for Program Promo in Sports, while Levi, produced by David Foley, received the award for Program Feature/Segment in Sports.
Ari's Trip, produced by Eric Siders, was also nominated for the Emmy for Short Format Program.
The awards are the first-ever Emmys for Blue Note Productions, the Blues' in-house video production team.
"The best part about these Emmy Awards is that they are complete team awards," said Trevor Nickerson, Senior Director of Blue Note Productions. "Whether it is our hockey operations department allowing the access to tell our own stories, our public relations staff working with our players, our community relations department creating memorable stories to tell or our digital department helping to develop and distribute content, it all supports Blue Note Productions and allows our talented staff to do what they love: telling the amazing stories of the St. Louis Blues and Enterprise Center. This is a feather in the cap of the entire organization."
FOX Sports Midwest also claimed two Emmys for their coverage of Blues hockey, winning one for Daily or Weekly Sports Program and another for Director - Live or Live to Tape.
Blues Go Marching In
Winner - Program Promo in Sports
produced by Jason Pippi
Video: Blues Go Marching In
Winner - Program Feature / Segment in Sports
produced by David Foley
Nominee - Short Format Program
produced by Eric Siders
Video: Ari's Trip