The Northern California Chapter of the National Television Academy has recognized the San Jose Sharks and FSN Bay Area for its commitment to quality programming by awarding the network three Emmy Awards at the 35th annual Northern California Emmy Awards ceremony last Saturday evening in San Francisco.
The Northern California Emmy Awards presented to FSN Bay Area are as follows:
On Camera Talent – Sports Play-by-Play/Analyst
San Jose Sharks Hockey - Randy Hahn, Play-by-Play Talent; Drew Remenda, Color Talent; Glen Kuiper, Sideline Talent
Adza Composite - Tom Adza, Director
Lynch Composite - Jim Lynch, Director
“FSN Bay Area is honored to be recognized with three local Emmy Awards, and extends our congratulations to all the winners of this prestigious award,” said Ted Griggs, vice president of programming and operations, FSN Bay Area.. “We’d especially like to acknowledge Drew Remenda for his achievement, who has just completed his final season with the Sharks and FSN Bay Area. This award speaks to the excellence and dedication Drew has consistently demonstrated in his years with the network.”
The 35th Annual San Francisco/Northern California Area Emmy Award ceremony took place Saturday evening, May 20th at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco.
FSN Bay Area reaches more than 3.6 million households in Northern California and Northern Nevada. FSN Bay Area’s programming includes Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants baseball, Golden State Warriors basketball, San Jose Sharks hockey, San Jose Saber Cats football, and San Jose Stealth lacrosse, The Best Damn Sports Show Period, The Sports List and Beyond the Glory. FSN Bay Area is owned and managed by Rainbow Sports Networks. Visit www.fsnbayarea.com
for more information.