In the Press
ESPN, Fox and a pair of quadrennial global athletic events were among the big winners as the 44th annual Sports Emmy Awards were handed out tonight during a ceremony at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Rose Hall in Manhattan.
Among programs, Fox and FS1’s coverage of the 2022 FIFA World Cup and NBC/USA’s XXIV Winter Olympics tied with three Emmys apiece. ESPN and Fox led all network with nine trophies each, though the former beat with latter among network groups, 13 Emmys to nine.
A list of wins by program is here, and see the full list of winners recognized by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences below.
Multiple Winners By Program
|2022 FIFA World Cup||3||Fox/FS1|
|XXIV Olympic Winter Games||3||NBC/USA|
|2022 NCAA March Madness||2||tbs/CBS/TNT/truTV|
|Fox NFL Sunday||2||Fox|
|NFL 360||2||NFL Network|
|Outside the Lines||2||ESPN|
|Super Bowl LVII||2||FOX|
ESPN came into the ceremony with a leading 42 nominations. Among programs, NFL Network’s NFL: 360 and NBC’s coverage of the XXIV Olympic Winter Games tied with a leading 10 nominations each, followed by 2022 NCAA March Madness, with eight noms; followed by 2022 FIFA World Cup with seven and ESPN’s SportsCenter and Fox’s coverage of Super Bowl LVII with six apiece. See the 2022 Sports Emmy winners here.
During the ceremony, NATAS President and CEO Adam Sharp addressed the three-week-old Writer Guild strike.