"Cook Like a Chef" Show Wins Mid-Atlantic Emmy
October 5, 2009
WPSU, Penn State's public broadcasting station, announced September 28 that it has earned two 2009 Mid-Atlantic Emmy awards from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for shows "Making the Blue Band" and "Cook Like a Chef." These regional awards recognize local productions for excellence in television programming.
Former WPSU producer/director Joshua Dasal earned an Emmy for "Cook Like a Chef," in the Education/Schools Program Feature or Segment category. “Cook Like a Chef” chronicles the participants and leaders of a children’s camp held every summer at Penn State. The camp’s intent is to teach 11- to 13-year-olds lifelong lessons on nutrition and fitness by instructing them how to cook for themselves and how to incorporate physical activity into their daily lives. Read more about Cook Like a Chef.
The Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards, now in their twenty-seventh year, recognize excellence in programming and individual achievement in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Winners were announced at a ceremony on September 26 at the Philadelphia Loews Hotel.
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