Cox3 Honored with 4 Emmy Nominations
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Has Nominated the Orange County-Based Entertainment
Pioneer, Cox3, with Four Emmy Awards in Three Categories
May 07, 2010 09:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, Calif.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--The National Academy of Television
Arts & Sciences’ Pacific Southwest Chapter has nominated the communications and entertainment pioneer, Cox3,
for a remarkable four Emmy Awards in three categories. Known for its “Local Like No Other” programming, the
Orange County based Cox3 is competing against rival networks in San Diego, Bakersfield, Palm Springs, San Luis
Obispo, Santa Barbara, Santa Maria and Las Vegas.
In the Sports Event/Game – Live/Unedited category, Cox3 received a nomination for longstanding local favorite,
Game of The Week.Co-produced and directed by Aliso Viejo resident Marcus Williams, Game of the Week
delivers the excitement of amateur athletics to the homes of Orange County’s enthusiastic fans.
Also vying for an Emmy is OC Lifestyle, which received a pair of nominations for excellence in a Magazine
Program.Produced by Christina Macaulay of Newport Beach, who also co-hosts the show with Director Eric
Winter of Trabuco Canyon, the “infotainment” show evolved in response to viewers’ appeals for a locally produced
program about their unique community.
“At Cox3, we’re dedicated to providing our family of customers with quality programming centered on what really
interests them,” states Jim Leach, Vice President of Public Affairs for Cox. “I believe that our nomination is a result
of listening to our viewers’ wants and needs. We couldn’t produce such a locally focused show without their valued
Continuing the Cox3 tradition of excellence, James Rogers of Corona produced and directed Mothers, which has
also been nominated for an Emmy in the Program or Special category.A salute to mothers everywhere, Mothers
features four inspirational stories that explore the traditi