FORT GREENE – Congratulations to BRIC on taking home five trophies at the 61st Annual New York Emmy Awards last Saturday, April 14.
BRIC TV, a nonprofit community television channel/digital network, came out on top in the following categories:
Arts: Program/Special – Brooklyn Slams | Frameworks, November 17, 2016
Executive Producer, Aziz Isham; Producer, Chris Raddatz; Supervising Producer, Sachar Mathias. Watch it here.
Entertainment: Program Feature/Segment – Ghost: Bed-Stuy Veterans and the Evolution of Bruk Up | BK Stories, May 11, 2017
Executive Producer, Aziz Isham; Producer, Jasia Kaulbach; Senior Producer, Charlie Hoxie. Watch it here.
Education/Schools: Program/Special – #BHeard Town Hall: Class Divide Breaking the Pattern of School Segregation?, December 1, 2016
Executive Producer, Aziz Isham; Producer, Megan Donis; Audio Technician, Steve de Seve; Director of Photography, Chris Raddatz; Director, Clinton Philson, Jr.; Moderator, Brian Vines; Co-Producer, Ro Johnson; Co-Producer, Natasha Gaspard. Watch it here.
Societal Concerns: Program Feature/Segment – A Cop Watcher’s Tale: El Grito de Sunset Park Attempts to Deter Police Brutality, May 18, 2017
Producer/Director of Photography/Editor/Audio Technician, Steve De Seve; Executive Producer, Jonathan Lief. Watch it here.
BRIC is the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, and one of the largest in New York City. The organization’s programming includes the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival, a contemporary art exhibition series, Brooklyn’s Public Access initiative, Brooklyn Free Speech, and BRIC TV. BRIC also offers educational programs at its headquarters, BRIC House, located in Fort Greene. Learn more at bricartsmedia.org.
See the full list of 2018 New York Emmy Award winners here.