Four Emmys For 60 Minutes

Wins The Most Awards For Any Single Program

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced its list of Emmy winners in the news and documentary categories for 2006 and 60 Minutes has won four awards, the most any single program received.

A report for The CBS Evening News also won one statuette at 28th Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards ceremony, which took place on Sept. 24 in New York.

Below is the list of winners:



  • Outstanding Coverage Of A Breaking News Story In A News Magazine
    Patti Dunn
    Correspondent Lesley Stahl
    Executive Producer Jeff Fager
    Executive Editor Patti Hassler
    Senior Broadcast Producer Michael Whitney
    Producer Richard Bonin

  • Outstanding Continuing Coverage Of A News Story In A News Magazine

  • Searching for Jacob
    Correspondent Scott Pelley
    Executive Producer Jeff Fager
    Executive Editor Patti Hassler
    Senior Broadcast Producer Michael Whitney
    Producer Shawn Efran

  • Best Report In A News Magazine

  • The Duke Rape Case
    Correspondent Ed Bradley
    Executive Producer Jeff Fager
    Executive Editor Patti Hassler
    Senior Broadcast Producer Michael Whitney
    Senior Producer Michael Radutzky
    Producer Tanya Simon

  • Outstanding Interview

  • President Ahmadinejad
    Correspondent Mike Wallace
    Executive Producer Jeff Fager
    Executive Editor Patti Hassler
    Senior Broadcast Producer Michael Whitney
    Producer Robert Anderson



    The CBS Evening News won a fifth award for the following story:

  • Outstanding Continuing Coverage Of A News Story In A Regularly Scheduled Newscast

  • "Ramadi: On the Front Line"
    Correspondent Lara Logan
    Executive Producer Rome Hartman
    Senior Producer Bill Owens
    Producers Max McClellan and Jeff Newton
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