Globe wins four New England Emmys

The Boston Globe is celebrating four Emmy awards won by staff members at Saturday evening’s 36th Annual Boston/New England Emmy awards, held by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

The Globe won awards for outstanding work in video and editing, reporting, and production.

Video journalist Scott LaPierre took home an Emmy under the category of Sports Specialty Report for his profile of Boston Globe sports columnist Bob Ryan. LaPierre was also nominated for three of his other Boston Globe stories.

Videographer Bill Greene won for General Assignment Report, in which he covered the search for missing toddler Caleigh Harrison.


Producer Darren Durlach took home two Emmy awards, including one for “Video Journalist Compilation,’’ an award in recognition for three of his outstanding stories (including one about a young Angry Birds fanatic).

His second was awarded to him and co-worker Geoff Edgers for their Arts/Entertainment Specialty Report, “Behind the Curtain: Act One of Barbara Quintiliani’s Story.’’

After the ceremony, Edgers tweeted out a photo of himself and Durlach holding their awards. “Won an Emmy. That’s crazy,’’ he wrote.

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