VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., July 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Studio Center Total Production, headquartered in Virginia Beach, Va., is proud to announce that two of the company's actors are the hosts of an Emmy Award winning show, NASA 360. The show won the Emmy from the National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the National Academy of Arts and Sciences during a ceremony held in Baltimore last month.
The Emmy was awarded in the category of "Information/Instructional Program/Special." Molly McKinney and Caleb Kinchlow are the hosts of NASA 360, a 30-minute television show/vodcast produced by the National Institute of Aerospace in Hampton, Va., in collaboration with NASA.
NASA 360 co-producer, Scott Bedar, commented, "Molly and Caleb have been invaluable assets to NASA 360. Their presence as the new hosts of the show has truly breathed new life into the program. Aside from being genuinely fun to work with, they bring a passion and level of professionalism to the show that helps make it the success it is."
McKinney has been on Studio Center's on-camera talent roster since 2010; Kinchlow joined the roster in 2011.
William "Woody" Prettyman, Studio Center CEO, added "We're just so happy for them! What an honor!"
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