PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Law Journal television program garnered four Emmy® nominations for the second consecutive year, with episodes covering equal protection under the law, workplace rights and criminal justice.
Three nominations were in the categories interview discussion specials/series and one in historic/cultural program feature segment.
The programs are:
- "O.J., Cosby and 'Making A Murderer': Criminal Justice On Trial?"
- "Wage, Hour and Overtime: What's 'Fair Pay' Today?"
- "Transgender at Work: The EEOC, Supreme Court and LGBT Rights on the Job"
- "Liberty, Justice and … Gay Marriage for All States?"
Executive Producer and host Christopher Naughton, Producer Valerie Jones, Director of Production Andrew Schaeffer and Feature Reporter Gina Passarella Cipriani received four nominations; Director Joel Keeler was honored with three.
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Mid-Atlantic Region announced the nominations Tuesday, August 9 at simultaneous Emmy® events. In 2015, The American Law Journal took home the Emmy® statuette for employment discrimination programming.
The American Law Journal talk/feature program airs Monday nights on the Philadelphia CNN-News affiliate WFMZ-TV. View the program's "sizzle" reel for recent show clips and highlights: https://youtu.be/30quno2hDVI.
Emmy® winners will be announced September 24 at a gala awards ceremony in Philadelphia.
About The American Law Journal
The American Law Journal is the Emmy® award-winning, 26-years running television program whose mission is "to empower 'We the People' to better understand the law, our Constitutional rights and responsibilities."
Airing Monday nights on the Philadelphia CNN-News affiliate WFMZ-TV to Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, the program is produced live with viewer calls, taped in studio or on location including The National Constitution Center, law schools and historically significant venues. Covering consumer, business and Constitutional issues, lawyers, judges, elected officials, law school professors and members of the public are in feature reports or on the panel discussion.
The program's extensive online video programming and viewer conversation is available on http://www.youtube.com/LawJournalTV.
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