September 12, 2004

Headline: Emmy Winners include Randy Newman and Bruce Broughton

Randy Newman

Randy Newman


Bruce Broughton

Bruce Broughton


Randy Newman and Bruce Broughton are among ASCAP’s Primetime Emmy Awards Winners

The Creative Arts Emmy Awards were presented on September 12th in Los Angeles and the News and Documentary Emmy Awards were presented on September 13th in New York.


ASCAP'S 2004 NEWS AND DOCUMENTARY EMMY AWARD WINNERS:

Outstanding Individual Achievement in a Craft: Music and Sound
Rick Krizman
April 1865 - History Channel
Andy Bush (PRS)
David Gale (PRS)
Days that Shook the World: Hiroshima - History Channel

Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series
Deadwood - Pilot - HBO

ASCAP'S 2004 PRIMETIME EMMY AWARD WINNERS: Outstanding Music Composition For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Special (Dramatic Underscore)
Bruce Broughton, Music
Eloise At Christmastime - ABC - Handmade Films

Outstanding Music And Lyrics
Toni Childs, Music & Lyrics
David Ricketts, Music
Until The Violence Stops - (Song: "Because You Are Beautiful") -
Lifetime Television - V-Day Productions for Lifetime Television
in association with Iron Films

Outstanding Main Title
Theme Music

Randy Newman, Theme (ASCAP)
Monk - USA - Mandeville Films, Inc. in association with Touchstone Television

ASCAP WINNERS IN OTHER CATEGORIES

Outstanding Sound Editing for Nonfiction Programming (Single or Multi-Camera)
Dean Grinsfelder, Music Editor
Dinosaur Planet - Alpha's Egg; Pod's Travel - Discovery Channel

Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series
Micha Liberman, Music Editor
Deadwood - Pilot - HBO
Visit www.emmys.org for more information.