Longhorn Network Honored with Two Lone Star EMMY Awards

Longhorn Network

Longhorn Network Honored with Two Lone Star EMMY Awards

For the 10th time in the last 11 years, Longhorn Network, ESPN’s 24-hour network dedicated to the University of Texas, has received recognition from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences – Lone Star Chapter, winning two awards.

The network has won 33 EMMYs since its launch in 2011.

LHN collected trophies in categories of “Live Sporting Event/Game” and “Sports Story – Long Form Content”. LHN’s production of Texas’ 58-0 win over Rice on September 18, 2021 under the leadership of producer E’Van Hickmon and director Brad Sheldon captured the EMMY for Live Sporting Event/Game, while LHN’s powerful feature 44 on the late Texas tackle Cole Pittman produced by Nicholas Hetherington took home the EMMY for Sports Story – Long Form Content.

“We’re really proud of both of these Lone Star EMMYs because they showcase the breadth of what LHN does well – analyze and personalize,” said Ande Wall, ESPN Coordinating Producer. Our Event Production and Operations teams excel in broadcasting 175 events a year on LHN, while our Studio Production team helps give a voice to the stories of the incredible athletes already showcased on our network.”

LHN 2022 Lone Star EMMY Award Winners

Live Sporting Event/Game

Texas Longhorns Football Dominates Rice Owls

Brad Sheldon, Director

Browning Stubbs, Editor

E’Van Hickmon, Producer

Aaron Pepper, Graphics/Associate Producer

 

Sports Story – Long Form Content

44

Nicholas Hetherington, Producer

Nate Cardenas, Photographer

Brandon Stein, Editor

 

 

 

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