ABC News Wins 9 Emmys® & Disney General Entertainment Earns a Collective 19 News and Documentary Emmy® Awards.

Disney General Entertainment has earned a collective 19 news and documentary Emmy® Awards. ABC News wins nine awards Including first-ever Emerging Journalist Emmy for Rachel Scott. National Geographic Collects Eight Awards Including Best Documentary for “The First Wave.” Collectively, Disney General Entertainment (DGE) has won 19 News & Documentary Emmy® Awards across content brands and studios ABC News, FX, Hulu and National Geographic. Disney General Entertainment’s total wins are listed below:

“20/20” (ABC News) – 3 Wins

Outstanding Edited Interview

Episode: “Escape from a House of Horror”

Outstanding Writing: News

Episode: “Escape from a House of Horror”

Outstanding Soft Feature Story: Long Form

Episode: “The Babies of 9/11: Twenty Years Later”

“The First Wave” (National Geographic)3 Wins

Best Documentary

Outstanding Cinematography: Documentary

Outstanding Editing: Documentary

“The Rescue” (National Geographic) – 3 Wins

Outstanding Current Affairs Documentary

Outstanding Direction: Documentary

Outstanding Research: Documentary

“Soul of a Nation” (ABC News) – 3 Wins

Outstanding Lighting Direction and Scenic Design

Outstanding Soft Feature Story: Short Form

Episode: “Miss Lucille”

Outstanding Direction: News

Episode: “Juneteenth: Together We Triumph”

“9/11: One Day in America” (National Geographic) – 2 Wins

Outstanding Historical Documentary

Outstanding Promotional Announcement

“The New York Times Presents” (FX) – 1 Win

Outstanding Arts, Culture or Entertainment Coverage

Episode: “Malfunction: The Dressing Down of Janet Jackson”

Rachel Scott (ABC News) – 1 Win

Outstanding Emerging Journalist

“WeWork: or The Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn” (Hulu) – 1 Win

Outstanding Business and Economic Documentary

“World News Tonight with David Muir” (ABC News) – 1 Win

Outstanding Continuing News Coverage: Short Form

Episode: “The Climate Crisis”

“World News Tonight with David Muir”/”Nightline” (ABC News) – 1 Win

Outstanding Science, Technology or Environmental Coverage

Episode: “Madagascar: The Children of Climate Change”