Latinos Nominated for 2013 News & Documentary Emmy Awards

Nominees for the 34th Annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards have been announced, and several Latinos have been nominated.

POV received nine nominations, all co-executive produced by POV's Cynthia López. Among them, Nostalgia for the Light by Patricio Guzmán received a nomination for Best Documentary and Outstanding Historical Programming - Long-Form. Granito: How to Nail a Dictator by Pamela Yates, Paco de Onís and Peter Kinoy was nominated for Oustanding Investigative Journalism - Long-Form. 

CBS' Sunday Morning story Walking on Air produced by Fernando Suarez was nominated for Outstanding Feature Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast.

Univision's Aquí y Ahora story Fast and Furious (Rápido y Furioso) executive produced by Jairo Marin and produced by Margarita Rabin, Jeannette Casal-Miranda, Tomás Ocaña, and Vytenis Didziulis was nominated for Outstanding Investigative Journalism in a New Magazine.

MSNBC's Morning Joe story Newtown Tragedy, with Senior Planning Producer Jesse Rodriguez was nominated for Outstanding News Discussion and Analysis.

CNN's Election Night in America included Senior Producer Javier De Diego, Producer Ish Estrada, and correspondents Miguel Marquez and Soledad O’Brien was nominated for Oustanding Live Coverage of a Current News Story - Long Form.

The 34th Annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards will be presented on Tuesday, October 1, 2013 in New York City. Please see the Emmy Awards official site for a full list of this year's nominees: