HOLLYWOOD – Veteran broadcast journalist Peter Musurlian has been nominated for two 2012 Los Angeles area Emmys: one for a local story on the Burbank Rose Float, and the other for an in-depth look at a Europe based non-profit environmental organization, which focuses in the Caucasus Region of the former Soviet Union.
The 50 year old Station Manager & Senior Producer of the city of Burbank’s government access station called “The Burbank Channel”, has garnered 10 prestigious RTNA Golden Mikes over the post decade and, over that same time period, has received six Emmy nominations from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in North Hollywood, California.
Musurlian hopes to win an Emmy on August 11, 2012 since, so far, the distinction has slipped his grasp.
Musurlian was nominated in the Public & Municipal Operated Cable category. His fellow nominees hail from the cities of Santa Monica, Lakewood, and Glendale.
The second nomination came in the Information Segment category. He faces stiff competition from KCET’s flagship news program, SoCal Connected, which was nominated for its investigation into the spending habits at the Los Angeles Housing Authority.