Iran Crisis Guide Wins an Emmy

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Oct. 7 2012 4:04 AM

Iran Crisis Guide Wins an Emmy

A nice bit of news: the Crisis Guide multimedia documentary series I produced over the past decade for the Council on Foreign Relations has won a third Emmy award, this time for Crisis Guide: Iran. It's the last in the series, sadly, but I wanted to congratulate all the team at CFR and MediaStorm, the production company run by my friend Brian Storm, for the hard work and vision. It's an important topic - perhaps never more so than right now - and it deserves an in depth, objective approach with historical and political developments put into context.


Here's CFR's press release and the full credit list from the Emmy's website.

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Council on Foreign Relations & MediaStorm            cfr.org/MediaStorm.com
        Crisis Guide: Iran    
            Executive Producer, Coucil on Foreign Relations
                Michael Moran
            Executive Producer, MediaStorm
                Brian Storm
            Supervising Producer, Council on Foreign Relations
                Robert McMahon
            Managing Producer, Council on Foreign Relations
                Jeremy Sherlick
            Producers, Council on Foreign Relations
                Hagit Bachrach, Jayshree Bajoria, Roya Wolverson
            Producer, MediaStorm
                Lauren Rosenfeld
            Design and Development, MediaStorm
                Jacky Myint

Michael Moran is an author and geopolitical analyst.

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