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Winners of the Short-Form Award and PGA Innovation Award will be announced later this week at the Producers Guild Awards West Coast Nominee Celebration 


NEW YORK (February 21, 2023) - The Producers Guild of America hosted its annual East Coast celebration of the 2023 PGA nominees last night at Bottino in New York City. The celebration marks the first in a week’s worth of bi-coastal events culminating with the PGA Awards on February 25. 

The producing team for Tony Hawk: Until the Wheels Fall Off was presented with the award for Outstanding Sports Program and the producing team for Sesame Street (Season 52) was presented with the award for Outstanding Children’s Program

In attendance were producing team members from nominated productions and PGA guests including: Gerry Robert Byrne (Severance), Brittany Radocha (The Daily Show with Travor Noah), Halle Stanford (Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock), Rebecca Teitel (The Territory), Mark Kamine (The White Lotus), Marsha Cooke (30 For 30), Bill Owens (60 Minutes), Tanya Bracco (The Late Show with Stephen Colbert), Daniel Battsek (Banshees of Inisherin) and more. 

The award for Outstanding Short Form Program and the PGA Innovation Award will be announced at the West Coast celebration at Tiato Santa Monica in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 23. The remaining Producers Guild Awards winners will be announced at the annual award show on Saturday, February 25 at the Beverly Hills Hilton. 

The Producers Guild Awards East Coast Celebration was sponsored by BENlabs and Virgin Atlantic.

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About the Producers Guild of America (PGA)

The Producers Guild of America represents over 8,500 producers. It is a non-profit trade organization that represents, protects and promotes the interests of all members of the producing team in film, television and new media.

The Guild invests in its core values that benefit the industry at large. These values are rooted in facilitating employment of its members, advocating for sustainable practices in production that minimize human and environmental harm, ensuring a set culture that advances safety and creates viable pathways into the guild for the next generation of producers, particularly those from populations underrepresented in the industry. Year-round it hosts a number of educational, mentoring and professional networking programs, as well as industry events that honor excellence in producing.



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