Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Nonfiction Program (Single or Multi-Camera)

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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Nonfiction Program (Single or Multi-Camera)
Awarded for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Nonfiction Program (Single or Multi-Camera)
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Currently held by The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — The Touring Years (2017)
Website emmys.com

The Primetime Emmy Award for Sound Mixing for a Nonfiction Program (Single or Multi-Camera) is awarded to one television documentary or nonfiction series each year.

In the following list, the first titles listed in gold are the winners; those not in gold are nominees, which are listed in alphabetical order. The years given are those in which the ceremonies took place:

Winners and nominations[edit]

  indicates the winner

2000s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1999–00
[1]

[note 1]

Raising the Mammoth Paul Schremp, Troy Tatzko Discovery Channel
Walking with Dinosaurs Bob Jackson
2000–01
[2]
Survivor "Episode 1" Terrance Dwyer CBS
The Beatles Revolution Ken Hahn, David Jaunai, Ashley Howe ABC
Behind the Music "John Lennon: The Last Years" Earl Martin, Richard Gray VH1
Jazz "Dedicated to Chaos" Dominick Tavella PBS
Living Dolls: The Making of a Child Beauty Queen John McCormick, Mitch Dorf HBO
2001–02
[3]
9/11 Grant Maxwell, Ken Hahn, Danny Caccavo CBS
The Blue Planet "The Deep" Graham Wild Discovery Channel
Great Performances "Recording 'The Producers': A Musical Romp with Mel Brooks" Peter Miller, Roger Phenix, Lee Dichter PBS
In Memoriam: New York City Larry Rock, Ken Hahn HBO
The True Story of Black Hawk Down Marcus Pardo History
2002–03
[4]
American Masters "Joni Mitchell: Woman of Heart and Mind" Peter Waggoner PBS
American Idol "Finale" Klaus Landsberg, Brian Riordan Fox
The Day the Towers Fell Sammy Jackson, Scott Delaney History
Expedition: Bismarck Ben Zarai, Ken Skoglund, Eric Reuveni, Aaron F. Quirk, Buck Robinson Discovery Channel
Journeys with George Coll Anderson HBO
2003–04
[5]
Dinosaur Planet "Pod's Travels"
"Alpha's Egg"
Mike Olman, Ken Kobett Discovery Channel
The Amazing Race "I Could Never Have Been Prepared for What I'm Looking at Right Now" Troy Smith CBS
American Masters "Judy Garland: By Myself" Ed Campbell PBS
Failure Is Not an Option Greg McCleary History
Survivor "They're Back" Terrance Dwyer, Jeremy Ireland, Heron Alencar, Roger Arguello, Rick Armstrong, Jerry Masanky Chabane, Christina Chin, Dan Foster, Richard Hill, Matthias Hoffman, Tony Jensen, Chris Kelly, Drew Levinson, Terry Meehan, Robert MacKay, Mike Ormsby, Rob Rosales, Bram Tulloch, Jim Ursulak CBS
2004–05
[6]
Broadway: The American Musical "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'" Ed Campbell PBS
The Amazing Race "We're Moving Up the Food Chain" Troy Smith, Jim Ursulak, Heron Alencar, Gary Azzinaro, Kristopher Bagley, Tyler Bender, Stephen Crawley, Dean Gaveau, Brian Johnson, Peter Jones, William Minchin, Gustavo Gama Rodrigues, Barry Weissman CBS
American Idol "Episode 401/402" Brian Riordan Fox
America's Deadliest Season: Alaskan Crab Fishing "The Clock's Ticking" Bob Bronow Discovery Channel
Survivor "Love Is in the Air, Rats Are Everywhere" Terrance Dwyer, Jeremy Ireland, Christina Chin, Tony Jensen, Robert MacKay, Terry Meehan, Chris Kelly, Molefi J. Chabane, Dan Foster, Mike Ormsby, Steve Guercio, Scott Hanlon, Michael St. Hilaire, Colette Stewart, Jonathan Andrews, Drew Levinson CBS
2005–06
[7]
American Masters "No Direction Home: Bob Dylan" Tom Fleischman PBS
The Amazing Race "Here Comes the Bedouin!" Troy Smith, Jim Ursulak, Jerry Masanky Chabane, Peter Jones CBS
Baghdad ER Jon Alpert, Matthew O'Neill, Paul Hsu HBO
Deadliest Catch "The Clock's Ticking" Bob Bronow Discovery Channel
Survivor "Big Trek, Big Trouble, Big Surprise" Terrance Dwyer, Jeremy Ireland, Matthias Hoffman, Tony Jensen CBS
2006–07
[8]
American Masters "Atlantic Records: The House That Ahmet Built" Ed Campbell PBS
The Amazing Race "I Know Phil, Little Ol' Gorgeous Thing" Jim Ursulak, Jerry Masanky Chabane, Dean Gaveau, Barry Weissman, Peter Wong, Troy Smith CBS
Deadliest Catch "The Unforgiving Sea" Bob Bronow Discovery Channel
Planet Earth "Pole to Pole" Graham Wild Discovery Channel
When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts Ken Ishii, Stuart Deutsch, Charles R. Hunt, Bo Walker, Bob Chefalas, Douglas Murray HBO
2007–08
[9]
American Masters "Tony Bennett: The Music Never Ends" Jason King PBS
The Amazing Race "Honestly, They Have Witch Powers or Something" Jim Ursulak, Jerry Masanky Chabane, Dean Gaveau, Troy Smith CBS
Deadliest Catch "No Mercy" Bob Bronow Discovery Channel
The War "When Things Get Tough" Dominick Tavella PBS
2008–09
[10]
102 Minutes That Changed America Damon Trotta History
The Amazing Race "Don't Let a Cheese Hit Me" Jim Ursulak, Jerry Masanky Chabane, Dean Gaveau, Troy Smith CBS
American Idol "Episode 801/802" Brian Riordan, Adrian Ordonez Fox
Deadliest Catch "Stay Focused or Die" Bob Bronow Discovery Channel
Survivor "The Poison Apple Needs to Go" Jim Ursulak, Jerry Masanky Chabane, Dean Gaveau, Troy Smith CBS

2010s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2009–10
[11]
Deadliest Catch "No Second Chances" Bob Bronow Discovery Channel
The Amazing Race "I Think We're Fighting the Germans, Right?" Jim Ursulak, Dean Gaveau, Jerry Masanky Chabane, Troy Smith CBS
Life "Challenges of Life" Graham Wild, John Rigatuso Discovery Channel
The National Parks: America's Best Idea "The Scripture of Nature" Dominick Tavella PBS
Spectacle: Elvis Costello with... "Bruce Springsteen (Part 1 & 2)" Neil Cedar Sundance Channel
2010–11
[12]
Deadliest Catch "Redemption Day" Bob Bronow Discovery Channel
The Amazing Race "You Don't Get Paid Unless You Win" Jim Ursulak, Dean Gaveau, Jerry Masanky Chabane, Troy Smith ABC
American Idol "Auditions No. 2: New Orleans" Brian Riordan, Kamal Humphrey, Phil Valdivia, Chris Tront Fox
American Masters "LENNONYC" Ed Campbell PBS
Gettysburg Dieter Keck History
2011–12
[13]
Paul Simon's Graceland Journey: Under African Skies Tom Paul A&E
The Amazing Race "Let Them Drink Their Haterade" Jim Ursulak, Dean Gaveau, Jerry Masanky Chabane, Troy Smith CBS
Deadliest Catch "I Don't Wanna Die" Bob Bronow Discovery Channel
Frozen Planet "Ends of the Earth" Graham Wild, Archie Moore
George Harrison: Living in the Material World Tom Fleischman, Bob Chefalas HBO
2012–13
[14]
History of the Eagles Tom Fleischman, Bret Johnson, Richard F.W. Davis, Elliot Scheiner, Mike Harlow Showtime
The Amazing Race "Be Safe and Don't Hit a Cow" Jim Ursulak, Dean Gaveau, Jerry Masanky Chabane, Troy Smith CBS
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown "Myanmar" Benny Mouthon CNN
Crossfire Hurricane Jason W. Jennings, Steve Pederson HBO
Deadliest Catch "Mutiny on the Bering Sea" Bob Bronow Discovery Channel
Survivor "Create a Little Chaos" Terrance Dwyer CBS
2013–14
[15]
American Masters "Jimi Hendrix: Hear My Train A Comin'" Eddie Kramer, Steve Crook PBS
The Amazing Race "Part Like the Red Sea" Jim Ursulak, Dean Gaveau, Jerry Masanky Chabane, Troy Smith CBS
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown "Tokyo" Brian Bracken CNN
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey "Standing Up in the Milky Way" Mark Hensley, Joel D. Catalan, Paul Aronoff, David Torres Fox
Deadliest Catch "Careful What You Wish For" Bob Bronow Discovery Channel
2014–15
[16]
Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways "Seattle" Fred Stuben, Jeffrey Fuller, Eddie Kim HBO
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown "Jamaica" Brian Bracken CNN
Deadliest Catch "Lost at Sea" Bob Bronow Discovery Channel
Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief David Mitlyng, Tony Volante HBO
The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst "Chapter 2: Poor Little Rich Boy" Tim Hays, Paul Vik Marshall, Coll Anderson
Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck Steve Pederson
2015–16
[17]
Vice "Fighting ISIS" Erik Schuiten HBO
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown "Ethiopia" Benny Mouthon CNN
Deadliest Catch "Carpe Diem" Bob Bronow Discovery Channel
Making a Murderer "Lack of Humanity" Leslie Shatz Netflix
What Happened, Miss Simone? Tony Volante, Tammy Douglas
2016–17
[18]
The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — The Touring Years Chris Jenkins, Cameron Frankley, Nathan Evans, Sam O'Kell Hulu
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown "Rome" Brian Bracken CNN
O.J.: Made in America "Part 2" Keith Hodne, Eric Di Stefano ESPN
Planet Earth II "Cities" Graham Wild BBC America
13th Jeffrey Perkins Netflix

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ As a juried award, nominees had to garner 50% approval to win the award. Neither nominee met the benchmark and no award was given.

References[edit]

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