Q-TV's Settling In Nominated for Michigan Emmys

Q-TV newest documentary is nominated for two Michigan Emmy Awards

Q-TV's latest historical documentary, Settling In: Immigrants & Cultures that Built Mid-Michigan, has been nominated for two Michigan Emmy Awards.

Filmmakers Bob Przybylski and Christine Santiago-Drake are nominated in the Historical Documentary category. Composer Pat Cronley is nominated in the Craft Specialty – Music category for his original soundtrack to the program.

Cronley won an Emmy in 2010 for his work on Q-TV's documentary Restored to Glory: Classic Automobiles, Collectors & Their Stories.

Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony held at the Motor City Casino on June 18 in Detroit.

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