2 October 2013 2:41 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

CBS and PBS lead the 34th Annual News and Documentary Awards, handed out Tuesday in New York, with the most wins, while PBS’ “Frontline” scored the most Emmys per show, with 7. Its founder and executive producer David Fanning was also given a Lifetime Achievement Award. Seattle’s King 5 TV and Boston’s Wbz-tv also won an Emmy each for best regional reporting. Also read: NBC4, ABC7 Lead L.A. Emmy Award Winners Here’s the breakdown by the numbers: Shows Frontline: 7 60 Minutes: 6 HBO Documentary Films: 6 CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley: 3 Sunday Morning: 2 ABC News Nightline: »


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