The 41st Annual Northern California Area Emmy® Awards were presented Saturday evening, June 9, and Cal State East Bay alumna Sabrina Rodriguez '05 walked away with two of the 92 Emmy® statuettes.

Sabrina Rodriguez '05 posted this photo to her Facebook page on June 9 after winning two Emmys. (Photo: Sabrina Rodriguez)

Sabrina Rodriguez '05 wins two Emmy Awards

  • June 11, 2012 5:00am

The 41st Annual Northern California Area Emmy® Awards were presented Saturday evening, June 9, and Cal State East Bay alumna Sabrina Rodriguez '05 walked away with two of the 92 Emmy® statuettes.

Rodriguez won in two categories:

Feature News Report - Light
“The Seabreacher,” KTXL FOX 40
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Video Journalist
“Goin' Solo In Sacto,” KTXL FOX 40
Sabrina Rodriguez, Video Journalist

The Emmy® Award honors excellence in all fields of television and on-line production.  Rodriguez joined Sacramento's KTXL FOX 40 morning news team as a reporter and fill-in anchor in 2011. While a student at CSUEB, she interned at KTVU FOX Channel 2.  She was also recognized as “Young Alum of the Year” by Cal State East Bay in 2012.

Read 41st Annual NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AREA EMMY® AWARDS press release (PDF)

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