ATLANTA (September 14, 2020) –Atlanta Eats is honored to announce a fourth Emmy win this past Saturday, September 12, 2020 at the virtual Southeast Emmy Awards. Atlanta Eats has built a large, passionate audience while covering the dining scene in both Atlanta and the Southeast and this Emmy win is a recognition of the quality of its original content.
Atlanta Eats’ co-creator Scott Chalk, host Steak Shapiro, company president Kyle Korelishn and Production head Anni Bacchus won the Best Lifestyle Program Feature/Segment & Program Emmy for an episode that featured Half Mile Farm, Nakato, Barnsley Resort, Casi Cielo, Yebo Skihaus, and Jim Adams Farm to Table. Scott Chalk was also nominated for Best Director – non live television program, and editor Jason Oh was also nominated for Best Editor – program. Click here watch some of the Emmy award-winning content Atlanta Eats has produced.
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About Atlanta Eats
Atlanta Eats TV is a local television show and media production company highlighting the best of food and dining in Atlanta in an entertaining, engaging, and informative way. In addition to their daily TV programming, Atlanta Eats also has a robust digital audience of passionate foodies across YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, and their own Atlanta Eats app on iOS and Android. Atlanta Eats was founded by Food Network personality and host Steak Shapiro. Frequent Atlanta Eats co-hosts include Mara Davis and Julie Smith. Catch Atlanta Eats 7 days a week on Peachtree TV and 24/7 online!