LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The National Capital Chesapeake Bay chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences awarded the Redskins Broadcast Network with an Emmy for the Outstanding Sports One Time Special category at the 2016 National Capital Chesapeake Emmy Awards held on June 25.
RBN secured the honor for its documentary, "Taylor Made for the Hall," a program that focused on the life and career of Redskins legend and Pro Football Hall of Famer Charley Taylor. The award marks the 11th Emmy presented to the Redskins Broadcast Network.
The program will re-air on NBC4 in Washington, D.C. in January 2017.
The 2016 Redskins Broadcast Network season schedule includes telecasts of all four Redskins preseason games on NBC4 and CSN Mid-Atlantic. In addition, in-season programming will begin the weekend of Aug. 27-28, featuring annual shows such as "The Redskins Coaches Show with Jay Gruden" and "Inside the Redskins," as well as the debut of "Redskins Life," hosted by former Redskins great Clinton Portis. The season series of "Redskins Final" and "Redskins Chronicles" will begin on NBC4 on the week of Monday, Sept. 5, the first week of the 2016 NFL season.
In addition, RBN will once again present "Redskins Game Time" on FOX 5 each Sunday during the season.
A complete guide to RBN programming is available at Redskins.com.