College of Humanities

Professor R. Dianne Bartlow Wins Regional Emmy Award

August 18, 2015

Gender and Women’s Studies professor R. Dianne Bartlow has won a regional Emmy Award for directing a piece spotlighting an organization that serves the homeless in Santa Monica.

The three-segment special, “Santa Monica Cares,” aired Dec. 31, 2014, on CityTV of Santa Monica and was a joint effort by members of the Women’s Steering Committee of the Directors Guild of America, of which Bartlow is a member. The program won an Emmy in the Public, Municipal and Operator-Produced Cable category, competing against four other programs. The winner was announced at the 67th Los Angeles-area Emmy Awards presentation Saturday, July 25, at the Skirball Cultural Center.

CSUN professor R. Dianne Bartlow received her 3rd Emmy for her segment of “Santa Monica Cares,” highlighting organizations that help the homeless.

Bartlow, an accomplished television director, writer and producer, said she was thrilled her team’s program won the award. Story continues