We are storytellers. We’ve been described as the “goose-bump makers.”
Our short and long form stories have been seen by hundreds of millions across our careers in Network Television. For decades we’ve kicked off National Championships, told the emotional stories of the heroes we all admire, and exposed criminals and corruption for all the world to see.
Bluefoot has been nationally recognized for its work ranging from show opens, sense-of-place campaigns, commercials and documentaries. The Bluefoot Team has taken home a combined 43 National Sports Emmy® Awards for outstanding achievement in Television.
But it’s the impactful stories that we are most proud of. With multiple Journalism Emmy® Awards, we’ve helped make a difference exposing racism, sexual assault, child abuse, insurance fraud, etc.
In 2015 ESPN and Bluefoot won the prestigious RFK International Award for Journalism with E:60 investigating the migrant worker crisis and mass death of workers building stadiums ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
In 2011 E:60 and Bluefoot took home the United Nations DPI Award for Journalism exposing the awful and on-going plague of “Corrective Rape” in South Africa.
Additionally, we have received multiple Edward R. Murrow Awards, Sigma Delta Chi Awards for Journalism, National Gracie Awards and a few dozen New York Festival Awards. We’ve also been recognized for the NAMIC Vision Award for our contributions to Multi-Ethnicity in Communications.