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SnoCountry Snapshot Receives Regional Emmy Nomination

Halley O'Brien Snapshot television host Halley O’Brien, is in contention for an Emmy® Award.

SnoCountry, Inc. is proud to announce Snapshot television host Halley O’Brien, is in contention for an Emmy® Award in the Boston/New England NATAS Chapter.

The SnoCountry Snapshot is television’s #1 lifestyle winter report show, featuring host and executive producer, Halley O’Brien. Each week throughout the winter, Halley and her team visit the best winter resort destinations from New England to the Rocky Mountains, with each show designed to showcase current conditions and celebrate the winter lifestyle.

“This is the sixth season of the Snapshot, and when I’m out on the slopes surrounded by winter’s most beautiful scenery alongside the resort teams, passionate skiers and riders, and our production crew, I just can’t believe this is what I get to do for a living,” says O’Brien. “It’s an incredible privilege to design and share stories that help inspire people to get outside during the winter months, have fun, and create memories with their friends and family.”

The SnoCountry Snapshot’s action-packed content tells the story of skiing and snowboarding. The Snapshot’s syndicated television network reaches affiliate stations in the nation’s top media markets, reaching an audience of more than 48 million viewers with each episode and is backed up by the world’s most reliable snow reporting service, serving more than 3,500 affiliates including Google, Microsoft, the Associated Press and more than 500 radio stations across North America.

Halley comes from a heralded career in the snowsports and resorts business. This is the first Emmy® Nomination for Halley as host of the SnoCountry Snapshot, and her third nomination overall. The two prior nominations came last spring for her work on The Snow Report Show presented by SKI Magazine.

The Boston/New England Emmy® Gala will be held June 2, in Boston.

SnoCountry SnapShot episodes are available at SnoCountry.com, including some of this past season's favorites from Jay Peak, Sugarbush, and Crested Butte.

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