Sikhs in America wins an Emmy

By April 13, 2008 Documentary, Featured No Comments

Emmy
Media Factory’s Marissa Aroy and Niall McKay garnered an Emmy award for their documentary, “Sikhs in America,” in the category of Best Historic/Cultural Program. The 26-minute PBS documentary profiling the Sikh community in the United States aired in 2008 as part of the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.

“Sikhs in America” is a 26-minute PBS documentary profiling the Sikh community in the United States. The program takes a look inside the Sikh community, its religious traditions, home life, and working life and provides a rare view of unique traditions such as arranged marriage and dating. “Sikh’s in America” aired in 2008. Produced by the Media Factory’s Marissa Aroy and Niall McKay, the documentary is narrated by former NPR Radio host Sandip Roy.

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Original music for “Sikhs in America” and for “Understanding Sikhism” provided by Qasim Naqvi and Robin Sukhadia
formerly of Astral Audio Design. 

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