An Emmys night to remember.
That’s certainly how award show producer Phil Rosenberg felt after wrapping the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards. For an exclusive chat with E! News, the up-and-coming industry professional opened up about what it took to pull off the virtual 2020 Emmys on Sunday, Sept. 20.
Rosenberg, who was credited as a Producer during Sunday night’s Emmys, wore many hats while working for Done+Dusted (as E! readers may know, Done+Dusted was the production company that pulled all of this off, alongside Reginald Hudlin and host Jimmy Kimmel, in a global pandemic).
As he detailed to us, Rosenberg helped with producing the comedy nominations package and other aspects of the show.
“I’ve worked with this team a bunch before,” Rosenberg exclusively shared with E!. “When they asked me to work the Emmys, it was, obviously, a dream come true.”
His other job at the Emmys? One of those hazmat suit people waiting outside or inside celebrities’ homes.
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