Sept. 11 news coverage was recognized separately

This article was updated at 4 p.m.

See nomineesAs in years past, WNBC leads the race for New York Emmy statuettes — this time with 42 nods. Nominations were announced Tuesday morning.

Because the Emmy eligibility period spanned Sept. 1, 2001-Aug. 31, 2002, Sept. 11 news coverage was recognized separately, so as not to completely overwhelm the categories.

Instant breaking news stories, continuing stories, investigative journalism, and news specials are among the categories duplicated for 9/11 coverage. In all, there are 72 categories.

This year, WNBC’s nods ranged from single morning news program (which garnered three separate noms) to historical and cultural programming (two noms). Last year, the Peacock station’s 38 noms yielded nine wins.

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Next closest runner up was News 12 Long Island, with 25 nominations. Many of the station’s nods were for technical work, shutting out the competish in several of the camera and editing categories.

Tribune station WPIX (20), WABC (18) and sports net MSG (16) rounded out the top five.

Now in its 46th year, the black-tie kudofest will take place March 30 at the Regent Ballroom.

And the nominees are . . .

SINGLE NEWSCAST (Under 35 Minutes)

Bride Killed. October 4, 2001. (WNJU-TV). Martha Jaimes, Executive Producer.

Long Island Church Shooting. March 12, 2002. (WCBS-TV). Jennifer McLogan, Tim Armstrong, Producers; Cindy Hsu, Anchor; Brian Lander, Assignment Editor.

Noticias 41 (6 PM Newscast May 30, 2002). May 30, 2002. (WXTV). Norma Morato, News Director; Nivea Griselle Sierra, Producer.

Noticiero 47: Six Months Later. March 11, 2002. (WNJU-TV). Martha Jaimes, Executive Producer.

SINGLE NEWSCAST (Over 35 Minutes)

Chelsea Explosion. April 25, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Terry Myers, Producer; Sue Simmons, Jim Rosenfield, Anchors; Sue McNeeley, Director; Mike Fitzsimmons, Executive Producer; Peter McGowan, Assignment Editor.

FOX 5 News at 10PM. July 10, 2002. (WNYW FOX 5). Michelle Donovan, Producer; Joe Farrington, Assignment Editor.

The Crash of American 587. November 12 2001. (WPIX-TV). Karen Scott, News Director; John Houseman, Executive Producer; Caesar Darias, Managing Editor; Robert Cucchiaro, Producer.

UPN 9 News- March 11, 2002. March 11, 2002. (WWOR-TV). Jim Driscoll, Executive Producer.

SINGLE MORNING NEWS PROGRAM

Boat Rescue. July 13, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Angela Moore, Producer; Nancy Han, Executive Producer; Felicia Taylor, Anchor; Walter Perez, Anchor.

Primera Edicion: July 4, 2002. July 4, 2002. (WNJU-TV). Ninoska Arriaga, Executive Producer; Erika Marich, Producer.

Primera Edicion: May 22, 2002. May 22, 2002. (WNJU-TV). Ninoska Arriaga, Executive Producer; Erika Marich, Producer.

Today In New York On Broadway. May 6, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Jaimee Silverstein, Producer; Nancy Han, Michelle Harper, Executive Producers; Jane Hanson, Maurice Dubois, Anchors; Karen Harris, Danielle Parker, Steve Lucas, Stephanie Cassell, Producers.

Today In NY Goes to Coney Island. May 16, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Shelly Harper, Nancy Han, Executive Producers; Jaimee Silverstein, Stephanie Cassell, Danielle Parker, Karen Harris Producers; Jane Hanson, Maurice Dubois, Chris Cimino, Otis Livingston, Anchors; Steve Lucas, Director; Joe Avellar, Reporter.

COVERAGE OF AN INSTANT BREAKING NEWS STORY

Chelsea Explosion. April 25, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Nancy Han, Producer; Jim Rosenfield, Anchor; Tim Minton, Ti-Hua Chang, Felicia Taylor, Reporters; Susan McNeeley, Director.

Con Ed Power Plant Explosion. July 20, 2002. (WCBS-TV). Jeff Gesoff, Segment Producer; Nicole Tindiglia, Carlos Hernandez, Assignment Editors; Rose Walia, Whitney Casey, Reporters; Terry Cooney, Segment Producer.

Crash of Flight 587. November 12, 2001. (WWOR-TV). Jim Driscoll, Executive Producer.

Gusoff: Crash of Flight 587. November 12, 2001. (WNBC-TV). Carolyn Gusoff, Reporter.

The Crash of American 587. November 12, 2001. (WPIX-TV). Pamela Chan, Glenn Thomson, Cathy Hobbs, Vanessa Tyler, Reporters.

COVERAGE OF AN ANTICIPATED NEWS STORY

Colombian Presidential Inauguration. August 7, 2002. (WNJU-TV). Luis Medina, Reporter.

Death of a Don. June 10, 2002. (WPIX-TV). Mary Murphy, Reporter.

NJ EMS Baby. February 7, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Ti-Hua Chang, Reporter.

Ride For Life – 2002. May 6, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Michael DelGiudice, Producer.

Uribe: Toma De Paz. August 7, 2002. (WXTV). Berenice Saavedra, Reporter.

COVERAGE OF A CONTINUING STORY

Crash in Queens. November 12, 13, 15 2001. (WWOR-TV). Jim Driscoll, Executive Producer.

New York’s Air Force. May 21, 2002. (WPIX-TV). Marvin Scott, Reporter.

Sex Offender Registry. February 4, 5, 6, 2002; July 12, 26, 2002. (WTEN-TV). Priscilla Ress, Investigative Reporter; Ric Easton, Segment Producer.

What Happened In Harrison?. August 13, 22, 2002. (WABC-TV). Sarah Wallace, Reporter; Bryan White, Robert Cantwell, Producers.

World Economic Forum. January 28 – February 1, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Ralph Penza, Reporter.

SINGLE HARD NEWS STORY

DWI Cop. February 5, 2002. (WNYW FOX 5). Mary Garofalo, Reporter; Ray Parisi, Producer.

Murder On Video. October 4, 2002. (WNJU-TV). Liz Gonzalez, Reporter.

Northern Border Security. June 17, 2002. (WCBS-TV). Robert Powell, Senior Producer; Jessica Somers, Editor; Todd McDermott, Reporter.

Olympic Bobsledder. February 21, 2002. (WNYW FOX 5). Len Cannon, Anchor; Erica Posse, Producer.

Photographer on the Run. May 20, 2002. (WNYW FOX 5). Andrea Day, Reporter.

Police Dog Shooting. January 28, 2002. (News 12 New Jersey). Walt Kane, Reporter/Producer; Bill Schlosser, Producer.

MULTI-PART HARD NEWS STORY

Doctoring The Law. December 19-20, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Mark Lagerkvist, Reporter.

LIRR Heart Attack. August 21, 2002/August 23, 2002. (WABC-TV). Jim Hoffer, Reporter; Rob Cantwell, Producer.

Secrets of the Philippines. April 26, 27, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Chuck Scarborough, Anchor.

Son of Sam. May 15, 2002. (WWOR-TV). Matthew Schwartz, Reporter.

WABC-TV Homeless Project. February 1, 2002. (WABC-TV). N.J. Burkett, Producer/Reporter; Gary Falkkowitz, James Mitchell, Producers/Editors.

SINGLE NEWS FEATURE

Good Humor Girl. May 31, 2002. (WCBS-TV). Morry Alter, Reporter; Jessica Somers, Segment Producer.

Lady Klee. March 21, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Michael DelGiudice, Producer.

MULTI-PART NEWS FEATURE

Death March. April 2, 9, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Chuck Scarborough, Anchor.

Get Out Alive. November 26, 27, 2001. (WPIX-TV). Cathy Hobbs, Reporter.

Too Young To Lose. July 30, 31, 2002. (News 12 New Jersey). Janine Strafaci, Reporter; Kathleen Murphy, Segment Producer; Henry Ramos, Segment Producer.

Weird New York. May 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 2002. (WPIX-TV). Toni Senecal, Reporter.

INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM

Fake Rabbi. April 29, 2002. (WNYW FOX 5). Mary Garofalo, Reporter; Erica Posse, Angela Cascarano, Danica Nedela, Producers; Ray Parisi, Executive Producer.

Key Food Racism. June 5, 2002/June 6, 2002. (WABC-TV). Jim Hoffer, Investigative Correspondent; Rob Cantwell, Bryan White, Daniele Royes, Producers.

Spies Among Us. June 27, 2002. (WCBS-TV). Kirstin Cole, Reporter.

Traffic Slackers. July 16, 2002. (WNYW FOX 5). John Deutzman, Reporter; Ray Parisi, Executive Producer; Erica Posse, Marilyn Salaway, Producers.

Treatment Or Trouble. February 13, 27, 2002. (WABC-TV). Sarah Wallace, Reporter; Daniela Royes, Bryan White, Robert Cantwell, Producers.

NEWS SPECIAL

Missing. May 25, 2002. (WPIX-TV). Howard Thompson, Reporter.

On The Homefront. October 30, 2001. (WIVB-TV). Rich Newburg, Tom Vetter, Co-Producers; Chris Musial, Executive Producer.

EVENT COVERAGE

ABC – 7 Presents Newsday’s 39th Marching Band. November 11, 2001. (WABC-TV). Nancy Geraghty Kennedy, Executive Producer; Jeelu Billimoria, Senior Producer.

Installation of Archbishop Myers. October 9, 2001. (News 12 New Jersey). William Schlosser, Michele Carnesi, Kathleen Murphy, Producers; Tom Layson, Cynthia Scott, Reporters.

Legends & Luminaries. August 2002. (WNBC-TV). Mike Fitzsimmons, Executive Producer; Shelly Harper, Larry Seary, Producers; Maurice Dubois, Shaun Robinson, Hosts.

ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special

Broadway On Broadway. September 10, 2001. (WNBC-TV). Jed Bernstein, Executive Producer; Glenn Weiss, Co-Executive Producer; Ricky Kirshner, Co-Executive Producer.

Christmas In Rockefeller Center. November 28, 2001. (WNBC-TV). Adele Rifkin, Steve Mayer, Executive Producers; Mike Mathis, Steve Grymes, Producers.

The Souls of New York 24. December 13, 2001. (Thirteen/WNET). Brent Sterling Nemetz, Director/Producer; Jim Morgison, Producer.

The Souls of New York 27. April 21, 2002. (Thirteen/WNET). Brent Sterling Nemetz, Director/Producer; Jim Morgison, Producer.

ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMMING: Series

Finders Keepers. September 23, November 4, December 16, 2001. (Metro TV). George Lansbury, Executive Producer.

Subway Q & A. September 25 & October 15, 2001. (Metro TV). Evelyn Mallo, Supervising Producer.

CHILDRENS/YOUTH & TEEN PROGRAMMING

Access Democracy. November 5, 2001. (Time Warner Cable). Matthew O’Neill, Director of Programs.

Play It Up. May 4, 2002 – July 13, 2002. (MSG Network). Geoff Belinfante, Executive Producer.

Study With The Best. December 30, 2001, January 6, 2002, February 3, 2002. (CUNY-TV). Linda Prout, Senior Producer; Nehama Miller-Kohn, Alyson Brown, Nestor Montilla, Kalin Ivanov, Brandon Uhlig, Producers.

RELIGIOUS PROGRAMMING

A Change of Heart. November 17, 2001. (WRGB-TV). Amy Polacko, Reporter/Producer; Sony Stark, Photographer.

Faith First: Second Career Clergy. January 27, 2002. (WABC-TV). Debra Gonsher Vinik, Producer; David Vinik, Director; Marianna Mott Newirth, Executive Producer.

McDonald’s Gospelfest. July 13, 2002. (WABC-TV). Nancy Geraghty Kennedy, Executive Producer; Jeelu Billimoria, Senior Producer.

The East End: Houses of Worship. August 3-4, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Doug Geed, Producer.

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special

Hip Hop Math. November 5, 2001. (WWOR-TV). Cathleen Trigg, Kim Lowe, Christine Fields, Producers.

Reading: Your ABC’s To Success. October 3, 2001. (WABC-TV). Nancy Geraghty Kennedy, Executive Producer.

What’s Up In The Environment? April 21, 2002. (Thirteen/WNET). Maura Kelly, Senior Producer; Naomi Edelson, Segment Producer.

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING: Series, Segments

Classroom Close-Up, NJ: Walt Wasdyke. September 17, October 15, December 10, 2001. (NJN). Walt Wasdyke, Producer; Wanda Swanson, Executive Producer.

In The Greenhouse – “Falling Leaves”. November 10, 2001. (News 12 Westchester). Marc Blumenthal, Producer/Photographer.

In The Greenhouse – “Humming Birds”. August 30, 2002. (News 12 Westchester). Marc Blumenthal, Producer/Photographer.

Inside The Fire Academy. August 27 – 29, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Lea Tyrrell, Producer.

Kids In The End Zone. January 5, 2002. (Empire Sports Network). Kevin McCabe, Producer.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMMING

A Walk On The Wild Side. May 27, June 24, August 20, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Patricia Barrett, Producer.

P.S. 65. May 14, 16, August 20, 2002. (WCBS-TV). Marcia Kramer, Reporter; Angelina Sicala, Segment Producer.

Toxic Homes. April 25, 28, 2002. (WCBS-TV). Marcia Kramer, Reporter; Angelina Sicala, Segment Producer.

BUSINESS/CONSUMER PROGRAMMING

Card Tricks: Getting The Most From Your Credit. October 10, 2001, December 3, 2001. (News 12 New Jersey). Walt Kane, Reporter/Producer; Bill Schlosser, Producer.

Job Scam. March 13, 2002. (News 12 New Jersey). Walt Kane, Reporter/Producer; Bill Schlosser, Producer; Michele Carnesi, Producer.

MCI Worldcom Debacle. July 22, 2002. (WNYW FOX 5). Mary Garofalo, Reporter; Erica Posse, Producer; Ray Parisi, Executive Producer.

Predatory Financing. May 24, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Tim Minton, Investigative Producer; Ronni M. Rothbart, Allison Gilbert, John Gonzalez, Producers.

POLITICAL PROGRAMMING

Campaign Confidential: The Men Who Would Be Mayor. September 10, 2001. (Thirteen/WNET). Andy Halper, Senior Producer; Jon Alpert, Producer. 8

Election Scofflaws. October 24-25, 2001. (News 12 Long Island). Mark Lagerkvist, Reporter.

Redistricting. April 26, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Jay DeDapper, Reporter.

Upclose: The Giuliani Interview. December 23, 2001. (WABC-TV). Bill Beutel, Correspondent; Jeffrey Jolton, Bryan White, Producers.

HEALTH/SCIENCE PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special

A Woman’s Heart. October 16, 2001. (WLIW-21). Barbara Paskoff, Brian Skene, Susanne Byrnes, Jennifer Mieres, MD, Producers.

Breast Cancer: Living With Hope. October 6, 2001. (WABC-TV). Jeelu Billimoria, Senior Producer.

Hartz Deadly Drops. November 7, 2001. (WPIX-TV). Pollly Kreisman, Investigative Reporter.

Swimming Pool Danger. August 1, 2002. (WWOR-TV). Barbara Taylor, Reporter.

HEALTH/SCIENCE PROGRAMMING: Series, Segments

Hearing Loss (Parts 1 & 2). May 16, 2002. (WXTV). Antonio Martinez, Reporter; Lourenco Blanco, Producer.

Silicone Danger. November 26, 27, 2001. (WABC-TV). Sarah Wallace, Reporter; Bryan White, Producer.

Paul Moniz Composite. October 18, 2001; April 18, 2002; January 30, 2002. (WCBS-TV). Paul J. Moniz, Reporter.

SOCIETAL CONCERNS PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special

Classroom Close-Up, NJ #18. April 29, 2002. (NJN). Wanda Swanson, Executive Producer, NJEA; Richard Renner, Series Producer; John Barra, Kate Megargee, Walt Wasdyke, Segment Producers.

In The Life – 10th Anniversary Edition. June 2002. (Thirteen/WNET). Bryan Scott, Marcia MulĂ©, Series Producer.

Southeast Asian Americans. August 25, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Bernadette Verzosa, Producer/Writer; Ti-Hua Chang, Reporter/Writer; Shelly Harper, Executive Producer; Lisa Guido, Editor.

SOCIETAL CONCERNS PROGRAMMING: Series, Segments

A Soldier’s Story. February 26, 2002. (WPIX-TV). Cathy Hobbs, Reporter.

Subway Q & A. October 1, 2001. (Metro TV). Evelyn Mallo, Supervising Producer.

Two Of A Kind. April 22 – 23, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Shari Einhorn, Producer.

The So-Called Golden Years. May 6 – 13, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Melissa Russo, Reporter; Stephanie Christopulos, Producer.

CRIME PROGRAMMING

Millionaire Mystery. April 8, 10, 12, 2002. (News 12 Westchester). Brian Conybeare, Reporter.

Navy Killer. November 15, 2002. (WNYW FOX 5). Mary Garofalo, Reporter; Ray Parisi, Producer.

Topless Scam. February 3, 2002. (WNYW FOX 5). Andrea Day, Reporter.

HISTORICAL/CULTURAL PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special

A Yiddish World Remembered. August 10, 11, 2002. (WLIW 21; Thirteen/WNET). Andrew Goldberg, Executive Producer.

The Other Islands of New York City. August 13, 2002. (Thirteen/WNET). Philip Marshall, Producer; John DeNatale, Executive Producer.

The Seven Secrets of Grand Central. August 2002. (Crosswalks NYC TV). Harry Hunkele, Producer.

Twin Towers: A History. November 4, 2001. (Metro TV). K. Wise Whitehead, Producer.

HISTORICAL/CULTURAL PROGRAMMING: Segments

Billie Holiday. August 28, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Brandon L. Rudat, John Gonzalez, Producers.

Crown Heights: 10 Years After. September 23, 2001. (WABC-TV). Michael N. Pressman, Producer; Bill Ritter, Talent.

Langston Hughes. August 28, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Danielle Parker, Producer/Writer; John Gonzalez, Producer/Editor.

ARTS PROGRAMMING

Canape. May 24, 2002. (CUNY-TV). Jerry Carlson, Bruno Giuliani, Producers.

Faces Of Ground Zero. February 2 — 3, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Virginia Huie, Producer.

Gotham TV (Trashy Music, Retech Art, Body Painters). January 7, October 15, January 17, 2002. (Metro TV). Ted Saad, Judith Tolkow, Jon Moss, Executive Producers; Lynn Sadofsky, Supervising Producer.

PROMOTIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: News Promo (Generic, Special Series)

Fox News At 10 Made A Man Out Of Me. January 2002 – August 2002. (WSYT FOX 68). Jim Kirwan, Promotion Manager.

Single in the City. April 28, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Danya Levine, Producer; Bruce Erik Brauer, Art Director; Otto Petersen, Co-Designer; Kathleen Dannecker, Editor.

The Modern Immigrant. May 15, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Gabrielle Becker, Producer; Kathleen Dannecker, Editor; Otto Petersen, Co-Designer.

PROMOTIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: Promo for Program (Series/Special)

Friends “Dolphin”. April 2002. (WPIX-TV). Angelique Mais, Promotion Manager.

Sensational Sitcoms! August 2002. (WSYT FOX 68). Jim Kirwan, Promotion Manager.

Thirteen/WNET New York: “Reel New York”. June 2002. (Thirteen/WNET). Margi Kerns, Senior Producer; Jay Slot, Producer; Chris Kogler, Creative Director.

Yankeeography. March 19, 2002 – July 24, 2002. (YES Network). Chris Claro, Producer; John Brueckner, Senior Producer; John Filippelli, Executive Producer; Marc Rosenweig, Supervising Producer; Janice Platt, Coordinating Producer; Frank Murphy, Editor.

PROMOTIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: Station Promo or On-Air I.D.

Crossing. May 2002. (Crosswalks NYC TV). Robert Kalm, Producer.

No Place I’d Rather Be. March 6, 2002. (WCBS-TV). Rick Beyer, Producer.

Thirteen/WNET New York: “History Presentation”. August 2002. (Thirteen/WNET). Margi Kerns, Senior Producer; David Chomowicz, Senior Designer/Art Director; Jay Slot, Associate Art Director; Chris Kogler, Creative Director.

Times Square Moment. September 2001. (Crosswalks NYC TV). Robert Kalm, Producer.

PROMOTIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: Sports

“This Is Our Town” Image Campaign. April 1, 2002. (MSG Network). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer.

Numbers Game. August 13, 2002. (YES Network). Daniel Guernsey, Producer; John Brueckner, Senior Producer; John Filippelli, Executive Producer; Marc Rosenweig, Supervising Producer; Janice Platt, Coordinating Producer; Allen Greene, Editor.

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS: Spot & Campaign

Firefighter. April 7, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Brian P. Bill, Senior Producer/Director

Harlem Week. July 20, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Vicki McDonald, Producer; Bruce Erik Brauer, Art Director; Kathleen Dannecker, Editor.

Hypercity. August 2002. (Crosswalks NYC TV). Robert Kalm, Producer.

Black History Month. February 1, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Vicki McDonald, Producer; Bruce Erik Brauer, Art Director; Sol Fischler, Editor; Ethan Mass, Director of Photography.

LIVE SPORTS COVERAGE: Single Program

Fun City Bowl: NYPD vs. FDNY Football. May 19, 2002. (MSG Network). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer.

New Jersey Nets Greatest Game Ever. May 2, 2002. (MSG Network). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer.

NY Yankees Baseball Arizona @ NY 6/10/02. June 10, 2002. (YES Network). John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer; Kevin Smollon, Producer; John Moore, Director; Janice Platt, Coordinating Producer; Marc Rosenweig, Supervising Producer.

Outback Steakhouse Empire Challenge. July 6, 2002. (MSG Network). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer.

LIVE SPORTS COVERAGE: Series

New York Knicks. October 30, 2001 — April 17, 2001. (MSG Network). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer.

New York Liberty. May 30, 2002 – August 13, 2002. (MSG Network). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer.

New York Mets Baseball – WB11. April 1, 2002 – September 29, 2002. (WPIX-TV). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer.

NY Yankee Baseball. March 19, 2002 – August 30, 2002. (YES Network/WCBS-TV). John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer; Kevin Smollon, Producer; John Moore, Director; Janice Platt, Coordinating Producer; Marc Rosenweig, Supervising Producer.

SPORTS PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special

Giants Hero. September 23, 2001. (WNBC-TV). Jim Bell, Writer / Producer; Pete Radovich, Bill McCullough, Producer; Mike Francesca, On-Air Talent.

Metro Sports Legends: Power Memorial: The Legend of Kareem. November 9, 2001. (Metro TV). Michael D. Lardner, Roman Gackowski, Executive Producers.

Metro Sports Legends: Thurman Munson. October 6, 2001. (Metro TV). Michael D. Lardner, Roman Gackowski, Executive Producers.

Yankeeography. April 28, 2002. (YES Network). David Gavant, Executive Producer; David Check, Senior Coordinating Producer; Jeff Spaulding, Senior Producer; Mitchell Scherr, Producer; John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer; Marc Rosenweig, Supervising Producer; Janice Platt, Coordinating Producer.

SPORTS PROGRAMMING: Series

Mets Inside Pitch. April – September 2002. (FOX Sports Net NY). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer.

Mets On Deck – FSNY. June 10, September 29, May 9, 2002. (FOX Sports Net NY). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer.

Mets on Deck – MSG. May 7, July 30, September 25, 2002. (MSG Network). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer;

Yankeeography. March 22, 2002. (YES Network). John Filippelli, Executive Producer; David Gavant, Executive Producer; David Check, Senior Coordinating Producer; Jeff Spaulding, Senior Producer; Marc Rosenweig, Supervising Producer; Janice Platt, Coordinating Producer; Jeff Scott, Producer.

SPORTS PROGRAMMING: Segment or Series of Segments

Baseball in Japan: Past, Present, & Future. July 22, 2002. (MSG Network). Jim Gallagher, Producer.

NBA Pronounciation Guide. March 29, 2002. (MSG Network). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer.

Reaching For The Ring. April 16, 2002. (MSG Network). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer;

Rivals. November 25, 2001. (News 12 New Jersey). Bryan DeNovellis, Producer; Kathleen Murphy, Charles Werneke, Producers.

Teases – NY Yankees Baseball. March 19, 2002 – August 30, 2002. (YES Network/WCBS-TV). Christian Roberts, Producer; John Filippelli, Executive Producer; Kevin Smollon, Producer; Janice Platt, Coordinating Producer; Marc Rosenweig, Supervising Producer.

TJ Kidd’s Homecourt Advantage. April 22, 2002. (FOX Sports Net NY). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer.

Yankeeography. April 21, 2002, May 19, 2002, September 22, 2002, April 14, 2002. (YES Network). David Check, Senior Coordinating Producer; David Gavant, John Filippelli, Executive Producers; Jeff Spaulding, Senior Producer; Brian Barrow, Jim O’Hara, Mike Novak, Jed Tuminaro, Producers; Marc Rosenweig, Supervising Producer; Janice Platt, Coordinating Producer.

SPORTS NEWS COVERAGE

Fish Blitz. October 21, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Peter Facini, Scott Gillies, Producers; Greg Cergol, Reporter.

The Rookie. May 5, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Chris Scaglione, Sports Producer; Bruce Beck, Sports Anchor; Anthony Innarelli, Editor/Producer.

Trumpet Boxer. March 13, 2002. (WWOR-TV). Russ Salzberg, Anchor; Richard F. Bagala, Noreen Coles, Scott Salem, Producers.

ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (News): Anchor, Host

Denisse Oller. September 11, 2001. (WXTV). Denisse Oller, Anchor.

Jane Hanson On Camera. September 11, 12, November 25, 2001. (WNBC-TV). Jane Hanson, Anchor.

Subway Q & A. September 25, October 15, 2001. (Metro TV). Richard Collier, Host.

ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (News): General Assignment & Live Field Reporting

Cathy Hobbs Composite. February 26, 2002, November 26, 27, 2001. (WPIX-TV). Cathy Hobbs, Reporter.

N.J. Burkett 2001-02. September 11, 2001; February 1, 2002. (WABC-TV). N.J. Burkett, Reporter/Producer.

Salvese Quien Pueda. February 27, 2002. (WXTV). Sofia Lachapel, Reporter.

Rich Kellman Composite. November 28, 2001, May 7, 2002, April 15, 2002. (WGRZ-TV). Rich Kellman, Reporter.

ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (News): Investigative Reporting

Composite: Tim Minton. July 1, February 22, July 25, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Tim Minton, Investigative Reporter. 14

The Investigators. Jun 5, 2002, May 13, 2002, Aug 23, 2002. (WABC-TV). Jim Hoffer, Investigative Correspondent.

Walt Kane: Investigative Reporting. May 29, 2002, March 13, 2002, February 4, 2002. (News 12 New Jersey). Walt Kane, Investigative Reporter.

ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (News): Health Science Reporting

Gomez: Composite. November 29, 18, 2001; May 17, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Dr. Max Gomez, Talent.

Janine Strafaci Composite. July 31, 2002, January 31, 2002, May 9, 2002. (News 12 New Jersey). Janine Strafaci, Talent.

ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (News): Commentary/Criticism & Entertainment Reporting

Bottom Line. August 27, 29, 30, 2002. (WNYW FOX 5). Christopher Jones, Senior Correspondent.

Composite-Toni Senecal. March 26 2001/ January 22 2002/ June 7 2002. (WPIX-TV). Toni Senecal, Reporter.

ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (Programming): Moderator/Interviewer

Behind the Label: Bill Blass. February 3, 2002. (Metro TV). Judy Licht, Moderator/Interviewer.

Gotham TV: The Gotham Desk. September 7, 2001. (Metro TV). Marc Maron, Talent.

Steve Adubato – Moderator/Interviewer. October 13, 2001, November 10, 2001, June 15, 2002. (Thirteen/WNET New York, NJN-Public Television). Steve Adubato, Moderator/Interviewer.

ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (Sports)

George Falkowski (Reporting) Composite. September 5, 2001, July 5, 2002, June 7, 2002. (News 12 New Jersey). George Falkowski, Sports Reporter.

Marv Albert. October 30, 2001 – April 15, 2002. (MSG Network). Marv Albert, Announcer.

Michele LaFountain (Reporting) Composite. October 10, 2001; May 8, August 21, 2002. (WNJU-TV). Michele LaFountain, Sports Anchor.

Sam Rosen – NY Rangers. October 2001 – April 2002. (MSG Network). Sam Rosen, Play By Play.

WRITER: News

Oklahoma City. April 18, 2002. (News 12 Westchester). Margaret Everson, Writer.

Inside The Fire Academy. August 26, 28, 29, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Lea Tyrrell, Writer.

WRITER: Non News

Beyond The Road To Freedom (Newberg). January 30, 2002. (WIVB-TV). Rich Newberg, Writer.

Long Island’s Lighthouses. November 17, 2001. (News 12 Long Island). Cynthia Younker, Writer.

The Other Islands of New York City. August 31, 2002. (Thirteen/WNET). Philip J. Marshall, Writer.

DIRECTOR

Bill Webb. June 26, 28, 2002. (MSG Network & WPIX-TV). Bill Webb, Director.

Broadway On Broadway. September 10, 2001. (WNBC-TV). Glenn Weiss, Director.

Christmas In Rockefeller Center. November 28, 2001. (WNBC-TV). Steve Grymes, Director.

Thirteen/WNET New York: “History Presentation”. August 2002. (Thirteen/WNET). Margi Kerns, Director; David Chomowicz, Senior Designer/Art Director; Jay Slot, Associate Art Director.

CAMERA: News

Inside The Academy. August 30, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Michael DelGiudice, Camera.

Relay For Life. June 25, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Michael DelGiudice, Camera.

Ride For Life – 2002. May 6, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Michael DelGiudice, Camera.

CAMERA: Documentary & Entertainment

Long Island’s Lighthouses. November 17, 2001. (News 12 Long Island). Michael DelGiudice, Camera.

Legend of the Normandie Inn. October 31, 2001. (News 12 Long Island). Michael DelGiudice, Camera.

CAMERA: Short Form & Sports

American Folk Art Museum: “American Radiance” Gallery Talk. May 7, 2002. (MetroArts/Thirteen). Mark Chamberlin, Camera Person.

The Asia Society and Museum: Gallery Talk with Vishakha Desai. January 15, 2002. (MetroArts/Thirteen). Doug Meltzer, Camera Person.

Thirteen/WNET New York: “History Presentation.” August 2002. (Thirteen/WNET). George Motz, Director of Photography; Margi Kerns, Director; David Kerns, Art Director; Jay Slot, Associate Art Director.

Montauk Blitz. October 21, 2001. (WNBC-TV). Scott Gillies, Photographer.

The Sound And The Fury. November 8, 2001. (WRGB-TV). Bruce Forget, Chief Photographer.

EDITOR: News Spot or Single News Feature

Faces of Ground Zero. Janury 18, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Maria Connizzo, Editor.

Inside The Academy. August 30, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Michael DelGiudice, Editor;

Michael DelGiudice Composite. June 25, March 21, 2002; October 31, 2001. (News 12 Long Island). Michael DelGiudice, Editor.

Ride For Life – 2002. May 6, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Michael DelGiudice, Editor.

EDITOR: News Series or Multi-Part News Feature

A Walk On The Wild Side. May 27, June 24, Aug 20, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). David Garden, Editor.

Get Out Alive. November 26-27 2001. (WPIX-TV). Jennifer Larned, Editor.

September 11th and After. December 31, 2001. (WWOR-TV). Noreen A. Coles, Editor.

EDITOR: Documentary & Entertainment

Beyond The Road To Freedom (Vetter). Janury 30, 2002. (WIVB-TV). Tom Vetter, Editor.

On The Homefront. October 30, 2001. (WIVB-TV). Tom Vetter, Editor; Rich Ersing, Editor.

Party Flash with Patrick McMullan. December 24, 2001. (Metro TV). Scott A. Goldberg, Editor.

Subway Q & A. September 25 & October 15, 2001. (Metro TV). Stephen DiGirolamo, Editor.

EDITOR: Short Form

As Local As Local News Gets. March 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Cynthia Younker, Editor. 17

Editor Compilation. September 2001 – August 2002. (WNBC-TV). Sandra Kirkman, Editor.

Editor Short Form (Pimentel). August 2001 – September 2002. (WNJU 47/Telemundo). William Pimentel, Editor/Graphic Artist.

Legends & Luminaries: “Billy Holiday”. August 28, 2002. (WNBC-TV). John Gonzalez, Editor.

EDITOR: Sports

Dan Williams Composite. April, 2002; November 18, September, 2001. (MSG Network). Dan Williams, Editor.

Kevin McCabe – Editor. September 9, 2001, October 7, 2001. (WUTV). Kevin McCabe, Editor.

Roy Schneider Composite. October 2001 – May 2002. (MSG Network). Roy Schneider, Editor.

Yankeeography. April 7, 2002; May 19, 2002; September 8, 2002. (YES Network). Jed Tuminaro, Pete Panagoulias, Editors.

RESEARCH

A Woman’s Heart. October 16, 2001. (WLIW-21). Barbara Paskoff, Brian Skene, Researchers.

Beyond The Road To Freedom. Janury 30, 2002. (WIVB-TV). Don Dawkins, Rich Newburg, Tom Vetter, Chris Musial, Mylous Hairston, Researchers.

On The Homefront. October 30, 2001. (WIVB-TV). Chris Musial, Rich Newburg,Tom Vetter, Researchers.

GRAPHICS

Hurricane: Eyewitness To A Storm: A Report From Cuba With Sam Champion. August 17, 2002. (WABC-TV). Yoomi Chong, Graphic Designer; Karl Hassenfratz, Art Director.

Roland Le Breton Composite. September 2001; August 2002. (Crosswalks NYC TV). Roland Le Breton, Graphic Artist.

Thirteen/WNET New York “Kid’s ID Campaign. January 2002. (Thirteen/WNET). Robert Issen, Producer; Bobby Chang, Art Director; Chris Kogler, Creative Director.

2002 MSG Redesign. April 1, 2002. (MSG Network). Dan Williams, Designer.

ART DIRECTION/SCENE AND SET DESIGN

Thirteen/WNET New York: “History Presentation”. August 2002. (Thirteen/WNET). David Chomowicz, Designer; Jay Slot, Associate Art Director.

YES Network Studio Set Design. March 18, 2002 – August 30, 2002. (YES Network). Larry Kamm, Coordinating Director; David Weller, Scenic Designer/Art Director; John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer.

OFF-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT

Live Remotes- Set-up. September 1- August 31. (WPIX-TV). Dave Kimmel, Field Operation Chief.

YES Network: Operations and Technical Achievements in Network Launch. March 19, 2002. (YES Network). Ed Delaney, Director of Operations; Mike Webb, Manager, Broadcast Operations; Arthur Boodaghian, Senior Operations Executive; Steve Israel, Senior Manager, Studio Operations; Jack Kestenbaum, Senior Manager, Engineering; John McKenna, Chief Engineer; Robin Damian, Operations Manager; Ed Ryan, Technical Manager; Joe Caricone, Technical Manager.

COVERAGE OF AN INSTANT BREAKING NEWS STORY: 9/11

9/11 From Air 11. September 11, 2001. (WPIX-TV). Melinda Murphy, Reporter; Chet Wilson, Photographer; Daniela Corollo, Producer.

9/11/01 WTC Attack. September 11, 2001. (WYNW FOX 5). Mike Sheehan, Reporter.

Capturing 9/11. September 11, 2001. (WNYW FOX 5). Jack Taliercio, Photographer; Dave Corporon, Photographer; Keith Lane, Photographer.

COVERAGE OF A CONTINUING STORY: 9/11

A Survivor’s Story. September 20 2001/ November 29-30 2001. (WPIX-TV). Howard Thompson, Reporter.

Attack on America: Six Months. March 11 2002. (WWOR-TV). Jim Driscoll, Executive Producer.

Ground Zero Timeline. May 30, 2002. (WCBS-TV). Cindy Hsu, Reporter; Angelina Sicala, Holly Fontana, Segment Producers.

WNBC 9/11 Continuing Coverage. September 11, 2001. (WNBC-TV). Chuck Scarborough, Anchor.

SINGLE HARD NEWS STORY: 9/11

Beneath Ground Zero. November 23, 2001. (WNBC-TV). Jim Rosenfield, Anchor/Reporter; Shelly Harper, Producer.

WTC Video – From A Hotel Window. May 16, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Tim Minton, Investigative Reporter; Ronni M. Rothbart, Investigative Producer; John Gonzalez, Producer. 19

MULTI-PART HARD NEWS STORY: 9/11

9/11 Tapes. March 21-22, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Brian Thompson, Reporter.

Asbestos & Ground Zero. February 18, 19, 2002. (WCBS-TV). Paul Moniz, Reporter.

Looting At Ground Zero. April 18, 29, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Tim Minton, Investigative Reporter; Ronni M. Rothbart, Allison Gilbert, Investigative Producers.

The Men of Ladder 131. November 8,9 2201/ March11 2002. (WPIX-TV). Mary Murphy, Reporter.

SINGLE NEWS FEATURE: 9/11

Ground Zero: The Timeline. May 30, 2002. (WABC-TV). Bill Beutel, Correspondent; Jeffrey Jolton, Gary Falkowitz, Producers.

Heart of a Lion: Timmy’s Story. September 30, 2001. (WPIX-TV). Mary Murphy, Reporter.

Long Island Remembers: Helping Kids Cope. August 29, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Shari Einhorn, Reporter.

Victims of 9/11. April 1, 2002. (Thirteen/WNET). Desireena Almoradie, Producer.

Will: A Survivor’s Story. January 10, 2002. (News 12 New Jersey). Karla Roth-Comerford, Reporter; John Capriotti, Michele Carnesi, Segment Producers.

WTC Painting. August 8, 2002. (WCBS-TV). Morry Alter, Reporter; Jessica Somers, Producer.

MULTI-PART NEWS FEATURE: 9/11

September 11th & After. December 31 2001. (WWOR-TV). Paul Rosenberg, Producer.

Women Heroes of 9/11. March 5, 12, 19, 26, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Debi Gade, Special Projects Producer.

Unsung Heroes. September 19, 20, 2001. (WPIX-TV). Marvin Scott, Reporter.

INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM: 9/11

9/11 Watch. Sep 20, 2001, May 13, 2002, Jul 1, 2002. (WABC-TV). Jim Hoffer, Investigative Correspondent; Bryan White, Producer.

Investing In Terror. July 1, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Tim Minton, Investigative Reporter; Ronni M. Rothbart, Investigative Producer; Alex Benes, John Gonzalez, Producers. 20

NEWS SPECIAL: 9/11

A Tribute To Glen. October 9, 2001. (News 12 Long Island). David Garden, Segment Producer.

Tragedy in Chinatown. January 27, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Ti-Hua Chang, Reporter; Shelly Harper, Executive Producer; Lisa Guido, Editor.

EVENT COVERAGE: 9/11

Ground Zero: A Ceremony Without Words. June 2002. (Crosswalks NYC TV). Robert Kalm, Producer.

In Our City: New Yorkers Remember September 11th. December 10, 2001. (MetroArts/Thirteen). Joan Hershey, Executive Producer; Vickie Karp, Producer.

Live Coverage: Closing of the Site. May 30, 2002. (NY1 News). Tara Heinchon, Executive Producer; Sharon Raifer, Anthony Proia, Josh Gold, Producers

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