News 12 Long Island, WABC, WPIX tie for second
WNBC was the big winner Sunday night at the 46th annual New York Emmy Awards.
The Peacock flagship entered the night with the most nominations (42) and took home a leading 12 awards, including single morning news program, event coverage and business/consumer programming.
Three stations shared second-place honors: News 12 Long Island, WABC and WPIX each took home seven Emmys. WPIX news reporter Mary Murphy was the most honored on the night, earning three awards.
Other winners included Telemundo affiliate WNJU for a single newscast (under 35 minutes) about the death of a bride and WWOR in the instant breaking news category for its coverage of the crash of flight 587. Pubcaster WNET earned honors in the political programming category for its profiles of New York’s mayoral candidates.
Sept. 11 coverage was recognized separately so as not to overwhelm the categories. Sen. Charles Schumer presented special awards in nine categories. Three of those wins went to WNBC: continuing story, single hard news story and news special. Fox station WNYW was recognized for its coverage of a breaking story on that day.
Awards were hosted by Gotham chapter prexy Maury Povich and handed out at the Regent Ballroom.
SINGLE NEWSCAST (Under 35 Minutes)
Bride Killed. October 4, 2001. (WNJU-TV). Martha Jaimes, Executive Producer; Ricardo Alvarez, News Director; Jorge Ramos, Anchor; Yesenia Torres, Assignment Editor; Robert Fraguada, Director.
SINGLE NEWSCAST (Over 35 Minutes)
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; Jim Watkins, Kaity Tong, Anchors; Sal Marchiano, Sports; Mr. G, Weather; Bob Pronovost, Director; Wiliberto Ocasio, Doug Kahn, Assignment Editors.
SINGLE MORNING NEWS PROGRAM
Today In New York Goes to Coney Island. May 16, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Shelly Harper, Nancy Han, Executive Producers; Jaimee Silverstein, Stephanie Cassell, Danielle Parker, Karen Harris, Larry Seary, Producers; Jane Hanson, Maurice Dubois, Chris Cimino, Otis Livingston, Anchors; Steve Lucas, Director; Joe Avellar, Reporter.
COVERAGE OF AN INSTANT BREAKING NEWS STORY
Crash of Flight 587. November 12, 2001. (WWOR-TV). Jim Driscoll, Executive Producer; Chris Long, Noah Gurock, Producers; Nick Diarchangel, Kevin Schwab, Kim Lowe, Assignment Editors; Barbara Nevins Taylor, Cora-Ann Mihalik, Matthew Schwartz, Chris O’Donoghue, Brenda Flanagan, Dave Barker, Mike Gilliam, Reporters.
COVERAGE OF AN ANTICIPATED NEWS STORY
Death of a Don. June 10, 2002. (WPIX-TV). Mary Murphy, Reporter.
COVERAGE OF A CONTINUING STORY
Sex Offender Registry. February 4, 5, 6, 2002; July 12, 26, 2002. (WTEN-TV). Priscilla Ress, Investigative Reporter; Ric Easton, Segment Producer.
SINGLE HARD NEWS STORY
Police Dog Shooting. January 28, 2002. (News 12 New Jersey). Walt Kane, Reporter/Producer; Bill Schlosser, Producer.
MULTI-PART HARD NEWS STORY
LIRR Heart Attack. August 21, 23, 2002. (WABC-TV). Jim Hoffer, Reporter; Rob Cantwell, Producer.
Secrets of the Philippines. April 26, 27, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Chuck Scarborough, Anchor; Bernadette Verzosa, Producer.
SINGLE NEWS FEATURE
Good Humor Girl. May 31, 2002. (WCBS-TV). Morry Alter, Reporter; Jessica Somers, Segment Producer.
MULTI-PART NEWS FEATURE
Get Out Alive. November 26, 27, 2001. (WPIX-TV). Cathy Hobbs, Reporter; Marcia Parris, Jennifer Larned, Tom Cassidy, Producers.
Fake Rabbi. April 29, 2002. (WNYW FOX 5). Mary Garofalo, Reporter; Erica Posse, Angela Cascarano, Danica Nedela, Vincent Mariani, Producers; Ray Parisi, Executive Producer.
On The Homefront. October 30, 2001. (WIVB-TV). Rich Newberg, Tom Vetter, Co-Producers; Chris Musial, Executive Producer.
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
Christmas In Rockefeller Center. November 28, 2001. (WNBC-TV). Adele Rifkin, Steve Mayer, Executive Producers; Mike Mathis, Steve Grymes, Producers.
ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMMING: Series
Subway Q & A. September 25 & October 15, 2001. (Metro TV). Evelyn Mallo, Supervising Producer; Ron Fried, Executive Producer; Patrice Andrews, Greg Moyer, Executives in Charge of Production; Bob Lampel, Creative Consultant; Robert Huebel, Richard Collier, Matthew G. Kells, Nancy Schwartz, Mark King, Paul Scheer, Kevin Blond, Karl Bourke, Albin Sadar, Bill Kearney, Producers; Sandra Regalado, Mary Forest, Associate Producers; Dave Konig, Talent.
CHILDRENS/YOUTH & TEEN PROGRAMMING
Access Democracy: Smackdown Your Vote! November 5, 2001. (Time Warner Cable). Matthew O’Neill, Eric Levine, Producers; Gary Davis, Kate Cox, Consulting Producers; Uri Gal-Ed, Director.
The East End: Houses of Worship. August 3-4, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Doug Geed, Producer; Michael DelGiudice, Photographer/Editor; Gregory Inserillo, Editor.
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special
Hip Hop Math. November 5, 2001. (WWOR-TV). Cathleen Trigg, Kim Lowe, Christine Fields, J.L. Mitchell, Producers.
What’s Up In The Environment? April 21, 2002. (Thirteen/WNET). Maura Kelly, Senior Producer; Naomi Edelson, Segment Producer.
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING: Series, Segments
In The Greenhouse – “Falling Leaves”. November 10, 2001. (News 12 Westchester). Marc Blumenthal, Producer/Photographer; Bob Yedowitz, Host.
Kids In The End Zone. January 5, 2002. (Empire Sports Network/Bills Television Network). Kevin McCabe, Charles Cappellino, Producers; Marc Honan, Executive Producer; Steve Asposto, Production Coordinator; George Wolfe, Segment Host.
Toxic Schools / Toxic Homes. April 25, 28, 2002. (WCBS-TV). Marcia Kramer, Reporter; Angelina Cicala, Holly Fontana, Producers.
Predatory Financing. May 24, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Tim Minton, Investigative Producer; Ronni M. Rothbart, Allison Gilbert, John Gonzalez, Producers.
Campaign Confidential: The Men Who Would Be Mayor. September 10, 2001. (Thirteen/WNET). Andy Halper, Executive Producer; Jon Alpert, Producer/Director; Matthew O’Neill, Margaret Restivo, Co-Producers.
HEALTH/SCIENCE PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special
Breast Cancer: Living With Hope. October 6, 2001. (WABC-TV). Jeelu Billimoria, Senior Producer.
HEALTH/SCIENCE PROGRAMMING: Series, Segments
Silicone Danger. November 26, 27, 2001. (WABC-TV). Sarah Wallace, Reporter; Bryan White, Producer.
SOCIETAL CONCERNS PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special
Classroom Close-Up, NJ #18. April 29, 2002. (NJN/NJEA). Wanda Swanson, Executive Producer, NJEA; Richard Renner, Series Producer; John Barra, Kate Megargee, Walt Wasdyke, Segment Producers.
SOCIETAL CONCERNS PROGRAMMING: Series, Segments
Subway Q & A. October 1, 2001. (Metro TV). Evelyn Mallo, Supervising Producer; Ron Fried, Executive Producer; Bob Lampel, Creative Consultant; Patrice Andrews, Greg Moyer, Executives in Charge of Production; Robert Huebel, Nancy Schwartz, Richard Collier, Producers; Sandra Regalado, Associate Producer; Dave Konig, Talent.
Topless Scam. February 3, 2002. (WNYW FOX 5). Andrea Day, Reporter; Marilyn Salaway, Producer; Ray Parisi, Executive Producer.
HISTORICAL/CULTURAL PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special
A Yiddish World Remembered. August 10, 11, 2002. (WLIW 21; Thirteen/WNET). Andrew Goldberg, Executive Producer.
HISTORICAL/CULTURAL PROGRAMMING: Segments
Crown Heights: 10 Years After. September 23, 2001. (WABC-TV). Michael N. Pressman, Producer; Bill Ritter, Talent.
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)
Single in the City. April 28, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Danya Levine, Producer; Bruce Erik Brauer, Art Director; Otto Petersen, Co-Designer; Kathleen Dannecker, Editor.
PROMOTIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: Promo for Program (Series/Special)
Sensational Sitcoms! August 2002. (WSYT FOX 68). Jim Kirwan, Promotion Manager.
PROMOTIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: Station Promo or On-Air I.D.
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.
PROMOTIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: Sports
“This Is Our Town” Image Campaign. April 1, 2002. (MSG Network). Leon Schweir, Steve Mars, Executive Producers; John Burger, Producer.
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS: Spot & Campaign
Harlem Week. July 20, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Vicki McDonald, Producer; Bruce Erik Brauer, Art Director; Kathleen Dannecker, Editor.
LIVE SPORTS COVERAGE: Single Program
New Jersey Nets Greatest Game Ever. May 2, 2002. (MSG Network). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer; Frank DiGraci, Producer; Dave Hagen, Director; Bob Lalwani, Associate Producer; James Higgins, Graphics Coordinator; Scott Findling, Associate Director; Ian Eagle, Play by Play; Bill Raftery, Jim Spanarkel, Analysts; Mike Crispino, Host/Reporter.
LIVE SPORTS COVERAGE: Series
New York Mets Baseball – WB11. April 1, 2002 – September 29, 2002. (WPIX-TV). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer; Kevin Meininger, Mike Santini, Producers; Bill Webb, John Gallagher; Directors; Jim Gallagher, Bob Lalwani, Associate Producers; Charlie Cucchiara, Graphics Coordinator; Keith Hernandez, Ralph Kiner, Tom Seaver, Gary Thorne, Talent; Sean Kimerling, Reporter.
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.
SPORTS PROGRAMMING: Series
Yankeeography. March 22, 2002. (YES Network/Major League Baseball Productions). John Filippelli, Executive Producer (YES); David Gavant, Executive Producer; David Check, Senior Coordinating Producer; Jeff Spaulding, Senior Producer; Marc Rosenweig, Supervising Producer (YES); Janice Platt, Coordinating Producer (YES); Jeff Scott, Jason Weber, Jed Tuminaro, Jim Ohara, Brian Barrow, Producers; Meredith Eckert, Kristen Snyder, Associate Producers; Griffin Partilla, Editor.
SPORTS PROGRAMMING: Segment or Series of Segments
Yankeeography. April 21, 2002, May 19, 2002, September 22, 2002, April 14, 2002. (YES Network/Major League Baseball Productions). David Check, Senior Coordinating Producer; David Gavant, John Filippelli, Executive Producers (YES); Jeff Spaulding, Senior Producer; Brian Barrow, Jim O’Hara, Mike Novak, Jed Tuminaro, Producers; Marc Rosenweig, Supervising Producer (YES); Janice Platt, Coordinating Producer (YES).
SPORTS NEWS COVERAGE
Trumpet Boxer. March 13, 2002. (WWOR-TV). Russ Salzberg, Anchor; Richard F. Bagala, Noreen Coles, Scott Salem, Producers.
ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (News): Anchor, Host
Subway Q & A. September 25, October 15, 2001. (Metro TV). Richard Collier, Host.
ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (News): General Assignment & Live Field Reporting
N.J. Burkett 2001-02. September 11, 2001; February 1, 2002. (WABC-TV). N.J. Burkett, Reporter/Producer.
ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (News): Investigative Reporting
The Investigators. June 5, May 13, August 23, 2002. (WABC-TV). Jim Hoffer, Investigative Correspondent.
ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (News): Health Science Reporting
Janine Strafaci Composite. July 31, January 31, 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.
ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (Programming): Moderator/Interviewer
Gotham TV: The Gotham Desk. September 7, 2001. (Metro TV). Marc Maron, Talent.
ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (Sports)
Marv Albert. October 30, 2001 – April 15, 2002. (MSG Network). Marv Albert, Announcer.
Inside The Fire Academy. August 26, 28, 29, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Lea Tyrrell, Writer.
WRITER: Non News
Long Island’s Lighthouses. November 17, 2001. (News 12 Long Island). Cynthia Younker, Writer.
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.
Inside The Academy. August 30, 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.
CAMERA: Short Form & Sports
The Sound And The Fury. November 8, 2001. (WRGB-TV). Bruce Forget, Chief Photographer.
EDITOR: News Spot or Single News Feature
Inside The Academy. August 30, 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Michael DelGiudice, Gregory Inserillo, Editors.
EDITOR: News Series or Multi-Part News Feature
September 11th and After. December 31, 2001. (WWOR-TV). Noreen A. Coles, Editor.
EDITOR: Documentary & Entertainment
Subway Q & A. September 25, October 15, 2001. (Metro TV). Stephen DiGirolamo, Ciaran Clark, Scott MacKenzie, George Mandle, Eric Vitner, Editors.
EDITOR: Short Form
As Local As Local News Gets. March 2002. (News 12 Long Island). Cynthia Younker, Editor.
Dan Williams Composite. April, 2002; November 18, September, 2001. (MSG Network). Dan Williams, Editor.
Beyond The Road To Freedom. January 30, 2002. (WIVB-TV). Don Dawkins, Rich Newberg, Tom Vetter, Chris Musial, Mylous Hairston, Researchers.
Roland Le Breton Composite. September 2001; August 2002. (Crosswalks NYC TV). Roland Le Breton, Graphic Artist.
ART DIRECTION/SCENE AND SET DESIGN
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.
Live Remotes Set-up. September 1- August 31. (WPIX-TV). Dave Kimmel, Field Operation Chief; Anthony Mazza, Photographer.
COVERAGE OF AN INSTANT BREAKING NEWS STORY: 9/11
Capturing 9/11. September 11, 2001. (WNYW FOX 5). Jack Taliercio, Dave Corporon, Keith Lane, Photographers.
COVERAGE OF A CONTINUING STORY: 9/11
WNBC 9/11 Continuing Coverage. September 11, 2001. (WNBC-TV). Chuck Scarborough, Anchor.
SINGLE HARD NEWS STORY: 9/11
WTC Video – From A Hotel Window. May 16, 2002. (WNBC-TV). Tim Minton, Investigative Reporter; Ronni M. Rothbart, Investigative Producer; John Gonzalez, Producer.
MULTI-PART HARD NEWS STORY: 9/11
The Men of Ladder 131. November 8, 9, 2001; March 11, 2002. (WPIX-TV). Mary Murphy, Reporter; David Scanlon, Producer.
SINGLE NEWS FEATURE: 9/11
Heart of a Lion: Timmy’s Story. September 30, 2001. (WPIX-TV). Mary Murphy, Reporter.
MULTI-PART NEWS FEATURE: 9/11
September 11th & After. December 31, 2001. (WWOR-TV). Paul Rosenberg, Noreen A. Coles, Kathleen Coles, Producers.
INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM: 9/11
9/11 Watch. September 20, 2001; May 13, July 1, 2002. (WABC-TV). Jim Hoffer, Investigative Correspondent; Bryan White, Producer.
NEWS SPECIAL: 9/11
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.