NBC’s New York station edged out a tight field by one award at the 48th annual New York Emmy Awards held Sunday night at the Waldorf-Astoria.
Of the 80 plus kudos handed out, WNBC took home nine, followed by WCBS, the WB’s WPIX and, more surprisingly, New York City’s channel NYC-TV, all with eight wins.
WNBC went into the evening with the most nominations, 35, followed by WCBS with 30 and the YES network with 24.
One award WNBC didn’t receive was for coverage of an instant breaking news story: That award went to WABC for its coverage of the crash of an NBC helicopter.
WPIX took home the awards for both best morning and evening newscast over 35 minutes: for “WB 11 Morning News” and “WB 11 News at 10.” Fox’s WNYW won the award for best newscast under 35 minutes for “Fox 5 News” at 6 p.m.
WXTV’s Rafael Pineda, New York’s longest-serving anchorman, working since January 1972, won the on-camera achievement award for an anchorman. He was also the only Spanish-language winner of the night.
Awards are managed by the New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
SINGLE NEWSCAST: Under 35 minutes
FOX 5 News At 6 PM. Aug. 29, 2004. (WNYW FOX 5). Scott Matthews, news director; Michelle W. Donovan, executive producer; Luke Funk, executive producer; Vivian Rodriguez, Mark Powell, producers; Joseph Farrington, Deborah Doft, assignment editors; Dick Brennan, Julie Banderas, anchors.
SINGLE NEWSCAST: Over 35 minutes
WB 11 News At Ten: 9/11 Day of Tribute, Sept. 11, 2003. (WPIX-TV). Karen Scott, news director; John Houseman, executive producer; Robert Cucchiaro, producer; Wiliberto Ocasio, managing editor; Doug Kahn, Susann McGoldrick, assignment editors; Bob Pronovost, director; Jim Watkins, Kaity Tong, anchors; Mr. G, weather anchor; Sal Marchiano, sports anchor.
SINGLE MORNING NEWS PROGRAM
WB 11 Morning News: Escort This, Aug. 31, 2004. (WPIX-TV). Karen Scott, News Director; Lauren Petterson, Executive Producer; Tami Ruiz, Jennifer Cunningham, Producers; Bret Callahan, Desiree Dunne, Associate Producers; Tom Wisnosky, David Kalmowitz, Directors; John Muller, Lynne White, Craig Treadway, Tiffany McElroy, Anchors; Linda Church, Weather Anchor; Emily Frances, Entertainment Anchor.
COVERAGE OF AN INSTANT BREAKING NEWS STORY
Chopper 4 Crash, May 4, 2004. (WABC-TV). Shannon P. Sohn, Reporter/Camera Person; Paul M. Smith, Pilot.
COVERAGE OF AN ANTICIPATED NEWS STORY
Joel Steinberg Prison Release, June 29, 2004. (WPIX-TV). Mary Murphy, Reporter; Noreen Lark, Producer; Shashi Sharma, Segment Producer.
COVERAGE OF A CONTINUING STORY
Racist Video Games, November 6, December 9, 2003. (WCBS-TV). Arnold Diaz, Reporter; Brian Quinn, Robert Powell, Producers.
SINGLE HARD NEWS STORY
Death of A Dream, May 19, 2004. (WPIX-TV). Peter Thorne, Reporter.
MULTI-PART HARD NEWS STORY
Stolen Houses, May 4, May 6, 2004. (WNYW FOX 5). Mary Garofalo, Reporter; Marilyn Salaway, Deborah Fountain, Producers.
SINGLE NEWS FEATURE
New York Voices: Chess In Schools, January 9, 2004. (Thirteen/WNET). Matthew Kells, Segment Producer.
Ticket Patrol, November 4, 2003. (WNYW FOX 5). John Deutzman, Reporter; Marilyn Salaway, Alan Lesner, Producers.
MULTI-PART NEWS FEATURE
Enemies No More., February 4, 5, 6, and 8, 2004. (WNBC-TV). Chuck Scarborough, Reporter; Steve Narisi, Producer.
Driving While Black, October 18, 25, 2003. (WWOR-TV). Elaine Higgins, Executive Producer; Linda Sachs, Noreen Coles, J.L. Mitchell, Producers; Rolland Smith, Brenda Flanagan, Reporters.
Surfing for Sex Town Meeting, April 1, 2004. (News 12 Westchester). Lisa Salvadorini, Producer; Brian Conybeare, Juri Tatsuuma, Suzanne Colucci, Reporters; Janine Rose, Arnie Reif, Konstandino Stratigeas, Eric Leeds, Marc Blumenthal, Producers; Steve Saslow, Director/Producer.
ABC-7 Presents The Newsday Marching Band Festival, November 8, 2003. (WABC-TV). Nancy G. Kennedy, Executive Producer; Diane M. Oates, Producer; Jeelu Billimoria, Senior Producer.
ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special
Jane’s New York: Underground, February 28, 2004. (WNBC-TV). Jane Hanson, Talent/Host; Randy Pyburn, David Hyman, Executive Producers.
ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMMING: Series
Subway Q&A: Salute to Dance, Salute to NY, Baby Shower, October 22, 1, September 10, 2003. (MetroTV). Evelyn Mallo, Supervising Producer.
ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMMING: Segment(s)
Radioman, April 14, 2004. (WNYW FOX 5). Joe F. Farrington, Richard Spiropoulos, Donna Hayes, Producers; Naamua Delaney, Reporter.
Generation Jets, October 2003. (WCBS-TV). William Zagger, Executive Producer; Jodi Elson, Jim Thompson, Herman Edwards, Bob Parente, Jay Cross, Producers; Jessica Lederman, Associate Producer.
Kids On Deck, May 16, 2004-September 1, 2004. (YES Network). John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer; Melissa Foreman Tiles, Producer; Woody Freiman, Janice Platt, Supervising Producers; Victoria Quoss, Coordinating Producer; Jason Feneque, Chantre Randolph, Melissa Picheny, Associate Producers; Janice Molinari, Producer; Lisa Molinari, Segment Producer; Quentin Washington, Hailey Swindal, Joe Girardi, Hosts.
Angles: Religion in the NFL, September 2, 2003. (Madison Square Garden Network). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer; Andrew Braun, Rob Faris, Producers; Mike Shea, Associate Producer; Al Trautwig, Host; Josh Elliott, Reporter.
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special
Operation7: Save a Life/ Ready for Anything, January 17, 2004. (WABC-TV). Nancy P. Kennedy, Executive Producer; Diane M. Oates, Producer.
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING: Series
Head of the Class, March 18, February 26, 2004 & December 18, 2003. (News 12 Long Island). Virginia A. Huie, Talent.
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING: Segment(s)
All in a Days Work, September 1, 2003. (News 12 Long Island). Michael DelGiudice, Patricia Barrett, Producers.
Getting Down to Earth, April 20, 21, 23, 2004. (News 12 Long Island). Heather L. Holmes, Reporter; Michael DelGiudice, David Garden, Producers.
BUSINESS/CONSUMER PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special
Exterior Designs, June 30, 2004. (Capital News 9 – Time Warner Cable Albany). Megan Baker, Anchor – Host; Tim Eck, Alicia Jacobs, Dan Keese, Producers.
BUSINESS/CONSUMER PROGRAMMING: Series
Tin Can Charities, July 19 – 21, 2004. (News 12 New Jersey). Walt Kane, Reporter; William Schlosser, Anthony Cocco, Producers.
BUSINESS/CONSUMER PROGRAMMING: Segment(s)
Fast Parking Meters, October 30, 2003. (WWOR-TV). Brenda Flanagan, Reporter; Todd Fenton, Kathleen Coles, Producers.
POLITICAL PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special
Albany Doesn’t Work, June 23, 2004. (WNBC-TV). Jay DeDapper, Reporter.
POLITICAL PROGRAMMING: Series
What Matters (Presidential Primary Edition), February 24-27, 2003. (WNBC-TV). Jay DeDapper, Melissa Russo, Brian Thompson, Pat Battle, Carol Anne Riddell, Reporters; Lisa Guido, Anthony Inarelli, Segment Producers.
POLITICAL PROGRAMMING: Segment(s)
Mayor’s Parking, May 13, 2004. (WNYW FOX 5). John Deutzman, Reporter; Danica Nedela, Marilyn Salaway, John Sprei, Alan Lesner, Producers.
HEALTH/SCIENCE PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special
Keeping Kids Healthy – “Teen Pregnancy: What Can A Parent Do?”, August 27, 2004. (Thirteen/WNET). Susan Berger Sabreen, Rich Sabreen, Executive Producers; Dr. Winnie King, Host; Cathy Becker, Producer; James W. Bunn, Managing Editor.
HEALTH/SCIENCE PROGRAMMING: Series
Keeping Kids Healthy – “Through Their Eyes,” September 12, 2003, January 9, February 27, April 30, 2004. (Thirteen/WNET). Susan Berger Sabreen, Executive Producer; James W. Bunn, Kathleen Heller, Laurie Sude, Producers.
HEALTH/SCIENCE PROGRAMMING: Segment(s)
Watching A Miracle, February 16, 2004. (WPIX-TV). Alyssa Coleman, Reporter.
SOCIETAL CONCERNS PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special
Escaping the Fat Trap, June 15, 2004. (WROC-TV). Rob Jason, Sarah Clapper, Producers.
SOCIETAL CONCERNS PROGRAMMING: Series
Due Process, February 29, 22, May 17, 2004. (NJN Public Television). Sandra King, Senior Producer/Managing Editor; Jeff Friedman, Executive Producer/Director; Henrietta S. Parker, Coordinating Producer; Raymond M. Brown, Host.
SOCIETAL CONCERNS PROGRAMMING: Segment(s)
21st Century Slaves, February 24, 2004. (WPIX-TV). Mary Murphy, Reporter.
DEA Secret Compartments, June 14, 2004. (WCBS-TV). Kirstin Cole, Reporter.
HISTORICAL/CULTURAL PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special
Glenn Curtiss: The Forgotten Eagle, December 18, 2003. (WSKG-TV). Brian K. Frey, Producer.
HISTORICAL/CULTURAL PROGRAMMING: Series
Defining Moments, Sept. 27, Nov. 10, Dec. 23, 2003; March 25, April 16, June 25, 2004. (WCBS-TV). Ronni Rothbart, Charles Williams, Producers.
HISTORICAL/CULTURAL PROGRAMMING: Segment(s)
New York Voices: Book Row, January 30, 2004. (Thirteen/WNET). Jim Epstein, Segment Producer.
State of the Arts #2206: “Magnificent Obsession,” April 4, 2004. (NJN Public Television). Nila Aronow, Executive Producer; Susan Wallner, Series Producer; Amber Edwards, Senior Producer; Eric Schultz, Producer.
PROMOTIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: News Promo (Generic & Special Series)
Eat At Your Own Risk: Disney World, February 6, 2004. (WCBS-TV). Brad Soltoff, Producer.
PROMOTIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: Promo for Program (Series/Special)
Rene & I, June 2004. (WNBC-TV). Gabrielle Becker, Bruce Erik Brauer, Richardson Scurry, Producers.
PROMOTIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: Station Promo or On-Air I.D.
NYC TV Spring Promo, April 13, 2004. (NYC TV). Roland Le Breton, Producer.
PROMOTIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: Sports
The Olympics from Greece (Sports), December 2003. (WNBC-TV). David K. Hyman, Executive Producer.
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS
Typecasting, June 25, 2004. (NYC TV). Will Morrison, Executive Producer; Miguel Fernandez, Copywriter.
Dairy Queen “Napkin,” April 26-May 17, 2004. (National Cable, Spot TV). Jonathan Rodgers, Executive Creative Director.
iO Dashboard, September 2003. (Channel 600 on iO). Jonathan M. Boltax, Patrick Donoghue, Producers.
LIVE SPORTS COVERAGE: SINGLE PROGRAM (Professional)
Mike Richter’s Retirement, February 4, 2004. (Madison Square Garden Network). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer; Joe Whelan, Producer; Bobby Lewis, Director; Fran O’Connell, Associate Director; Paula McHale, Associate Producer; Steve Napolitani, Graphics Coordinator; John Davidson, Analyst; Al Trautwig, Host; Stan Fischler, Reporter; Sam Rosen, Play-by-Play.
LIVE SPORTS COVERAGE: SERIES (Professional)
2004 NY Mets on WB11, April – September 2004. (WPIX-TV). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer; Joe Whelan, Mike Santini, Producers; Bill Webb, John Gallahger, Directors; Steve Oelbaum, Associate Producer; Jim Gallagher, Bob Lalwani, Associate Directors; Fran O’Connell, Associate Director / Graphics Coordinator; Charlie Cucchiara, Graphics Coordinator; Dave O’Brien, Play by Play; Tom Seaver, Analyst; Kip Lewis, Host/Reporter.
SPORTS PROGRAMMING: Single Program or Special
Yankeeography: Elston Howard, February 17, 2004. (Major League Baseball Productions as aired by YES Network). John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer (YES Network); Woody Freiman, Supervising Producer (YES Network); John Sterling, Producer (YES Network); David Gavant, Executive Producer; David Check, Senior Coordinating Producer; Jeff Spaulding, Senior Producer; Adam Schlackman, Senior Managing Producer; Jeff Scott, Producer; Jim O’Hara, Lead Producer; Brian Barrow, Tareq Naouri, Steven Ahn, Robert Haddad, Dan Granik, Damien Rodriguez, Matt Anderton, David Schwinger, Producers.
SPORTS PROGRAMMING: Series
Jets 24/7 with Herman Edwards, August 2003. (WCBS-TV). William Zagger, Executive Producer; Herman Edwards, Bob Parente, Producers.
SPORTS PROGRAMMING: Segment(s)
New York Yankees Pre/Post Game Show “Thurman Munson Tribute,” August 1, 2004. (YES Network). John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer; Woody Freiman, Supervising Producer; Bill Boland, Producer; Drew Kaliski, Producer; Michael Cooney, Director; Jared Boshnack, Feature Producer; John Purcell, Associate Director; Troy Benjamin, Eric Roldan, Josh Isaac, Associate Producers; Fred Hickman, Host; Jeff Quagliata, Writer; Eli Spielman, Writer.
SPORTS NEWS COVERAGE
A Basket for Teddy, February 25, 2004. (WGRZ-TV Buffalo). Scott Brown, Reporter.
ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (NEWS): Anchor/Host
Rafael Pineda, Anchor for On-Camera Achievement – Rafael Pineda. August 20, May 14, May 20, 2004. (WXTV Univision 41).
ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (NEWS): General Assignment Reporting
Carolyn Gusoff, Reporter for Carolyn Gusoff Reporting. November 11, 2003; January 14, February 10, 2004. (WNBC-TV).
ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (NEWS): Live Field Reporting
Ralph Penza, Reporter for On Camera Achievement. October 22, Nov. 7, 2003; June 30, 2004; Nov. 21, 2003. (WNBC-TV).
ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (NEWS): Investigative Reporting
Sarah Wallace, Reporter for Sarah Wallace Composite. November 25, 2003; February 10, 2004; November 11, 2003. (WABC-TV).
ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (NEWS): Feature Reporting
Heather L. Holmes, Reporter for Getting Down to Earth. April 20, 21, 22, 2004. (News 12 Long Island).
ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (NEWS): Health Science & Business/Consumer Reporting
Arnold Diaz, Reporter for “Dumpster Produce,” “Used Lingerie,” “Mary Foley Kitchens.” May 22, 2004; November 19, December 4, 2003. (WCBS-TV).
ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (NEWS): Entertainment Reporting,/b>
John P. Bathke, Reporter for John Bathke (Composite). November 25, December 13, 2003; April 24, 2004. (News 12 New Jersey).
ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (PROGRAMMING): Host/Performer
Jane Hanson, Host for Jane’s New York (Composite). February 28 – June 3, 2004. (WNBC-TV).
ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (SPORTS): Reporting
Scott Stanford, Sports Reporter for Scott Stanford (Reporting). May 1; February 2, 15, 2004. (WWOR-TV).
ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (SPORTS): Play-by-Play
Mike Emrick, Play by Play for Mike Emrick. October 2003 – April 2004. (FSN New York).
Barbara Nevins Taylor, Writer for Without A License. April 27, 2004. (WWOR-TV).
WRITER: Documentary & Entertainment
John DeNatale, Matthew Kells, Jim Epstein, Writers for New York Voices: Big Town Groove. February 13, 2004. (Thirteen/WNET).
WRITER: Short Form & Sports
Jeff Scott, Senior Writer for Yankeeography: Elston Howard Act 1 & Act 5. February 17, 2004. (Major League Baseball Productions as aired by YES Network).
Michael T. Messner, Director for Michael T. Messner. October 2003 – March 2004. (YES Network).
Michael DelGiudice, Photojournalist for Michael DelGiudice Composite. June 25, 2004; December 22, 2003; May 21, 2004. (News 12 Long Island).
Stephen Vigilante, Camera Person for Blueprint NYC: Camera Composite. June 29, 2004. (NYC TV).
Greg Sutfin, Cameraman for Those Who Serve. July 4, 2004. (WCBS-TV).
Tracy M. Shea, Photographer for Toni On! Antarctica. February 29, March 8, 2004. (WPIX-TV).
Dan Powles, Director of Photography for Yankeeography: Willie Randolph Act 2. July 21, 2004. (Major League Baseball Productions as aired by YES Network).
Brian P. Jingeleski, Editor for Scuba School. 03-26-04. (News 12 Long Island).
Walter Garaicoa, Editor for Blueprint NYC: Editor Composite. June 29, 2004. (NYC TV).
Steve DiGirolamo, Editor for Subway Q&A: Salute To Dance, Salute To NY, Baby Shower. September 10, October 1, 2003; October 22, 2004. (MetroTV).
EDITOR: Short Form
Cynthia E. Younker, Editor for Cynthia Younker Composite. September 15, 2003; February 18, May 12, 2004. (News 12 Long Island).
Preston Madill, Editor for Preston Madill. Various dates within eligibility period. (Madison Square Garden Network).
Jim Epstein, Suzanne Glickstein, Researchers for New York Voices: Big Town Groove. February 13, 2004. (Thirteen/WNET).
Roland Le Breton, Designer for Roland Le Breton Composite. June 1, 2004. (NYC TV).
Wiener Milien, Designer for Blueprint: NYC Interview Lighting Composite. June 29, 2004. (NYC TV).
ART DIRECTION/SCENE AND SET DESIGN
Roland Le Breton, Art Director for City Drive Live Virtual Studio. August 22, 2004. (NYC TV).
Roland Le Breton, Photographer for Blueprint Photography Composite. June 29, 2004. (NYC TV).