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WNBC tops N.Y. Emmy race with 9 victories

Metro TV and WABC-TV nab eight kudos each

See winnersWNBC-TV led the winners at the 45th annual New York Emmy Awards Sunday night. Outlet picked up nine statuettes, having entered the night with 38 nominations.

Following close on its heels were Metro TV and WABC-TV, each with eight Emmys. Ironically, though Metro just switched over to a fashion-only sked, none of its wins were for its “Full Frontal Fashion” coverage.

WB 11 News at 10’s “TWA 800: Five Years Later” took home the single newscast award. WABC was recognized in both the investigative journalism and news special categories with “Caught Off Guard” and “Risking Life and Limb in Sierra Leone,” respectively.

Evening’s events were held at Chelsea Piers and hosted by chapter prexy Maury Povich.

And the winners are …

SINGLE NEWSCAST (Up to 35 Minutes)

Noticiero 47: February 14, 2001. February 14, 2001. (WNJU-TV Channel 47). Ricardo Alvarez, News Director; Carmen Dominicci, Jorge Ramos, News Anchors; Martha Jaimes, Senior News Producer; Yesenia Torres, Chief Assignment Editor; Alba Eduardo, Assignment Editor.

SINGLE NEWSCAST (Over 35 Minutes)

WB11 News at Ten: TWA 800 – 5 Years Later. July 17, 2001. (WPIX-TV). Karen Scott, News Director; John Houseman, Executive Producer; Caesar Darias, Managing Editor; Robert Cucchiaro, Producer; Wiliberto Ocasio, Doug Kahn, Michael Graham, Assignment Editors; Kaity Tong, Jim Watkins, Anchors; Sal Marchiano, Sports; Mr. G, Weather.

COVERAGE OF AN INSTANT BREAKING NEWS STORY

Live NYPD Chopper Water Rescue (3 men). August 31, 2001. (WCBS-TV CBS-2 News). Joe Biermann, Reporter; Andrew Friedman, Wanda Prisinzano, Assignment Editors; Dennis White, Ed Baker, Producers.

COVERAGE OF AN ANTICIPATED NEWS STORY

Greenpoint Tanks Explosion. July 15, 2001. (WABC-TV). Catherine McKenzie, Producer; Christina Velez, Brian McLaughlin, Assignment Editors; Joe Torres, Reporter.

SINGLE HARD NEWS STORY

Felony Foul-Up. May 14, 2001. (WNBC-TV). Tim Minton, Reporter; Ronni Rothbart, Allison Gilbert, Dean Harte, Robert Gonzalez, Dennis O’Keefe, Producers.

In The Name of Liberty. June 10, 2001. (WPIX-TV). Mary Murphy, Reporter; Caesar Darias, Segment Producer; Patricia Ivers, Producer.

MULTI-PART HARD NEWS STORY

Predator Next Door – Three Part Series. June 19, 20, 21, 2001. (News 12 Westchester). Mary Calvi, Brian Conybeare, Jennifer Jordan, Anchors/Reporters; Janine Rose, News Director; Dave Wolf, Assignment Editor; Konstandino Stratigeas, Eric Leeds, Matthew Glassoff, Photographers/Editors; Jon Fenaroli, Field Producer; Arnie Reif, Director of Operations; Don Dudley, Executive Producer; Gregory Inserillo, Jeffrey Gartman, Editors.

SINGLE NEWS FEATURE

April Fool’s. March 30, 2001. (WCBS-TV CBS 2 News). Morry Alter, Reporter; Nicole Robinson, Editor; Jim Duggan, Dan Bartilucci, Photographers.

Fame Us. August 15, 2001. (WWOR-TV UPN 9). Dave Barker, Reporter/Producer; Noreen Coles, Co-Producer.

MULTI-PART NEWS FEATURE

Heroes Forgotten. May 17-18, 2001. (WNBC-TV). Chuck Scarborough, Reporter; Kimberly Cardinal, Segment Producer; Dennis O’Keefe, Producer; Sandra Kirkman, Editor.

Sobreviviendo. May 21, 22, 23, 2001. (WNJU). Rossy Peguero, Hector Liriano, Isabel Ocampo, Segment Producers; Ricardo Villarini, Reporter.

INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM

Caught Off Guard. October 24, 2000. (WABC-TV Eyewitness News). Jim Hoffer, Reporter; Bryan White, Daniela Royes, Producers.

NEWS SPECIAL

Risking Life and Limb in Sierra Leone. June 5, 2001. (WABC-TV). Bill Beutel, Correspondent/Producer; Cecile Antonie, Joseph Tesauro, Jeffrey G. Jolton, Producers.

EVENT COVERAGE

New York City Marathon. November 5, 2000. (WNBC-TV). Brian Williams, Executive Producer.

ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMMING Single Program or Special

Gotham TV, Show #12. February 25, 2001. (Metro TV). Ted Saad, Jon Moss, Executive Producers; Lynn Sadofsky, Supervising Producer.

ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMMING Series, Segment, & Series of Segments

Subway Q & A. April 8, July 17, March 11, 2001. (Metro TV). Ron Fried, Executive Producer; Evelyn Mallo, Matthew Kells, Supervising Producers; Richard Collier, Rob Huebel, Nancy Swartz, Mark King, Kevin Blond, Bill Kearny, Producers; Dave Konig, Talent; Sandra Regalado, Associate Producer.

CHILDRENS/YOUTH PROGRAMMING (Ages 12 and Younger)

Protect Our Children: Speak Up! April 28, 2001. (WABC-TV). Jeelu Billimoria, Senior Producer; Terri Palumbo, Producer.

TEEN PROGRAMMING (Ages 13 and Older)

Listen-Voices of the Future. December 2000. (WNBC-TV). Dennis Swanson, Executive Producer; David Hyman, Todd Martin, JC Addison, Producers; Randy Pyburn, Director/Producer.

RELIGIOUS PROGRAMMING Single Program or Special

McDonald’s Gospelfest 2001. July 14, 2001. (WABC-TV). Nancy Geraghty Kennedy, Executive Producer; Jeelu Billimoria, Senior Producer; Terri Ann Palumbo, Producer.

RELIGIOUS PROGRAMMING Segment, Series of Segments

Ziemba. November 23, 2000. (WGRZ-TV). Rich Kellman, J. Dooley O’Rourke, Producers.

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING Single Program or Special

Operation 7: Save a Life. January 13, 2001. (WABC-TV). Nancy Geraghty Kennedy, Executive Producer; Terri Ann Palumbo, Producer.

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING Segment

Today’s Child “Boy with Half a Brain.” December 4, 2000. (News 12 Westchester). Suzanne Colucci, Reporter/Producer; Eric Leeds, Photographer/Editor.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMMING

Water Tunnel. November 2, 3, 24 & December 8, 2000. (WNBC-TV). Tim Minton, Sandra Kirkman, Ronni Rothbart, Allison Gilbert, Producers.

BUSINESS/CONSUMER PROGRAMMING

Paying Through The Pump. March 16, 2001. (News 12 Long Island). Andrew Ehinger, Reporter/Producer; David Garden, Gregory Inserillo, Producers.

POLITICAL PROGRAMMING Single Program or Special

Election 2000: Taking The Fifth. November 6, 2000. (Thirteen/WNET). Andy Halper, Executive Producer; Mike DeWitt, Producer.

POLITICAL PROGRAMMING Series of Segments

Road To The White House. January 19, 2001. (WWOR-TV). Paul Rosenberg, Kathleen Coles, Noreen Coles, Producers.

HEALTH/SCIENCE PROGRAMMING Single Program or Special

Breast Cancer: On the Front Line. October 7, 2000. (WABC-TV). Jeelu Billimoria, Senior Producer.

HEALTH/SCIENCE PROGRAMMING Series of Segments

Kicking Butt. July 30, July 31, August 1, August 2. (News 12 Long Island). Shari Einhorn, David Garden, Producers.

SOCIETAL CONCERNS PROGRAMMING Single Program or Special

Classroom Close-Up, NJ. April 22, 2001. (WNJN). Wanda Bowman, Executive Producer (NJEA); Walt Wasdyke, Kate Megargee, John Barra, Segment Producers; Rich Renner, Series Producer.

SOCIETAL CONCERNS PROGRAMMING Segment & Series of Segments

On Life Support: A Nursing Crisis. October 6, 2000. (News 12 New Jersey). Kathleen Lough, Producer; Patrick Young, Producer.


CRIME PROGRAMMING

True Survivor. October 7, 2000. (WPIX-TV). Ray Blanco, Executive Producer; Joseph Silvestri, Associate Producer.

HISTORICAL/CULTURAL PROGRAMMING Single Program or Special

Gotham TV, Show # 16. March 25, 2001. (Metro TV). Ted Saad, Jon Moss, Executive Producers; Lynn Sadofsky, Supervising Producer.

HISTORICAL/CULTURAL PROGRAMMING Segment

The Lucky Ones. April 11, 2001. (News 12 Long Island). Virginia Huie, David Leibowitz, Gregory Inserillo, Producers.

ARTS & PERFORMING ARTS PROGRAMMING

Life on Jupiter. July 1, 2001. (Thirteen/WNET). Martin Spinelli, Producer.

PROGRAMMING ABOUT THE ARTS

Co-Stars and Roommates. November 23, 2000. (Long Island News Tonight, Telecare 25). Monique Brook, Ken Eckhardt, Gary Licker, Producers.

PROMOTIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: News Promo (Generic & Special Series)

The Dyeing Game. May, 2001. (WNBC-TV). Danya Levine, Producer; Bruce Brauer, Art Director.

PROMOTIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Program/Series/Special Promo

7 @ 7. April 2001. (Metro TV). David Harris Katz, Senior Producer; Marc Berry, Art Director; Susan Seelandt, Executive Producer; David Thurber, Editor.

PROMOTIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Station Promo

Thirteen/WNET New York-Special Fall Presentation. August 2001. (Thirteen/ WNET). Margi Kerns, Senior Producer; Christopher Kogler, Creative Director; David Chomowicz, Art Director; Jay Slot, Associate Art Director.

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS Spot & Campaign

Legend and Legacies. February 1-28, 2001. (WPIX WB11). Kathy Shepherd Producer.


LIVE SPORTS COVERAGE (Single Program)

Outback Steak House Empire Challenge. July 7, 2001. (MSG Network). Larry Roth, Producer/Director; Leon Schweir, Boomer Esiason, Executive Producers; Lynn Vandenberg, Coordinating Producer; Jay Altmeyer, JT Townsend, Associate Producers; Howard David, Play by Play; Marty Lyons, Analyst; Mike Quick, Carl Reuter, Reporters.

LIVE SPORTS COVERAGE (Series) Professional

New York Mets. April – September 2001. (WPIX-TV). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer; Kevin Meininger, Andrew Braun, Producers; John Gallagher, John Moore, Bill Webb, Directors; Steve Oelbaum, Bob Lalwani, Christian Roberts, Associate Producers; Charlie Cucchiara, Jay Altmeyer, Graphics Coordinators; Gary Thorne, Tom Seaver, Keith Hernandez, Ralph Kiner, Talent; Sean Kimmerling Reporter.

SPORTS PROGRAMMING Single Program or Special

Gameday NY: Jack Lummus. December 31, 2000. (WNBC-TV). Jim Bell, Peter Radovich, Jr., Producers.

SPORTS PROGRAMMING Series


Mets On Deck. April – September 2001. (FOX Sports Net NY). Leon Schweir, Executive Producer; Kevin Meininger, Andrew Braun, Producers; Bob Lalwani, Roman Gackowski, Associate Producers.

SPORTS PROGRAMMING Segment & Series of Segments

Mascot For A Day. August 9, 2001. (News 12 New Jersey). George Falkowski, Charles Werneke, Michael Carnesi, Producers.

ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (News) General Assignment Reporting & Investigative Reporting

The Candy Kids. November 14, 2000. (WPIX). Polly Kreisman, Investigative Producer.

ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (News) Feature Reporting

Melinda Murphy: Composite. February 13, April 2, June 14, 2001. (WPIX-TV). Melinda Murphy, Reporter.

Predator Next Door-Part Three. June 21, 2001. (News 12 Westchester). Jennifer Jordan, Reporter/Producer.

ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (Programming) Host, Performer, & Moderator/Interviewer

Subway Q&A. April 8, 2001; July 7, 2001; July 17, 2001. (MetroTV). Richard Collier, Host.

ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (Sports) Anchoring/Hosting & Reporting

George Falkowski. August 9, 17, April 11, 2001. (News 12 New Jersey). George Falkowski, Sports Reporter.

ON-CAMERA ACHIEVEMENT (Sports)

Analysis in a Live Sportscast, Play-by-Play, & Commentary in a Sportscast

Mike Emrick – NJ Devils. October 2000 – April 2001. (FOX Sports Net NY). Mike Emrick, Play-By-Play.

WRITER Documentary

Loss Of Innocence. June 11, 2001. (WIVB-TV). Rich Newberg, Writer.

DIRECTOR Spot or Single News Feature

Literacy Partners: A Real Miracle. August 21, 2001. (WABC). Brian Bill, Senior Producer / Director.

DIRECTOR Documentary & Entertainment

Get the Message. September 15, 2000. (MetroTV). Matthew Kells, Director.

DIRECTOR Short Form & Sports

New York City Marathon. November 5, 2000. (WNBC-TV). Bruce Treut, Director.

CAMERA Spot or Single News Feature & News Series or Multi-Part News Feature

Getting Down To Earth. April 18-20, 2001. (News 12 Long Island). Dave Garden, Michael DelGiudice, Camera.

CAMERA Documentary, Short Form, & Sports

Get the Message. September 15, 2000. (Metro TV). Srael Boruchin, Cinematographer.

Long Island Ducks. August 28, 2001. (News 12 Long Island). Michael DelGiudice, Camera.

EDITOR Spot or Single News Feature & News Series or Multi-Part News Feature

Getting Down To Earth. April 18-20, 2001. (News 12 Long Island). Dave Garden, Michael DelGiudice, Editors.

EDITOR Documentary & Entertainment

Subway Q&A. April 8, July 17, March 11, 2001. (Metro TV). Stephen DiGiralamo, Eric Vitner, Editors.

EDITOR Short Form & Sports

Dan Williams Composite. Various: October 2000 – August 2001. (MSG Network). Dan Williams, Editor.


AUDIO/SOUND

Michael DelGiudice Composite. September 25, December 22, 2000; June 27, 2001. (News 12 Long Island). Michael DelGiudice, Audio / Sound.


RESEARCH

Digging in The Garden: “The Goddess”. September 10, 2000. (MSG Network). Allen Oren, Researcher.

Loss of Innocence. June 11, 2001. (WIVB). Rich Newberg, Tom Vetter, Researchers.

LIGHTING

Christmas In Rockefeller Center. November 29, 2000. (WNBC-TV). Geoffrey Amoral, Lighting Director; Frank Grisanti, Susan Noll, Video Shaders; John Ingram, Lighting Designer.

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