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THE 51st ANNUAL NEW YORK EMMY® AWARDS NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED!

MSG Network Gets the Most Nods With 50

New York, NY ­ Thursday, February 7, 2008. The 51st Annual New York Emmy® Award nominations took place this morning at the studios of CUNY-TV. Hosting were Jacqueline Gonzalez, Executive Director, NY NATAS and Jerry Romano, Awards Committee Chair, NY NATAS. Presenting the nominees were Shelly Palmer, Managing Partner, Advanced Media Ventures Group, LLC and President of NY NATAS; Emmy®-Award winner Marvin Scott, Senior Correspondent, CW11 News at 10 and Anchor, CW11 News Closeup, WPIX-TV; Emmy®-Award winner Elizabeth Hashagen, Anchor, News 12 Long Island, and Emmy®-Award winner Mary Garofalo, Investigative Reporter, FOX 5 News. Total Number of Nominated Entries by Station: MSG Network ­ 50 R News ­ 2 NYC TV ­ 48 Style.com ­ 2 WPIX-TV ­ 30 WXXI ­ 2 News 12 Long Island ­ 29 Bills Television Network ­ 1 WNBC-TV ­ 27 Bravo ­ 1 News 12 Connecticut ­ 25 Bronxnet ­ 1 WNYW Fox 5 ­ 24 City Lights Television ­ 1 WCBS-TV ­ 22 CSTV ­ 1 Thirteen/WNET ­ 19 Epicurious.com ­ 1 WNJU Telemundo 47 ­ 18 ESPN2 ­ 1 YES Network ­ 18 FloatersTV.com ­ 1 SNY ­ 16 LifetimeTV.com ­ 1 WABC-TV ­ 16 News 12 Interactive ­ 1 WXTV/Univision 41 ­ 14 News 12 The Bronx/Brooklyn ­ 1 My 9 News WWOR ­ 12 ScribeMedia.org ­ 1 News 12 New Jersey ­ 12 TanquerayRangpur.com ­ 1 Major League Baseball Productions for YES Network ­ 7 Time Warner Cable ­ 1 WGRZ-TV ­ 7 TLC ­ 1 News 12 Westchester ­ 5 Travel Channel ­ 1 CUNY TV ­ 4 WKBW-TV ­ 1 NJN Public Television ­ 4 WLIW 21 ­ 1 WIVB-TV ­ 4 WNED-TV ­ 1 LX Networks ­ 3 WROC ­ 1 WRNN-TV ­ 3 WSTM ­ 1 FSN New York ­ 2 WSYR ­ 1 Men.Style.com ­ 2 WSYT-TV ­ 1 NY1 ­ 2 WVVH-TV ­ 1 Plum TV ­ 2

The 51st Annual New York Emmy® Awards will be presented at a special black tie gala on Sunday, April 6, 2008 at The Marriott Marquis ~ Times Square.

The full list of nominees follows.

The New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, founded in 1955, is the preeminent membership organization serving the television industry. NY NATAS fosters creativity and inspires excellence through the renowned Emmy® Award, the most prestigious honor and most coveted peer-recognition symbol of distinction in television. For further information please visit our website: www.nyemmys.org. #### Jacqueline J. Gonzalez, Executive Director The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, New York Chapter Phone: 212-459-3630 ext. 203. Email: [email protected]

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MORNING NEWSCAST Good Day New York. July 12, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Sarah Graham, Executive Producer; Jodi Applegate, Ron Corning, Anchors; Beth McCauley, Line Producer; Margaret Tomanelli, Technical Director. Today in New York 5 a.m. April 13, 2007. (WNBC-TV). Kim Gerbasi, Senior Executive Producer; Emily Raiber, Coordinating Producer; Lamar Goering, Bruce Williams, Producers; Ryan Fisher, Associate Producer; Angie Morefield, Director; Peter Bunin, Assignment Editor; Darlene Rodriguez, Rob Morrison, Chris Cimino, Otis Livingston, Co-Anchors. Today in New York 6 a.m. February 23, 2007. (WNBC-TV). Kim Gerbasi, Senior Executive Producer; Emily Raiber, Coordinating Producer; Lamar Goering, Bruce Williams, Producers; Ryan Fisher, Associate Producer; Angie Morefield, Director; Peter Bunin, Assignment Editor; Darlene Rodriguez, Rob Morrison, Chris Cimino, Otis Livingston, Co-Anchors. Today in New York 6 a.m. July 19, 2007. (WNBC-TV). Kim Gerbasi, Senior Executive Producer; Emily Raiber, Coordinating Producer; Lamar Goering, Bruce Williams, Producers; Ryan Fisher, Associate Producer; Angie Morefield, Director; Peter Bunin, Assignment Editor; Darlene Rodriguez, Rob Morrison, Chris Cimino, Otis Livingston, Co-Anchors. Tribute to Johnny Pacheco. October 18, 2006. (WXTV/Univision 41). Norma Morato, News Director; Jose Arturo Lopez, Senior Producer; Alexa Rodriguez, Producer; Rosa Suriel, Miriam Coletta, Segment Producers; Antonio Martinez, Merijoel Duran, Anchors; Ileana Riveros, Assignment Editor; Victor De Jesus, Director.

DAYTIME NEWSCAST Bronx Fire. March 8, 2007. (WCBS-TV). Chris Wragge, News Anchor; David Molko, Kathleen Rohan, Writers; Franca Braatz, Peter McGowan, Field Producers; Jeff Gesoff, Eric Berlin, Producers; Marcia Kramer, Magee Hickey, Jay Dow, Reporters; Jim Fleischmann, Camera. Hudson Valley Daytime Edition. April 17, 2007. (News 12 Westchester). Lisa Salvadorini, Anchor; Janine Rose, News Director; Carol Corrado, Executive Producer; Brysen Van Eck, Meteorologist; Steve Saslow, Director; Nicole Best, Producer; Frank Cristantiello, Editor.

EVENING NEWSCAST: Under 35 Minutes Newark Students Massacre Arrest. August 9, 2007. (WXTV/ Univision 41). Norma Morato, News Anchor; Jose Arturo Lopez, Senior Producer; Amalfy Cantillo, Producer; William Tipacti, Assignment Manager; Naomi Pestana, Assignment Editor; Rafael Pineda, Denisse Oller, Anchors; Jonny Mejia, Director. Noticiero 47 A Las Once. July 18, 2007. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Hugo Balta, News Director; Jorge Ramos, Patsi Arias, Anchors; Rossy Peguero, Producer; Samuel Rivera, Reporter; Yesenia Torres, Assignment Desk Manager; Veronica Contreras, Sports Anchor; Andrea Romero, Weather Anchor; Ninoska Arriaga, Executive Producer; Manny Parais, Truck Operator; Fred Ruiz, Director; Gustavo Ranieri, Associate Director. Noticiero 47 A Las Once ­ Elecciones Edicion Especial. November 7, 2006. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Hugo Balta, News Director; Martha Jaimes, Managing Editor; Ana Giraldo, Producer; Arrate Isuzi Reich, Planning Editor; Madelyn Vega, Anchor/Reporter; Jorge Ramos, Patsi Arias, Anchors; Liz Gonzalez, Luis Alejandro Medina, Samuel Rivera, Reporters; Alba Eduardo, Field Producer; Freddy Ruiz, Director. 2

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Noticiero 47 A Las Seis. April 15, 2007. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Hugo Balta, News Director; Ramon Zayas, Anchor; Erika J. Marich, Senior News Producer; Andrea Romero, Weather Anchor; Samuel Rivera, Reporter; Gustavo Ranieri, Director. Noticiero 47 A Las Seis. May 1, 2007. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Hugo Balta, News Director; Jorge Ramos, Patsi Arias, Anchors; Erika J. Marich, Senior News Producer; Martha Jaimes, Managing Editor; Liz Gonzalez, Luis Alejandro Medina, Reporters; Andrea Romero, Weather Anchor; Veronica Contreras, Sports Anchor; Yesenia Torres, Assignment Desk Manager. Pipe Explosion. July 19, 2007. (WXTV/ Univision 41). Norma Morato, News Anchor; Jose Arturo Lopez, Senior Producer; Amalfy Cantillo, Producer; William Tipacti, Assignment Manager; Naomi Pestana, Assignment Editor; Rafael Pineda, Denisse Oller, Anchors; Jonny Mejia, Director. Tragedy in the Bronx. March 8, 2007. (WCBS-TV). Brian Applegate, Producer; Dana Tyler, Jim Rosenfield, Anchors; Lou Young, Reporter; Susan King, Director; Emad Asghar, Executive Producer; Jared Crawford, Associate Producer; Christina Mila, Writer; Lee Kushnir, Assignment Editor.

EVENING NEWSCAST: Over 35 Minutes Brooklyn Tornado. August 8, 2007. (WCBS-TV). Chris Wragge, News Anchor; Ambrose Raftery, CoProducer/Writer; Jeff Gesoff, Jonathan Weiss, Producers; Kristine Johnson, Anchor; Lonnie Quinn, Weather Anchor; Michael Haynes, Director; Peter McGowan, Field Producer; Tracy Emory, Don Koshansky, Evan Maxwell, Camera; Sean Hennessey, Reporter. CW 11 News at Ten: Steam Explosion. July 18, 2007. (WPIX-TV). Karen Scott, News Director; John Houseman, Assistant News Director; Tim Armstrong, Executive Producer; Robert Cucchiaro, Producer; Saul Adams, Associate Producer; Doug Kahn, Assignment Editor; Jim Watkins, Kaity Tong, Anchors; Sal Marchiano, Sports Anchor; Mr. G, Weather Anchor; Bob Pronovost, Director. Eyewitness News at 5 p.m.: The Aftermath of the Steam Pipe Blast. July 19, 2007. (WABC-TV). Jamie Nguyen, Tara Zimmerman, Producers; Chad Matthews, Executive Producer; Sade Baderinwa, Bill Ritter, Anchors; Lee Goldberg, Meteorologist; Ken Rosato, Stacey Sager, Emily Smith, Sarah Wallace, Reporters; Susan Greenstein, Director; Candy Martinez, Assistant Director; Chuck Patterson, Technical Director; Lisa Kidda, Deko Operator; Dave Mulewski, Media Manager; Shannon Sohn, Helicopter Reporter. FOX 5 Ten O'Clock News. July 18, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Scott Matthews, News Director; Mike Milhaven, Executive Producer; Deb Cheatham, Producer. My 9 News. July 18, 2007. (My 9 News WWOR). Harry Martin, Brenda Blackmon, News Anchors; Noah Gurock, Fran Ham, Producers; Kim Lowe, Assignment Editor; Tena Ezzeddine, Reporter; Josh Eure, Executive Producer.

GENERAL ASSIGNMENT A Miracle. March 20, 2007. (R News). Seth Voorhees, Reporter; Todd Krupa, Photojournalist. Freezing Apartments. March 7, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Charles Leaf, Reporter. Receipts Tossed Out. May 3, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Charles Leaf, Reporter. 3

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Topless Car Wash. August 19, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Virginia Huie, Talent; Jeremy Tannor, Photographer/Editor. Video Hit and Run. November 14, 2006. (News 12 Long Island). George Sells, Reporter; Andrew J. Singh, Photographer/Producer.

BREAKING NEWS STORY East Side Plane Crash. October 11, 2006. (WCBS-TV). Michael Haynes, Director; Brian Lowder, Assignment Editor; Jim Rosenfield, Anchor; Joe Biermann, Chopper Reporter; Scott Rapoport, Reporter. Steam Explosion. July 18, 2007. (WPIX-TV). Arthur Chi'en, Reporter; Tom Cassidy, Eric Talesnick, Kenton Young, Photographers; James Seelinger, Microwave Truck Operator; Jeremy Copas, Field Producer; Patricia Ivers, Video Editor; Mark Hammond, Bob Pronovost, Directors. Steam Pipe Explosion. July 18, 2007. (WABC-TV). Shannon Sohn, Helicopter Reporter; Bill Ritter, Sade Baderinwa, Anchors; Jeff Rossen, Stacy Sager, On-Scene Reporters; Paul Smith, Pilot; Mark Fetner, Director; Chad Matthews, Executive Producer; Zahir Sachedina, Senior Producer; Bryan Lenocker, Jamie Nguyen, Producers; Kim Dillon, Managing Editor; Brian McLaughlin, Howard Price, Marilu Galvez, Assignment Editors; David Mulewski, Media Manager; Robert Bonardi, Video Editor; Brian Sullivan, News Photographer; Walter Dawless, RF Engineer; Josh Bell, Writer; Jerry Lago, Danny Lamonthe, Photographers. Steampipe Explosion. July 18, 2007. (WNBC-TV). Jason Hartelius, Producer; Chuck Scarborough, Lynda Baquero, Anchors; Peter Facini, Managing Editor; Terry Meyers, Executive Producer; Amy Boon, Jim Unchester, Adam Stephan, Robert Moses, Assignment Editors; Steve Grymes, Director.

SPOT NEWS STORY Cory Lidle Crash. October 11, 2006. (My 9 News WWOR). Noah Gurock, Producer; Cora-Ann Mihalik, Megan Vega, Russ Salzberg, Barbara Nevins Taylor, Jennifer Jordan, Christine Persichette, Mike Gilliam, Tena Ezzeddine, Reporters; Harry Martin, Brenda Blackmon, Anchors; Steve Linden, Managing Editor; Richard F. Bagala, Writer/Producer; Kim Lowe, Assignment Editor; Josh Eure, Executive Producer. Darien Burglar. June 28, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). Dave Grunebaum, Reporter; Bob Cook, Rob Gwin, Photographers. Deadly Bronx Fire. March 8, 2007. (WABC-TV). Sarah Wallace, Reporter. Dig Out. March 17, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). Matthew Cyr, Photographer; Dave Grunebaum, Reporter. Steam Explosion. July 18, 2007. (WPIX-TV). Arthur Chi'en, Cathy Hobbs, Chris Glorioso, Reporters; Tom Cassidy, Eric Talesnick, Kenton Young, Dan Prado, Photographers; Doug Kahn, Assignment Editor; Jeremy Copas, Field Producer; John Houseman, Assistant News Director; Tim Armstrong, Executive Producer; Robert Cucchiaro, Producer; Saul Adams, Associate Producer; Bob Pronovost, Director. Subway Hero. January 2, 2007. (WCBS-TV). Ti-Hua Chang, Reporter/Producer/Writer.

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Masacre en Virgina Tech. April 16, 2007. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Liz Gonzalez, Reporter; Ektor Silva, Emanuel Parais, Photographers; Endy Rodriguez, Assignment Desk Editor. Mount Kisco Killing of Day Labor. May 1, 2007. (WXTV/Univision 41). Norma Morato, News Director; Alex Roland, Rolman Vergara, Reporters. Russo Continuing Coverage. September 5, 2006. (WNBC-TV). Melissa Russo, Reporter; Jamie McShane, Brian Derr, Producers. Son of Sam. May 7, 2007. (WCBS-TV). Scott Weinberger, Chief Investigative Reporter; Carl Gottlieb, Executive Producer; Sandra Kirkman Hines, Editor.

HARD NEWS: Single Story Airport I.D.. July 25, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). John Deutzman, Reporter; Jose Salvador, Vincent Mariani, Walter Rella, Producers. Exclusive Newark Police Ridealong. August 6, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Linda Schmidt, Reporter; Mauro Brattoli, Photographer; Vincent Mariani, Producer. Red Light Rabbi. November 29, 2006. (WCBS-TV). Scott Weinberger, Chief Investigative Reporter; Carl Gottlieb, Executive Producer; Pat Quinn, Editor. Serial Killer Caught. October 12, 2006. (News 12 Connecticut). David Springer, Reporter; Frank Bruce, Photographer; Melissa LaPointe, Producer. Trooper Crash Investigation. August 31, 2007. (News 12 New Jersey). John Klekamp, Reporter; Kristopher Schoenleber, Photographer.

HARD NEWS: Series Behind Bars Despite Recantations. May 7, 2007. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Luis Alejandro Medina, Reporter; Endy Rodriguez, Senior Assignment Desk Editor; Eddie Medina, Photographer. DNA: Link to Justice. October 11, 2006. (News 12 Connecticut). Melissa LaPointe, Producer; David Springer, Reporter; Frank Bruce, Photographer. Healing Our Heroes. April 26, 2007. (WPIX-TV). Chris Glorioso, Reporter; Kenton Young, Photographer. I-Team (Immigration Team). February 12, 2007. (WXTV Univision 41). Alex Roland, Reporter; Lourenco Blanco, Photographer/Editor. Shame, Shame, Shame ­ 9/11 Captive Insurance Fund. January 22, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Arnold Diaz, Reporter; Deborah Fountain, Vincent Mariani, Christal Roberts, Producers.

INVESTIGATIVE: Single Story Charity Car Donations. June 13, 2007. (WPIX-TV). Mary Murphy, Reporter. 5

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Organ Donor Theft. July 19, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Mary Garofalo, Investigative Reporter/Producer; Vincent Mariani, Producer; Alan Lesner, Photographer. Shame, Shame, Shame ­ Home Scam. May 14, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Arnold Diaz, Reporter; Angela Cascarano, Marilyn Salaway, Richard Spiropoulos, Producers. Sky Chefs. November 6, 2006. (WCBS-TV). Scott Weinberger, Chief Investigative Reporter; Carl Gottlieb, Executive Producer; Sandra Kirkman Hines, Editor; Linda Sachs, Producer. The Yard Blues: A Reality of Drugs & Prostitution. August 8, 2007. (News 12 The Bronx/Brooklyn). Erica Ferrari, Reporter. Tow Wars. February 12, 2007. (My 9 News WWOR). Brenda Flanagan, Reporter/Writer; J.L. Mitchell, Paul Tsakos, Photographers/Producers; Horatio Jennings III, Editor/Producer.

INVESTIGATIVE: Series 41 On Your Side: Illegal Buttocks Injections. August 7, 2007. (WXTV/Univision 41). Berenice Gartner, Reporter; Gema De Las Heras, Producer; Hector Moya, Jose R. Colon, Photographers/Editors. Fake Inspectors. February 6, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Mary Garofalo, Investigative Reporter/Producer; Ray Parisi, Executive Producer; Marilyn Salaway, Vincent Mariani, Alan Lesner, Walter Rella, Producers. Foul Mouthed Mayor. April 30, 2007. (WCBS-TV). Scott Weinberger, Chief Investigative Reporter; Emily Smolar, Senior Investigative Producer; Carl Gottlieb, Executive Producer; Sandra Kirkman Hines, Editor. No Way To Live. May 23, 2007. (My 9 News WWOR). Barbara Nevins Taylor, Researcher/Reporter/Writer; Brian Kartagener, Horatio Jennings III, Editors/Producers; Paul Tsakos, Photographer/Producer. Recruiting Lies. November 2, 2006. (WABC-TV). Jim Hoffer, Reporter/Producer; Daniela Royes, Producer; Bryan White, Robert Cantwell, Producer/Photographers.

FEATURE NEWS: Single Story Blinding Terror. September 10, 2006. (WXTV/Univision 41). Alex Roland, Reporter; Lourenco Blanco, Photographer/Editor; Alexander Bedoya, Editor. Blues Patrol. April 6, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). David Springer, Reporter; Christopher Wood, Photographer. Decade of Determination. May 11, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Elizabeth Hashagen, Producer; Brian Jingeleski, Photographer/Editor/ Producer. My Name is Wyatt. April 5, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). Frank Bruce, Photographer; Courtney Kane, Reporter. Relay for Life. May 19, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). Courtney Kane, Reporter; Frank Bruce, Jim Mennino, Photographers.

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Wheels to Water. October 4, 2006. (News 12 Long Island). Elizabeth Hashagen, Producer; Michael DelGiudice, Photographer/Editor; Brian Jingeleski, Producer/Editor.

FEATURE NEWS: Series Dina Matos McGreevey: Her Side of the Story. May 15, 2007. (WXTV/Univision 41). Mariela Salgado, Reporter; Naomi Pestana, Jose Arturo Lopez, Producers. Long Island Love Stories. September 26, 2006. (News 12 Long Island). Virginia Huie, Talent; Brian Endres, Dave Garden, Photographers/Editors; Peter Shapiro, Photographer; David Abrams, Editor. Reliving 9/11. September 2, 2006. (WXTV/Univision 41). Jose Arturo Lopez, Writer/Producer; Alexander Bedoya, Editor. The Wounds of War. August 21, 2007. (News 12 Westchester). Suzanne Colucci, Reporter/Producer; Eric Leeds, Editor; Frank Merola, Photographer; Justin Barbo, Producer. Women in Combat. May 14, 2007. (WNBC-TV). Michael Gargiulo, Reporter; Eduardo Alonzo, Photographer; Doug Taylor, Editor.

NEWS SPECIAL 9/11: Spirit of New York. September 11, 2006. (WPIX-TV). John Houseman, Executive Producer; Saul Adams, Producer; Jim Watkins, Kaity Tong, Anchors; Louis Schiro, Art Director; Scott Phillips, Animation Artist; Bob Pronovost, Director; Vanessa Tyler, Cathy Hobbs, Ellyn Marks, Peter Thorne, Mary Murphy, Glenn Thomson, Allison Kaden, Rob Hoell, Marvin Scott, Reporters. October Storm. October 24, 2006. (WGRZ-TV). Chris Gallant, Director/Editor. They Made a Mistake. July 2, 2007. (WGRZ-TV). Chris Gallant, Director/Editor; Scott Brown, Producer/Writer; Andy DeSantis, Photographer.

JOURNALISTIC ENTERPRISE Chris Glorioso Composite. April 26, 2007. (WPIX-TV). Chris Glorioso, Reporter. Elizabeth Hashagen Composite. October 4, 2006. (News 12 Long Island). Elizabeth Hashagen, Producer; Brian Jingeleski, Photographer/Editor. Jonathan Dienst. November 3, 2006. (WNBC-TV). Jonathan Dienst, Reporter. Russo Journalistic Enterprise. September 6, 2006. (WNBC-TV). Melissa Russo, Reporter. Seven on Your Side Stories. February 26, 2007. (WABC-TV). Tappy Phillips, Talent. The Investigators. November 2, 2006. (WABC-TV). Jim Hoffer, Reporter/Producer; Bryan White, Producer/Photographer.

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ARTS: News Bitter Fruit. February 23, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). Frank Bruce, Photographer; Amy Packham, Producer. Goodnight Alice. July 20, 2007. (Thirteen/WNET). Bob Morris, Producer. Hempstead Chorale. April 13, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Holli Haerr, Reporter/Writer; Andrew J. Singh, Photographer; James Luning, Valerie Gildea, Editors. Jess' Film. June 13, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Shoshana Rubin, Producer; Brian Endres, Photographer/Editor. That's So New York: Sleepwalkers. February 20, 2007. (NYC TV). George Schifini, Producer; Barney Murray, Editor.

ARTS: Program Feature/Segment Lloyd Kaufman on A.O.S.L.I. May 18, 2007. (CUNY TV). Brian A. Bernhard, Creator/Producer/Editor; Robert Isaacson, Executive Producer. Nuttin' But Stringz. January 26, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Laurie Orlando, Executive Producer; Staci Dunbar, Coordinating Producer; David Kornfield, Producer; Damien Drake, Director of Photography; Syndi Pilar, Benedict Kasulis, Editors. On the Scene: Portrait of Justice. December 2, 2006. (News 12 New Jersey). John Bathke, Correspondent/Writer/Producer; John Capriotti, Photographer; Richard O'Brien, Photographer/Editor. Thirteen Setting the Stage: Killin' Jazz at Lincoln Center with Wynton Marsalis. April 6, 2007. (Thirteen/WNET). Margi Kerns, Executive Producer; Marta Rangel Gibbons, Senior Producer/Writer; Edward Goldberg, Editor; Martha Griffin, Line Producer. Ticket: John Monteleone. September 7, 2006. (WLIW 21). Charlotte Cote, Producer. What Makes it Great? December 15, 2006. (Thirteen/WNET). Bob Morris, Producer.

ARTS: Program/Special Albert Paley: In Search of the Sentinel. March 6, 2007. (WXXI). Anthony Machi, Writer/Producer/Director. Canape: Basquiat +. August 23, 2007. (CUNY TV). Jerry Carlson, Sandrine Butteau, Bruno Giuliani, Producers; Robert Isaacson, Kareen Rispal, Executive Producers; Al Cacioppo, Associate Producer; Marieve Amy, Editor. Cool in Your Code ­ Best of Culture. September 12, 2006. (NYC TV). Hank Wasiak, Executive Producer/Host; William Morrison, Trevor Scotland, Executive Producers; D. Michael Aspite, Producer. DocStock featuring Albert Maysles. February 6, 2007. (Plum TV). Jage Toba, Executive Producer; Rebecca Carroll, Host/Producer. 8

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Juan's Basement featuring Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter. June 27, 2007. (Plum TV). Jage Toba, Executive Producer; Juan Pieczanski, Host/Producer.

ENTERTAINMENT: News Best of Long Island Composite. October 29, 2006. (News 12 Long Island). Elizabeth Hashagen, Reporter/Producer; Brian Jingeleski, Keith Feldman, Photographers/Editors. On the Scene: Punchlines and Purpose. June 23, 2006. (News 12 New Jersey). John Bathke, Correspondent/Writer/Producer; Bjørn Kils, Photographer; Richard O'Brien, Editor. Toni Senecal Composite. November 29, 2006. (WNYW FOX 5). Toni Senecal, Reporter/Producer.

ENTERTAINMENT: Program Feature/Segment The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden: Elton John and John Lennon. December 12, 2006. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Larry Israel, Mark Skilton, Executive Producers; Ollie Stokes, Supervising Producer; Stephen Palgon, Series Producer; Ryan Bader, Segment Producer; Josh Oshinsky, Editor. The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden: The Concert for Bangladesh. January 16, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Larry Israel, Mark Skilton, Executive Producers; Ollie Stokes, Supervising Producer; Stephen Palgon, Series Producer; Andrew Brenner, Segment Producer; Dara Kell, Editor. The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden: The Concert for New York. January 22, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Larry Israel, Mark Skilton, Executive Producers; Ollie Stokes, Supervising Producer; Stephen Palgon, Series Producer; Andrew Brenner, Segment Producer; Josh Oshinsky, Editor. Un dia en la corte del Rey Boricua. June 10, 2007. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Juan F. Garcia, Producer/Writer; Dean Kouvatsos, Editor.

ENTERTAINMENT: Program/Special Cool in Your Code ­ Best of Entertainment. September 26, 2006. (NYC TV). Hank Wasiak, Executive Producer/Host; William Morrison, Trevor Scotland, Executive Producers; D. Michael Aspite, Producer. Eat Out New York: Brooklyn Restaurants. November 1, 2006. (NYC TV). Kelly Choi, Host/Producer; Nomi Roher, William Fitzgerald, Directors of Production. Sabor de Nueva York ­ Manhattan. February 2, 2007. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Erika J. Marich, Executive Producer; Pedro Luis Garcia, Odalys Molina, Hosts; Hugo Balta, News Director. Secrets of New York ­TriBeCa: Mysteries of New York's Backlot Revealed. April 8, 2007. (NYC TV). Arick Wierson, Executive Producer; Harry Hunkele, Buboo Kakati, Adele Merlino, Producers. The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden. January 16, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Larry Israel, Creator & Executive 9

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Producer; Michael Bair, Michael Lardner, Creators; Mark Skilton, Executive Producer; Ollie Stokes, Supervising Producer; Stephen Palgon, Series Producer; Andrew Brenner, Ryan Bader, Segment Producers. YES' Ultimate Road Trip (Series Composite). April 8, 2007. (YES Network). Tracy Dolgin, John J. Filippelli, Executive Producers; Woody Freiman, Eric Marcolina, Supervising Producers; Janice C. Molinari, Series Producer; Lisa Molinari, Coordinating Producer; Patrick Denzer, David Eisenberg, Field Directors; Jonathan Soule, Amanda Durett Cercone, Rick Osterberg, Timothy Kelly, Post Producers; Beth Hurst, Beth Schoolfield, Production Managers; Justin Rabin, Production Coordinator; Michelle Beadle, Host.

HISTORICAL/CULTURAL: News Baseball in Africa: A Diamond in the Rough (Slave Castle Tour). February 15, 2007. (SNY). Brian Custer, Reporter; Curt Gowdy, Jr., Executive Producer; Michelle Murray, News Director; Craig Axelrod, Editor; Basche Warner, Photographer. Everett After. May 25, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). David Springer, Reporter; Mark Sogofsky, Photographer; Heather D. Holmes, Editor. The 1977 Blackout: Thirty Years Later. July 13, 2007. (Thirteen/WNET). Jim Epstein, Producer. The Healing Trees. September 11, 2006. (WPIX-TV). Mary Murphy, Reporter; David Scanlon, Editor. The Hudson's Hidden Treasure. August 7, 2007. (News 12 Westchester). Grace Noone, Reporter; Bart Dellarmi, Photographer/Editor.

HISTORICAL/CULTURAL: Program Feature/Segment Secrets of New York: Facelift (Segment 2). July 10, 2007. (NYC TV). Buboo Kakati, Producer; Arick Wierson, Executive Producer. Secrets of New York: FAO Schwarz. July 3, 2007. (NYC TV). Harry Hunkele, Producer; Arick Wierson, Executive Producer. Secrets of New York: Neue Galerie. July 3, 2007. (NYC TV). Harry Hunkele, Producer; Arick Wierson, Executive Producer. The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden: 1992 Democratic National Convention. December 26, 2006. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Larry Israel, Mark Skilton, Executive Producers; Ollie Stokes, Supervising Producer; Stephen Palgon, Series Producer; Ryan Bader, Segment Producer; Jason Weber, Dara Kell, Editors. The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden: Marilyn Monroe sings Happy Birthday. December 19, 2006. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Larry Israel, Mark Skilton, Executive Producers; Ollie Stokes, Supervising Producer; Stephen Palgon, Series Producer; Ryan Bader, Segment Producer; Christopher Nizza, Editor.

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Be Part of Your Park: A Birthday Invitation. July 21, 2007. (WABC-TV). Nancy Geraghty Kennedy, Executive Producer; Diane Oates, Producer; Heidi Jones, Lee Goldberg, Hosts. Colombia Puerta a Suramerica. July 20, 2007. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Martha J. Jaimes, Executive Producer; Patsi Arias, Luis Alejandro Medina, Hosts; Hugo Balta, News Director; Liliana Arango, Producer; David Hirschberg, Graphics; Hector Liriano, Gustavo Alonso, Photographers/Editors. Quisqueya La Bella. August 16, 2007. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Patsi Arias, Host; Ninoska Arriaga, Executive Producer; Endy Rodriguez, Producer. Hugo Balta, News Director; David Hirschberg, Graphics. Spring of '94. May 21, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Laurie Orlando, Stephen Palgon, Executive Producers; Staci Dunbar, Coordinating Producer; Andrew Brenner, Ryan Bader, Producers; Erik McMichael, Editor.

EDUCATION ESPN SportsFigures. August 6, 2007. (ESPN2). Holly Faison, Executive Producer; A. Dean Bell, Executive Producer/Writer/Director. Generation Jets, Show 412: Governor's Island. December 2, 2006. (WCBS-TV). William Zagger, Executive Producer; James Thompson, Writer; Michael Tricarico, Director. Nicaragua: A Journey Of Hope. March 20, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Danielle Campbell, Producer/Reporter; Keith Feldman, Photographer/Editor; Brian Endres, Editor. Reading: Your ABCs to Success/Making the Connection. September 16, 2006. (WABC-TV). Nancy Geraghty Kennedy, Executive Producer; Joni Cohen Zlotowitz, Producer; Sade Baderinwa, Host. What's Up in Finance? April 1, 2007. (Thirteen/WNET). Jill Peters, Executive Producer; Naomi Edelson, Arash Hoda, Producers; Edward Goldberg, Editor.

CHILDREN America's Camp. September 11, 2006. (WPIX-TV). Cathy Hobbs, Reporter; Marcia Parris, Producer; Tom Cassidy, Photographer; Jennifer Larned, Editor. Cool in Your Code ­ Hip Zips 4 Kids Compilation. September 5, 2006. (NYC TV). Hank Wasiak, Executive Producer/Host; William Morrison, Executive Producer; D. Michael Aspite, Producer. Generation Jets, Show 412: Governor's Island. December 2, 2006. (WCBS-TV). William Zagger, Executive Producer; James Thompson, Writer; Michael Tricarico, Director. Kids Clubhouse. August 4, 2007. (SNY). Andrew Lombardi, Producer; Julie Frahm, Supervising Producer; Curt Gowdy, Jr., Executive Producer; Amanda Cole, Talent. Protect Our Children: Too Sexy, Too Young? April 28, 2007. (WABC-TV). Jeelu Billimoria, Senior Producer; Diana Williams, Host.

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Al Leiter Hometown Tour ­ Yankees on Deck. August 5, 2007. (YES Network). Woody Freiman, Supervising Producer; Jason Feneque, Melissa Foreman-Tiles, Janice C. Molina, Lisa Molinari, Beth Hurst, Producers; John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer; Al Leiter, Talent. Boost Mobile Rock Corps: V-UP! Got 2 Give 2 Get, Episode 1. September 21, 2006. (NYC TV). Trevor Scotland, Producer/Executive Producer; Boost Mobile RockCorps, Producer/Executive Producer. Knicks Poetry Slam. February 23, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Laurie Orlando, Executive Producer; Anthony Harris, Producer; Staci Dunbar, Coordinating Producer; Roy Schneider, Editor. MSG, NY. December 22, 2006. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Laurie Orlando, Executive Producer; Dave Patterson, Coordinating Producer; Mike Santini, Producer; John Gallagher, Director; Jimmy Cavallo, Reporter; Jason Horowitz, Host. Project Guard. February 20, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Elizabeth Hashagen, Reporter/Producer; Brian Jingeleski, Photographer/Editor/Producer.

BUSINESS/CONSUMER Builders Gone Wild. April 30, 2007. (My 9 News WWOR). Barbara Nevins Taylor, Researcher/Reporter/Writer; Horatio Jennings III, Editor/Producer. Contractor Con Man. November 19, 2006. (My 9 News WWOR). Barbara Nevins Taylor, Researcher/Reporter/Writer; J.L. Mitchell, Paul Tsakos, Roy Isen, Photographers/Producers. Shame, Shame, Shame. June 25, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Arnold Diaz, Reporter; Deborah Fountain, Marilyn Salaway, Walter Rella, Producers. Smiley Face Wedding Dress. November 13, 2006. (WPIX-TV). Howard Thompson, Reporter; Monique Singh-Roy, Caroline Kovach, Producers; John Frasse, Photographer. Top 20 Travel Tips. August 4, 2007. (City Lights Television). Dave Noll, Christopher Stout, Judith Orlowski, Kent Takano, Executive Producers; Dylan Edgar, Producer. What Price Beauty. February 6, 2007. (My 9 News WWOR). Barbara Nevins Taylor, Researcher/Reporter/Writer; J.L. Mitchell, Paul Tsakos, Photographers/Producers.

ENVIRONMENT A Greener Greater Newark. May 24, 2007. (NJN Public Television). Bob Szuter, Writer/Producer; Elizabeth G. Christopherson, Janice Selinger, Executive Producers. Getting Down to Earth. April 16, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Elizabeth Hashagen, Producer/Reporter; Brian Jingeleski, Dave Garden, Photographers/Producers; Annette D'Ambrosi, Writer. Getting Down to Earth. April 21, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Elizabeth Hashagen, Producer/Reporter; Brian Jingeleski, Dave Garden, Photographers/Producers; Annette D'Ambrosi, Writer. 12

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Green Buildings. November 17, 2006. (Thirteen/WNET). Suzanne Glickstein, Producer. Greenpoint v. Exxon Mobil. May 11, 2007. (Thirteen/WNET). Suzanne Glickstein, Producer. The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden: No Nukes Concert. November 7, 2006. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Larry Israel, Mark Skilton, Executive Producers; Ollie Stokes, Supervising Producer; Stephen Palgon, Series Producer; Andrew Brenner, Segment Producer; Jed Tuminaro, Editor.

HEALTH/SCIENCE: News Amy's World. April 4, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). Rachel Reese, Producer; Courtney Kane, Reporter; Mark Sogofsky, Photographer. Fighting Dystonia. May 25, 2007. (WPIX-TV). Howard Thompson, Reporter; Monique Singh-Roy, Producer; John Frasse, Photographer. Living With Cancer. April 9, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). Stephanie Simao, Reporter; Frank Bruce, Photographer. The Awakening. February 8, 2007. (WGRZ-TV). Scott Brown, Reporter/Writer; Dave Harrington, Photographer. The Body Brokers. February 8, 2007. (News 12 New Jersey). Walt Kane, Reporter; Anthony Cocco, William Schlosser, Producers. Walk for Autism. November 6, 2006. (News 12 Long Island). Shoshana Rubin, Producer; Keith Feldman, Photographer/Editor.

HEALTH/SCIENCE: Program Feature/Segment A Deadly Blow. February 20, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Debi Gade, Reporter/Producer; Andrew J. Singh, Photographer; Crystal Von Urff, Editor. Autism Among Hispanic Children. April 28, 2007. (WXTV Univision 41). Berenice Gartner, Reporter; Gema De Las Heras, Producer; Jose R. Colon, Photographer/Editor. Breast Cancer: A Sister's Story. October 24, 2006. (News 12 Long Island). Shari Einhorn, Reporter; Vincent Shields, Photographer/Editor. Keeping Kids Healthy--Glycogen Storage Disease: An Endless Vigil. October 15, 2005. (Thirteen/WNET). Susan Berger Sabreen, Rich Sabreen, Executive Producers; A. Thomas Tebbens, Executive in Charge of Production; Rob Sweren, Producer; Dr. Winnie King, Host; Heidi Schlatter, Editor; Gary Bramnick, Resources Producer.

HEALTH/SCIENCE: Program/Special Breast Cancer: Progress and Promise. October 7, 2006. (WABC-TV). Jeelu Billimoria, Senior Producer; Diana Williams, Stacey Sager, Hosts. 13

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Keeping Kids Healthy--Friedreich's Ataxia: Living Life "Pretty Well". August 31, 2007. (Thirteen/WNET). Susan Berger Sabreen, Rich Sabreen, Executive Producers; A. Thomas Tebbens, Executive in Charge of Production; Tami Yeager, Producer; Dr. Winnie King, Host; Heidi Schlatter, Editor; Daniel McCarthy, Unit Manager; Gary Bramnick, Resources Producer; Spencer Foreman, MD, President.

CRIME ID THEFT. November 28, 2006. (My 9 News WWOR). Brenda Flanagan, Reporter/Writer. Inside Local 91. February 1, 2007. (WIVB-TV). Joseph Schlaerth, Executive Producer; Luke Moretti, Mike Mombrea, Producers. Plate Scam. July 11, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). John Deutzman, Reporter; Marilyn Salaway, Alan Lesner, Producers. They Made a Mistake. July 2, 2007. (WGRZ-TV). Chris Gallant, Director/Editor; Andy DeSantis, Photographer; Scott Brown, Producer/Writer.

POLITICS/GOVERNMENT Carolyn McCarthy ­ A Decade in D.C. March 7, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Colleen McVey, Reporter; Andrew J. Singh, Photographer; James Luning, Editor. Due Process ­ Death Penalty '07. January 7, 2007. (NJN Public Television). Sandra King, Executive Producer/Managing Editor; Henrietta S. Parker, Coordinating Producer; Raymond Brown, Host; Ian Turlin, Associate Producer; Jeff Friedman, Director. Sake of Argument. March 14, 2007. (WNBC-TV). Jay DeDapper, Melissa Russo, Reporters; Jamie McShane, Producer; Brian Quinn, Photographer. The Battle for Brooklyn. October 26, 2006. (Thirteen/WNET). Jim Epstein, Producer. Zamudio Vs. National Guard. November 14, 2006. (WPIX-TV). Peter Thorne, Reporter; Noreen Lark, Producer; Richard Marino, Editor.

RELIGION Apostle of Peace. April 14, 2007. (WKBW-TV). Paula DeAngelis, Producer; Claire A. Rung, Executive Producer; John Epolito, Video; Peter F. Herrmann, Engineer; Matt Potozniak, Editor. Birth of the God Squad. April 23, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Carol Silva, Reporter/Producer; Andrew J. Singh, Photographer; Crystal Von Urff, Editor. The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden: Pope John Paul II Visit to NYC. January 22, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy-Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Larry Israel, Mark Skilton, Executive Producers; Ollie Stokes, Supervising Producer; Stephen Palgon, Series Producer; Ryan Bader, Segment Producer; Christopher Nizza, Editor. 14

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The McDonald's Gospelfest 2007. June 3, 2007. (My 9 News WWOR). A. Curtis Farrow, Producer. They Made a Mistake. July 2, 2007. (WGRZ-TV). Chris Gallant, Director/Editor; Andy DeSantis, Photographer; Scott Brown, Producer/Writer.

SOCIETAL CONCERNS: News Cost of a Life. November 29, 2006. (WCBS-TV). Lou Young, Reporter. English Hits The Streets. February 28, 2007. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Madelyn Vega, Reporter. Fallen Angels. September 11, 2006. (WPIX-TV). Ellyn Marks, Reporter; Anthony Mazza, Photographer; David Scanlon, Editor. Jacqueline's Journey. August 28, 2007. (WPIX-TV). Alyssa Coleman, Reporter. Searching for Answers: The Children of 9/11. September 11, 2006. (WXTV/Univision 41). Alex Roland, Reporter; Jose R. Colon, Photographer/Editor.

SOCIETAL CONCERNS: Program Feature/Segment Harlem Church Closing. February 12, 2007. (WXTV/Univision 41). Norma Morato, News Director; Mariela Salgado, Victor J. Solano, Wanda Silva, Reporters. Newscenter Now ­ Saving Private Ryan. June 21, 2007. (WRNN-TV). Don Dudley, News Director; Carolyn Rowe, Reporter; Matt Rufo, Photographer; Phil Corsentino, Executive Producer. No Greater Love ­ Family Tributes to Long Island's Fallen Soldiers. May 21, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Virginia Huie, Producer; Brian Endres, Photographer/Editor. Rolling Thunder. May 4, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Lauren Sivan, Reporter; Dave Garden, Photographer; Marc Racenstein, Editor. Violencia Domestica ­ Rompiendo Barreras. October 16, 2006. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Yesenia Torres, Assignment Desk Manager; Endy Rodriguez, Senior Assignment Desk Editor; Arrate Isuzi Reich, Planning Editor; Rossy Peguero, Producer.

SOCIETAL CONCERNS: Program/Special Boost Mobile Rock Corps: V-UP! Got 2 Give 2 Get, Episode 2. September 28, 2006. (NYC TV). Trevor Scotland, Producer/Executive Producer; Boost Mobile RockCorps, Producer/Executive Producer. Clearing the Air. September 15, 2006. (Thirteen/WNET). Bob Morris, Julie Leonard, Producers. Hillside Believes In the Possibilities Of Adoption. June 13, 2007. (WROC-TV). Kevin Doran, James Gardner, Executive Producers; Sarah Clapper, Lisa Maynard, John Barr, Producers; Michael Leach, Post-Producer; Don Loy, Production Executive.

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Last Letters Home ­ A Memorial Day 2007 Special. May 26, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Virginia Huie, Producer; Brian Endres, Dave Garden, Photographers; James Luning, Editor.

SPORTS COVERAGE: Single Story Baseball in Africa: A Diamond in the Rough. February 11, 2007. (SNY). Brian Custer, Reporter; Curt Gowdy, Jr., Executive Producer; Michelle Murray, News Director; Basche Warner, Photographer. Bassick Pride. November 23, 2006. (News 12 Connecticut). Damian Andrew, Reporter; Mark Sogofsky, Photographer. Jose Reyes. March 7, 2007. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Veronica Contreras, Sports Anchor; Oel Alonso, Photographer. Longest Day of Golf. August 2, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). David Springer, Reporter; Christopher Wood, Bob Cook, Photographers. The Art of the Spelling Bee. May 30, 2007. (SNY). Will O'Toole, Producer; Chris Cotter, Reporter; Curt Gowdy, Jr., Executive Producer; Katie Sadler, Lane Feinstein, Associate Producers; Brian Cristiano, Photographer/Editor. Three Brothers Catching For The Ballgame. July 8, 2007. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Madelyn Vega, Anchor/Reporter.

SPORTS COVERAGE: Sportscast Hockey Night in New York. April 12, 2007. (WNBC-TV). Lauren Spencer, Executive Producer; Len Berman, Anchor; Bruce Beck, Otis Livingston, Deb Kaufman, Reporters; Ned Radovic, Dan Kerber, Jordan Brill, Producers. Joey Wahler: Best Sportscast. July 4, 2007. (News 12 New Jersey). Joey Wahler, Sports Anchor; Regina DiMaiuta, Director; Ryan Beckman, Photographer. Len Berman Sportscasts. September 18, 2006. (WNBC-TV). Len Berman, Sports Anchor; Lauren Spencer, Executive Producer; Ned Radovic, Dan Kerber, Jordan Brill, Producers.

SPORTS COVERAGE: Series Diminishing African-Americans in Baseball. August 12, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Reischea Canidate, Reporter/Producer; Joseph Seconi, Editor/Co-Producer. N.J. DEVILS 25th Anniversary. December 10, 2006. (News 12 New Jersey). George Falkowski, Producer; Charles Werneke, Anthony Cocco, Photographers; Michele Carnesi, Patrick Young, Creative Services.

SPORTS PROGRAMMING: Program Feature/Segment Darrelle Revis Profile. May 12, 2007. (SNY). Will O'Toole, Producer; Curt Gowdy, Jr., Executive Producer; Steve Overmyer, Reporter; Katie Sadler, Associate Producer; Brian Cristiano, Photographer/Editor. 16

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Mecca of Boxing: Ali vs. Frazier. June 24, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive VicePresident of Programming and Production; Laurie Orlando, Stephen Palgon, Executive Producers; Staci Dunbar, Coordinating Producer; Andrew Brenner, Kevin Wildes, Producers; Jed Tuminaro, Editor. Mecca of Boxing: Louis vs. Marciano. June 24, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Laurie Orlando, Stephen Palgon, Executive Producers; Staci Dunbar, Coordinating Producer; Andrew Brenner, Kevin Wildes, Producers; Jed Tuminaro, Editor. The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden: Stephane Matteau's Game Winner. January 16, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Larry Israel, Mark Skilton, Executive Producers; Ollie Stokes, Supervising Producer; Stephen Palgon, Series Producer; Andrew Brenner, Segment Producer; Alfonso Pozzo, Editor. The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden: Wrestlemania. December 5, 2006. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Larry Israel, Mark Skilton, Executive Producers; Ollie Stokes, Supervising Producer; Stephen Palgon, Series Producer; Andrew Brenner, Segment Producer; Josh Oshinsky, Editor. Yankeeography: Hideki Matsui, Act 5. June 27, 2007. (Major League Baseball Productions, for YES Network). Allison Potocki, Jeff Scott, Producers; John J. Filippelli, David Gavant, Dave Check, Executive Producers; Woody Freiman, Supervising Producer; John Sterling, Talent; Jeff Spaulding, Adam Schlackman, Coordinating Producers; James Potocki, Lead Producer.

SPORTS PROGRAMMING: Regularly Scheduled Program Mets Weekly Episode 12 "The Players". June 9, 2007. (SNY). Darin Byrne, Producer; Curt Gowdy, Jr., Executive Producer; Julie Frahm, Supervising Producer; Julie Donaldson, Talent. MIKE'D UP. June 24, 2007. (WNBC-TV). Doug Safchik, Executive Producer; Mike Francesa, Christopher Russo, Talent; John Gilmartin, Ofir Barnea, Directors; Dave Gulotta, Producer. MSG, NY. September 1, 2006. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Laurie Orlando, Executive Producer; Dave Patterson, Coordinating Producer; Mike Santini, Andrew Braun, Kyle Carney, Producers; John Gallagher, Rick Phillips, Luis Ruiz, Jim Maloney, Directors; Doug Weinstein, Glenn Petraitis, Mike Shea, George Wrage, Anthony Fucilli, Rick Stephens, Associate Directors; Melissa Chusid, Associate Producer; Jason Horowitz, John Giannone, Al Trautwig, Deb Kaufman, Hosts. New York Yankees Pre/Post Game. April 1, 2007. (YES Network). John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer; Woody Freiman, Supervising Producer; Bill Boland, Frank DiGraci, Jared Boshnack, Troy Benjamin, Drew Kaliski, Producers; Michael Cooney, John Purcell, Directors; Megan Bagnulo, George Wrage, Lee Lipschutz, Lea Darley, Associate Directors; Eric Roldan, Joe Calo, David Alfreds, Christa Robinson, EJ Gentile, Feature Producers; Bob Lorenz, Nancy Newman, Kimberly Jones, David Justice, Talent; Glenn Giangrande, Jeff Quagliata, Writers; Michael Medvin, Ryan Rutherford, Joe Auriemma, Rick Deutschman, Associate Producers. Yankeeography: Andy Pettitte. August 28, 2007. (Major League Baseball Productions, for YES Network). David Gavant, John J. Filippelli, Dave Check, Executive Producers; Woody Freiman, Supervising Producer; John Sterling, Talent; Jeff Spaulding, Adam Schlackman, Coordinating Producers; Jeff Scott, Brian Barrow, Chang Choi, Damien Rodriguez, Tareq Naouri, Brian Sales, Producers; Jim O'Hara, Lead Producer. 17

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Yankeeography: Hideki Matsui. June 27, 2007. (Major League Baseball Productions, for YES Network). John J. Filippelli, David Gavant, Dave Check, Executive Producers; Woody Freiman, Supervising Producer; John Sterling, Talent; Jeff Spaulding, Senior Producer; Adam Schlackman, Coordinating Producer; Jeff Scott, Steve Ahn, Brian Barrow, Chang Choi, Jason Katz, Allison Potocki, Damien Rodriguez, Dana Rubin, Producers; James Potocki, Lead Producer.

SPORTS PROGRAMMING: Program Series Jets 24/7 with Eric Mangini, Show 501. September 10, 2006. (WCBS-TV). William Zagger, Executive Producer; James Thompson, Senior Producer; Cameron Gordon, Producer; Vincent Accardi, Editor. The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden. October 31, 2006. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Larry Israel, Creator & Executive Producer; Michael Bair, Michael Lardner, Creators; Mark Skilton, Executive Producer; Ollie Stokes, Supervising Producer; Stephen Palgon, Series Producer; Marin Skific, Director; Andrew Brenner, Ryan Bader, Segment Producers. The Penn State Story. September 2, 2006. (CSTV). Michael Messner, Director. Un dia con Reggie Jackson. July 29, 2007. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Veronica Contreras, Sports Anchor; Oel Alonso, Photographer. Yankeeography. July 18, 2007. (Major League Baseball Productions, for YES Network). John J. Filippelli, David Gavant, Dave Check, Executive Producers; Woody Freiman, Supervising Producer; John Sterling, Talent; Jeff Spaulding, Adam Schlackman, Coordinating Producers; Jeff Scott, Steve Ahn, Brian Barrow, Chang Choi, Gina Hackett, Jason Katz, Daryl Martins, Allison Potocki, Damien Rodriguez, Dana Rubin, Tareq Naouri, Brian Sales, Producers; James Potocki, Jim O'Hara, Lead Producers.

SPORTS PROGRAMMING: Special Jets Nation: Draft Day 2007. April 28, 2007. (SNY). Will O'Toole, Producer; Curt Gowdy, Jr., Executive Producer; Katie Sadler, Mark Lewis, Associate Producers; Brian Cristiano, Editor/Photographer; Steve Overmyer, Brian Custer, Greg Buttle, Ray Lucas, Adam Schein, Talent; Tom Healy, Director. Mecca of Boxing. June 27, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Laurie Orlando, Stephen Palgon, Executive Producers; Staci Dunbar, Coordinating Producer; Andrew Brenner, Kevin Wildes, Producers; Jed Tuminaro, Editor; Gus Johnson, Talent. Road to 300. August 6, 2007. (SNY). Craig Germain, Producer; Curt Gowdy, Jr., Executive Producer; Matt Yallof, Host/Writer; Kevin Burkhardt, Reporter. The Olympic Zone: One Year Out. August 8, 2007. (WNBC-TV). Lauren Spencer, Executive Producer; Len Berman, Anchor; Steve Grymes, Director. Yankees Pre Game: The Passing of Phil Rizzuto. August 14, 2007. (YES Network). John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer; Woody Freiman, Supervising Producer; Frank DiGraci, Producer; John Purcell, Director; Joe Calo, Eric Roldan, Jerry McKenna, Segment Producers; Lea Darley, George Wrage, Associate Directors; Bob Lorenz, Michael Kay, Talent; Glenn Giangrande, Writer; Jeff Quagliata, Research. 18

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LIVE SPORTS EVENT: Program/Special, Series 2007 Mets Regular Season. March 3, 2007. (SNY). Curt Gowdy, Jr., Executive Producer; Gregg Picker, Producer; Bill Webb, Director; Tony Lanni, Dan Reagan, Contributing Directors; Dan Barr, Associate Producer; Bill Clarke, Senior Director of Operations; Jean Palmer, Manager of Remote Operations; Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez, Ron Darling, Kevin Burkhardt, Talent. Endless Drama. December 7, 2006. (YES Network). John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer; Frank DiGraci, Producer; Jon Wilson, Director; Troy Benjamin, Jay Altmeyer, Associate Directors; Mark Friedman, Associate Producer; Ian Eagle, Mark Jackson, Talent; Michelle Beadle, Reporter; Woody Freiman, Supervising Producer; Ed Delaney, Vice President of Operations; Tracy Dolgin, President and CEO; Michael Webb, Director of Operations; Robin Damian, Manager of Operations; Robert Brinkmann, Carolynne Kish, Production Managers; Leonard Cherson, Director of Stadium Operations; Ashley Fugazy, Talent and Production Supervisor; Adam Geller, Stage Manager. Nets Basketball 2006-2007. November 1, 2006. (YES Network). John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer; Frank DiGraci, Bill Boland, Drew Kaliski, Producers; Jon Wilson, Michael Cooney, Directors; Troy Benjamin, Jay Altmeyer, Associate Directors; Mark Friedman, Associate Producer; Ian Eagle, Mark Jackson, Marv Albert, Jim Spanarkel, Bob Lorenz, Nancy Newman, Chris Shearn, Talent; Michelle Beadle, Reporter; Woody Freiman, Supervising Producer; Ed Delaney, Vice President of Operations; Tracy Dolgin, President and CEO; Michael Webb, Director of Operations; Robin Damian, Manager of Operations; Robert Brinkmann, Carolynne Kish, Production Managers; Leonard Cherson, Director of Stadium Operations; Ashley Fugazy, Talent and Production Supervisor; Adam Geller, Stage Manager; Jared Boshnack, Producer/Creative Design; Jeff Quagliata, Research. New York Knicks Basketball. November 1, 2006. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive VicePresident of Programming and Production; Laurie Orlando, Executive Producer; Spencer Julien, Producer; Howie Singer, Director; Jim Gallagher, Paul Sullivan, Associate Directors; Kevin McHale, Graphics Coordinator; Mike Breen, Mike Crispino, Gus Johnson, Play by Play; Walt Frazier, Kenny Smith, Analysts; Al Trautwig, Host/Reporter. New York Rangers Hockey. October 1, 2006. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive VicePresident of Programming and Production; Laurie Orlando, Executive Producer; Joe Whelan, Producer; Bobby Lewis, Director; Paula McHale, Steve Napolitani, Fran O'Connell, Paul Sullivan, Associate Directors; Steve Daily, Graphics Coordinator; Sam Rosen, Play by Play; Joe Micheletti, Analyst; Al Trautwig, Host; Dave Maloney, Commentator; John Giannone, Stan Fischler, Reporters.

DOCUMENTARY Dangerous Silence. February 8, 2007. (WNED-TV). Paul Lamont, Regina Ticco, Producers. First Light: Montauk Point Lighthouse. May 27, 2007. (WVVH-TV). Thomas Garber, Producer/Director/Writer. The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden: Series Finale. January 22, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Larry Israel, Mark Skilton, Executive Producers; Ollie Stokes, Supervising Producer; Stephen Palgon, Series Producer; Marin Skific, Director; Andrew Brenner, Ryan Bader, Segment Producers. 19

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The Concert for New Orleans Remembered. August 29, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Laurie Orlando, Stephen Palgon, Executive Producers; Staci Dunbar, Coordinating Producer; Andrew Brenner, Producer; Jed Tuminaro, Editor.

INTERVIEW/DISCUSSION Cool in Your Code ­ Back on The Block: Eli Wallach. August 21, 2007. (NYC TV). Hank Wasiak, Executive Producer/Host; William Morrison, Executive Producer; D. Michael Aspite, Producer. New York Voices. September 11, 2006. (Thirteen/WNET). Rafael Pi Roman, Host. Richard French Live ­ Compilation. November 27, 2006. (WRNN-TV). Richard French, Anchor/Host; Jessica Tomidy, Producer; Michael B. Macedonia, Director. SNY Spotlight: Tom Seaver. July 2, 2007. (SNY). Marc Davis, Producer; Curt Gowdy, Jr., Executive Producer; Gary Apple, Host. Thirteen Setting the Stage: Interview with David Rockwell, "Spectacle". April 6, 2007. (Thirteen/WNET). Margi Kerns, Executive Producer/Director; Jed Parker, Co-Director/Editor; Marta Rangel Gibbons, Senior Producer/Writer; Martha Griffin, Line Producer.

MAGAZINE PROGRAM Cool in Your Code ­ Woodside. September 19, 2006. (NYC TV). Hank Wasiak, Executive Producer/Host; William Morrison, Trevor Scotland, Executive Producers; D. Michael Aspite, Producer. New York 360: Composite. January 12, 2007. (NYC TV). Amy Palmer, Producer/Host. New York Voices. September 11, 2006. (Thirteen/WNET). John DeNatale, Executive Producer. Nueva York Selects: Second Season. August 2, 2007. (CUNY TV). Jerry Carlson, Robert Isaacson, Senior Producers; Jay Hershenson, Executive Producer; Gisela Sanders-Alcántara, Mario Rosales, Sarah Foudy, Wilson Reyes, Diana Vargas, Producers/Editors. State of the Arts ­ "Old Is New". November 9, 2006. (NJN Public Television). Christopher Benincasa, Amber Edwards, Producers; Nila Aronow, Executive Producer.

SPECIAL EVENT COVERAGE ABC-7 Presents: The 44th Annual Newsday Marching Band Festival. December 9, 2006. (WABC-TV). Nancy Geraghty Kennedy, Executive Producer; Jeelu Billimoria, Senior Producer; Diane Oates, Joni Cohen Zlotowitz, Producers; Joe Torres, Host. ABC-7 Presents: The New York Comedy Festival. December 4, 2006. (WABC-TV). Nancy Geraghty Kennedy, Executive Producer; Diane Oates, Joni Cohen Zlotowitz, Producers; Sam Champion, Bill Evans, Lauren Glassberg, Hosts. BomPlenazo. June 29, 2007. (BronxNet). Michael Max Knobbe, Executive Producer/Videographer; Sean McGinn, Producer/Videographer/Editor; Felipe Garcia, Segment Producer/Videographer. 20

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Reel Talk ­ Celebrating the Oscars. February 24, 2007. (WNBC-TV). Michael Avila, Producer; Jeffrey Lyons, Alison Bailes, Hosts; Susan McNeeley, Director; Adam Siegel, Anthony Innarelli, Editors. The Hamptons: A Summer Classic. September 9, 2006. (WCBS-TV). Kirstin Cole, Host/Reporter; Bernadette Verzosa, Stephanie Cassell, Producers; Chris Wragge, Host; Franca Braatz, Executive Producer; Jim Quodomine, Joe Garufi, Terence Allen Nelson, Cameras; Leslie Boone, Editor. V-UP! Got 2 Give 2 Get ­ Episode 4. October 13, 2006. (NYC TV). Paul Hunter, Haley Moffett, Producers; Boost Mobile RockCorps, Producer/Executive Producer; Stephen Greene, Chris Robinson, Grady Lee, Executive Producers; Developed by Noel Eisenberg; Chris Garrett, Event Production.

COMMUNITY/PUBLIC SERVICE (PSAs): Single Spot, Campaign 25 Stories for 25 Years of HIV/AIDS Campaign. December 1, 2006. (NY1). Patricia Obermeier, Executive Producer; Alex Gonzalez, Writer/Producer. Artwalk 07 PSA. June 1, 2007. (Time Warner Cable). Mac Premo, Director/Producer/Editor/Animator. Green NYC. June 11, 2007. (NYC TV). Trevor Scotland, Producer/Executive Producer; Willy Wong, Creative Director; Ashley Jacobs, SVP Marketing; Todd St. John, Director/Creative Director/Designer; Julie Shevach, Producer; Ryan Waller, Designer; Christopher Gereg, Animator; Phil Pinto, Editor; Charles Lovejoy, Sacred Noise, Music. Jackie Robinson. April 15, 2007. (WPIX-TV). Carlos Austin, Executive Producer; Steve Hutnikoff, Editor; Jeremy Copas, Producer. NBC Universal On The Set. September 1, 2006. (Bravo). Gina DaDan, Executive Producer; Dewey Thompson, Pickerel Pie Entertainment, Producer; Maurice Marable, Director. RMA Friday Night K2 Promo. February 15, 2007. (Thirteen/WNET). Felicia van Os, Project Creative Director; Mara Posner, Senior Producer; George Motz, Director of Photography; Margi Kerns, Thirteen Creative Director.

PROMOTION: News Promo ­ Single Spot, Campaign FOX 5 Sky Guardian: Big Fat Zero. June 2, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Ken Ashley, Producer; Andy Gay, Designer. FOX 5 Sky Guardian: Nick Explains. July 13, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Ken Ashley, Producer; Mauro Brattoli, Camera. My Neighborhood News. January 8, 2007. (My 9 News WWOR). Mike Padnes, Producer; Mauro Brattoli, Camera. New York Times Closeup Campaign. March 15, 2007. (NY1). Patricia Obermeier, Executive Producer; Alex Gonzalez, Writer/Producer; Rob Kahn, Composer; Trollbäck + Company, Graphics; Christopher Mullen, Art Director.

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Son of Sam 30 Years Later. May 4, 2007. (WCBS-TV). Bruce E. Brauer, Executive Producer; Lee E. Grossman, Writer/Producer; William Lee, Producer/Editor; Jon Paul LoMonaco, Design Director. Weather Facts. June 6, 2007. (WCBS-TV). Bruce E. Brauer, Executive Producer; Lee E. Grossman, Brad Soltoff, Writers/Producers; William Lee, Producer/Editor; Jon Paul LoMonaco, Design Director.

PROMOTION: News Promo ­ Special, Image-News 4HD. March 9, 2007. (WNBC-TV). David Hyman, Executive Producer. Commutercast on the CW11 Morning News. October 16, 2006. (WPIX-TV). Vas Mountzouros, Writer/Producer; John Zeigler, Creative Director; Jim Cutler, Voice Talent. FOX 5 News at 10 p.m.: 40th Anniversary. February 19, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Ken Ashley, Producer; Andy Gay, Designer. Julie in Korea. April 27, 2007. (WPIX-TV). Erica Hom-Yern, Writer/Producer/Editor; John Zeigler, Creative Director; Jim Cutler, Voice Talent. New York Nightly News. August 30, 2007. (WNBC-TV). David Hyman, Executive Producer. Ring of Fire: The Emile Griffith Story. March 1, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Steve Mars, Doug Field, Executive Producers; Steve deGroot, Producer; Orrin Zucker, Graphic Design.

PROMOTION: Program Promo ­ Single Spot, Campaign HeftyBack. December 22, 2006. (WPIX-TV). Bill Kirschbaum, Writer/Producer; John Zeigler, Creative Director; Jim Cutler, Voice Talent; Regi Ransdell, Graphic Designer; Mitch & Ira Yuspeh, Musical Composition/Arrangement. MSG Originals Campaign. May 1, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive VicePresident of Programming and Production; Steve Mars, Executive Producer; Eric Jergensen, Producer; Rob Sabatini, Graphic Design; Stephen Palgon, Andrew Brenner, Directors; Iyna Bort, Copywriter. MSG Originals: The Concert for New Orleans Remembered. August 1, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Steve Mars, Executive Producer; Eric Jergensen, Producer; Rob Sabatini, Graphic Design; Stephen Palgon, Andrew Brenner, Directors; Iyna Bort, Copywriter; Dan Williams, Editor. MSG Originals: The Concert for New York City Remembered. August 15, 2007. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Steve Mars, Executive Producer; Eric Jergensen, Producer; Rob Sabatini, Graphic Design; Iyna Bort, Copywriter. The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden ­ "Dream Like New York". September 15, 2006. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Steve Mars, Craig Silverstein, Executive Producers; Eric Jergensen, Producer; Dan Williams, Graphic Design.

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The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden ­ "Timeline". September 15, 2006. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Steve Mars, Executive Producer; Scott Weinstock, Writer/Producer.

PROMOTION: Program Promo ­ Sports, Image-Station Fox Syracuse DOT com. June 15, 2007. (WSYT-TV). Michael Cherniak, Writer/Producer. Mets Model 2007. April 13, 2007. (SNY). Jeff Goldman, Producer. Subway Series Chant. May 5, 2007. (WPIX-TV). Ari Pitchenik, Writer/Producer/Editor; John Zeigler, Creative Services Director; Ace Zaken, Photographer; Han Gyeol Lyu, Graphic Designer; Jordan Seamen, Bill Mastorakis, Post Production Producers; Jim Cutler, Voice Talent. The ING New York City Marathon. October 13, 2006. (WNBC-TV). Ingrid Taveras, Writer/Producer. Thirteen HD: You Can't Turn Away! May 25, 2007. (Thirteen/WNET). Margi Kerns, Executive Producer/Director; David Chomowicz, Project Creative Director; Jed Parker, Editor; Joshua E. Cohen, Line Producer. Yankees 2007 Season Launch. March 15, 2007. (YES Network). John Brueckner, Creative Director; Joe Pepitone, Senior Producer; John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer.

COMMERCIAL: Single Spot Bobby Granger: Rangers Tickets. September 15, 2006. (MSG Network). Lydia Murphy Stephans, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production; Steve Mars, Jeanie Baumgartner, Executive Producers; Ken Licata, Producer; Brendan Gibbons, Director; Mike Pierantozzi, Guy Barnett, Copywriters. Dairy Queen "Inhaling". May 3, 2007. (WSYR). Tim Mellors, Vice Chairman; Ari Halper, SVP/Creative Director; Steve Krauss, Art Director; Seth Gorenstein, Producer. Levantate con El Vacilon. April 2, 2007. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Armando Castro III, Producer; Raúl Alarcón, Jr., Agustin Fernandez III, Directors; Eddie Urrutia, Editor; Michael Carnase, Creative Director; Alvaro Segura, Graphic Artist. Lincoln Center: Be Moved. July 20, 2007. (WNBC-TV). Ingrid Taveras, Writer/Producer. Wildlife Conservation Society: The Great Return. August 4, 2007. (WNBC-TV). Ingrid Taveras, Writer/Producer. YESNetwork.com. April 4, 2007. (YES Network). Daniel Guernsey, Senior Producer; John Brueckner, Creative Director; John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer.

ON-CAMERA TALENT: Anchor ­ News Chris Wragge. August 8, 2007. (WCBS-TV). Composite. Jorge Ramos. June 28, 2007. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Composite. 23

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Mary Calvi. October 2, 2006. (WCBS-TV). Breaking News: Amish School Shooting. Maryalice Demler. September 1, 2006. (WGRZ-TV). Composite. Matt Mulcahy. February 15, 2007. (WSTM-TV). Composite.

ON-CAMERA TALENT: Anchor ­ Weather Andrea Romero. September 1, 2006. (WNJU Telemundo 47). Composite. Bill Evans. November 3, 2006. (WABC-TV). Meteorologist Bill Evans in Action. Brysen VanEck. February 1, 2007. (News 12 Westchester). Composite. Paul Piorek. October 27, 2006. (News 12 Connecticut). Composite.

ON-CAMERA TALENT: Anchor ­ Sports Al Trautwig. October 1, 2006. (MSG Network). Composite. Joey Wahler. June 23, 2007. (News 12 New Jersey). Composite. John Giannone. September 1, 2006. (MSG Network). Composite. Len Berman. September 11, 2006. (WNBC-TV). Composite.

ON-CAMERA TALENT: Reporter ­ Features David Springer. April 6, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). Composite. Ellyn Marks. September 11, 2006. (WPIX-TV). Composite. George Falkowski. September 11, 2006. (News 12 New Jersey). Composite. Rich Newberg. December 19, 2006. (WIVB-TV). The Gray Ghosts. Scott Rapoport. December 26, 2006. (WCBS-TV). Composite.

ON-CAMERA TALENT: Reporter ­ General Assignment Cathy Hobbs. September 11, 2006. (WPIX-TV). Composite. Chris Glorioso. April 16, 2007. (WPIX-TV). Composite. Linda Schmidt. January 7, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Composite. Seth Voorhees. March 20, 2007. (R News). Composite. 24

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ON-CAMERA TALENT: Reporter ­ Investigative Arnold Diaz. January 22, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Composite. Barbara Nevins Taylor. May 7, 2007. (My 9 News WWOR). Composite: "No Way To Live" and "Price of Beauty". Jim Hoffer. November 2, 2006. (WABC-TV). Hoffer Reports.

ON-CAMERA TALENT: Reporter ­ Live Alice Gainer. August 29, 2007. (News 12 New Jersey). Composite: Trench Collapse Rescue. John Del Giorno. April 6, 2007. (WABC-TV). Composite. Patricia Del Rio. February 16, 2007. (WPIX-TV). Composite. Tony Caputo. July 6, 2007. (News 12 New Jersey). Composite.

ON-CAMERA TALENT: Reporter ­ Specialty Assignment Arnold Diaz. May 9, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Composite. Elizabeth Hashagen. October 26, 2006. (News 12 Long Island). Best of Long Island. Howard Thompson. May 7, 2007. (WPIX-TV). Composite. Sandra King. January 7, 2007. (NJN Public Television). Composite. Sapna Parikh, M.D. April 4, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Composite. Tappy Phillips. October 20, 2006. (WABC-TV). Missing Mammograms.

ON-CAMERA TALENT: Reporter ­ Sports Bryan DeNovellis. November 28, 2006. (News 12 New Jersey). Composite. Damian Andrew. November 23, 2006. (News 12 Connecticut). Bassick Pride. Kurt Siegelin. February 19, 2007. (News 12 New Jersey). Composite. Scott Stanford. July 15, 2007. (My 9 News WWOR). Composite.

ON-CAMERA TALENT: Commentator/Editorialist Bob Wolff. July 4, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Bob Wolff's Point of View. 25

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Heather Kovar. September 5, 2006. (News 12 Connecticut). Lack of Letters. Richard French. March 29, 2007. (WRNN-TV). Richard French Live.

ON-CAMERA TALENT: Program Host/Moderator Al Trautwig. June 1, 2007. (MSG Network). Composite. Gary Apple. April 12, 2007. (SNY). Composite. Hank Wasiak. September 5, 2006. (NYC TV). Cool in Your Code Composite. Lynn Redgrave. April 6, 2007. (Thirteen/WNET). Thirteen Setting the Stage. Rafael Pi Roman. September 11, 2006. (Thirteen/WNET). Composite.

ON-CAMERA TALENT: Performer/Narrator Jennifer Emens. April 26, 2007. (NYC TV). Composite. Kari Loya. April 10, 2007. (NYC TV). Secrets of New York: Composite. Kari Loya. July 5, 2007. (NYC TV). Green NYC. Kathleen France. December 11, 2006. (NYC TV). Blueprint|NYC: Central Park (Segment 1).

ON-CAMERA TALENT: Sports Play-by-Play Gary Cohen. April 24, 2007. (SNY). Composite. Ian Eagle. November 1, 2006. (YES Network). Composite. Marv Albert. November 1, 2006. (YES Network). Composite. Mike Breen. November 1, 2006. (MSG Network). Composite. Mike Emrick. October 1, 2006. (FSN New York). Composite.

ON-CAMERA TALENT: Sports Analyst Billy Jaffe. October 1, 2006. (FSN New York). Composite. Joe Micheletti. October 1, 2006. (MSG Network). Composite. Mark Jackson. November 1, 2006. (YES Network). Composite. Ron Darling. April 20, 2007. (SNY). Composite. 26

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DIRECTOR: News, Live or Live to Tape Bill Webb. September 18, 2006. (SNY). Composite. Bob Pronovost. October 11, 2006. (WPIX-TV). Composite. David Kalmowitz. October 4, 2006. (WPIX-TV). Composite. David Kimmel. May 16, 2007. (WPIX-TV). Composite. Tom Wisnosky. September 11, 2006. (WPIX-TV). Composite.

DIRECTOR: Post Production Buboo Kakati. July 10, 2007. (NYC TV). Secrets of New York: Composite. Harry Hunkele. April 10, 2007. (NYC TV). Secrets of New York: Composite. Margi Kerns and Jed Parker. April 6, 2007. (Thirteen/WNET). Thirteen Setting the Stage ­ Ballet Hispanico/Rockwell. Nomi Roher. September 13, 2006. (NYC TV). Eat Out New York: Composite. Roland Le Breton. April 28, 2007. (NYC TV). Secrets of New York: TriBeCa, Mysteries of New York's Backlot Revealed.

WRITER: News Courtney Kane. April 4, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). Composite. David Springer. April 6, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). Composite. Scott Brown. February 8, 2007. (WGRZ-TV). Composite. Scott Feldman. June 7, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Composite. Virginia Huie. July 23, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Fighting Spirit.

WRITER: Program Buboo Kakati. July 10, 2007. (NYC TV). Secrets of New York: The Bridges of NYC. Harry Hunkele. April 10, 2007. (NYC TV). Secrets of New York: Pioneering Moments in New York City History. Harry Hunkele, Buboo Kakati and Adele Merlino. April 28, 2007. (NYC TV). Secrets of New York: Tribeca ­ Mysteries of New York's Backlot Revealed. 27

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Harry Hunkele. July 3, 2007. (NYC TV). Secrets of New York: New York $ity ­ Most Valuable. Marvin Scott. December 31, 2006. (WPIX-TV). A New York Christmas in Iraq. Rich Mello. December 18, 2006. (NYC TV). Blueprint NYC: Brooklyn Heights.

WRITER: Short Form Harry Hunkele and Adele Merlino. April 28, 2007. (NYC TV). Secrets of New York: Tribeca ­ Mysteries of the New York's Backlot Revealed ­ Well Ghost. Iyna Bort. August 1, 2007. (MSG Network). MSG Originals Spots. Malachy Marie Williams. January 15, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Colors of Life/FOX 5. Michelle Straebler. October 28, 2006. (WNBC-TV). Composite.

WRITER: Sports Jeff Scott. June 27, 2007. (Major League Baseball Productions, for YES Network). Yankeeography: Hideki Matsui, Acts 2 & 3 and Andy Pettitte, Act 3. Kevin McCabe. October 28, 2006. (Bills Television Network). Composite.

PHOTOGRAPHER: News Brian Endres. May 28, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Composite. Brian Jingeleski. May 10, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Decade of Determination. Frank Bruce. April 5, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). Composite. Joselito Rivera. January 25, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). Composite. Michael DelGiudice. May 15, 2007. (WNBC-TV). Composite.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Program Elliot Stern. April 28, 2007. (NYC TV). Secrets of New York: Tribeca. Matt Peterson and Samson Chan. October 31, 2006. (MSG Network). The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden. Steven DelMonte. March 6, 2007. (WXXI). Albert Paley: In Search of the Sentinel. Wiener Milien. April 10, 2007. (NYC TV). Secrets of New York: Composite. 28

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PHOTOGRAPHER: Sports Brian Cristiano. March 3, 2007. (SNY). Composite. Mark Sogofsky. November 23, 2006. (News 12 Connecticut). Bassick Pride. Tom Rome. August 28, 2007. (Major League Baseball Productions for YES Network). Yankeeography: Andy Pettitte.

EDITOR: News Brian Jingeleski. May 10, 2007. (News 12 Long Island). Decade of Determination. Brian Jingelski. October 4, 2006. (News 12 Long Island). Composite. Christopher Wood. April 6, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). Composite. Frank Bruce. April 5, 2007. (News 12 Connecticut). Composite. Michael DelGiudice. May 15, 2007. (WNBC-TV). Composite. Sandra Kirkman Hines. May 23, 2007. (WCBS-TV). Composite.

EDITOR: Program Benedict Kasulis and Syndi Pilar. January 26, 2007. (MSG Network). Nuttin' But Stringz. Buboo Kakati. July 10, 2007. (NYC TV). Secrets of New York: Composite. George Schifini. April 28, 2007. (NYC TV). Secrets of New York: Tribeca ­ Mysteries of New York's Backlot Revealed. Josh Oshinsky and Garry Krey. December 6, 2006. (MSG Network). The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden ­ Wrestlemania. Josh Oshinsky and Garry Krey. December 12, 2006. (MSG Network). The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden ­ History of the Golden Gloves. Roy Schneider. February 23, 2007. (MSG Network). Knicks Poetry Slam.

EDITOR: Short Form Andrew Donohue. October 1, 2006. (NYC TV). Composite. Andrew Donohue. September 20, 2006. (NYC TV). NYC TV Body Moving. Chris Kaas. September 1, 2006. (WNBC-TV). Composite. 29

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Don Kaplan. October 1, 2006. (MSG Network). "Anthem". Marlon Mazo. November 10, 2006. (WXTV/Univision 41). Barbara Bermudo in New York: Primer Impacto Local Promo.

EDITOR: Sports Damien Rodriguez. August 28, 2007. (Major League Baseball Productions, for YES Network). Yankeeography: Andy Pettitte Act 1 & Hideki Matsui Act 1. Dan Williams. April 15, 2007. (MSG Network). Rangers Playoff Teaser. Joe Calo. November 1, 2006. (YES Network). Composite. Mark Sogofsky. November 23, 2006. (News 12 Connecticut). Bassick Pride. Todd Crites. October 31, 2006. (MSG Network). The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden.

AUDIO Dan Walsh. March 22, 2007. (YES Network). 5 Years of YES. Jennifer Emens. April 10, 2007. (NYC TV). Secrets of New York: Tribeca ­ Mysteries of New York's Backlot Revealed. Mike Ryan. October 31, 2006. (MSG Network). The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden.

GRAPHICS Filip Prochazka. October 13, 2006. (WNBC-TV). The ING NYC Marathon. Jared Boshnack, Mark Friedman, Rick Deutschman, Jerry McKenna, Simon Potter and Brian Spector. October 1, 2006. (YES Network). Composite. Luke Choi. August 25, 2007. (WNBC-TV). LXTV Graphics. Rob Sabatini. May 1, 2007. (MSG Network). MSG Originals. Roland Le Breton, Mayumi Sato, Larissa Starikova and Jeff Watts. April 28, 2007. (NYC TV). Secrets of New York: Composite. Roland Le Breton. September 10, 2006. (NYC TV). Composite.

SET DESIGN Doug Carnevale. May 1, 2007. (MSG Network). MSG Vault. Mina Albergo. September 1, 2006. (MSG Network). The Boomer Esiason Show. 30

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Rob Riley and Jared Boshnack. March 1, 2007. (YES Network). Yankees Spring Training Interviews.

LIGHTING Dennis Size and Scott Wolfeil. October 1, 2006. (YES Network). CenterStage. Doug Carnevale. May 1, 2007. (MSG Network). MSG Vault. Doug Carnevale. September 1, 2006. (MSG Network). The Boomer Esiason Show.

CRAFT SPECIALTY: Makeup Angel Martinez. April 30, 2007. (WXTV/Univision 41). Composite. Roberto Casey. April 1, 2007. (NYC TV). The 50th Annual New York Emmy® Awards.

TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT David Kimmel, Anthony Mazza, and Marian Morales. December 3, 2006. (WPIX-TV). CW 11 Morning News Composite. Henry Ramos, Richard Zmijewski, Eric Leeds, Steve Saslow, Sean Kennedy, Myles Rich, Chris Bacon and Janine Rose. July 25, 2007. (News 12 Westchester). Empire State Games Opening Ceremony.

RESEARCH Buboo Kakati. July 10, 2007. (NYC TV). Secrets of New York: The Bridges of New York City. Mary Garofalo. March 20, 2007. (WNYW FOX 5). Fake Inspectors. Rich Newberg, Rich Ersing, Luke Moretti, Kimberly Root and Joe Schlaerth. December 19, 2006. (WIVBTV). Rebirth on the Waterfront.

ADVANCED MEDIA: Arts/Entertainment Fashion Show: John Galliano. February 17, 2007. (Style.com). Richard Glosser, Executive Producer; Harris Levinson, Supervising Producer; Jamie Pallot, Editorial Director; Dirk Standen, Editor-In-Chief, Style.com & Men.Style.com; Jennifer Hirshlag, Deputy Managing Editor, Style.com; Elizabeth Hummer, Producer; Tim Blanks, Host/Producer. Fashion Show: Marc Jacobs. February 7, 2007. (Style.com). Richard Glosser, Executive Producer; Harris Levinson, Supervising Producer; Jamie Pallot, Editorial Director; Dirk Standen, Editor-In-Chief, Style.com & Men.Style.com; Jennifer Hirshlag, Deputy Managing Editor, Style.com; Elizabeth Hummer, Producer; Kim Zatina, Michael Perlo, Associate Producers; Julie Yuen, Video Editor; Tim Blanks, Host/Producer.

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GIGS ­ Composite. July 25, 2007. (NYC TV). Cree Fertitta, Producer; William Fitzgerald, Executive Producer/Director of Production; George Schifini, Editor; Jeff Watts, Graphic Designer. Obsessives: Paul Smith. August 29, 2007. (Men.Style.com). Richard Glosser, Executive Producer; Harris Levinson, Supervising Producer; Jamie Pallot, Editorial Director; Dirk Standen, Editor-In-Chief, Style.com & Men.Style.com; Tyler Thoreson, Executive Editor, Men.Style.com; Elizabeth Hummer, Producer; Julie Yuen, Editor; Michael Perlo, Associate Producer; Tim Blanks, Host/Producer. Store Tours: L.A. Store Tour, Jack Taylor. December 12, 2006. (Men.Style.com). Richard Glosser, Executive Producer; Harris Levinson, Melissa Haggerty, Supervising Producers; Jamie Pallot, Editorial Director; Dirk Standen, Editor-In-Chief, Style.com & Men.Style.com; Tyler Thoreson, Executive Editor, Men.Style.com; Erica Forstadt, Producer; Stephen Wallen, Editor; Michael Perlo, Associate Producer.

ADVANCED MEDIA: Commercial Butterfly Elegance. December 26, 2006. (TLC). Brian Cristiano, Director/Producer; Eddie Porter, Special Effects Director. Tanqueray Rangpur. March 17, 2007. (TanquerayRangpur.com). Tim Mellors, Chief Creative Director; Peter Mattei, Jon Kallus, Writers; Adam Kahn, Art Director; Jared Schlemovitz, Jim Heekin, Producers; Joe Reilly, Interactive Designer; Lauren Tuttman, Content Producer; Madhuri Sharma, Assistant Producer; Kristin Finch, Interactive Producer.

ADVANCED MEDIA: Documentary/Historical/Cultural Blueprint|NYC: City Hall ­ Director's Cut. September 7, 2006. (NYC TV). Arick Wierson, Executive Producer/Creator; Harry Hunkele, Producer; David White, Editor; Roland LeBreton, Art Director; Timi Lewis, Executive Producer. Secrets of New York: Jails ­ Director's Cut. September 7, 2006. (NYC TV). Arick Wierson, Executive Producer/Creator; Harry Hunkele, Buboo Kakati, Producers; David White, Editor; Roland LeBreton, Art Director; Timi Lewis, Matthew Tollin, Executive Producers. Wives on the Homefront. June 3, 2007. (LifetimeTV.com). Dave Noll, Christopher Stout, Chachi Senior, Executive Producers; Nicola Darrach, Producer.

ADVANCED MEDIA: Informational/Instructional LX/101: Scotch Whiskey. October 31, 2006. (LX Networks). Morgan Hertzan, Executive Producer; Marni Kupfer, Producer; Eric Jankowsky, Editor; Miguel Rojas, Production Assistant; George Oliphant, Host. NYC Office of Emergency Management: Weathering the Storm. May 4, 2007. (NYC TV). Adele Merlino, Writer/Producer; Roland LeBreton, Art Director; George Schifini, Editor; Amy Palmer, Host. Techniques: Making Hollandaise Sauce. January 12, 2007. (Epicurious.com). Richard Glosser, Executive Producer; Harris Levinson, Melissa Haggerty, Supervising Producers; Jamie Pallot, Editorial Director; Tanya Steel, Editor-In-Chief, Epicurious.com; Frank Samperi, Managing Editor; Judy Moy, Producer/Director; Emily Webster, Associate Producer. 32

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ADVANCED MEDIA: Interactivity GIGS Mini Player. August 4, 2007. (NYC TV). Andrew Atiya, Chief Technical Officer. Island Vote 2006. September 5, 2006. (News 12 Interactive). David Kirschner, General Manager. Most Haunted Live/Ghost Detector. June 1, 2007. (Travel Channel). Jon Lazarus, Vice President of Global Business Development at Kargo.

ADVANCED MEDIA: Public/Current/Community Affairs Giving: Project Sunshine. October 22, 2006. (LX Networks). Morgan Hertzan, Executive Producer. Reporting AIDS: Youth & AIDS ­ Hope's Voice. July 24, 2007. (ScribeMedia.org). John Mikytuck, Producer/Writer/Host; Michael Cervieri, Peter Cervieri, Executive Producers; Jason Kichline, Associate Producer.

ADVANCED MEDIA: Sports 1st/Look: Ultimate Tailgate. October 17, 2006. (LX Networks). Morgan Hertzan, Executive Producer. YESNetwork.com. April 1, 2007. (YES Network). Joseph Auriemma, Producer; Fred Harner, Michael Spirito, Directors; Glenn Giangrande, Lee Lipschutz, Ryan Rutherford, Chris Shearn, Talent; Christa Robinson, Associate Producer/Talent; E.J. Gentile, Associate Producer; Rob Boysko, Chris Murray, Editors.

ADVANCED MEDIA: Animator/Motion Graphic Designer Bruce E. Brauer and Jon Paul LoMonaco. April 16, 2007. (WCBS-TV). CBS-2 HD. Jeff Watts. August 2, 2007. (NYC TV). NYCTV-OD: Jamil Campaign. Kurt Murphy. September 15, 2006. (WIVB-TV). Composite.

ADVANCED MEDIA: Host/Anchor/Reporter Jay DeDapper. May 11, 2007. (WNBC-TV). DeDapper Podcasts. Toni Senecal. November 29, 2006. (WNYW FOX 5). Composite.

ADVANCED MEDIA: Video Editor Annette Calderon. November 1, 2006. (CUNY TV). Preserving the Past, Building for the Future. William Lee. July 15, 2007. (WCBS-TV). CBS2 HDTV Image Campaign.

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ADVANCED MEDIA: Writer/Producer Joseph Auriemma. April 1, 2007. (YES Network). Composite. Karen G. Jackovich, Mike Stickle, Pamela Canales, Lauren Cook, Brooke Berman and Paul Batsel. September 12, 2006. (FloatersTV.com). Floaters.

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