Last night, the New York Emmy Awards were handed out and it turned out that MSG Network was the big overall winner with 15. As far as sports networks, SNY had 5, YES took in 3 and MSG Plus won 1. Here are the winners in the sports categories. The entire list can be seen here.
Miracle in New York: The Story of the ’69 Mets (Opening Act). June 25, 2009. (SNY).
Curt Gowdy, Jr., Executive Producer; Julie Frahm, Supervising Producer; Dan Klein, Producer; Bill McCullough, Director.
Yankees on Deck: Best of Season Show. May 3, 2009. (YES Network).
John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer; Woody Freiman, Supervising Producer; Jason Feneque, Janice C. Molinari, Lisa Molinari, Melissa Foreman-Tiles, Producers; Patricia Taylor, Beth Hurst, Associate Producers; David Cone, Host; Al Leiter, Talent.
Knicks Poetry Slam. March 27, 2009. (MSG Network).
Marc Mondry, Senior Coordinating Producer; Lydia Murphy-Stephans, EVP, Programming & Production; David Kornfield, Producer; Damien Drake, Director of Photography; Benedict Kasulis, Editor.
Matthew Cyr. December 2, 2008. (News 12 Connecticut).
ON-CAMERA TALENT: Sports Anchor
Bob Lorenz. January 1, 2009. (YES Network).
ON-CAMERA TALENT: Sports Reporter
Damian Andrew. March 9, 2009. (News 12 Connecticut)
ON-CAMERA TALENT: Sports Play-by-Play
Mike Emrick. October 10, 2008. (MSG Plus).
ON-CAMERA TALENT: Sports Analyst
Keith Hernandez. May 7, 2009. (SNY).
SPORTS COVERAGE: Single Story
Dirt Dixie. December 2, 2008. (News 12 Connecticut).
Matthew Cyr, Photographer/Editor; Kevin Jacobsen, Reporter.
SPORTS COVERAGE: Series
Ironman Inspiration. July 29, 2009. (News 12 Long Island).
Erin Colton, Reporter/Producer; David Garden, Producer/Photographer/Editor.
LIVE SPORTS EVENT: Program/Special
Adam Graves Night. February 3, 2009. (MSG Network).
Kevin Meininger, Senior Coordinating Producer; Lydia Murphy-Stephans, EVP, Programming & Production; Jeff Filippi, Vice President, Production; Joe Whelan, Producer; Bobby Lewis, Director; Steve Napolitani, Paul Sullivan, Dom Tringali, Scott Ahrens, Betsy Aronin, Associate Directors; Paula McHale, Associate Producer; Pete McEvily, Graphics Coordinator; Sam Rosen, Joe Micheletti, Al Trautwig, John Giannone, Dave Maloney, Stan Fischler, Announcers.
LIVE SPORTS EVENT: Series
2009 Mets: The Inaugural Year of Citi Field. April 6, 2009. (SNY).
Curt Gowdy, Jr., Executive Producer; Gregg Picker, Producer; Bill Webb, Director; Dan Reagan, Tony Lanni, Contributing Directors; Dan Barr, Contributing Producer; Greg Schult, Sam Pepper, Associate Producers; Bill Clarke, VP of Operations; Jean Palmer, Manager of Remote Operations; Gary Cohen, Play-by-Play; Keith Hernandez, Ron Darling, Ralph Kiner, Analysts; Kevin Burkhardt, Reporter.
SPORTS PROGRAMMING: Program Feature/Segment
Jets 24/7: Kenyon’s Dream. November 23, 2008. (WCBS-TV).
William P. Zagger, Executive Producer; Cameron Gordon, Producer; Dominic Savio, Assistant Producer.
SPORTS PROGRAMMING: Regularly Scheduled Program
Rangers Profiles: #22 Nick Fotiu. February 26, 2009. (MSG Network).
Marc Mondry, Senior Coordinating Producer; Lydia Murphy-Stephans, EVP, Programming & Production; Ted Butler, Producer; Dave Solomon, Editor; Dave Palestine, Videographer; Alicia Biggart, Production Manager; Erik Ficke, Production Assistant
SPORTS PROGRAMMING: Program Series
Knicks Profiles: #2 Larry Johnson. April 10, 2009. (MSG Network).
Marc Mondry, Senior Coordinating Producer; Lydia Murphy-Stephans, EVP, Programming & Production; Andrew Brenner, Producer; Dave Solomon, Editor; Dave Palestine, Videographer; Alicia Biggart, Production Manager; Erik Ficke, Production Assistant.
SPORTS PROGRAMMING: Special
Summer Of ’77. April 5, 2009. (MSG Network).
Roman Gackowski, Executive Producer; Fran Healy, Executive Producer/Creator; Andrew Kaplan, Associate Producer
Road to MSG: Motley Crue. July 7, 2009. (MSG Network).
Mary-Liz McDonald, Allen Kovac, Eric Sherman, Chris, Nilsson, Executive Producers; Mitchell Stuart, Executive Producer/Director; Alex Dolginko, Justin Freedman, Editors.
NCAA March Madness On Demand iPhone App. March 3, 2009. (CBS Mobile).
Randy Ahn, Jeff Sellinger, Curtis Kadohama, Robert Gelick, Managers; Robert Maebert, Senior Graphics Artist; MobiTV, Partner.
PROMOTION: Program Promo – Campaign
MSG Heart of New York Campaign. November 1, 2008. (MSG Network).
Doug Field, Steve Mars, Matt Garvey, Caarin Fleischmann, Executive Producers; Mark Valentine, Creative Director; Gabriella Mirabelli, Managing Director; Steve Stein, Music/Sound Design; Roy Harter, Audio Mixer
PROMOTION: Sports Promo
Yankees 2009. March 2, 2009. (YES Network).
John Brueckner, Creative Director; Daniel Guernsey, Supervising Producer; John J. Filippelli, Tracy Dolgin, Executive Producers; Blue Room, Design/Animation.
COMMERCIAL – Campaign
NY NY Sports Sports. May 4, 2009. (SNY).
Marjorie Gantman, Senior Director of Marketing; Marie DeParis, VP of Marketing; Debbie Kasher, Arturo Gigante, Creative Consultants; Wayne McClammy, Director; Cindy Becker, Executive Producer; Josh Towvim, Editor.
Kevin Everett. November 20, 2008. (WGRZ-TV).
“Minute by Minute.”
Mina Albergo. September 10, 2008. (MSG Network).
“The Boomer Esiason Show.”
Lee Umphred. April 5, 2009. (MSG Network).
”Summer of ’77.”
Doug Safchik. September 1, 2008. (WNBC-TV).
“Mike’d Up: Giants Pre-Season.”
Those are your New York Emmy Award winners in the sports category. Nice to see Mike Emrick win for play-by-play, but I was hoping to see Friend of Fang’s Bites Tina Cervasio win in the sports reporter category. Maybe next year.