Last night, the New York Emmy Awards were handed out at the Marriott Marquis Hotel Ballroom in New York City. A star-studded gala featuring the best and brightest in New York City television were on hand. Among the big winners were MSG Network with 14 trophies, the most of any station; Steve Cangialosi of MSG pulling a rare double, Best Sports Anchor and Best Play-by-Play and YES Network winning for Best Live Sports Event: Series for the New York Yankees. SNY’s Ron Darling won for Best Analyst.
The entire list of winners is available at the New York Emmy Awards website.
The sports winners are listed below. First, we’ll post the press release and the New York Emmy Award winners in the sports categories come after a jump break.
THE NEW YORK CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS AND SCIENCES ANNOUNCES RESULTS OF THE 55th ANNUAL NEW YORK EMMY® AWARDS
New York, NY, April 1, 2012 – MSG was the big winner tonight at the 55th Annual New York Emmy® Awards which took place at the Marriott Marquis’ Broadway Ballroom.
Following MSG with 14 Awards was WNBC-TV, which won 11 New York Emmy® Awards.
WNJU Telemundo 47’s Tormenta de Nieve 2011 took home the Emmy® for best “Evening Newscast (Under 35 Minutes)” for its January 7, 2011 broadcast.
WCBS-TV took home the Emmy® for best “Evening Newscast (Over 35 minutes)” for its Irene Aftermath.
The Governors’ Award, the New York Chapter’s highest honor, was presented to Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg for his outstanding contributions to advance and promote television and production in New York City and the successful “Made in NY” program.
The numerical breakdown of winners, as compiled by the independent accountancy firm of Lutz and Carr, LLP, is as follows:
Total Number of Winning Entries
MSG — 14
WNBC-TV — 11
News 12 Connecticut — 7
WPIX-TV — 6
MSG Varsity — 5
WNJU Telemundo 47 — 5
WXTV Univision 41 — 5
YES Network — 5/(MLB Productions for YES Network – 1)
News 12 Long Island — 4
News 12 New Jersey — 4
Thirteen/WNET — 4/(Thirteen/WNET & GetTheMath.org – 1)
WABC-TV — 4
CUNY-TV — 3
NYC Life — 3
Plum Hamptons — 3
WCBS-TV — 3
WNYW Fox 5 — 3
MSG Plus — 2
News 12 Westchester — 2
Newsday — 2
SNY — 2
WGRZ-TV — 2
Bard Entertainment — 1
BronxNet — 1
CBSNewYork.com — 1
EPIX — 1
ESPD — 1
MySmallFactory.com — 1
NJN Public Television – 1
NY1 News — 1
WROC-TV — 1
WXXA Fox 23 — 1
Attached is the complete list of winners for the event. The New York Emmy® Awards will be broadcast on CUNY-TV, channel 75 on Sunday, April 8th at 9pm. Encore presentation will air Sunday, April 15th at 1pm. For additional information, visit www.nyemmys.org.
After the break, the list of winners in the sports categories for the 55th New York Emmy® Awards
The 2012 New York Emmy® Awards
Knicks Poetry Slam. August 25, 2011. (MSG). Jeremiah Bosgang, SVP Programming & Acquisitions; Marc Mondry, Senior Coordinating Producer; David Kornfield, Director/Producer; Robert Hobson, Director of Photographer; Benedict Kasulis, Editor.
Forbes SportsMoney Series. May 19, 2011. (YES Network). John J. Filippelli, Randy Levine, Executive Producers; Woody Freiman, Supervising Producer; Michael Ozanian, David Alfreds, Producers; Bob Lorenz, Talent.
HEALTH/SCIENCE: PROGRAM FEATURE/SEGMENT
High School Sports Desk: A Story of Hope. August 29, 2011. (MSG Varsity). Shawna Ryan, Reporter; Greg Inserillo, Editor.
SPORTS COVERAGE: SINGLE STORY
Notorious. August 26, 2011. (News 12 Connecticut). Mark Sudol, Reporter; Matthew Cyr, Dan Wills, Photographers.
SPORTS COVERAGE: SPORTSCAST/SERIES
Who Wore It Best. May 30, 2011. (MSG). Jason Cahill, Director, Program Development; Jeremiah Bosgang, SVP Programming & Acquisitions; Marc Forest, VP Programming & Development.
SPORTS PROGRAMMING: PROGRAM FEATURE/SEGMENT
Mike’d Up. April 24, 2011. (WNBC-TV). Doug Safchik, Executive Producer; Bruce Beck, Host; David Gulotta, Producer.
SPORTS PROGRAMMING: REGULARLY SCHEDULED PROGRAM
Summer of ’86 – Part 3. March 3, 2011. (MSG). Roman Gackowski, Producer/Director; Hank Ratner, Fran Healy, Executive Producers; Dan Galway, Producer.
SPORTS PROGRAMMING: PROGRAM SERIES
Summer of ’86 – Series Composite. March 1, 2011. (MSG). Roman Gackowski, Producer/Director; Hank Ratner, Fran Healy, Executive Producers; Dan Galway, Producer; Lee Umphred, Charles Tabano, Editors.
SPORTS PROGRAMMING: SPECIAL
Brooklyn Cyclones: Baseball on the Boardwalk. August 24, 2011. (SNY). Curt Gowdy, Jr., Executive Producer; Julie Frahm, Senior Coordinating Producer; Robert A. Frahm, Narrator; Brett Hauze, Producer; Andrew Johnston, Photographer; Ricky Recchia, Associate Producer; Eric Bell, Editor.
LIVE SPORTS EVENT: PROGRAM/SPECIAL
Yankees Baseball: Jeter’s 3,000th Hit – Tampa Bay @ New York. July 9, 2011. (YES Network). John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer; Bill Boland, Senior Producer; Jon Wilson, Director; Lee Lipschutz, Associate Director; Michael Medvin, Graphics Coordinator; Michael Kay, Play-by-Play; John Flaherty, Analyst; Kimberly Jones, Reporter; Woody Freiman, Supervising Producer; Tracy Dolgin, President & CEO; Ed Delaney, Senior Vice President, Operations; Mike Webb, Senior Director, Broadcast Operations; Ashley Fugazy, Talent & Production Supervisor; Robin Moore, Manager, Field Operations; Agnes Roache, Production Manager; Jack Kestenbaum, Director, Technical Operations; Joe Schiavo, Senior Technical Manager.
LIVE SPORTS EVENT: SERIES
New York Yankees Baseball 2011. March 31, 2011. (YES Network). John J. Filippelli, Executive Producer; Bill Boland, Senior Producer; John Moore, Coordinating Director; Frank DiGraci, Troy Benjamin, Producers; Michael Cooney, Jon Wilson, Directors; Josh Isaac, Lee Lipschutz, Associate Directors; Michael Medvin, Ryan Rutherford, Graphics Coordinators; Michael Kay, Bob Lorenz, Play-by-Play; Ken Singleton, Paul O’Neill, John Flaherty, Al Leiter, David Cone, Analysts; Kimberly Jones, Jack Curry, Reporters; Woody Freiman, Supervising Producer; Tracy Dolgin, President & CEO; Ed Delaney, Senior Vice President, Operations; Mike Webb, Senior Director, Broadcast Operations; Ashley Fugazy, Talent & Production Supervisor; Joe Schiavo, Senior Technical Manager; Robin Moore, Manager, Field Operations; Agnes Roache, Production Manager; Leonard Cherson, Director, Stadium Operations; Jack Kestenbaum, Director, Technical Operations; Nancy Newman, Studio; John McKenna, Senior Manager, Engineering & Technology.
The Game 365 – Series Composite. September 13, 2010. (MSG). Roman Gackowski, Producer/Director; Hank Ratner, Fran Healy, Executive Producers; Dan Galway, Producer; Charles Tabano, Editor; Chris Kostianis, William Velazquez, Photographers.
PROMOTION: PROGRAM PROMO – SPORTS
Mets Subway Series Pop Up. May 15, 2011. (WPIX-TV). John Zeigler, VP/Creative Director.
PROMOTION: PROGRAM PROMO – IMAGE
MSG Summer Block Party Image 2011. May 28, 2011. (MSG). Doug Field, VP/Creative Director; Craig Silverstein, Juliet Lowrie, Executive Producers; Dylan Gerber, Executive Creative Director; Ian Scott, Editor; Chris Wargin, Design Director/Animator; Jim Perkins, Composer; Big B, Vocals.
COMMERCIAL: SINGLE SPOT/CAMPAIGN
MSG Varsity: “When One of Us Wins, We All Win.” January 5, 2011. (MSG Varsity). Gregory Heim, Creative Director; Theresa Chillianis, General Manager; Phil Summers, VP of Marketing/Creative Services; Jefferson Wilson, Director of Marketing; Adam Lebowitz, Production Manager.
ON-CAMERA TALENT: ANCHOR – SPORTS
Steve Cangialosi. November 20, 2010. (MSG Plus). “Devils Hockey.”
ON-CAMERA TALENT: REPORTER -SPORTS
Kevin Maher. December 16, 2010. (News 12 Long Island). Composite.
ON-CAMERA TALENT: SPORTS PLAY-BY-PLAY
Steve Cangialosi. March 6, 2011. (MSG Plus). Composite.
ON-CAMERA TALENT: SPORTS ANALYST
Ron Darling. May 5, 2011. (SNY).
DIRECTOR: NEWS/ LIVE TO TAPE
Sean Mangan. October 18, 2010. (MSG Varsity). “MSG Varsity.”
Spencer Julien, Howie Singer, Kevin McHale, Roman Gackowski. October 29, 2010. (MSG). “Friday Night Knicks Open.”
Al Trautwig. February 11, 2011. (MSG). “Knicks Basketball.”
Robert Hobson. August 25, 2011. (MSG). “Knicks Poetry Slam.”
Evan Stulberger. March 5, 2011. (WNBC-TV). “Hot Passion, Cold Ice.”
Benedict Kasulis. August 25, 2011. (MSG). “Knicks Poetry Slam.”
Roy Schneider. October 27, 2010. (MSG). “Tease Compilation.”
Dan Michener. June 6, 2011. (MSG). “MSG’s Vault Retro Broadcasts.”
John Zeigler. April 10, 2011. (WPIX-TV). “Mets Pop Up.”
David Stern, Jeffrey McRoberts, Sean Kennedy, Bryan Butler, Eric Baudo. December 15, 2010. (MSG Varsity). “The Challenge.”
Robert Randolph, Andrew Ramsey, Shannon Sanders. October 29, 2010. (MSG). “Friday Night Knicks.”
Ed Delaney, Michael Webb, Jack Kestenbaum, John J. McKenna, Dan Grainge, Leonard Cherson, Joe Schiavo, Jeff Osborne, Albin Wicki, Keith Desantis. March 31, 2011. (YES Network). “Yankees Baseball – YES-MO.”
Jim O’Hara. December 23, 2010. (MLB Productions for YES Network). “Yankeeography: Award Winners.”