NORWALK, CT - The New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences today honored News 12 Connecticut with 32 New York Emmy® Award nominations. The award nominations were announced today at the studios of CUNY-TV in New York City.
“This recognition is very gratifying both for our individual nominees and for the entire News 12 Connecticut organization; it speaks to the overall level of excellence that this staff demonstrates on a daily basis. Once again we are grateful to the New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for this tremendous honor," said Tom Appleby, News 12 Connecticut News Director.
The 2013 Emmy® Awards will be presented on Sunday, April 14, 2013 at The Marriott Marquee Times Square in New York City. 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 encourages the pursuit of excellence and promotes the highest standards of quality in television by conferring the industry’s classic and most-coveted peer-recognition symbol of distinction – the Emmy®.
News 12 Networks, which is comprised of seven individual local 24-hour news channels across Connecticut, New Jersey and New York, received a total of 82 New York Emmy® Award nominations this year, more than any other news organization.
News 12 Connecticut New York Emmy® Award Nominations:
Spot News Story: Charred Memories
News special: 911 Special
Arts Program Feature: Trash Time
Entertainment News: The Zambonis
Historical Cultural: The Hexagon: Mission Accomplished
Historical Cultural: The Art of Evil
Human Interest News: Time to Make doughnuts
Military News: Warbird
Education News: Amiya’s Voice
Children News: Young Author
Business Consumer: From Trap to Truck
Health Science News: Therapy Pony
Crime News: Cries From the Past
Crime Program Feature Segment: More to the Story
Politics/Government News: Local Syrians Discuss Murder Victims
Societal Concerns: A Second Chance
Public/Current/Community Affairs Single Story: Project Lillypad
Public/Current/Community Affairs Single Story: Dress a Girl
Sports Coverage Single Story: London Calling
Sports Coverage Single Story: Can You Do That?
Reporter Features: Kathryn Hauser Montage
Reporter General Assignment: Aaron Mesmer Montage
Reporter Specialty Assignment: Kristi Olds Montage
Reporter Sports: Damian Andrew Montage
News Writer: Aaron Mesmer Montage
Writer Sports: Damian Andrew Montage
Photographer News: Daniel Renzetti Compilation
Photographer News: Jim Mennino Compilation
Photographer News: Mark Sogofsky Compilation
Editor News: Daniel Renzetti Compilation
Editor News: Christopher Wood Compilation
Editor News: Andrew Christman Compilation