Award season is in full swing! It culminates with the Oscars later this month. But not so fast. The New York Emmy Awards announced its nominations today.
MSG Network leads the pack with 67 nominations. WNBC has the most among over-the-air outlets with 58 nominations.
There are dozens of award categories and here’s a brief rundown…
WCBS’ Chris Wragge, a multiple winner, has been nominated for Best Evening Newscast (under 35 minutes). He was tapped for anchoring the East River helicopter crash in October, 2011. He also received three other nominations, including coverage of a sportscast/series for the Giants Road to Super Bowl 46. He is also a nominee for the prestigious Best Anchor.
Veteran WNBC anchor Chuck Scarborough is in the running for the News Special category, hosting a 9/11 10th anniversary broadcast.
Investigative reporter Arnold Diaz, winner of an astounding 44 Emmys, can add to his total with at least two nominations.
WNBC photojournalist Michael DelGuidice has several more chances to increase his trophy case–now approaching 60.
WPIX commentator Larry Mendte has at least three nominations.
The 2013 New York Emmy Awards will be held April 14 at the Marriott Marquis. FishbowlNY is planning to attend the event for a third straight year.
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