Exciting news!! Newsday has been nominated for nine New York Emmy Awards, as part of the New York Chapter of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Many talented producers, photographers, editors and developers were involved in making this a success. It’s important to recognize the entire multi-media and photo departments for their continuing efforts to make our paper the best it can be.
Many members of the Newsday team were involved including:
Arnold Miller, Bobby Cassidy, Matt Golub, Daryl Thomen, Alejandra Villa, Tom Ferrara, John Conrad Williams Jr., Chris Ware, Peggy Bustamonte, TC McCarthy, Mark La Monica, and Meghan Glynn.
This is an amazing accomplishment and I’m extremely happy to be part of the Newsday team. The pieces below have been nominated for a 2012 NY Emmy Award.
“One girl’s fight for survival,” the story of Marisa Carney struggling with ROHHAD.
“A fighting chance,” highlighting many talented fighters of the Westbury boxing gym.
“Long Island Sound and Art Festival,” artists paint to the inspiration of music in Centerport.
“Puppet theater,” featuring a puppet theatre in Long Island
“Street painting in Riverhead,” featuring artists who decorate the street in Riverhead.
“Silent Movies Are Back,” silent films and enthusiasts who are entertained by them.
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“Young motocross racers forge bond,” a young boy who suffers a tragic loss seeks mentorship and inspiration by his instructor.
“Indoctrination Day at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy,” class of 2016’s Kings Point merchant marines first day.
“Republicans reflect on the 2012 GOP” republican Americans share their views of Mitt Romney and the highlights of Tampa, Fla., GOP convention.