YES Network Nominated for 34 New York Emmy Awards

The YES Network, the most-watched regional sports network in the country the past 10 years, was nominated for 34 New York Emmy Awards, an increase from the 31 nominations it received last year.  YES now has 300 Emmy nominations since its 2002 launch.  YES’ excellence was recognized across a variety of categories, including live game production (both the Yankees and the Nets), business and entertainment programming, features, on-air talent, promotions, and crafts such as graphics and editing.

“Our 34 Emmy nominations are validation from our peers of the sustained level of excellence maintained by our team here, both in front of and behind the camera,” said John J. Filipelli, president, production and programming, YES Network.  “We are proud and humbled by this recognition.  The fact that YES is represented in so many categories across the board speaks to the depth of our offerings, and the tireless, selfless work put forth by everyone at YES.”

In less than 11 years since the network’s launch, YES has won a total of 60 Emmy Awards through last year’s competition.  The 56th annual New York Emmy Awards will be announced Sunday, April 14, at a dinner in New York City.

YES Network’s 2013 New York Emmy Award Nominations

1.       Live Sports Event:  Series:  Yankees Baseball – Season Coverage

2.       Live Sports Event: Programming Special: A’s vs. Yankees, Marathon in the Bronx

3.       Live Sports Event: Programming/Special: Nets vs. Clippers, “The Blake Show Gets Stopped”

4.       Technical  Achievement:  Yankees Baseball –  YES MO

5.       Technical Achievement:  Yankees Baseball – Technical Team

6.       Entertainment Program:  Special:  CenterStage – Composite

7.       Business/Consumer:  Program/Special: Forbes SportsMoney – Composite

8.       Sports Programming: Program Feature/Segment: 10 Years of YES – Jeter Into the Stands

9.       Historical/Cultural: Program Feature/Segment: 9/11 Remembered

10.   Historical/Cultural: Program/Special: 9/11 Remembered Special

11.   Public/Current/Community Affairs: Single Story:  Yankees HOPE Week – Angel of Queens

12.   Community Service: Yankees HOPE Week Features

13.   Graphics:  YES Network promos

14.   Graphics:  Sports:  YES Network Graphics

15.   Graphics: News/Program:  YES Network, 2012 Yankees Baseball Promo Package

16.   Promotion: Program Promo – – Single Spot/Campaign: Our Summer Games

17.   Promotion: Program Promo – Sports Yankees 2012 Launch

18.   Sports Programming: Program Series:  Yankeeography: David Wells

19.   Research:  Jim O’Hara (Yankeeography: David Wells)

20.  Photographer:  Sports:  Tom Rome: Yankeeography: David Wells, Acts. 1&8

21.   Sports Programming:  Regularly Scheduled Program: ThePenn State Football Story

22.   On-Camera Talent:  Sports Play-by-Play:  Ian Eagle

23.   On-Camera Talent:  Sports  Play-by-Play: Michael Kay

24.   On-Camera: Sports Analyst:  John Flaherty

25.   On-Camera: Sports Analyst:  Mike Fratello

26.   On-Camera: Sports Analyst:  Paul O’Neill

27.   On-Camera Talent: Anchor: Sports:  Bob Lorenz

28.   On-Camera Talent: Program Host/Moderator: Michael Kay, CenterStage

29.   Director: News/Live To Tape:  John Moore, Yankees Baseball

30.   Director, Short Form (Promos, PSAs, Commercials, Opens, etc.): Daniel Guernsey

31.   Lighting: Studio/Location:  John Ackerina, “10 Years of YES – Roundtable Shoot”

32.   Editor:  Short Form:  Frank Murphy

33.   Editor:  Sports: Joseph Calo

34.   Video Journalist: Joseph Auriemma, “ – Composite”

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