YES Network Collects 34 New York Emmy Nominations

The YES Network has been nominated for 34 New York Emmy Awards, including 11 nominations in On-Camera Talent categories (its most ever) and additional nominations in other high-profile categories such as Live Event, Series, Technical Achievement, Original Programming, Graphics and Promos.  YES now has 436 Emmy nominations since its 2002 launch, and has won 95 Emmys. 

yes_network“We are humbled and honored by the sheer number of nominations, which is indicative of how the industry perceives the YES Network,” says John J. Filippelli, President, Production and Programming, YES Network.  “The fact that these 34 nominations span nearly every applicable category speaks volumes about the talent, passion and dedication that our people bring to the job every day.”

The 60th annual New York Emmy Awards will be announced Saturday, May 6, at a dinner New York City.

YES Network’s 2017 New York Emmy Award Nominations

Game/Studio Coverage
Sports:  News Series – New York Yankees Post Game Show}
Sports:  Program Series – New York Yankees Pre Game
Sporting Event/Game – Live/Unedited:  Series – Brooklyn Nets Basketball
Sports:  Daily or Weekly Program – A-Rod’s Farewell Pre Game, August 12, 2016

Talent: Anchor – Sports – Bob Lorenz
Talent:  Reporter – Sports – Meredith Marakovits
Talent:  Reporter – Sports – Sarah Kustok
Talent:  Program Host/Moderator – Michael Kay
Talent:  Performer/Narrator – Bob Lorenz
Talent:  Sports Play-by-Play – Ian Eagle
Talent:  Sports Play-by-Play – Michael Kay
Talent:  Sports Play-by-Play – Ryan Ruocco
Talent:  Sports Analyst – Al Leiter
Talent:  Sports Analyst – John Flaherty
Talent:  Sports Analyst – Mike Fratello

Technical Achievement
Technical Achievement – Yankees Telecast

Original Programming
Sports:  Interview/Discussion – CenterStage
Interview/Discussion:  CenterStage
Human Interest:  Program/Special – 2016 HOPE Week Remembered
Magazine Program:  Nets Magazine
Entertainment:  Program/Special – Stars & Pinstripes:  Garth Brooks

Promotion:  Program Promo – Sports – Yankees Bullpen Monster “Endgame of Thrones”
Promotion:  Program Promo – Image – Yankees Americana
Promotion: Program Promo – Single Spot/Campaign – 2015-16 Brooklyn Nets

Graphic Arts:  Graphics/News – Rick Deutschman, Brian Lanese, Brandon Shapiro, Jared Boshnack, Jesse Vartanian, Jeff Perlish

Education/Schools:  Program Feature/Segment – Barbershop Books:  Yankees HOPE Week

Individual Achievement
Audio:  Greg Curry
Director:  Live or Recorded Live – John Moore
Director:  Short Form (Promos, PSAs, Commercials, Opens) – Daniel Guernsey, Todd Moulen, Seth Weintraub
Editor:  Sports – Frank Murphy
Editor:  Sports – Joe Calo
Writer:  Commentary/Editorial – Jack Curry

Set Design – John Ackerina, Frank Baglino, Joe Livolsi, Bill Diamond, Frank DiGraci, Blayke Scheer, “Brooklyn Nets Specialty Set Design”
Lighting – John Ackerina, Frank Baglino, Joe Livolsi, Bill Diamond, Frank DiGraci, Blayke Scheer, “Brooklyn Nets Specialty Look”

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