News 12 Networks Honored with a Record 81 New York Emmy Nominations

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News 12 Networks Leads All the Local News Channels with NY NATAS Nominations

"All of us at News 12 Networks are thrilled and grateful to the Academy for making us the most nominated news organization in the New York market, once again,” said Patrick Dolan, President of News 12 Networks.

The New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has honored News 12 Networks with a total of 81 New York Emmy® Award nominations, with News 12 Connecticut receiving 33 nominations, News 12 Long Island with 23 nominations, News 12 New Jersey and News 12 Westchester with 12 nominations each and News 12 Brooklyn with one nomination. The award nominations were announced today at the studios of CUNY-TV in New York City. The 2010 Emmy® awards will be presented on Sunday, April 18, 2010 at The Marriott Marquee in New York City.

"All of us at News 12 Networks are thrilled and grateful to the Academy for making us the most nominated news organization in the New York market, once again,” said Patrick Dolan, President of News 12 Networks. “This year is extra special since it is the most nominations News 12 Networks has ever achieved in one year. We remain focused on providing the quality local journalism that our communities deserve and we are honored to be recognized for it."

News 12 Networks received the following New York Emmy® award nominations (81):

Daytime Newscast - News 12 Westchester: Freak Summer Storm
Evening Newscast – News 12 Long Island: Presidential Debate Hits Home
Spot News Story (2) – News 12 Connecticut: Pretty Big Fire, News 12 Connecticut: Sauce on the Run
Hard News: Series – News 12 New Jersey: Vulnerable Voting Machines
Investigative: Single Story – News 12 New Jersey: “Disabled” Mayor
Investigative: Series – News 12 Long Island: Toxic School Scare
Feature News/Single Story – News 12 Connecticut: Saint Rick
Feature News/Series (3) – News 12 Long Island: Healing Hands, News 12 Long Island: A Hometown’s Heart, News 12 Long Island: Remembering the Fallen
Journalistic Enterprise (2) – News 12 Long Island: Danielle Campbell, News 12 Connecticut: Kristi Faccenda
Arts News (2) – News 12 Connecticut: The Game, News 12 New Jersey: On the Scene: An Artistic Vision
Arts: Program Feature/Segment – News 12 Connecticut: Satisfaction
Entertainment News – News 12New Jersey: On the Scene: GIMP
Entertainment: Program Feature/Segment – News 12 Long Island: Behind the Scenes with a Radio City Rockette
Children’s Programming – News 12 Connecticut: One Tough Six Year Old
Teen Programming – News 12 Connecticut: Dodgeball Dreams
Environment Programming (2) – News 12 Westchester: Aquaponics at Cabbage Hill Farm, News 12 Westchester: A Quiet Concern
Health/Science News (2) – News 12 Connecticut: Stayin Alive, News 12 Westchester: Wounded Knees
Health/Science: Program Feature/Segment – News 12 New Jersey: After the Sun
Health/Science: Program/Special – News 12 Connecticut: Disability Not Inability
Crime: News (2) – News 12 Connecticut: Cold Case, News 12 Long Island: Ice Cream Truck Bust
Crime Programming (2) – News 12 Long Island: Justice for Joanna, News 12 Long Island: Behind Bars: A Chance for Change
Politics/Government: News – News 12 New Jersey: Transparency Test
Religious Programming (2) – News 12 Connecticut: Heavenly Harmony, News 12 Westchester: The Holy Mountain
Societal Concerns: News (3) – News 12 Brooklyn: Child Abuse: Breaking the Cycle, News 12 Connecticut: Kojo Bey, News 12 Long Island: Shot Spotter
Societal Concerns: Program Feature/Segment – News 12 Westchester: Too Close for Comfort
Societal Concerns: Program/Special – News 12 Long Island: Fallen Heroes: 2009 Memorial Day Special
Sports coverage: Single Story (3) – News 12 Connecticut: Dirt Dixie, News 12 Connecticut: The Godfather’s Got Game, News 12 Long Island: No Small Wonder
Sports Coverage: Series (4) – News 12 New Jersey: The End Zone, News 12 New Jersey: New Jersey to the NFL, News 12 Long Island: Ironman Inspiration, News 12 Connecticut: Sports Subcultures
Interview/Discussion – News 12 Long Island: Long Island Talks: A Way to Forgive
Magazine Program – News 12 Long Island: Long Island Lifesavers Special
On-Camera Talent: News Anchor - News 12 Connecticut: Rebecca Surran
On-Camera Talent: Weather Anchor – News 12 Connecticut: Paul Piorek
On-Camera Talent: Features Reporter (2) - News 12 Long Island: Elisa DiStefano, News 12 Connecticut: Kimber Crandall
On-Camera Talent: General Assignment Reporter (2) – News 12 New Jersey: John Klekamp, News 12 Westchester: Tara Rosenblum
On-Camera Talent: Investigative Reporter – News 12 Westchester: Brian Conybeare
On-Camera Talent: Live Reporter – News 12 New Jersey: Tony Caputo
On-Camera Talent: Specialty Assignment Reporter (3) – News 12 New Jersey: Walt Kane, News 12 Westchester: Brian Conybeare, News 12 Westchester: Tara Rosenblum
On-Camera Talent: Sports Reporter – News 12 Connecticut: Damian Andrew
On-Camera Talent: Commentator/Editorialist – News 12 Connecticut: Gwen Edwards
Writer: News (4) – News 12 Long Island: Pat Dolan, News 12 Long Island: Virginia Huie, News 12 Connecticut: Kimber Crandall, News 12 Westchester: Antoinette Biordi
Writer: Program – News 12 Westchester: Brian Conybeare “The Ridley Tapes”
Writer: Short Form – News 12 New Jersey: Ivy Bader “Election Profiles”
Writer: Sports – News 12 Long Island: Virginia Huie “No Small Wonder”
Photographer: News (4) - News 12 Long Island: Brian Endres “No Small Wonder,” News 12 Long Island: David Abrams “The Brewmaster,” News 12 Connecticut: Christopher Wood, News 12 Connecticut: Matthew Cyr
Photographer: Short Form – News 12 Connecticut: Robert Cook “Gold Gloves”
Photographer: Sports (2) – News 12 Connecticut: Joe Connors, News 12 Connecticut: Matthew Cyr
Editor: News (3) – News 12 Connecticut: Christopher Wood, News 12 Connecticut: Mark Sogofsky, News 12 Long Island: Glenn Garthwaite
Editor: Sports (2) – News 12 Connecticut: Joe Connors, News 12 Connecticut: Matthew Cyr
Audio (2) – News 12 Connecticut: Christopher Wood, News 12 Connecticut: Matthew Cyr

The New York Emmy® Awards recognize outstanding achievements in television, originally broadcast or cablecast in New York or Northern New Jersey. 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 fosters creativity and inspires excellence through the renowned EMMY® Award, the most prestigious honor and most coveted peer-recognition symbol of distinction in television.

News 12 Networks is proud to be a cable exclusive service that is not provided to satellite or phone company TV lineups. The Network currently reaches nearly 3.8 million households in the New York market. News 12 Networks is the country's first, largest, and most watched 24-hour local television news network. The Network is made up of 7 individual local news channels serving the areas of Long Island, New Jersey, Southwestern Connecticut, Westchester County, the Hudson Valley, Brooklyn, and the Bronx. News 12 is owned by Cablevision Systems Corporation.

About Cablevision
Cablevision Systems Corporation (NYSE: CVC) is one of the nation's leading media and entertainment companies. Its assets include its cable television operations, which provide industry-leading services to more than 3 million New York area households, and its award-winning television networks, which deliver some of today's most watched programming to hundreds of millions of consumers worldwide. A state-of-the-art cable system enables the company to offer a full suite of advanced residential and business communications services that include its iO TV® digital television, Optimum Online® high-speed Internet, Optimum Voice® digital voice, Optimum WiFi® wireless Internet, and its Optimum Lightpath® integrated business communications solutions. Cablevision also serves the New York area with compelling local content through News 12 Networks, a local news leader; MSG Varsity, a suite of television and online services covering high school activities; and, Newsday Media Group, a business unit that includes Newsday, Long Island's leading daily newspaper. In addition, through Rainbow Media Holdings LLC, Cablevision operates successful programming and entertainment businesses, such as AMC, IFC, Sundance Channel, WE tv and IFC Entertainment. The company also owns and operates Clearview Cinemas, which includes Manhattan's famed Ziegfeld Theatre, a frequent and historic venue for film premieres and events.

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