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IMMEDIATE RELEASE 09/11/02 NATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS AND SCIENCES PRESENTS 23 rd ANNUAL NEWS AND DOCUMENTARY EMMY AWARDS New York, September 11, 2002 – The 23 rd Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards were presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Tuesday, September 10, 2002. A stellar line-up of prominent newsmakers and industry executives including Barbara Walters, Bernard Shaw and Pat Mitchell, president of PBS, presented the awards to a distinguished group of broadcast journalists at the Marriott Marquis hotel in New York City. Garrick Utley of CNN acted as Master of Ceremonies during the event. The awards recognize outstanding achievement by individuals and programs broadcast throughout the 2001 calendar year. During the ceremony, Barbara Walters presented the first-ever lifetime achievement award to Roone Arledge, Chairman, ABC. The Awards Committee of NATAS granted the award. "If ever there was a year to recognize television news coverage, this was it," said NATAS President Peter Price. "It was our honor to present so many notable broadcasters with the coveted Emmy in tribute to their skill, hard work and commitment. It also proved to be a worthy time to recognize the contributions of Roone Arledge whose impact on the television industry is unparalleled." The finalists were chosen by blue ribbon panels composed of broadcast industry professionals. Entries were reviewed from the 2001 calendar year. The numerical breakdown, by broadcast and cable entities, as compiled by the independent accountancy firm of Lutz and Carr, LLP, follows: PBS 14 MSNBC 2 CBS 7 National Geographic ABC 6 Channel 1 CNN 4 TLC 1 HBO 3 WABC 1 NBC 3 WKRC 1

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Page 1: National Academy of Television Arts

IMMEDIATE RELEASE 09/11/02

NATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS AND SCIENCES PRESENTS 23rd

ANNUAL NEWS AND DOCUMENTARY EMMY AWARDS New York, September 11, 2002 – The 23rd Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards were presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Tuesday, September 10, 2002. A stellar line-up of prominent newsmakers and industry executives including Barbara Walters, Bernard Shaw and Pat Mitchell, president of PBS, presented the awards to a distinguished group of broadcast journalists at the Marriott Marquis hotel in New York City. Garrick Utley of CNN acted as Master of Ceremonies during the event. The awards recognize outstanding achievement by individuals and programs broadcast throughout the 2001 calendar year. During the ceremony, Barbara Walters presented the first-ever lifetime achievement award to Roone Arledge, Chairman, ABC. The Awards Committee of NATAS granted the award. "If ever there was a year to recognize television news coverage, this was it," said NATAS President Peter Price. "It was our honor to present so many notable broadcasters with the coveted Emmy in tribute to their skill, hard work and commitment. It also proved to be a worthy time to recognize the contributions of Roone Arledge whose impact on the television industry is unparalleled." The finalists were chosen by blue ribbon panels composed of broadcast industry professionals. Entries were reviewed from the 2001 calendar year. The numerical breakdown, by broadcast and cable entities, as compiled by the independent accountancy firm of Lutz and Carr, LLP, follows:

PBS 14 MSNBC 2 CBS 7 National Geographic ABC 6 Channel 1 CNN 4 TLC 1 HBO 3 WABC 1 NBC 3 WKRC 1

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A complete list of the 23rd Annual News and Documentary Emmy Award recipients is available for viewing and downloading on the academy's web site at www.emmyonline.org. The 23rd Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards is presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of television.

#### MEDIA CONTACTS: AWARDS CONTACT: Lori Genes DeniseW. Burk Goodman Media International Director, Awards, NATAS [email protected] [email protected] 212-576-2700 EXT 228 212-586-8424 EXT 212 Stacey Sanner Goodman Media International [email protected] 212-576-2700 EXT 234

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OUTSTANDING COVERAGE OF A BREAKING NEWS STORY IN A REGULARLY

SCHEDULED NEWSCAST

“KABUL LIBERATED” NBC (NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw) Executive Producer: Steve Capus

Senior Producer: Mary Laurence Flynn

Producers: Babak Behnam, Lori Fujii, Fiona Turner

Correspondent: Tom Aspell

OUTSTANDING COVERAGE OF A CONTINUING NEWS STORY IN A REGULARLY

SCHEDULED NEWSCAST

“WORLD TRADE CENTER ATTACK: FIRST THREE DAYS” ABC

(ABC World News Tonight with Peter Jennings) Executive Producer: Paul Slavin

Producer: Kate Felsen

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OUTSTANDING FEATURE STORY IN A REGULARLY SCHEDULED NEWSCAST

“THE FRIDAY SQUAD” CBS

(CBS Evening News Weekend Edition) Executive Producer: Patricia Shevlin Producer: Thomas J Aviles

OUTSTANDING BACKGROUND / ANALYSIS OF A SINGLE CURRENT STORY

IN A REGULARLY SCHEDULED NEWSCAST

“MATTIE'S STORY” ABC (Good Morning America)

Executive Producer: Shelley Z. Ross Senior Broadcast Producer: Stuart Schwartz Senior Editorial Producer: Steve Thode Senior Producers: Laurye Blackford, John Green,

Ann Reynolds Producers: Patty Neger, Brian O'Keefe Correspondents: Chris Cuomo, Charles Gibson,

Diane Sawyer

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OUTSTANDING INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM IN A REGULARLY SCHEDULED NEWSCAST

“THE ENERGY CRISIS” CBS (CBS Evening News with Dan Rather)

Executive Producer: Jim Murphy Senior Producer: Gavin Boyle Producer: Barbara Pierce Correspondent: Vince Gonzales

and

“POST 9/11 INVESTIGATION” ABC (ABC World News Tonight with Peter Jennings)

Executive Producer: Paul Slavin Senior Producers: Chris Isham, Stu Schutzman Producers: Brenda S Breslauer, Jill

Rackmill , Dave Rummel, Rhonda Schwartz, David W Scott, Len Tepper,

Chris Vlasto, Vic Walter Field Producer: Simon Surowicz Chief Investigative Correspondent: Brian Ross

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OUTSTANDING INTERVIEW / INTERVIEWER

“TED KOPPEL” National Geographic Channel (Inside Base Camp) Correspondent: Tom Foreman

Executive Producers for

National Geographic

Channel: John Bowman, Andrew C. Wilk

Executive Producers for

National Geographic

Television: Gil Pimentel, David Royle

Producers for National

Geographic

Television: John Ebinger, Gigi Maartens

and

“NEW YORK FIRE CHIEF DANIEL NIGRO” ABC (ABC News Primetime Thursday) Senior Executive

Producer: Victor Neufeld

Executive Producer: David Doss

Senior Producer: Robert Lange

Producer: Kristen Strand Adams

Anchor: Diane Sawyer

and

“THE TRAITOR” CBS (60 Minutes II) Executive Producer: Jeff Fager

Senior Producers: Patti Hassler, Michael R. Whitney

Producers: Jill Landes, Michael Rosenbaum

Correspondent: Bob Simon

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OUTSTANDING COVERAGE OF A BREAKING NEWS STORY - LONG FORM

“AGAINST ALL ODDS” NBC (Dateline NBC) Executive Producer: David Corvo

Senior Producer: Adam Gorfain

Producer: Izhar Harpaz

Correspondent: John Hockenberry

and

“TWIST OF FATE” CBS (CBS News Sunday Morning) Executive Producer: Rand Morrison

Senior Broadcast

Producer: Mary Murphy

Senior Producers: Marquita Pool-Eckert, Estelle Popkin

Producers: David Bhagat, Ed Forgotson Jr., James Houtrides

Correspondent: Martha Teichner

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OUTSTANDING COVERAGE OF A CONTINUING NEWS STORY – LONG FORM

“ROMANIA: CHILDREN FOR SALE” ABC (ABC News 20/20)

Executive Producers: David Sloan, Janice Tomlin

Senior Executive

Producer: Victor Neufeld

Correspondent: Tom Jarriel

and

“UNHOLY WAR” CNN (CNN Presents)

Executive Producers: David Henshaw, Vivian Schiller

Supervising Producer: Jennifer Hyde

Producer: James Miller

Reporter: Saira Shah

OUTSTANDING FEATURE STORY – LONG FORM

“HER LOST WORLD” ABC (ABC News 20/20)

Executive Producer: David Sloan

Senior Executive

Producer: Victor Neufeld

Senior Producer: Meredith White

Producer: Joanna Breen

Correspondent: Deborah Roberts

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OUTSTANDING BACKGROUND / ANALYSIS OF A SINGLE CURRENT STORY – LONG FORM

“BIOTERROR” PBS (Nova)

Executive Producers: Paula S. Apsell, Lawrie Mifflin, Michael Oreskes, Charles Tremayne

Producers: Matthew Collins, Kirk Wolfinger

and “INSIDE FLIGHT 93” TLC

Executive Producers: Brett Alexander, Stephen H. Schwartz, Tom Seligson

Producers: Todd Auslander, Linda Martin, Chris Weicher, Char Woods, Emily M. Bernstein, David Small, Mike Baluzy, Peter Stader, Kendrick Simmons

and “PROMISES” PBS/ITVS (P.O.V.)

Executive Producers: Janet Cole, Sally Jo Fifer, Cara Mertes Producers: B.Z. Goldberg, Justine Shapiro

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OUTSTANDING INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM – LONG FORM

“BENEATH THE VEIL” CNN (CNN Presents) Executive Producers: David Henshaw, Vivian Schiller

Supervising Producer: Jennifer Hyde

Producer: Cassian Harrison

Reporter: Saira Shah

and

“THE CARPET SLAVES: STOLEN CHILDREN OF INDIA” HBO (Cinemax Reel Life) Executive Producers: Grant McKee, Sheila Nevins

Supervising Producer: Nancy Abraham

Producers: Kate Blewett, Brian Woods

and

“TRADE SECRETS: A MOYERS REPORT” PBS Executive Producers: Judy Doctoroff O'Neill, Judith

Davidson Moyers

Executive Editors: Judith Davidson Moyers, Bill Moyers

Producer: Sherry Jones

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OUTSTANDING INFORMATIONAL PROGRAMMING – LONG FORM

“FOREVER FOURTEEN” PBS (Life 360: A Place in Time) Co-Executive Producers: Tom Bettag, John Lindsay

Executive Producer: Janet Tobias

Senior Producer: Dan Morris

Producer: Kelly St. John

and

“SHE SAYS/WOMEN IN NEWS” PBS Executive Producer: Joan Konner

Producer: Barbara Rick

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OUTSTANDING CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC PROGRAMMING – LONG FORM

“DANCE IN AMERICA: FREE TO DANCE–STEPS OF THE GODS” PBS (Great Performances) Producer: Madison Davis Lacy

OUTSTANDING SCIENCE AND NATURE PROGRAMMING – LONG FORM

“THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE CHICKEN” PBS (PBS Special) Executive Producer,

Channel 4: Charles Furneaux Executive Producer,

Devillier Donegan

Enterprises: Gregory Diefenbach Producer: Mark Lewis

OUTSTANDING HISTORICAL DOCUMENTARY - LONG FORM

“KOREAN WAR STORIES” PBS (PBS Special) Executive Producer: Phylis Geller Producer: Robert Uth

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BEST STORY IN A REGULARLY SCHEDULED NEWSCAST IN 2001

“MCVEIGH PAPERS” CBS (CBS Evening News with Dan Rather) Executive Producer: Jim Murphy Senior Producer: Jim McGlinchy

Producer: Mark Katkov

Correspondent: Jim Stewart

and

“BYRON PITTS AT GROUND ZERO” CBS (CBS Evening News with Dan Rather) Executive Producer: Jim Murphy

Senior Producer: Wayne Nelson

Producers: Amy Birnbaum, Betty Chin, Jamie Kraft, Joe Haldeman, Alan Golds, Karen Raffensperger, Jennifer Buksbaum, Craig Crawford, Bob Davis

Correspondent: Byron Pitts

and

“STRUGGLE FOR ISLAM” CNN (CNN Presents) Executive Producer: Vivian Schiller

Producers: Kate Andrews, Bud Bultman, William Smee

Reporter: Christiane Amanpour

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BEST REPORT IN A NEWS MAGAZINE IN 2001

“NO GREATER LOVE: THE STORY OF FLIGHT 93” NBC (Dateline NBC) Executive Producer: David Corvo

Senior Producer: Ellen Mason

Producers: Benita Alexander-Noel, Sharon Isaak Hoffman, Lai Ling Jew, Lee Kamlet, Tim Peek

Anchor: Jane Pauley BEST DOCUMENTARY IN 2001

“PROMISES” PBS/ITVS

(P.O.V.) Executive Producers: Janet Cole, Sally Jo Fifer, Cara Mertes

Producers: B.Z. Goldberg, Justine Shapiro

OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN A CRAFT: WRITING

“LIFE'S GREATEST MIRACLE” PBS (Nova) Writer: Julia Cort

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OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN A CRAFT: DIRECTION

“EXODUS FROM AFRICA WITH SORIOUS SAMURA” CNN (CNN Presents)

Director: Dollan Cannell

and

“OF CIVIL WRONGS AND RIGHTS: THE FRED KOREMATSU STORY” PBS (P.O.V.)

Director: Eric Paul Fournier

and

“THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE CHICKEN” PBS (PBS National Special)

Director: Mark Lewis

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OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN A CRAFT: RESEARCH

“THE CARPET SLAVES: STOLEN CHILDREN OF INDIA” HBO (Cinemax Reel Life)

Researchers: Kate Blewett, Brian Woods

OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN A CRAFT: CINEMATOGRAPHY

“AFGHANISTAN REVEALED” MSBNC (National Geographic Explorer)

Videographers: Stephen Cocklin, Charles Poe, Yusuf Jannesar

OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN A CRAFT: EDITING

“OF CIVIL WRONGS AND RIGHTS: THE FRED KOREMATSU STORY” PBS (P.O.V.)

Editors: Eric Paul Fournier, Jean Kawahara

and

“SUICIDE” HBO (HBO: America Undercover)

Editor: Patrick Gambuti, Jr.

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OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN A CRAFT: GRAPHIC AND ARTISTIC DESIGN

“VERMEER: MASTER OF LIGHT” PBS

Art Director: Carol Hilliard Animator: Robert Grove

OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN A CRAFT: MUSIC AND SOUND

“HAUNT OF THE HIPPO” MSNBC (National Geographic Explorer)

Sound Mixers: Trevor Barber, Nelson Funk Composers: Lenny Williams, Chris Biondo

Sound: Mark Deeble, Victoria Stone Sound Editors: Tim Owens, Mike Kelly

OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN A CRAFT: LIGHTING DIRECTIONAND SCENIC DESIGN

“YOYO MA PERFORMANCE FROM OSCAR NOMINATED FILM” CBS (The Early Show)

Designer: William McGarvey

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OUTSTANDING REGIONAL NEWS STORY – SPOT NEWS

“CINCINNATI IN BLACK AND WHITE: RIOTS DAY ONE” WKRC (WKRC-TV 11:00pm News)

Reporter: Frank J Graff Photojournalist: Christopher A Hursh

OUTSTANDING REGIONAL NEWS STORY – INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING

“CAUGHT OFF GUARD” WABC (WABC Eyewitness News at 6:00pm)

Producers: Daniela Royes, Bryan White Reporter: Jim Hoffer

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BREAKDOWN BY PROGRAM PBS (14) P.O.V. ……….......................................................................................................……... 4 Nova …………………...............................………………………………………………. 2 PBS Special …………...............................………………………………………………. 2 Great Performances ...............................………………………………………………. 1 Life 360: A Place in Time .……..................……………………………………………… 1 PBS National Special ..............................………………………………………………. 1 She Says/Women in News ...................................………............................................ 1 Trade Secrets: A Moyers Report ........................………............................................. 1 Vermeer: Master of Light ……………………………………...................………………. 1

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CBS (7) CBS Evening News with Dan Rather .................………............................................ 3 60 Minutes II ..........................................................………............................................. 1 CBS Evening News Weekend Edition ..............................……...........………………. 1 CBS News Sunday Morning …………..............................……...........………………. 1 The Early Show …………………………..............................……...........………………. 1

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ABC (6) ABC News 20/20

…………………………………..……………........................……….. 2 ABC World News Tonight with Peter Jennings ......................………....………........ 2 ABC News Primetime Thursday ………...................................………....………........ 1 Good Morning America ………………...................................………....………........ 1 CNN (4) CNN Presents …………..………………….................................................................... 4 HBO (3) Cinemax Reel Life ……................................................................................................ 2 HBO: America Undercover ….........................................................…..…...............… 1 NBC (3) Dateline NBC ..........................................................….........….................................…. 2 NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw ..……………………................................…….. 1

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MSNBC (2) National Geographic Explorer ......................………...............…............................. 2 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL (1) Inside Base Camp ……..………………….................................................................... 1 TLC (1) Inside Flight 93 ………………………………..……………………................................ 1 WABC (1) WABC Eyewitness News at 6:00pm ................………...............…............................. 1 WKRC (1) WKRC-TV 11:00pm News ….…………….................................................................... 1