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NYC MEDIA RECEIVES 19 NEW YORK EMMY NOMINATIONS
City’s Official Network Earns Nominations in Arts, History, Politics, and Education Categories

February 16, 2012 - NYC Media, the official television network of the City of New York, is pleased to announce that it has been nominated for nineteen New York Emmy Awards. The 55th Annual New York Emmy Awards, which recognize outstanding content in the industry, will be presented on Sunday, April 1 at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square.

“We’re incredibly proud that the hard work of our staff and production partners over the past year has culminated in these Emmy nominations,” said Todd Asher, First Deputy Commissioner, Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment. “Our flagship station NYC life continues to be the place for viewers to tune in to learn about the many fascinating aspects of their City.”

NYC Media’s Emmy nominations include:

COMMUNITY SERVICE
Lunch NYC 

ARTS: PROGRAM/SPECIAL
Surrender Tango
 
ENTERTAINMENT: PROGRAM/SPECIAL
Secrets of New York – Theatre
 
HISTORICAL/CULTURAL: PROGRAM FEATURE/SEGMENT
Toni On! New York
 
HISTORICAL/CULTURAL: PROGRAM/SPECIAL
Secrets of New York – Composite 

EDUCATION: PROGRAM FEATURE/SEGMENT
Toni On! New York
 
EDUCATION: PROGRAM/SPECIAL
Classroom on the Water – The Urban Assembly New York Harbor School
Toni On! New York
Toni On! New York: New England
 

ENVIRONMENT: PROGRAM
Toni On! New York 

HEALTH/SCIENCE: PROGRAM FEATURE/SEGMENT
Lunch NYC
 
HEALTH/SCIENCE: PROGRAM/SPECIAL
Secrets of New York – Medicine 

CRIME
 Secrets of New York – Speakeasies

POLITICS/GOVERNMENT: PROGRAM/SPECIAL
Mr. Mayor – Rudy Giuliani: Law and Order 

MAGAZINE PROGRAM
Say “I Do!” NYC 

COMMUNITY/PUBLIC SERVICE (PSAs)
When Did the Statue of Liberty Turn Green? & Other Questions about New York City 

ON-CAMERA TALENT: PROGRAM/MODERATOR
Toni On! New York 

WRITER: PROGRAM
Toni On! New York: Boston 

GRAPHICS: NEWS/PROGRAM
Lunch NYC 

Secrets of New York, Mr. Mayor, When Did the Statue of Liberty Turn Green? and Classroom on the Water are original NYC Media productions; the other shows are co-productions with NYC Media or were obtained by NYC Media at no cost to taxpayers in its continuing cost-saving strategy to air engaging programs from independent producers and media partners.

Visit nyemmys.org to learn more about the New York Emmys.