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KCAL, KTTV Top Emmy List

Television* The annual awards for local stations include three prizes in news categories given to KTLA, KCBS and Spanish-language KMEX.

July 01, 2002|From a Times Staff Writer

KCAL and KTTV led the pack at the 54th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards, presented Saturday by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences at the Leonard Goldenson Theatre.

But KTLA, KCBS and Spanish-language KMEX scored three of the major prizes in the local news categories.

KTLA's "First Edition" won for best daily newscast under 35 minutes, CBS 2 "News at 5" won for best daily newscast over 35 minutes, and KMEX took home the award for best regularly scheduled daily newscast.

The Governors Award was presented to veteran newsman Pete Noyes and Los Angeles Laker announcer Chick Hearn.

Here is a complete list of winners:

Regularly scheduled daily news (daytime newscast): KMEX

Regularly scheduled daily news (0-35-minute format): KTLA

Regularly scheduled daily news (over-35-minute format): KCBS

Hard news reporting: Joel Grover, KCBS; Aiden Pickering, Fox 11

News special: "Bioterrorism: Lines of Defense," KNBC

Investigative Reporting: "The Nightmare of a Community," KVEA

News Feature Reporting: Mike Castellucci, KCBS

News Director: Stephanie E. Medina, KTLA

Serious News Story (single report): "Children of War," KNBC

Serious News Story (multi-part): "War Voices," KVEA

Light News Story (single report): "Oxygen Bar," KVEA

Light News Story (multi-part): "Decade of Magic," KCAL

News Writer: Bob Tarlau, KTTV

Live Coverage of an Unscheduled News Event: "The Bridge and the Bomb," KTTV

Sports Feature: "September 11 Impact," FSN

Sports Series (Programming): "Inside Cal-Hi Sports," FSN

Sports Series (News): "Competing for a Cause," KABC; "Diamond of the Arena," KWHY

Informational/Public Affairs Series (more than 50% based): "Full Disclosure: L.A.'s War Against Terrorism," AT&T Hollywood

Informational/Public Affairs Series (more than 50% remote): "Vista L.A.," KABC

Education: "Changing Gender," KTTV

Instructional Programming: "Hollywood Homeroom: Getting Into Production," KLCS; "Psychology: The Human Experience," KOCE

Arts and Culture/History: "Songs of Our Success," KTTV

L.A. Local Color: "Extreme L.A.," KCAL

Crime and Social Issues: "Cara a Cara con Vicente Fox," KMEX

Children/Youth Programming: "Every 15 Minutes 'For My Friends,' " CITYTV

Non-news Editor: Gary Ashton, KCAL

News Editor: Frank Caramelli, KCAL

Short Promo: "Reigning Supreme," KCAL

Feature Segment: "Neighbor to Neighbor: Japanese Americans," LA CITYVIEW

Information Segment: "World Trade Center Survivors," KCET

Entertainment Programming: "Lisa's L.A.," KTTV

Live Special Events: "Desfile De Las Rosas 2001," KMEX

Creative Technical Crafts, Sound: "Tournament of Roses Parade," KTLA

Creative Technical Crafts, Videographer/Single Camera: Victor Smith, KCAL

Creative Technical Crafts, Videographer/Multi Camera: "L.A. Marathon," KCOP, Gary Brainard, Tony Buttitta, Bruce Cook, David Conley, Steve Field, Michael Hardiman, Scott Hylton, John A. Kunst, Denny Macko, Ollin Martinex, Kirk McLemore, Javier Medel, Gary Meeker, Kevin Sechrist, Perry W. Suen, Thomas Terry, Jimmy Velarde, David Wehlage, David West, camera; Robert J. Cunningham, Christopher Gray, Darryl Leyden, Richard Thomson, video control.

Live Sports Coverage: "Dodgers Baseball," FSN

Sports Special: "Fred Roggin's Lakers Post Game Show," KNBC

Sports Reporting: Fred Roggin, reporter; Charles Rosene, producer, KNBC

Non-news Director: Doug Freeman, FSN

Public Service Announcement: "Emergency Preparedness Report," LA CITYVIEW 35; "Internet Safety: Parents," KLCS

News Feature Reporting: Mike Castellucci, reporter; Juan Renteria, producer, KCBS

News Videographer: Arturo Quezada, KMEX

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