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EMMY AWARD NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED

EMMY 2005 SAT. MAY 14th

Terry Lowry and Fred LaCosse announce nominations at San Francisco party.

More than 200 entries will be competing for golden statues in 49 categories at the Emmy 2005 show. Nominations were announced on April 14th at parties in San Francisco, San Jose, Sacramento, Reno and Fresno. The list of Emmy nominations is also on the NATAS web site at www.emmysf.tv. The Emmy recipients will be announced at Emmy 2005 on May 14th at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco. This year’s theme is The Wild Wild West. A pre-show reception begins at 4 p.m. with the show starting at 5 p.m. A dinnerdance celebration follows at about 8:00pm, at The Exploratorium next door, with the band, “Full Motion.” Tickets are $90 for Academy members and $100 for non-members. You can get more information on the NATAS web site or by calling the Academy office at (650) 341-7786. CBS5 in San Francisco had the most nominations with 28, followed closely by NBC11 in San Jose with 26 nominations. KRON 4 in San Francisco was next with 18. In Sacramento, KCRA had the most nominations with 12. In Fresno, KSEE led the way with six nominations. In Reno, KTVN had the most nominations with three. In Hawaii, it was KITV on top

with three nominations. KCBA/KION in Salinas also had three nominations. FSN Bay Area led the cable sector with 10 nominations. KRON’s Brian Hackney was the individual leader with six nominations. Hackney has one of the most diverse set of nominations in chapter history. He was nominated as a weathercaster in two categories as well as a general news reporter, a news anchor, a science reporter and a documentary reporter. Hackney is guaranteed at least one Emmy statue as he’s the only nominee in the “best weathercaster” category. That is also the only category with only one nominee. Wayne Freedman of KGO, Don Hardy of NBC11, Glen Kuiper of FSN Bay Area and Craig Amzeen of Maloof Sports & Entertainment received four nominations each. The most competitive category is “best newscast, large market” with 14 nominations. Next is “best daytime newscast, large market” with nine nominees. There are seven nominees in the “best newscast, medium market” — four from Fresno, two from Reno and one from Hawaii. In the “best newscast, small market” there are four nominees — three from Salinas and one from Chico.
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INDUSTR “PROS” TRY INDUSTRY “PROS” TALK ABOUT BUSINESS

NBC 11 SHOOTER WINS PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR AGAIN
The San Francisco Bay Area Press Photographers Association honored NBC11 with four top awards at its 31st annual awards ceremony. The big winner, for the second year, was NBC11’s Brad Williams, who took home the Ken McLaughlin Award and Trophy for “Television Photographer of the Year.”

Brad Williams Steve Poitras Stephanie Adrouny Kevin Keeshan

Sal Castaneda

Mahelda Rodriguez

ErnieRizzuti Photo by Robert Mohr

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What’s it like to work in the broadcast industry? Dozens of TV and radio hopefuls got the chance to find out at NATAS’ annual Meet The Pros. The event was held April 27 at the KPIX studios in San Francisco. The gathering was co-sponsored by American Women in Radio & Television as well as the Radio & Television News Directors Association. Several dozen students and other guests heard from people who work in television and radio. They also got some one-on-one time to sit down at tables with the professionals. The panelists participating were: Julie Chin, KGO-AM assistant news director; Sal Castaneda, KTVU traffic reporter; Steve Poitras, UPN Bay Area station manager; Kevin Keeshan; ABC7 news director; Mahelda Rodriguez, KDTV executive producer; Dante Betteo, KCSM executive producer; Doug Sovern, KCBS radio reporter; Erik Nordby, KGO-AM producer; Ernie Rizzuti, KDTV general sales manager; Joe Vasquez, CBS5 reporter; and Stephanie Adrouny, ABC7 executive producer.

“We have long held that we have among the best photojournalists in the business,” said Linda Sullivan, President and General Manager of NBC11. ”(These) awards proved it once again.” NBC11’s other winners: · Kent Wilhoite, Award of Excellence for Television Spot News, “Strip Mall Fire” · Don Hardy, First Place for Television General News, “Wine Crop” · Dean Smith, Award of Excellence for Television Features, “Death by Caltrain” More than 175 news photographers as well as photojournalism students in the greater San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento areas submitted about 5,000 images and tapes for consideration in this year’s competition. Some $10,000 in cash and prizes were awarded.

LA LANNE LUNCH
Photo by Robert Mohr

Gold and Silver Circle members joined the Broadcast Legends on March 15th at the DoubleTree Hotel in the Berkeley Marina for lunch with Jack & Elaine LaLanne. Jack & Elaine, members of all three groups, gave a motivational talk about health and fitness as well as remembering the good old days of live television at KGO. His exercise shows can still be seen on TV, along with his famous “jucier” infomercial. Diane Paskerian, Legend and Silver Circle member took time to have her photo taken with Jack.

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Erik Nordby

Julie Chin

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Doug Sovern

KRON 4 NAMES NEWS DIRECTOR

KRON 4 President and General Manager Mark Antonitis says, “We’re thrilled to have Chris leading the KRON 4 News Department during these challenging times. Chris’s many years of experience in journalism, operations, and new technologies will continue to serve KRON 4 News well.” Chris started in radio in Santa Barbara, then moved on to television news reporting in Monterey and Providence, R.I., before moving behind the scenes as 6:00pm producer at KGO-TV in San Francisco in 1983. Five 2 years later, he moved overseas to manage the Christian Science Monitor’s television bureau in London, and earned a business degree from the London School of Economics. He eventually moved to Boston with The Monitor, before returning to the Bay Area with KRON four years ago. The Academy Board of Governors wish Chris the best of luck in one of the most challenging new management positions in the country.

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Chris Lee has been named the News Director of KRON 4 in San Francisco. Lee is a Bay Area native who joined KRON as Executive Producer in 2001, was promoted to Assistant News Director then Acting News Director in November of 2004 when Stacy Owen left on maternity leave, and continued in that position after Stacey decided not to return.

KRON 4 is teaming up again this month with Albertsons to bring the Bay Area exclusive live coverage of the world’s largest footrace, Bay to Breakers. The unique 7.46 mile race takes place Sunday, May 15th. KRON 4 will devote 2 ½ hours of airtime to broadcast the race and accompanying antics live for all those in the bay area who can’t make it into the city to experience Bay to Breakers in person. General Manager Mark Antonitis says, “We are very excited to broadcast and participate in the infamous Albertsons Bay to Breakers event.” The program will ABC include live footage from cameras stationed throughout the race course, from the start in the Financial District to the Hayes Street hill, Golden Gate Park, and the party at the polo grounds. And for those race participants who can’t watch the race live, the coverage will be rebroadcast on KRON 4 the same night from 6:30PM to 9:00PM.

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FRIDAY NIGHT IS NEWS FRIDA NIGHT ON
Beginning Friday, May 6, to coincide with the season premiere of California Connected, KQED Public Television 9 will alter its Friday evening lineup. The new schedule broadens the range of public affairs programs airing on Friday nights and 6 places more emphasis on local and statewide current affairs. The new Friday night lineup is: 6:00-7:00pm The Newshour With Jim Lehrer 7:00-7:30pm Nightly Business Report 7:30-8:00pm This Week in Northern California 8:00-8:30pm Washington Week 8:30-9:00pm California Connected California Connected, hosted by Lisa McRee and produced through a unique collaboration between KCETLos Angeles, KPBS-San Diego, KQED-San Francisco and 8 KVIE-Sacramento, is a statewide weekly news magazine program. Locally produced, This Week in Northern California, is hosted by Belva Davis, and is celebrating its 15th season.

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Last month during a rundown of how San Francisco TV stations were doing, Off Camera noted that while NBC11 wasn’t winning any newscasts outright, it was doing well in many key demographics. Well, it turns out KNTV has been scoring high in the 25-54 demo for some time. The NBC11 News at 11:00 won the April Nielsen book in adults 25-54, and has won that demo at 11pm every month since the introduction of People Meters in October, 2004. 5 Here’s the April Nielsen ratings, rolling average, 11:00pm newscasts, Monday-Sunday (Adults 25-54): KNTV 2.4 (9 share) KPIX 2.0 (7 share) KGO 1.9 (7 share) KRON 0.6 (2 share) Stations covet demographic ratings because for the most part, advertisers buy the demos more than the total ratings. They view adults between the ages of 25 to 54 as having the largest disposable income, and just as importantly, as being the key decision makers in how that family income will be 7 spent. Ratings in key demos are currency for TV stations, making this victory worth much more than just bragging rights for NBC11.

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NOMINATIONS EMMY NOMINATIONS 2005
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Photo by Robert Mohr © 2005

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There were six categories with no nominees if you want to make note for next year — Daily newscast, medium market; Daily newscast, small market; Commercial announcement; Oncamera, sports; Camera news, same day; and technical achievement. Following is a list of all the nominees:
For Outstanding Achivement In: NEWS AREAS: EVENING NEWSCAST - LARGE MARKET KCRA 3 Reports at 5 pm, KCRA Dan Weiser, News Director; James Stimson, Assistant News Director; Kirsten Wolff, Executive Producer; Cameryn Beck, Producer; Lois Hart, Dave Walker, Anchors Noticias Univision 14 A las Seis, KDTV Sandra Thomas, News Director; Mahelda Rodriguez, Executive Producer; Vicenta Jauregui, News Producer ABC7 News at 6, KGO Kevin Keeshan, News Director; Stephanie Adrouny, Executive Producer; Bill Green, Producer; Jonathan Baxter, Director; Dan Ashley, Pete Wilson, Anchors; Martin Wyatt, Sports Director; Greg DeRego, Managing Editor; Lucille Clark, News Writer The Bay Area at 11 pm, KNTV Jim Sanders, Vice President of News; Kathy Hostetter, Executive Producer; Jake Milstein, Producer; Allen Denton, Lisa Kim, Anchors; John Farley, Weather Anchor; Raj Mathai, Sports Anchor/Director Eyewitness News at 5, KPIX Dan Rosenheim, News Director Eyewitness News at 6:30, KPIX Dan Rosenheim, News Director; Mia Zuckerkandel, Producer Eyewitness News at 11, KPIX Dan Rosenheim, News Director; Peter Saiers, Producer KRON 4 News at 9 pm, KRON Stacy Owen, News Director; Chris Archer, Executive Producer; Curtis Sparrer, Producer; Fred Bushardt, Director KRON 4 News at 11 pm, KRON Stacy Owen, News Director; Mike Sterling, Producer; Mark Burnette, Director; Brian Hackney, Pam Moore, Anchors Noticiero 48 Telemundo a las 6, KSTS Jonathan Ruiz, News Director; Carolina Nunez, Producer; Raul Ayrala, Managing Editor KTVU Channel 2 News @ Six, KTVU Ed Chapuis, News Director; Janice Gin, Associate News Director; Claudia Lombana, Producer; Angie Morefield, Director

The Ten O’Clock News, KTVU Ed Chapuis, News Director; Michael Kelly, Executive Producer; Rita Chan, Producer; Angie Morefield, Director; Leslie Griffith, Dennis Richmond, Anchors Noticias 19 Univision, KUVS Pedro Calderon, News Director/Anchor; Janette Luviano, Assistant News Director; Rene Sanchez, Producer; Adriana Varela, Anchor; Cesar Narvaez, Technical Director News 10 at 11:00, KXTV Ron Comings, News Director EVENING NEWSCAST - MEDIUM MARKET Action News Live at 5, KFSN Joel Davis, News Director; S. Jeffrey Cardinale, Executive Producer; Bryan Lenocker, Producer; Warren Armstrong, Nancy Osborne, Anchor; Dale Yurong, Anchor/Reporter; DeAnna McQueen, Reporter Action News Live at 11, KFSN Joel Davis, News Director; Marquese Brown, Producer; Warren Armstrong, Anchor; DeAnna McQueen, Reporter Noticias 21 - 6:00 pm, KFTV Samuel Belilty, News Director; Sandy Sirias, Producer; David Ibarra, Anchor/Reporter; Sayra Vazquez, Anchor/Reporters 10 pm Newscast, KHNL Sue Levine, News Director; Rich Meiers, Senior Producer KOLO News Channel 8 @ 5:00, KOLO Jack Bowe, News Director; Kevin Bennett, Producer; Tad Dunbar, Terri Hendry, Anchors; Kelly Frank, Assignment Editor KSEE 11 pm News, KSEE Michael Espinoza, News Director; Nick Trujillo, Executive Producer; Ron Edens, Producer; Mike Hartman, Managing Editor; Kellye Galbraith, Editor; Sheldon Gajarian, Assignment Manager Channel 2 News at 5, KTVN Jason Pasco, News Director; Kellene Stockwell, Producer; Dave Ratto, Director
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George Garbuca, Monte Francis

Fresno Party continued from page 4

Sam Belilty, Nancy Osborne, David Ibarra

EVENING NEWSCAST - SMALL MARKET KCBA 10 pm Show, KCBA Denise Clodjeaux, News Director; Michael Edgecomb, Producer; Jodi Jones, Brian Speciale, Anchors 11 pm Show, KION Denise Clodjeaux, News Director 5 pm News at NCN, KNVN John “Scott” Howard, News Director KSBW Action News at Six, KSBW Lawton Dodd, News Director; Kelly Duffy, Assistant News Director; Ben Bamsey, Producer; Dave Mora, Steve Roxier, Directors DAYSIDE NEWSCAST - LARGE MARKET KCRA 3 Reports at 6 am, KCRA Dan Weiser, News Director; James Stimson, Assistant News Director; Gretchen Littlejohn, Executive Producer; Carolyn Thomas, Producer; Deirdre Fitzpatrick, Walt Gray, Anchors ABC-7 Morning News, KGO Leetha Yee, Executive Producer; Karen Wulferdinger, Producer; Jerry Sandy, Director; Elizabeth Bermudez, Kristen Sze, Eric Thomas, Anchors; Janelle Wang, Reporter; Joel Bartlett, Meteorologist; Joe McConnell, Traffic Reporter; Stan Burford, Helicopter Traffic Reporter; Christine Ni, Writer; Gary Schultz, Technical Director Morning News, KMAX Ron Jones, Anchor The Bay Area at 6 am, KNTV Jim Sanders, Vice President of News; Kirsten Chiala, Executive Producer; John Peck, Producer; Brent Cannon, Laura Garcia-Cannon, Anchors; Scott McGrew, Business Reporter; Kellie Onaga, Arlene Sison-Handa, Writers; Michelle Toy, Assignment Editor Bay Area Today at 10, KNTV Kristi Lawley, Producer; Brent Cannon, Laura Garcia-Cannon, Anchors; Jonas Tichenor, Reporter; Kellie Onaga, Writer Early Edition, KPIX Angie Sheets, Executive Producer; Kelly Peterson, Producer; Mike Bruce, Director; Eric Elliott, Weather Producer; John Kessler, Sydnie Kohora, Anchors; Roberta Gonzales, Weather; Liza Batallones, Traffic Reporter Weekend Early Edition, KPIX David Mills, Producer; Ron Jones, Anchor; Jeanette Pavini, Bill Schechner, Associate Producer/Reporters

Morning News, KTVU Melinda Tichelaar, Executive Producer; Liz Briggs Farrell, Producer; Pam Cook, Mark Curtis, Anchors; Sal Castaneda, Traffic Reporter; Matt Wills, Writer Mornings on Two, KTVU Melinda Tichelaar, Executive Producer; Liz Briggs Farrell, Alicia Dlugosh, Producers; Stephanie Kelmar, Segment Producer; Nabila Aslai, Assistant Producer; Jennifer Jolly, Reporter; Sal Castaneda, Traffic Reporter; Donna Behrens, Sunny Hampton, Matt Wills, Writers; Cathy Ortiz, Editor; Miranda Coykendall, Assignment Editor DAYSIDE NEWSCAST - MEDIUM MARKET No Entries DAYSIDE NEWSCAST - SMALL MARKET No Entries BREAKING NEWS STORY Walnut Creek Pipe Explosion, KGO Stephanie Adrouny, Executive Producer; Karen Wulferdinger, Producer; Marti Hanzlik, Director; Cheryl Jennings, Anchor; Gary Schultz, Technical Director; Paul Zaro, Photographer Yosemite Climbers, KGO Wayne Freedman, Reporter; Paul Zaro, Photographer Brush Fire, KRON Ross Palombo, Reporter CONTINUING COVERAGE Firefighters Under Fire, KGO Beth Rimbey, Producer; Lynn R Friedman, Editor Found Innocent, KNTV Dana Nachman, Producer; Donald Hardy, Editor GENERAL NEWS REPORTS Lt. Ballard Funeral, KNTV Traci Grant, Reporter; Kent Wilhoite, Photographer Stanford Prison Experiment, KPIX Tony Russomanno, Producer/Reporter Weapons of Mass Deception, KRON Brian Hackney, Producer/Reporter Marines, KTVU Rita Williams, Reporter; Sid Farhang, Photographer Michael Cerruti, Editor Storm Cleanup, KXTV George Warren, Reporter

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NEWS FEATURE - LIGHT Spoons, KGO Wayne Freedman, Reporter Plunderers of Pebble, KION/KCBA Brian Speciale, Reporter/Editor; Keith Wells, Photographer Berkeley Slang, KNTV Christine Nubla, Reporter; Brad Williams, Photographer Boy Named Mary, KRON Vic Lee, Reporter; Stan Drury, Photographer; Jim Joy, Editor NEWS FEATURE - LIGHT - SERIES Vaticano Series, KFTV Samuel Belilty, Producer/Writer/Talent; Carlos Gaviria, Photographer/Editor Attack Ads, KPIX Mike Sugerman, Reporter; Tony Welch, Camera/Editor Finding Ray, KSEE Matt Skryja, Reporter; Kevin Mahan, Photographer NEWS FEATURE - SERIOUS Rude Awakening, KCRA Lynsey Paulo, Reporter H2 Lights, KGMB Jacqueline McLean, Reporter Rats in Restaurants, KGMB Jacqueline McLean, Reporter Black Market Bears, KGO Beth Rimbey, Producer Judy Droz Keyes at the Democratic National Convention, KGO Mark Matthews, Reporter Soldier Portraits, KNTV Garvin Thomas, Reporter; Donald Hardy, Editor

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Sacramento Nomination Party

NEWS and PROGRAM AREAS: DOCUMENTARY California Connected: Entry Point, California Public Television Marley Klaus, Executive Producer; Deborah Clark, Senior Producer; Lisa McRee, Host Hard Time, KOVR/McNally Temple Associates Ray McNally, Director Horror to Hope: Rwanda After Genocide, KPIX Stephanie Danford, Producer; Dana King, Correspondent; Cecil Houston, Photographer; Wayne Philippo, Director; Mark Baggs, Technical Director Farming the Seas, KQED Steve Cowan, Producer/Director/Writer/Editor Echoes of War, KRON Jim Swanson, Executive Producer; Ken Swartz, Producer; Belva Davis, Narrator; Steve Whyte, Editor Where the Fault Lies, KRON Brian Hackney, Producer/Reporter; Craig Franklin, Photographer; Jim Joy, Editor INVESTIGATIVE REPORT AWOL in the Park, KGO Beth Rimbey, Producer/Writer; Lynn R Friedman, Editor Food Stamp Fraud, KPIX John Lobertini, Producer SPORTS SEGMENT Manute Bol: A True Warrior, FSN Bay Area Sean Maddison, Producer/Director Of Photography/ Editor; Glen Kuiper, Talent Past is Prologue, FSN Bay Area/Atomic Productions, Inc. Danny Angotti, Producer; Charlie Channel, Phillip Warnecke, Performers; Dennis Warsen, Camera; Matt Ruby, Editor Shoeshine Boxer, KPIX Mike Harris, Producer; Dennis O’Donnell, Reporter The Alamo, KXTV/Maloof Sports & Entertainment Craig Amazeen, Producer/Writer; Chris Murray, Editor My Hometown: Chris Webber, KXTV/Maloof Sports & Entertainment Craig Amazeen, Producer/Writer; Scott Monaco, Associate Producer, Chris Murray, Editor Storm of Adversity, KXTV/Maloof Sports & Entertainment Craig Amazeen, Producer/Writer; Chris Murray, Editor
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NEWS FEATURE - SERIOUS - SERIES Homeless on Heroin, KPIX Mike Sugerman, Reporter; Les Keeney, Christopher Mistrot, Richard Villaroman, Photojournalists How Aaron Hull Slipped Through the Cracks, KPIX John Lobertini, Reporter; Joe Riordan, Photojournalist Brown vs. Board of Education - 50 Years Later, KRON Noel Cisneros, Reporter; Craig Franklin, Photographer; Christa Collins, Editor Three Strikes: A Criminal Crisis, KSEE Monte Francis, Reporter; Justin C. Davis, George A. Garnica, Photographers SPECIALIZED REPORTS The Tech Report, KNTV Scott Budman, Reporter Consumer Watch, KPIX Stephanie Danford, Producer; Jeanette Pavini, Reporter/Producer; Richard Villaroman, Photographer; Paul Morrill, Editor Environmental Beat Reporting, KPIX Tony Russomanno, Environmental Reporter Brian Hackney - Science Editor, KRON Brian Hackney, Science Editor Contact 4 Consumer Composite, KRON Sandy Lee, Executive Producer; Abby Sterling, Producer; Joe Ducey, Reporter; Stan Drury, Photographer; Jim Joy, Editor About Face, KTXL Thomas Drayton, Reporter; Tom Long, Photographer

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SPORTS PROGRAM The Bay Area Black Aces, FSN Bay Area Ted Griggs, Executive Producer; Seth Magalaner, Kevin Eck, Coordinating Producers; Meredith Stroupe, Associate Producer; Dave Benzer, Director of Photography; Dan Friedman, Editor; Rico DeSandre, Associate Producer Oakland A’s Pregame Show: Bay Bridge Series 2004, FSN Bay Area Ted Griggs, Executive Producer; D’Aulaire Louwerse, Producer; Devon Ferris, Coordinating Producer; Amy Gutierrez, Segment Producer; Glen Kuiper, Talent; Tom Adza, Director; Jack Pavelick, Editor Big Sur Marathon Special, KCBA/KION John Freeman, Producer/Director High School Sports Focus, KICU Brodie Brazil, Reporter; Ric Shiraki, Chief Videographer Road to Athens, KNTV Jim Sanders, Amy Wentworth, Executive Producers; Dana Nachman, Producer; Donald Hardy, Director; Jan Boyd, Segment Producer; Craig Fierro, Field Producer; Raj Mathai, Sports Director; Kent Wilhoite, Senior Photographer; John Chiala, Ruben L. Martinez, Mark Villarreal, Brad Williams, Photographers; Barton Bishoff, Editor Telemundo Deportivo Edicion Raiders, KSTS Ramon Diaz, Victor Valverde, Producers

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EDUCATION/INSTRUCTIONAL/INFORMATIONAL SEGMENT The Hidden Dangers of Paintball, KOVR Kurtis Ming, Reporter Evening Magazine: What It Takes to Put on a Game, KPIX John Corey, Producer Kids and Guns: Triggering Danger, KSEE Faith Sidlow, Reporter; Justin C. Davis, Photographer/Editor EDUCATION/INSTRUCTIONAL/INFORMATIONAL PROGRAM Pacific Adventures: Kodiak, KITV Garrett Sprinkle, Producer/Director; Sonny Ahuna, Videographer Profiles of Excellence, KGO Mimi Kwan, Producer; Martin Wyatt, Host; Dan Friedman, Editor Bay Area Backroads: California Ranch, KRON Michael Rosenthal, Producer/Writer Bay Area Backroads: Mendocino Coast Adventures, KRON Eunice Louie, Producer CHILDREN/YOUTH SEGMENT IPO: Investing Pays Off: What in the World?, Foster City TV/Networth TV Productions Pam Krueger, Producer One Day in March, KTVN Sherrie Cerutti, Producer/Photographer; Dave Ratto, Director/Photographer; Bryan Evans, Photographer; John Cruz, Post-production Assistant Take a Look Around, KTVU David Gurien, Producer; Leslie Griffith, Reporter Torment High: The Bully Factor, KTXL Thomas Drayton, Reporter; Tom Long, Photographer CHILDREN/YOUTH PROGRAM Out of Bounds, KICU Brodie Brazil, Host; Ric Shiraki, Chief Videographer Lifesteps: Bouncing Back, KQED/Heartland Media Jim Watson, Producer/Director Stir TV: Episode # 1, KTSF David Baker, Executive Producer; Ashley Hathaway, Series Producer ENTERTAINMENT SEGMENT S.U.T.N. Parallel/Parallel, KBHK/ Double Dutch Bus Productions Sean Becker, Segment Producer/Director The Kid Can Play, KCRA Jorge Velasquez, Photojournalist Evening Magazine: The Weekend Warriors, KPIX Amanda Hencmann, Producer Spark!: Power to the Peaceful (Michael Franti), KQED/Bay Area Video Coalition Mark Rinehart, Segment Producer/Camera
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SPORTS LIVE BROADCAST Avalanche vs. Sharks: Patrick Marleau Hat Trick, FSN Bay Area Ted Griggs, Executive Producer; D’Aulaire Louwerse, Producer; Joe Washington, Coordinating Producer; Randy Hahn, Play-by-Play Talent; Glen Kuiper, Sideline Talent; Frank Albin, Director Rivalry Renewed: Kings vs. Lakers, KXTV/ Maloof Sports & Entertainment Craig Amazeen, Executive Producer/Producer; Michael Oddino, Producer/Director CULTURAL AFFAIRS SEGMENT Evening Magazine: The Downtown Farm, KPIX James Reid, Producer Evening Magazine: Fatty, KPIX Dave Stoelk, Producer Bay Area Backroads: Sebastopol Art, KRON Michael Rosenthal, Producer/Writer; Brian Cardello, Photographer; Jack Uhalde, Photographer; David Vandergriff, Editor CULTURAL AFFAIRS PROGRAM Common Ground: The Minority Vote, KCRA Millicent Ozdaglar, Producer; Pamela Wu, Host Monterey Bay Aquarium: A California Treasure Turns 20, KPIX Tim Hazen, Producer/Writer/Photographer/Editor LatinEyes, KRON/LatinEyes Media, Inc. Andres Pruna, Executive Producer Seabiscuit, The Legend Begins in San Francisco, KRON Jim Swanson, Executive Producer; Ken Swartz, Producer; Belva Davis, Narrator; Steve Whyte, Editor A Beautiful Blend: Mixed Race in America, KVIE Pat McConahay, Producer; Martin Christian, Videographer On the Shoulders of Giants, NASA-TV/ Ames Video Production Group Edward Schilling, Producer

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ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM In Wine Country: Cool Kitchen, KNTV Mary Orlin, Producer; Mary Babbitt, Host; Mark Oltz, Photographer/Editor Tech Now!: 300th Show, KNTV Scott McGrew, Executive Producer; Scott Budman, Host; Barton Bishoff, Creative Director; Bobee Padilla, Graphic Design Spark!: Fusion, KQED/Bay Area Video Coalition Pam Rorke Levy, Series Producer; Lori Halloran, Segment Producer; Jennifer Maytorena Taylor, Segment Producer; Mark Rinehart, Segment Producer/ Camera; Amy Miller, June Mesina Ouellette, Associate Producers CURRENT/PUBLIC AFFAIRS SEGMENT Common Ground: 8 Voices, KCRA/Hearst-Argyle TV Jay Rudin, Writer/Photographer/Editor Every Vote Counts, KCRA Jorge Velasquez, Photojournalist Firefighter Kids Camp, KOVR Kurtis Ming, Reporter/Writer; Damien Espinoza, Photographer/Editor CURRENT/PUBLIC AFFAIRS PROGRAM Newsroom on Access S.F., Access San Francisco Rod Laughridge, Producer California Connected: Can California Be Governed?, California Public Television Marley Klaus, Executive Producer Beyond the Headlines: Youth & Steroids, KGO Maggie Baxter, Executive Producer; Mimi Kwan, Executive Producer/Producer; Laura Kutch, Producer; Cheryl Jennings, Anchor; Mike Shumann, Reporter; Marti Hanzlik, Director; Lisa Phelan, Art Director/ Graphics Producer; Steve Kushman, Editor The Real Deal with Jeanette Pavini, KBHK Ed Nieto, Producer; Jeanette Pavini, Host/Reporter Students Rising Above Special, KRON Javier Valencia, Executive Producer; Wendy Tokuda, Producer/Talent; Antenor Arenas, Associate Producer; Noel Cisneros, Catherine Heenan, Reporters; Alex Jonsson, Editor On the Front Line: Gangs, Guns & Violence, KVIE Kelly B. Huston, Producer/Writer LIVE EVENT PROGRAM 2004 Pet Telethon, KOVR Diana Penna, Producer/Host; Dave Bender, Host; Frank Luna, Director; Tami Walker, Production Manager; Abigail Trott, Associate Producer; Joyce Mitchell, Line Producer; Kathyanne Thompson, Technical Director; Dennis Marin, Kathleen Newell, Photojournalists; Clarissa Resultan, Senior Videotape Editor Chinese New Year Parade, KTVU Jim Haman, Executive Producer/Producer; Jeff Green, Director; Ben Fong Torres, Julie Haener, Hosts; Sheri Johnson, Writer; Steve Shlisky, Editor Gimme the Mike!, KTVU Jim Haman, Executive Producer/Producer; Jeff Green, Director; Deanne Moenster, Design Director; Michele J. Harris, Writer; Scott Singer, Music Director; Robert Erdiakoff, Lighting Director; Steve Shlisky, Editor; Mark Metzler, Engineer in Charge

Linda Bulgo formerly Snow White of Beach Blanket Babylon writes and sings country music. She has a CD out called Linda Bulgo Country. She is a former Miss San Francisco and was seen on UPN’s SUTN show. Linda will be performing at Emmy 2005 PUBLIC SERVICE AREA: PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT A Teenager Like Me, KCRA Jay Rudin, Producer/Photographer/Editor Your Best, KCRA Andrew Fowler, Producer; Patrick Hugunin, Photographer/Editor SFMOMA / POP!, KGO Therese Gamba, Executive Producer; Melissa Crawford, Producer/Writer; Donna Wilhelm, Graphic Artist; Brad Welles, Sound Designer Hinds Hospice PSA, KTFF Maria Christina Zeiss, Producer; Jason Ramirez, Associate Producer Homeland Security Series, KTVN Bryan Evans, Producer; John Cruz, Photographer COMMERCIAL ANNOUNCMENT AREA: COMMERCIAL ANNOUNCEMENT No Nominations PROMOTION AREAS: PROMOTION NEWS Noticias 21 Cops America Cover, KFTV Andres E. Sanchez, Promotion Manager Hear My Voice, KNTV Vera Edgerton, Senior Promotion Producer A Soldier’s Story, KNTV Vera Edgerton, Senior Promotion Producer From Horror to Hope, KPIX Samantha Swartz, Senior Promotion Producer; Pat Cilia, Assistant Design Director Fallen Priests, KRON Ericka Wingerter, Producer/Writer The Wedding Crasher, KRON Michael Smith, Promotions Producer PROMOTION PROGRAM/SPORTS Olympians, KNTV Vera Edgerton, Senior Promotion Producer Seabiscuit: The Legend Begins in San Francisco, KRON Mollie Wagner, Producer/Writer; Bryan Johnson, Broadcast Designer The Greatest Fights of All Time!, KTXL Ari Pitchenik, Producer/Writer/Editor
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PROMOTION IMAGE UPN Bay Area Station Image, KBHK Rafael A. Figueroa, Producer; Rob Genolio, Producer; Pat Cilia, Assistant Design Director 10pm Block Promo: 6 Degrees of “Friends” & “Spin City”, KICU Joon Hee Lim, Producer/Writer/Editor; David Kaminsky, Design Director Illuminating, KNTV Jim Monroe, Vice President Creative Services; Matthew Winks, Producer Summer Image 04, KPIX Jerry Wagley, Producer; Pat Cilia, Assistant Design Director Something’s Coming: Name Change, KQCA Andrew Fowler, Director/Writer; Jay Rudin, Photographer/Editor KRON4 Morning News: News, Weather, Traffic . . . Personality, KRON Jeffrey Weinstock, Creative Services Director; Ericka Wingerter, Producer INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT AREAS (CRAFTS): ON CAMERA TALENT - ANCHORS Goodrich Composite, KPIX Juliette Goodrich, Anchor Hackney Composite, KRON Brian Hackney, Anchor Haener Composite, KTVU Julie Haener, Anchor ON CAMERA TALENT - REPORTERS Freedman Composite, KGO Wayne Freedman, Reporter Bob on the Loose, KNTV Bob Redell, Reporter Ming Composite, KOVR Kurtis Ming, Reporter Ramos Composite:, KPIX Manuel Ramos, Reporter Tony Russomanno Reports, KPIX Tony Russomanno, Reporter ON CAMERA TALENT - WEATHERCASTERS Hackney Composite, KRON Brian Hackney, Meteorologist ON CAMERA TALENT - SPORTS No Nominations ON CAMERA TALENT - SPORTS LIVE EVENT San Francisco Giants Baseball Announcers, FSN Bay Area Duane Kuiper, Play-by-Play Talent; Mike Krokow, Color Talent; Bip Roberts, Sideline Talent Golden State Warriors Basketball Announcer, FSN Bay Area Glen Kuiper, Sideline Talent ON CAMERA TALENT - PROGRAM Tallant Composite:, KBWB Shane Tallant, Host Fitzpatrick Composite:, KCRA Deirdre Fitzpatrick, Host

Emmy 2005 music, back by popluar demand Musical Director Scott Singer and dancing with Full Motion. WRITING - NEWS Freedman Composite, KGO Wayne Freedman, Writer Running Horse, KNTV Marla Miller, Writer Sugerman Composite, KPIX Mike Sugerman, Writer WRITING - PROGRAM Young Composite, KITV Pamela Young, Writer Evening Magazine: Slattery Composite, KPIX Margaret M. Slattery, Writer Evening Magazine: Stoelk Composite, KPIX Dave Stoelk, Writer CAMERA NEWS - SAME DAY No Nominations CAMERA NEWS - UNLIMITED Bollini Composite, KFTY Chris Bollini, Videographer Hardy Composite, KNTV Donald Hardy, Photographer CAMERA - PROGRAM Mendoza Composite, KGO Abraham Mendoza, Photographer Oltz Composite, KNTV Mark Oltz, Photographer McCuaig Composite, KTVU Don McCuaig, Photographer EDITING NEWS - SAME DAY Hi-Tech Shirts, KNTV Barton Bishoff, Editor Beeper Egg Hunt, KRON Lisa M. Kessler, Editor Garnica Composite, KSEE George A. Garnica, Editor Cerruti Composite, KTVU Michael Cerruti, Editor EDITING NEWS - UNLIMITED Bollini Composite, KFTY Chris Bollini, Editor Berkeley Slang, KNTV Brad Williams, Editor Three Strikes, KSEE Justin C. Davis, Editor Fight for Boxing, KUVS Felix N. Mendoza III, Editor Garcia Composite, KUVS Albert Garcia, Editor continued on page 10

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EDITING - PROGRAM Hugunin Composite, KCRA Patrick Hugunin, Editor Oltz Composite, KNTV Mark Oltz, Editor The All New Nutcracker, KTVU Steve Shlisky, Editor AUDIO/SOUND 33rd Ukulele Festival, KITV/Jazz Alley TV-Maui Reflection Films Kenneth K. Martinez-Burgmaier, Audio Engineer SBC Park: Behind the Scenes, KNTV John Chiala, Audio Engineer Coastal Clash, KQED Paul James Zahnley, Re-Recording Mixer The Southwest Airlines Chinese New Year Parade, KTVU Mark Metzler, Stephen Thomas, Audio Engineers DIRECTION Adza Composite, FSN Bay Area Thomas Adza, Director Lynch Composite, FSN Bay Area Jim Lynch, Director A Journey of Purpose - AIDS/Lifecycle 3, KBHK Gerard Cahill, Director Songs of the Season, KRON/GraceCom Media Ministry Robert J. Hartnett, Director GRAPHIC DESIGN In Wine Country Graphic Package, KNTV Heather Azim, Graphic Designer Olympians / Road to Athens, KNTV Bobee Padilla, Designer/Animator Sutter Health Present: Your Health, KPIX/KCRA/ The Idea Factory Peter Holmes, Designer Emmy 2004 / The First Time, Peninsula TV 26/ Foster City TV/NATAS Deanne Moenster, Art Director/Designer; Gabriel Nansen, Designer SET DESIGN and/or LIGHTING Giants / A’s / Warriors Headshot Composite, FSN Bay Area Tom Pellack, Jim Iacona, Set/Lighting Designers; Jennifer Franklin, Adam Joiner, Associate Set Designers The KCRA 3 Experience, KCRA James Stimson, Designer MUSICAL COMPOSITION Road to Athens, KNTV Laurence Scott, Composer Coastal Clash, KQED Chris Shiflett, Composer/Performer TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT No Nominations

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SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
By Alison Gibson, Education Chair

The National Television Academy, San Francisco/ Northern California Chapter, is pleased to announce the winners of three $3,000 scholarships in the area of television production, videography, and for the first time, reporting. Alison Victor from San Francisco State University successfully competed for the Peter J. Marino Production award. Erin Hudson from Stanford University took the Shelly Fay Videography award. And the first Abrazos & Books/Rigo Chacon Reporting award went to Ling Liu of UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. The winners will be honored at the annual Emmy Awards on May 14 at the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre in San Francisco. The scholarships are named after individuals who have made significant contributions to the Television Academy. Sheldon “Shelly” Fay was a multi-talented television professional who worked in the San Francisco Bay Area for more than 25 years. He was a Producer, Director, Photographer and Film Editor who began his career at KPIX-TV in 1962. From 1964-1970, he served as Vice President of Mendelson Productions, and eventually formed his own production company. In 1976, Shelly returned to KPIX-TV where he worked on “Evening Magazine,” “Impact,” “All Together Now,” “SuperKids,” and “Hot Streaks” until his death in 1990. Peter J. Marino was a stalwart member of the San Francisco/Northern California Chapter of the Television Academy. He served as Governor, Officer, and Chair of several committees, including Scholarship (which he cofounded), and Membership. A native of San Francisco, Peter was well known for his public relations exploits and as a music and video producer. He was associated with several Dick Clark musical television productions, was a principal in a Bay Area audio recording studio, and represented several major recording companies during his colorful career. Multiple Emmy award-winning television reporter Rigo Chacon and his wife, Lucy, offer the first Abrazos & Books Reporting scholarship to an outstanding student who aspires in the field of television reporting. The Chacons founded Abrazos & Books Scholarship Program which grew out of the devastation of the 1985 earthquake in Mexico City when Mr. Chacon was sent there to report on the disaster. That money helped build homes and classrooms and has grown to assist hundreds of students in Mexico and the United States.

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ON THE MOVE
Jennifer Mitchell has been promoted to Web Manager for ABC 7, KGO-TV/DT. In her new role, Ms. Mitchell oversees the daily operations of the station’s website, abc7news.com, supervises two web producers, and works on strategic marketing initiatives for the site. Prior to her recent promotion, Ms. Mitchell was the Senior Web Writer/Producer for the website. And Deb Kabasakalis joins ABC 7 as weekend 5:00pm news producer. Deb was previously a freelance and staff producer at KRON 4 News. Eddie Alexander moves from ENG/ Editor at KRON 4 to ENG/Editor at CBS 5 (KPIX) Eyewitness News. Nora Ventura makes the same move from 4 to 5 as an account executive. Maureen Naylor is the new Weekend Evening Anchor at KFSN (ABC O&O) in Fresno, CA. Maureen moves from Chico, CA where she was the Evening Anchor at KNVN/KHSL. Maureen started her broadcasting career at KCOY in Santa Maria, CA and is an honors graduate with a double major in Journalism and History from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. Meteorologist Eileen Javora has joined the KCRA 3 Weather Team. Prior to coming to Sacramento, Eileen most recently worked for WBBH, the NBC affiliate in Fort Myers, Florida and is no stranger to covering severe weather. While at WBBH, Eileen played an integral part in the station’s hurricane tracking coverage, covering last summer’s four major hurricanes sweeping across the state. Daryl Hawks joins KNTV NBC11 in San Jose as the new Weekend Sports anchor.

SELENA BEATS CSI & TRUMP IN DEMOS

Lots of staff changes in Hawaii. Here they are, by station: KHNL- 10pm producer Rich Meiers has been promoted to Executive Producer. Kurt Weller replaces Rich as 10pm producer. Serena Thomas moves from weekend producer and assignment desk to 6pm producer. KGMB- Police reporter Louise Kim McCoy has left the station to explore other opportunities. KITV- Justin Fujioka replaces Kathy Muneno as weathercaster. Kathy has left the station. Weekend sportscaster Dan Meisenzahl has moved to morning news reporter. Former sports reporter Rob DeMello is now the weekend sports anchor. Weekend assignment manager and morning reporter Kehau Fernandez is leaving to become an associate in a real estate company. Trish Young and Shayne Enright join KITV as associate producers.

ALOHA ALOHA MEANS HELLO and GOODBYE HELLO GOODBYE

In this corner, CSI on CBS (KPIX). In this corner, The Apprentice, on NBC (KNTV), battling it out for number one at 9:00pm. And the winner is: Selena… ¡Vive! On Univision (KDTV)? That’s right, on Thursday, April 7, Spanish language viewers showed their clout in the Bay Area by pushing the star-studded memorial concert honoring the late Tejano music queen, Selena, to the number one spot among some key demographics for more than three hours. And they did it on what is traditionally the highest rated night of English language TV viewing—Thursday. According to the Nielsen Station Index (NSI), Selena… ¡Vive! was KDTV’s second highest rated show ever, with a 4.1 average between 8:00pm and 11:15pm. But the demo break-out was the real win for KDTV: • Selena… ¡Vive! was the highest rated program all day among Men 18-34 and the second highest-rated program all day among Women 18-34. • In the 9-10pm time period, Selena… ¡Vive! averaged a greater Adult 18-34 audience than “The Apprentice” and “CSI”. • In the 10-11pm time period, Selena… ¡Vive! averaged greater audience in Adults 25-54 than KTVU’s “10 O’Clock News” and “Without A Trace” on KPIX/CBS. Featured artists included Thalía, Alejandra Guzmán, Paulina Rubio, Gloria Estefan, Kumbia Kings, Los Dinos, Bobby Pulido, Montez de Durango, Ana Gabriel, Graciela Beltrán, Pepe Aguilar, Ana Bárbara, Soraya, Fey, Aleks Syntek and The Barrio Boyz.

GONZALES ELECTED APTRA V P
Roberta Gonzales, weather anchor for KPIX CBS 5 was elected executive vice president of APTRA (Associated Press TelevisionRadio Association of California and Nevada) during the group’s 58th annual convention in San Jose on April 9th. APTRA holds seminars and an annual awards competition for Associated Press member stations.

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HIGH TECH AT THE NAB
Your future starts here. NAB 2005 drew 97,000 attendees and 700 exhibitors to Las Vegas during six days in April. There was far too much going on to cover more than just one area of interest…low cost HD cameras, software & technology. Ron Wells, Sales Manager at VMI in Sunnyvale took a look at new pro-sumer HD camcorders. He remarked, “HDV is no longer the only way to go when you want to shoot low-cost HD.” As a matter of fact, the only HDV camera shown was the Sony HVRZ1U (which VMI premiered at a NATAS HD Seminar in February). This $4,900 unit is backward compatible with the DVCAM format and offers smart viewfinder focusing and zooming features not yet seen in higher end models. The JVC GYHD100 features uncompressed 720i signal output, interchangeable lenses, a IEEE 1394 bus interface and a patented focus assist function that exaggerates picture detail. It will be available in the summer for about $6,300. Panasonic’s AGHVX200 can shoot in DVCPRO HD, DVCPRO 50 & DVCPRO/DV formats. The DVCPRO HD format has a video bit rate of 100Mbps, 4 channels of uncompressed audio and full 4:2:2 color sampling. The P2 flash card option offers tapeless and drive-less capture with superior resistance to vibration, impact and temperature change. This camera will be sold in Q4 for under $10,000.
By Keith Sanders

HD production software doesn’t cost much more than the standard definition software it replaces. Adobe Systems offered some tantalizing hints at what Premiere 7.0 will look like, with improved timeline nesting, color correction and real time playback. Apple Computer’s Final Cut Studio showed how one suite of video productivity software can work with DV, SD & HD seamlessly. The bundle consists of Final Cut Pro 5, Soundtrack Pro (audio editing), Motion 2 (animation) and DVD Studio Pro (authoring). Another popular production bundle is the Vegas + DVD Production Suite. which combines Vegas® 6, DVD Architect™ 3, and Dolby Digital® AC-3. This bundle lets you edit and process DV, HDV, and SD/HD-SDI in real-time, manipulate audio with unparalleled precision, and author DVDs The theme for NAB 2005 was “Your Future Starts Here.” There were a number of exhibits and pavilions to prove the point. NAB-HD provided a hands-on look at everything that goes into putting together a functioning digital TV station…from capture, to editing, to delivery. NextGen Home explored future end-user experiences with consumer electronics. The 5.1 Pavilion showcased surround sound products from leading companies. The Satellite Business & Technology Pavilion exhibited content delivery technologies in the areas of satellite, fiber and wireless broadband. More complete show information is available at www.nab.org.

KQED Interactive has received three prestigious Webby nominations this year. Called the “Oscars of the Internet,” the Webby is the leading international award honoring excellence in Web design, functionality and creativity. Webbys are judged by leading web experts, business figures, luminaries, visionaries and creative celebrities. Winners will be announced online on May 3, 2005 at a gala event in New York City.

AND THE WEBBY GOES TO...

Nominating Committee chair Stewart Heller is looking for NATAS members who would like to serve on the Board of Governors. The board meets on the second Saturday of each month from 10 am until noon. Each Governor also serves on board committees that do the work of the chapter. Governors serve a two year term starting on June 15th. Members from outside the Bay Area are enouraged to run for the board. You can attend the meeting by calling a toll free 800 number. If you are interested in learning more about the Board of Governors, contact Stewart at 510-816-2974 or stewheller@aol.com.

BOARD ELECTION

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PREMIERE SCREENING RIDING RAILS IN CHINA

CINEMA CLUB
San Francisco - May 9th

The words “hip” and “original” were generously tossed around the packed Dolby Laboratories Theater in San Francisco on March 23rd after the debut screening of award-winning D3 Productions, Inc.’s most recent documentary, Riding Rails in China. The 110-minute program - the second of D3 Productions’ series of feature-length travel adventures - follows two young Americans, Nick and Chris, on their first trip to China. From the Great Wall to the Pearl River Delta, they ride through the country’s changing landscape on good old Chinese locomotives. They stop en route to meet locals in traditional neighborhoods, eager university students, entrepreneurial southern farmers, and hardworking migrant laborers. The screening, coupled with D3 Productions’ 8th anniversary party, was a proud moment for the D3 team, including owner and Executive Producer Duffy Wang, DP/editor Alex Chiang, Producer Alison Gibson, and Associate Producers Anna-Sophie Loewenberg and Nicole Marsh. Even the Dolby Facilities Manager Tom Bruchs—who has obviously seen countless films— described it as a completely new genre. Bruchs said he felt as though he was traveling with Nick and Chris to a far-away place without having to step-out of his control room, and without the stiff format that characterizes many travel documentaries. Others called it “trendy and engaging,” and described it as a reality-type show without the forced drama, and with much more depth. Audience members included longtime D3 associates, as well as representatives from many local TV stations, including KCSM, KQED, WB20, CBS-5 and ABC-7. Encouraged by all the positive feedback, Executive Producer Duffy Wang is now in the process of making syndication decisions and getting the film on the air. The first of Wang’s travel documentaries, Tibet Diary, is currently airing nationwide on PBS stations. In addition to travel specials, D3 Productions devotedly produces its weekly magazine series Inside China and documentary series Land of the Dragon to offer PBS viewers a deeper understanding of the daily lives, culture, fine art and history of the Han Chinese and China’s many ethnic minorities. Through these varied genres, D3 Productions offers a timely and authoritative look at the rapidly changing face of China, a complex society that is increasingly impacting our own.

“Winter Solstice” Drama 1 hr. 33 min. Landscape gardener Jim Winters is a quiet craftsman, a softspoken man who prefers an orderly life. His family, however, is anything but orderly. Older son Gabe is planning his escape to Florida, leaving behind any shot at a stable future with his girlfriend. Younger son Pete has retreated into a private world of anger, drift and disappointment. Jim struggles watching his sons make choices he views as disastrous compromises. It is only when he meets his new neighbor, Molly, that Jim finds a way to deal with his own life and his family’s future. MPAA Rating: R for language. Starring: Allison Janney, Anthony LaPaglia, Aaron Stanford, Mark Webber, Ron Livingston Director & Screenwriter: Josh Sternfeld Produced by: John M. Limotte, John Limotte, Doug Bernheim Website: http://www.paramountclassics.com/winter/index2.html The Delancey Street Screening Room is located at 600 Embarcadero, San Francisco, between Brannan and Townsend, enter through iron gate. Refreshments & Networking 7 p.m., movie 7:30 p.m. Seating limited to first 146 to arrive. FREE for NATAS members who may bring one guest. Mark your calendars for the Second Monday of each month for “Cinema Club.”

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REMEMBERING THE WILD WILD WEST

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7 THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS Emmy
OFFICERS: David Mills, KPIX, President Lynn R Friedman, KGO, VP, SF Keith Sanders, Perfect Pitch TV, VP, SJ Dan Adams, KXTV, VP, Sacramento Nancy Osborne, KFSN, VP, Fresno Terri Russell, KOLO, VP, Reno Pamela Young, KITV, VP, Hawaii Terry Lowry, LaCosse Productions, Secretary NATIONAL TRUSTEES: Alison Gibson, Media Cool (Education) Cynthia Zeiden, Zeiden Media (Activities) GOVERNORS: Bob Anderson, KBWB Dan Ashley, KGO Brian Avery, KTLN Samuel Belilty, KFTV John Burgess, KFTY/KVIQ John Catchings, Catchings & Assoc. (Museum) Janice Edwards, KNTV Ginnelle Elliott, KPIX (Membership) Deirdre Fitzpatrick, KCRA Albert Garcia, KUVS Bob Goldberger, KGO Stewart Heller, York Productions Valeria Hernandez, KDTV Adam Housley, Fox News Justin Kanno, KOLO Ronald Louie, KTVU (Alt. Trustee)

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4317 Camden Avenue San Mateo, CA 94403 (650) 341-7786 F: (650) 372-0279 John Murray, JM Communications Sharon Navratil, KTVU John Odell, CCSF Pam Schoen, KTXL Heather Searles, ITVS Josh Springer, KCSM (Publicity) Javier Valencia, KRON (Awards) Stuart Yamane, Yamane Creative Svc. Richard Zanardi, Notre Dame Univ.

COMMITTEE CHAIRS: (not listed above) Darryl Cohen, Cohen & Cooper (Legal) Linda Giannecchini, KQED (Museum) Deanne Moenster, KTVU (Publicity) James Spalding, Spalding & Co., (Finance) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Darryl R. Compton, NATAS Off Camera Bob Goldberger, Editor Darryl Compton, Publisher Robert Mohr, Photographer

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