CSN’s Celtics Telecast Nominated for Emmy for 17 Consecutive Year

Comcast SportsNet, New England’s original sports network, earned 10 Emmy nominations from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Boston/New England Chapter, including a 17th consecutive nomination for its Boston Celtics telecasts. Comcast SportsNet’s Celtics telecasts took home the Emmy in the Sporting Event category in 1997, 1999, 2002 and 2008.

Comcast SportsNet’s 10 nominations include:

Sporting Event/Game-live/Unedited

Boston Celtics – Paul Lucey, producer; Steve Reagan, executive producer; Jim Burgoyne, director of production; Andy Levine, associate producer; Jeff Grice, editor; Mike Gorman, play-by-play; Tommy Heinsohn, analyst; Greg Dickerson, reporter; Donny Marshall, analyst; Barry Alley, videographer and Jim Edmonds, director.

Sports Series (2)

Celtics Now – Kevin Miller, coordinating producer; Steve Reagan, executive producer; Nate Long, producer; Joe Rolfe, editor; Donny Marshall, host and Laura Behnke, host.

Mohegan Sun Sports Tonight – Kevin Miller, coordinating producer; Steve Reagan, executive producer; Jim Burgoyne, director of production; Jim Aberdale, producer; Koom Lam, producer; Lucy St. Pierre, director; Gary Tanguay, host and Mike Felger, host.

Sports One-Time Special (2)

Manny Being Manny: The Final Days in Boston - Kevin Miller, coordinating producer; William Bridgen, executive producer; Steve Reagan, executive producer; Torey Champagne, producer/editor; TJ Powers, graphics/editor and Tom Guilmette, videographer.

Drive for 17: Championship Season – Paul Lucey, producer; Steve Reagan, executive producer; Jim Burgoyne, director of production; Andy Levine, associate producer; Mike Gorman, host and Jeff Grice, editor.

Promotion Program-Campaign

The Network of Champions – Steve Ratner, Executive Producer

Editor Program

2008 NBA Playoffs – Andy Levine

Editor Short Form (Promos/PSA/Commercials)

Comcast SportsNet promos – TJ Powers

Graphics Arts Program

Comcast SportsNet promos – TJ Powers

Graphic Arts Short Turnaround

2008 NBA Playoffs/Celtics Graphics package – TJ Powers

“I commend all our nominees for their hard work and devotion. We are extremely fortunate that the Boston sports scene has been running at full tilt year after year, and these nominations represent hours of work preparing the region’s best coverage,” Bill Bridgen, Comcast SportsNet executive vice president and general manager.

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