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North Hempstead TV Nominated for Emmy Award For Environmental Feature

 February 28, 2019
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North Hempstead TV Nominated for Emmy Award For Environmental Feature

North Hempstead, NY –The Town of North Hempstead’s NHTV has been nominated for a New York Emmy Award for its environmental feature about the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC)’s research on the fish in Manhasset Bay, Little Neck Bay and Manhasset Harbor. The feature was directed by TV studio director Alan Ginsberg. The nominations for the 62nd Annual New York Emmy Awards were announced on February 20.

To view the Protecting Our Marine Wildlife with the New York DEC follow the link.

“It’s certainly a thrill for the Town to be nominated for an Emmy Award,” said Supervisor Bosworth. “The Town is fortunate to have the DEC keeping a close watch on the fish population of Manhasset Bay. Their research is critical to helping the Town monitor the quality of our waterways and our marine life. The ride along with the DEC gives viewers a real bird’s eye view of how the DEC does their work.”

North Hempstead TV (NHTV) is the Town’s award-winning government access television station, which features new and fresh content weekly and dozens of entertaining shows and public service announcements each year. NHTV’s mission is to inform the public about all the Town has to offer and to provide this information in exciting and informative ways.

NHTV programming is available by tuning in to Channel 18 or 63 on Cablevision and Channel 46 on Verizon FIOS or by logging on to www.mynhtv.com. The NHTV studio is located at the “Yes We Can” Community Center.

The New York Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NY NATAS) conducts activities that cultivate, promote and encourage understanding of, appreciation for, and public interest in the arts, crafts and sciences of television.


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