Pintura Orgánica de Fernando Ureña Rib

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Local Emmy Award voters spread the love by awarding wins in the major newscast categories to four different stations.

WNYW/Channel 5's "Good Day New York" won the "Morning Newscast" trophy. WCBS/Channel 2 earned the "Daytime Newscast" award; WNJU/Channel 47 had the "Evening Newscast: Under 35 Minutes" honor, and WABC/Channel 7 got the "Evening Newscast: Over 35 Minutes."

And when Sunday night's awards ceremony was over, two Spanish language stations, WXTV/Channel 41 and Channel 47 had earned more trophies than some of their English-speaking rivals.

The MSG Network led all others with 18 awards when the New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the results of the 51st Annual New York Emmy Awards.

MSG was followed by NYC-TV with 12, Channel 5 with nine; the YES Network, seven; News 12 Connecticut and Channel 41 with six apiece; and Channel 2 and Channel 47 with five each, including best newscast under 35 minutes with Patsi Arias and Jorge Ramos.

News 12 Long Island and Channel 7 earned four awards each, and WNET/Channel 13, WNBC/Channel 4, WPIX/Channel 11 and SportsNet New York all had three apiece.

Channel 2 anchor Chris Wragge, who was at the helm for the station's Emmy-winning newscast, also won in the "On-Camera Talent: Anchor-News" category.

Channel 47's Andrea Romero won the "Anchor-Weather" statuette. MSG's Al Trautwig won the "Anchor-Sports" award. Channel 7's John Del Giorno won the "Reporter-Live" Emmy and News 12 Long Island's Elizabeth Hashagen won the "Reporter-Specialty Assignment" honor.

Channel 5's Charles Leaf earned the Emmy for "General Assignment" reporting.

Channel 2 won the "Breaking News Story" trophy for its coverage of Cory Lidle's plane crash.

Channel 11 won the "Spot News Story" award for covering the steampipe explosion last summer.

Channel 41 got the Emmy for "Continuing Coverage" for its work on the murder of a day laborer in Mount Kisco.

Scott Weinberger, recently dropped from Channel 2, won the "Hard News: Single Story" Emmy. And Mary Garofalo, who was cut from Channel 5 won in the "Investigative: Series" category.

Channel 5's Arnold Diaz won three awards, for "Investigative: Single Story," for "Hard News: Series" and for "Business/Consumer."

Channel 41's Alex Roland and Jose Arturo Lopez and their producers earned the "Feature News: Single Story" and "Feature News: Series" trophies respectively.

Channel 7's Jim Hoffer and his producers won the "Journalistic Enterprize" Emmy. Hoffer also won for "On-Camera Talent: Reporter-Investigative."

MSG's "The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden" earned nine Emmys, including for "Entertainment: Program/Feature Segment" and "Entertainment: Program/Special."

Other winners were: Channel 5's John Deutzman in the "Crime" category, and Channel 4's Jay DeDapper and Melissa Russo won the "Politics/Government" coverage award.

FARÁNDULA DOMINICANA

 

LA PRESENTADORA DE NOTICIAS

PATSI ARIAS

GANA PREMIOS EMMY 2008

 

 

 

 


La presentadora de noticias Patsi Arias se ha destacado en los medios de comunicación y televisivos de República Dominicana luego de ascender a la posición de lectora principal en los noticieros matutinos y meridianos de la emisora Cadena de Noticias, conocida como el líder nacional en noticias.

Patsi Arias posee carisma, don de gentes y una calidad de voz potente y serena. Estas condiciones,  junto a una distinguida presencia y un hábil manejo de situaciones inesperadas, en las transmisiones en vivo que con frecuencia realiza esta cadena de noticias. Esta calidad profesional le otorga sin dudas credibilidad a su palabra.

Patsi Arias realiza trabajos a dúo con grandes presentadores noticiosos de la talla de Néstor Estévez, Farah de la Mota, Dashira Martínez, Claudio Nasco, Felix Victorino y Milagros Beras, entre otros.

Dentro del Programa matutino Despierta con CDN, Patsi Arias realiza los boletines informativos, compartiendo escenario con Miguel Guerrero, Fernando Ferrán, Mukién Sam Beng.  A este programa asisten con frecuencia líderes políticos dominicanos de la talla de Jacinto Peynado, Milagros Oríz Bosch, Leonel Fernández, Johny Jones, Hipólito Mejía, Rafael Suberví Bonilla, Jaime David Fernandez, Rafaela Alburquerque, Licelot Marte de Barrios, Eduardo Estrella y otros destacados políticos dominicanos. 

La carrera pública de Patsi Arias se inicia desde muy joven en su  ciudad natal de Baní, donde resultó electa como Reina Provincial de Belleza y luego su figura sobresalió dentro de las candidatas finalistas al Concurso de Belleza Miss República Dominicana. Durante un breve período de tiempo trabajó como modelo en las pasarelas dominicanas. En el año 1999 participó en el Concurso Miss International, celebrado en Tokio, Japón, alcanzando uno de las principales posiciones dentro de las finalistas del certámen.

Patsi Arias es egresada de una licenciatura en mercadeo por la Universidad Tecnológica de Santiago, UTESA. Sus planes son continuar estudiando comunicación y periodismo a fin de llegar aún más lejos como entrevistadora y comunicadora.

 

 

 

 

 

Ureña Rib has seen his work exhibited around the World and holds a prominent position on the Art scene in his own country, but he admits to be particularly drawn to Montreal, which he visits annually. Renting a studio in the downtown Belgo Building, he immerses himself enthusiastically in the creative and diverse atmosphere of Montreal producing here his works.

FERNANDO URENA RIB

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