Single news broadcast, large markets: Newscenter 10 at 11, WCAU, Stephen Doerr, news director.
Single news broadcast, small markets: Fox 43 News at 10, WPMT, Jim De Pury, news director.
Spot news: "Quaker Lace Fire," WTXF, reporter-anchor Rich Noonan, reporter Dave Schratwieser, photographers Elliot Feinstein and Kevin Flatley.
General news/single report: (tie). "School Security: Are We Watching Our Kids?" KYW, Walt Hunter, reporter; "Wildwood Senior Week," KYW, Paul Moriarty, reporter.
Service news: "Can You Believe It?" KYW, reporter Paul Moriarty, producer Karen Teitelbaum.
Investigative journalism: "Target Violence: Reynolds Elementary School," WCAU, reporter-producer Andrew Glassman; photographer-producer Phil Houser.
Documentary program: "A.K.A. Judy Garland Park," WHYY, producer-director Glenn Holsten, associate producer Rich Baniewicz, director of photography John MacElhenney, executive producer Trudi Brown.
Live sports coverage-series: Philadelphia Phillies Baseball, WPHL, Ray Tipton, executive producer-director; Jon Agree, studio producer; Harry Kalas, announcer; Pete Toma, associate producer.
Live sports coverage-one time-only: "U.S. Pro Cycling Championships," WCAU, Dan Sitarski, program director; Al Meltzer, host; Mark Jordan, producer; Jim Malone, technical director.
Sports program, one-time only: "The Color of Our Game," WTAE, Philip Skender, producer-director.
Sports series: "Eagles Hour," WCAU, Mark Jordan, senior producer; Al Meltzer, host; Bill Carroll, producer; Burt Grossman, reporter.
Sports feature: "Little Big Men," WCAU, Mark Jordan, producer; Jeff Sydner, host; Mark McMillan, host.
Feature, single report: "The Truckers' Lament," KDKA, Dave Crawley, reporter.
Features, series: "Can You Believe It?," KYW, Paul Moriarty, reporter; Karen Teitelbaum, producer.
Health-and-science, single report: "Forever Young," WCAU, Cherie Bank, reporter; Lulu Laubenstein, producer; Fran Harty, editor.
Health-and-science, series: "Fire-Safe Jet Fuel," Inquirer News Tonight, Dan Fiorucci, producer-reporter.
Health-and-science program: "The Inside Story," WQED, David Gerber, producer-writer.
Talk program, one-time only: "Randall Cunningham's Celebrity Rap," WCAU, Mark Jordan, producer; John Johnson, editor.
Talk program-series: "State of the Arts," NJN, Amber Edwards, host- producer; Susan Wallner, producer; Nila Aronow, executive producer.
Magazine format: "Time Out," WCAU, Kathleen Quaid-Weisz, producer; John Bolaris, host.
Entertainment broadcast: "The Middle East Presents Happy Rhodes," Prism, Harold Gronenthal, producer; Lenny Piazza, producer; Robert J. Ayars, director.
Children's program, one-time only: "Kidside," WCAU, Eileen Matthews, writer-producer; Nick Satiritz, editor; Dan Sitarski, executive producer.
Children's program, series: "Fast Forward," WPVI, Tracey Washington- Bagley, producer; Steve Rogalinski, editor; Joel Schwartzberg, photographer.
Cultural program: "Stuff That's Gone," WQED, Rick Sebak, writer-producer; Allen Rosen, editor.
Live programming: "Airline Tragedy," KDKA, news director Sue McInerney, producer Chris Jadick.
Public-affairs program: "An Uncommon Vision," Teleduction Associates, Sharon K. Baker, director-producer.
Public-affairs series: "Children First," WPVI, Tracey Washington-Bagley, producer; Steve Rogalinski, editor; Joel Schwartzberg, photographer.
Reporter: Paul Moriarty, KYW.
Host: Steve Adubato, Rutgers University/NJN.
Sports reporter: Burt Grossman, WCAU.
Sports play-by-play: Marc S. Zumoff, Prism.
Weathercaster: Frank J. Cariello, WTXF.
Writer-news: Dick Hoxworth, WGAL.
Writer-programming: Rick Sebak, WQED.
Director: Michael Angelo Di Lauro, NJN.
Producer-news: Richard Scott, KYW.
Camera-news: David Korstate, KDKA.
Camera-programming: Mark Fallone, WTAE.
Editor-news: (tie) Thomas R. Magill, KYW; David Sauls, Inquirer News Tonight.
Editor-programming: John C. Johnson, WCAU.
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