On this heels of his Emmy Award win last year, journalism professor Mario Gonzalez of the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication has been nominated for four more awards this year for his work as an editor and photographer while a staff member at Newsday.
Professor Gonzalez was nominated in the categories of:
- Sports – News Single Story (Nominated as part of photography staff for excellence in coverage of sports in general, sports related topics or subject matter within a news program). “Belmont Stakes, The Test of the Champion“ – June 9, 2014.
- Sports – Program Feature/Segment (Nominated as an editor and photographer for excellence in a feature or segment from a daily or weekly sports program, or sports series.) “Weidman Defends UFC Crown” – December 30, 2013.
- Sports – Documentary (Nominated as secondary photographer for excellence in a creative, in-depth treatment of a sports topic presented in a factual and informative manner.) “Eddie Gordon’s Journey to the UFC“ – July 19, 2014.
- Documentary (Nominated as part of photography staff for excellence in the creation of a formal, structured television presentation with dramatic impact of an event, condition or situation of current, cultural and/or historical significance.) “Until Everyone Comes Home“ – October 29, 2013.
Winners will be announced during the 58th annual New York Emmy Awards ceremony on May 2, 2015 at the Marriott Marquis in New York City.