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America: A Tribute to Heroes Poster

(2001 TV Special)

Awards

Primetime Emmy Awards 2002

Won
Governor's Award

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' annual Governors Award goes this year to four networks -... More

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' annual Governors Award goes this year to four networks - ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC - for setting aside commercials and competition to organize "America: A Tribute to Heroes" after the attacks of September 2001. In a groundbreaking and unprecedented way, it was originally four networks which came together as one, sold the idea to their corporate bosses, underwrote the cost of the telethon and lined up all of the other networks and cable stations to simulcast "America: A Tribute to Heroes" That telecast helped bring our nation together and showed the world that we were united and still standing strong during a time of utmost tragedy.

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special
Joel Gallen (executive producer)
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Variety or Music Series or Special
Paul Sandweiss (production mixer)
Al Centrella (production mixer)
Biff Dawes (music mixer)
Jay Vicari (music mixer)
John Harris (music mixer)
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Directing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program
Joel Gallen (director)
Beth McCarthy-Miller (director)
Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic, Multi-Camera) for VMC Programming
Kieran Healy (lighting designer: LA)
Leroy Bennett (lighting designer: NY)
Rod Yamane (lighting director: LA)
Patrick Dierson (lighting director: NY)
Matt Ford (lighting director: LA)
Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special
Kenneth Shapiro (technical director)
Steven Cimino (technical director)
Diane Biederbeck (camera operator)
Warren Forman (camera operator)
John Gillis (camera operator)
Randy Gomez (camera operator)
Larry Heider (camera operator)
John Repczynski (camera operator)
Irv Waitsman (camera operator)
Kris Wilson (camera operator)
Easter Xua (camera operator)
Rob Balton (camera operator)
Charlie Huntley (camera operator)
Jay Kulick (camera operator)
Stephen Murello (camera operator)
Jeff Muhlstock (camera operator)
Johnny Pinto (camera operator)
Mark Whitman (camera operator)
David Rudd (camera operator)
Chris Gray (senior video control)
Matty Randazzo (senior video control)
Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program
David Wild (head writer)
Eli Attie (writer)
Bill Clark (writer)
Chris Connelly (writer)
Terry Edmonds (writer)
Tom Fontana (writer)
Marshall Herskovitz (writer)
David Leaf (writer)
Ann F. Lewis (writer)
Peggy Noonan (writer)
Eugene Pack (writer)
Philip Rosenthal (writer)
Robert Shrum (writer)
Edward Zwick (writer)

ALMA Awards 2002

Nominated
ALMA Award
Outstanding Performance in a Music, Variety or Comedy Special
Mariah Carey

Directors Guild of America, USA 2002

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical/Variety
Joel Gallen
Beth McCarthy-Miller
Wendy Acey (associate director) (plaque)
Stefani Cohen (associate director) (plaque)
Gary Natoli (stage manager) (plaque)
Christopher J. Kelly (stage manager) (plaque)
Arthur Lewis (stage manager) (plaque)
Lynn Finkel (stage manager) (plaque)
Alan Breton (stage manager) (plaque)
John Esposito (stage manager) (plaque)
Rita Cossette (stage manager) (plaque)
Denny Barry (stage manager) (plaque)
Lionel Pasamonte (stage manager) (plaque)
Harve Levine (stage manager) (plaque)
For multiple episodes.

Online Film & Television Association 2002

Nominated
OFTA Television Award
Best Variety, Musical, or Comedy Special
Best Ensemble of a Variety, Musical, or Comedy Special

PGA Awards 2002

Won
Visionary Award
Joel Gallen

Peabody Awards 2002

Won
Peabody Award
Joel Gallen

Television Critics Association Awards 2002

Nominated
TCA Award
Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Miniseries and Specials

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