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"Air Quality Alert" ...Air quality alert in effect until 11 PM EDT this evening... The New York state department of environmental conservation has issued an air quality health advisory for the following counties... Richmond...Kings...Queens...New York...Bronx...Westchester... Rockland...Nassau...Suffolk...Orange...Putnam. In effect until 11 PM EDT this evening. Air quality levels in outdoor air are predicted to be greater than an air quality index value of 100 for the pollutant of ground level ozone . The air quality index...or aqi...was created as an easy way to correlate levels of different pollutants to one scale. The higher the aqi value...the greater the health concern. When pollution levels are elevated...the New York state department of health recommends that individuals consider limiting strenuous outdoor physical activity to reduce the risk of adverse health effects. People who may be especially sensitive to the effects of elevated levels of pollutants include the very Young...and those with preexisting respiratory problems such as asthma or heart disease. Those with symptoms should consider consulting their personal physician. A toll free air quality hotline has been established so New York residents can stay informed on the air quality situation. The toll free number is 1 800 5 3 5, 1 3 4 5. 917 am EDT Thu Aug 16 2018 ...Air quality alert in effect until 11 PM EDT this evening... The New York state department of environmental conservation has issued an air quality health advisory for the following counties... Richmond...Kings...Queens...New York...Bronx...Westchester... Rockland...Nassau...Suffolk...Orange...Putnam. In effect until 11 PM EDT this evening. Air quality levels in outdoor air are predicted to be greater than an air quality index value of 100 for the pollutant of ground level ozone . The air quality index...or aqi...was created as an easy way to correlate levels of different pollutants to one scale. The higher the aqi value...the greater the health concern. When pollution levels are elevated...the New York state department of health recommends that individuals consider limiting strenuous outdoor physical activity to reduce the risk of adverse health effects. People who may be especially sensitive to the effects of elevated levels of pollutants include the very Young...and those with preexisting respiratory problems such as asthma or heart disease. Those with symptoms should consider consulting their personal physician. A toll free air quality hotline has been established so New York residents can stay informed on the air quality situation. The toll free number is 1 800 5 3 5, 1 3 4 5. 748 am EDT Thu Aug 16 2018 ...Air quality alert in effect from 11 am this morning to 11 PM EDT this evening... The New York state department of environmental conservation has issued an air quality health advisory for the following counties... Richmond...Kings...Queens...New York...Bronx... Westchester...Rockland...Nassau...Suffolk...Orange...Putnam. In effect from 11 am this morning to 11 PM EDT this evening. Air quality levels in outdoor air are predicted to be greater than an air quality index value of 100 for the pollutant of ground level ozone . The air quality index...or aqi...was created as an easy way to correlate levels of different pollutants to one scale. The higher the aqi value...the greater the health concern. When pollution levels are elevated...the New York state department of health recommends that individuals consider limiting strenuous outdoor physical activity to reduce the risk of adverse health effects. People who may be especially sensitive to the effects of elevated levels of pollutants include the very Young...and those with preexisting respiratory problems such as asthma or heart disease. Those with symptoms should consider consulting their personal physician. A toll free air quality hotline has been established so New York residents can stay informed on the air quality situation. The toll free number is 1 800 5 3 5, 1 3 4 5. 748 am EDT Thu Aug 16 2018 ...Air quality alert in effect from 11 am this morning to 11 PM EDT this evening... The New York state department of environmental conservation has issued an air quality health advisory for the following counties... Richmond...Kings...Queens...New York...Bronx... Westchester...Rockland...Nassau...Suffolk...Orange...Putnam. In effect from 11 am this morning to 11 PM EDT this evening. Air quality levels in outdoor air are predicted to be greater than an air quality index value of 100 for the pollutant of ground level ozone . The air quality index...or aqi...was created as an easy way to correlate levels of different pollutants to one scale. The higher the aqi value...the greater the health concern. When pollution levels are elevated...the New York state department of health recommends that individuals consider limiting strenuous outdoor physical activity to reduce the risk of adverse health effects. People who may be especially sensitive to the effects of elevated levels of pollutants include the very Young...and those with preexisting respiratory problems such as asthma or heart disease. Those with symptoms should consider consulting their personal physician. A toll free air quality hotline has been established so New York residents can stay informed on the air quality situation. The toll free number is 1 800 5 3 5, 1 3 4 5. 422 am EDT Thu Aug 16 2018 ...Air quality alert in effect from 11 am this morning to 11 PM EDT this evening... The New York state department of environmental conservation has issued an air quality health advisory for the following counties... Nassau and Suffolk. In effect from 11 am this morning to 11 PM EDT this evening. Air quality levels in outdoor air are predicted to be greater than an air quality index value of 100 for the pollutant of ground level ozone . The air quality index...or aqi...was created as an easy way to correlate levels of different pollutants to one scale. The higher the aqi value...the greater the health concern. When pollution levels are elevated...the New York state department of health recommends that individuals consider limiting strenuous outdoor physical activity to reduce the risk of adverse health effects. People who may be especially sensitive to the effects of elevated levels of pollutants include the very Young...and those with preexisting respiratory problems such as asthma or heart disease. Those with symptoms should consider consulting their personal physician. For additional information, please visit the New York state department of environmental conservation website at, https://on.NY.Gov/nyaqi, or call the air quality hotline at 800-535-1345. 422 am EDT Thu Aug 16 2018 ...Air quality alert in effect from 11 am this morning to 11 PM EDT this evening... The New York state department of environmental conservation has issued an air quality health advisory for the following counties... Nassau and Suffolk. In effect from 11 am this morning to 11 PM EDT this evening. Air quality levels in outdoor air are predicted to be greater than an air quality index value of 100 for the pollutant of ground level ozone . The air quality index...or aqi...was created as an easy way to correlate levels of different pollutants to one scale. The higher the aqi value...the greater the health concern. When pollution levels are elevated...the New York state department of health recommends that individuals consider limiting strenuous outdoor physical activity to reduce the risk of adverse health effects. People who may be especially sensitive to the effects of elevated levels of pollutants include the very Young...and those with preexisting respiratory problems such as asthma or heart disease. Those with symptoms should consider consulting their personal physician. For additional information, please visit the New York state department of environmental conservation website at, https://on.NY.Gov/nyaqi, or call the air quality hotline at 800-535-1345. 335 PM EDT Wed Aug 15 2018 ...Air quality alert in effect from 11 am to 11 PM EDT Thursday... The New York state department of environmental conservation has issued an air quality health advisory for the following counties... Nassau and Suffolk In effect from 11 am to 11 PM EDT Thursday. Air quality levels in outdoor air are predicted to be greater than an air quality index value of 100 for the pollutant of ground level ozone . The air quality index, or aqi, was created as an easy way to correlate levels of different pollutants to one scale. The higher the aqi value, the greater the health concern. When pollution levels are elevated, the New York state department of health recommends that individuals consider limiting strenuous outdoor physical activity to reduce the risk of adverse health effects. People who may be especially sensitive to the effects of elevated levels of pollutants include the very Young, and those with preexisting respiratory problems such as asthma or heart disease. Those with symptoms should consider consulting their personal physician. For additional information, please visit the New York state department of environmental conservation website at, https://on.NY.Gov/nyaqi, or call the air quality hotline at 800-535-1345. 335 PM EDT Wed Aug 15 2018 ...Air quality alert in effect from 11 am to 11 PM EDT Thursday... The New York state department of environmental conservation has issued an air quality health advisory for the following counties... Nassau and Suffolk In effect from 11 am to 11 PM EDT Thursday. Air quality levels in outdoor air are predicted to be greater than an air quality index value of 100 for the pollutant of ground level ozone . The air quality index, or aqi, was created as an easy way to correlate levels of different pollutants to one scale. The higher the aqi value, the greater the health concern. When pollution levels are elevated, the New York state department of health recommends that individuals consider limiting strenuous outdoor physical activity to reduce the risk of adverse health effects. People who may be especially sensitive to the effects of elevated levels of pollutants include the very Young, and those with preexisting respiratory problems such as asthma or heart disease. Those with symptoms should consider consulting their personal physician. For additional information, please visit the New York state department of environmental conservation website at, https://on.NY.Gov/nyaqi, or call the air quality hotline at 800-535-1345. -- Thursday Aug.16 18,01:49 PM

The Public Has Judged: 2018 Folio Award Winners

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FMC CEO Jaci Clement: "The entries were outstanding works of journalism, telling stories that matter and providing the public with the news and information they need to know."

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Long Island, NY - February 12, 2018 - A seven-part, in-depth story taking viewers inside the fabled halls of the Nassau County Police Academy.
 
A special news report on the opioid crisis shaking up America, the streets of Nesconset, Long Island, down to Long Beach and through New Jersey.
 
A podcast offering important health stories.
 
A watchdog report monitoring local sanitary districts.
 
A newspaper report on the rising cost of doing business in Nassau County.
 
Those were among the top-scoring stories in this year’s Folio Awards competition.
 
A powerhouse assortment of leaders from all walks of life came together to judge the 2018 Folio Awards, honoring the best in news and social media as determined by the ultimate critic: The public.
 
Noting the overall quality of entries was extremely high, PIX11 laid claim to the top-scoring spots in this year’s competition, followed closely by David North Media, CBS New York and Long Island Business News. WLIW scored a huge win in a social media for news outlets category.
 
The complete list of winners appears below. The awards ceremony takes place on Wednesday, March 21, 11 am to 2 pm at The Garden City Hotel. The New York Times’ White House Correspondent and CNN Political Analyst Maggie Haberman keynotes the luncheon, which is the largest media event on the Long Island. Details here.
 
“On behalf of the Fair Media Council Board of Directors and the judges, congratulations to this year’s Folio winners, representing the best in local news and social media,” said Jaci Clement, CEO and Executive Director of the Fair Media Council. “The entries were outstanding works of journalism, telling stories that matter and providing the public with the news and information they need to know.”
 
2018 Folio Award Winners
 
  • Breaking News: Suffolk DA Spota Indicted – Carol D’Auria & 1010WINS Newsroom
  • Feature Story, Long Form (television): Embedded: Inside the Nassau County Police Department -Produced, Edited and Filmed by Keith Lopez, PIX11
  • Feature Story, Long Form (newspaper): To Counter Prejudice? Excellence is the Answer: Overcoming the Labels – Jacqueline Escobar, The Pioneer, Long Island University
  • Watchdog News: Why Sanitary Districts? – Carolyn Gusoff, CBS New York
  • Economic or Business News (newspaper): Sticker Shock – David Winzelberg, Long Island Business News
  • Economic or Business News (radio): E-Commerce: Boon or Bust for Communities?, Charles Lane, WSHU
  • Best Podcast: Two Strokes – David North, Reporter/Writer/Narrator, Andre Doughty, Technical Director, David North Media
  • Gang Violence News: President Trump Visits Long Island To Talk About MS-13 – Sonia Rincon & 1010WINS Newsroom
  • Continuing News Story: Green Light Fight – Pei-Sze Cheng, NBC New York
  • Public Policy News: Nassau’s Broken Assessment System – Carolyn Gusoff, CBS New York
  • Best News Special: The Hooked Generation: Inside the Opioid Epidemic – Tamsen Fadal -Host, Reporters: Mary Murphy, Dan Mannarino, Kirstin Cole; Ken Pelczar -Photographer, Keith Lopez- Photographer, Eddie Lebron -Photographer/Editor, Lou Schiro -Graphics, Dave Scanlon – Editor, Dave Kalmowitz -Director, Rebecca Millman -Executive Producer, Amy Waldman – News Director, PIX11
  • Robert W. Greene Award for Investigative Journalism: Wrong Way Signs Missing – Pei-Sze Cheng, NBC New York
  • Sean Fanelli Award for Education Reporting: Ride on the Beach and Go Inside the Fire Island School – Waldo Cabrera and Jennifer Shepardson, MYLITV
  • Enterprise Reporting (television): Expenses Under Fire – Chris Glorioso, NBC New York
  • Enterprise Reporting (radio): FEMA’s Broken Promise to Sandy Victims – Charles Lane, WSHU/WNYC
  • Political News (television): Suffolk County District Attorney Indicted In Corruption Case – Jennifer McLogan, CBS New York
  • Political News (radio): Nassau County Election – Carol D’Auria and 1010WINS Newsroom
  • Historic Preservation Feature (radio): Tesla’s Long Island Lab –  Ronny Reyes, WSHU
  • Historic Preservation Feature (television): Telsa Museum to Break Ground – Carolyn Gusoff, CBS New York
  • Historical Feature: Restaurant Hunter The American Dream at Sufiya’s Grill – Rob Petrone, Christian McLaren, Karl Fernandez, Grant Thonack, Nicole Roarke, FiOS1 News
  • Suburban News Trends: Bike Stunts Dangers – Carolyn Gusoff, CBS New York
  • Addiction Coverage News: Sober Home Safety – Pei-Sze Cheng, NBC New York
  • Cyberbullying News: Bullied Teen Suicide – Richard Rose, CBS New York & TV 10/55
  • Community Affairs News: Fentanyl Drug Deaths – Cecilia Dowd, FiOS1 News
  • Feature Story (Short Form): Child Bride’s Scarring Past – Mary Murphy, PIX11
  • Land Development News: Change at Hicksville, David Winzelberg, Long Island Business News
  • Health & Wellness Feature: Sisters Neurological Disorder – Richard Rose, CBS New York & TV 10/55
  • Science News: Scitech Now #405 – WLIW Host, Hari Sreenivasan, The PBS NewsHour Directed by Elvin Badger, Executive Producer Diane Masciale, Producers:Liz Muentes, Hillary Sieber, Lauren Witte, Marisa Wong; Reporter/Producer Maddie Orton, Associate Producers Sophia Clark, Eva Rosenberg, Sasha Schechter; Researchers; Celina Carr, Rachel Kahn Taylor and WLIW staff
  • Environment Feature: Long Island Business Report –  Anchor/Executive Producer: Jim Paymar, Producers Liz Muentes and Lauren Witte, Executive in Charge: John Servidio, WLIW
  • Art/Cultural News: Nuns In Long Island Put Their US Headquarters Up For Sale – Jennifer McLogan, CBS New York
  • Entertainment News: How an Ice Rink is Made – Waldo Cabrera and Jennifer Shepardson, MYLITV
  • Entertainment Feature (newspaper): Dance Student Takes on Broadway – Kristina Huderski, The Pioneer, Long Island University
  • Entertainment Feature (television/cable): Restaurant Hunter: SUMMERTIME GRILLING 101 – Rob Petrone, Danyella Vitucci, Christian McLaren, Pete Fiorillo, FiOS1 News
  • Community Affairs Feature: Freeport Safe Hiring Site – Ronny Reyes, WSHU
  • Best Talk Show: EXIT 10/55 – Richard Rose, CBS New York, TV10/55
  • Best Column: Looking for a Path Back to Civility – Andrew Malekoff, Executive Director, North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center, Newsday
  • Best Public Service Campaign: ‘Allstate New York Reality Rides Campaign,’ – Christina Kelly – Senior Communications Consultant, Kayla Taylor – Regional Business Communications Associate Manager,  Jaclyn Darrohn – Senior Corporate Relations Manager, Allstate Insurance Company, New York Region
  • Best Use of Facebook: Writing Instruments Manufacturers Association – Nicole Starr Castillo, Executive Vice President, Marissa Jacobs, Account Executive, Wordhampton Public Relations
  • Best Use of Facebook by A Newsroom: Dog People Episode 1: Meet Sam and Her Internet-Famous Dog, Tinkerbelle – Diane Masciale, Executive Producer, Lauren Witte, Sasha Schechter and Sophia Clark, Producers, WLIW
  • Best Use of Social Media for Community Engagement: WordHampton Public Relations Celebrates 25 Years of Business – Marissa Jacobs, Account Executive, WordHampton Public Relations
The Judges
 
  • Raymond Caliendo, Art-of-Form Architectural Services
  • Michael Canders, Farmingdale State College
  • Rita Castagna, Americana Manhasset
  • Robert Catell, AERTC, Stony Brook University
  • Evan Cornog, Hofstra University
  • Carl Corry, Suffolk County Community College
  • Kevin Dahill, Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council
  • Mike Dawidziak, Strategic Planning Systems, Inc.
  • Jessica McAleer Decatur, St. Joseph’s College
  • John Durso, Long Island Federation of Labor
  • Sal Ferro, Alure Home Improvements
  • Jody Fisher, Austin & Williams
  • Paul Focazio, New York Sea Grant
  • Mark Head, South Nassau Communities Hospital
  • Robert Horvath, Sauvigne & Co.
  • Bob Keeler, Newsday (retired)
  • James Kinney, Mazars USA
  • Bruce Lambert, The New York Times (retired)
  • Krupa Lauricella, The Nature’s Bounty Co.
  • Larry Levy, Hofstra University
  • Jorge Martinez, Long Island Sustainable Business Council
  • David Okorn, Long Island Community Foundation
  • Jeffrey Reynolds, Family & Children’s Association
  • Charles Skop, Esq., Meyer Suozzi English & Klein
  • David Smukler, NYRA (retired)
  • Glenn Stalter, Stalter Consulting
  • Richard Turan, Turan Family Foundation
  • Christopher Wright, Protiviti