NEW YORK, NY – (November 16, 2020) – NBC 4 New York / WNBC is inviting the Tri-State to join its annual holiday sing-along, a beloved New York tradition, for a chance to appear virtually alongside NBC 4 New York news anchors and reporters.
“Our holiday sing-along has been a New York tradition for four decades. Our viewers and employees look forward to it every year. While we are unable to physically gather under the Rockefeller Center tree this year, we are excited to do it virtually – and cannot wait for everyone to join us,” said Eric Lerner, NBC 4 New York President and General Manager.
Starting today, viewers can log onto nbcnewyork.com/sing where they can access a :25 second, karaoke-styled clip of “Frosty the Snowman.” Viewers can practice their rendition and record their favorite performance. Once completed, they can follow the links on the webpage to upload their video. Several entries will be included in this year’s virtual performance which will air on NBC 4 New York’s broadcast and digital platforms in December. Submissions will be accepted through Monday, November 30.
News anchors and reporters from Telemundo 47 / WNJU are also anticipated to participate in this year’s virtual sing-along.
For more information on NBC 4 New York, visit NBCNewYork.com.
About NBC 4 New York / WNBC
NBC 4 New York / WNBC is the flagship station of the NBC Owned Television Stations division of NBCUniversal, serving the New York Tri-State area with an unparalleled commitment to broadcast excellence for more than 75 years.
The station features New York’s largest investigative reporting team, the I-Team and includes Edward R. Murrow and Emmy Award-winning journalists who successfully track down the answers to the questions most important to viewers. Storm Team 4, the station’s trusted weather team, utilizes the most accurate and the most powerful weather technology available to keep Tri-State viewers informed and safe when severe weather strikes. This includes StormTracker 4, the only commercial high-frequency S-Band dual polarization fixed Doppler weather radar operating in the Northeast.
In addition to NBC 4 New York’s primary channel, other programming outlets include COZI TV, the station’s multicast channel, and out-of-home platforms, including TV screens in taxi cabs, elevators and aboard New York-New Jersey PATH trains. The station also delivers news and information across all platforms, including its dedicated website, mobile app and social media platforms.
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