2021 Emmy® Winners

On June 12, 2021 broadcasting industry professionals throughout the region gathered around their computers, televisions and mobile devices to witness the NATAS Lower Great Lakes Chapter’s 52nd Annual Emmy® Awards. The virtual ceremony was streamed on National’s website, our website, various social media channels, and was additionally made available via on The Emmys dedicated station on Roku, as well as on Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV. Thanks to all the nominees for their excellent entries. To view the list of winners from this year’s awards, click here.

For those interested in celebrating their Emmy® nominations with a commemorative plaque, or for stations wishing to celebrate the winning entries of their employees with a commemorative Emmy® statuette, visit our shopping cart by clicking here.

VIEW 2021 EMMY® WINNERS

 

WATCH THE 52ND ANNUAL EMMY® AWARDS VIRTUAL GALA

The live stream will start at 7:00pm on June 12, 2021. For other viewing options, see the article below the player.

 

THE EMMY® AWARDS—WATCH FROM ANYWHERE

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52ND EMMY® PROGRAM BOOK RELEASED

52nd Annual Emmy Awards Program BookletTo view the Program Book for the 52ND Annual Emmy® Awards, click here.

VIEW THE PROGRAM BOOK

 

CELEBRATE WITH A PLAQUE, COMMEMORATIVE EMMY® STATUETTE OR CRYSTAL PILLAR

To help commemorate your Emmy® nomination or contribution to the production of a winning entry, NATAS Lower Great Lakes Chapter makes available Official NATAS Nomination Plaques and Official NATAS Production Plaques. Stations that employ winning entrants may also purchase Commemorative Emmy® Statuettes to display in celebration of the achievements of their employees.

Students listed on winning entries for the NATAS Lower Great Lakes Chapter Student Production Awards also have the option to purchase a commemorative replica of the crystal pillar award presented to their schools.

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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JUDGING PANELS NOW AVAILABLE!

Judging Panels are here! Below is the latest list of new panels from the Rocky Mountain Chapter. The deadline for judging is July 9th, 2021. Methods for requesting panels include:

Questions?  Contact Bob Hammer administrator@nataslgl.org or 440-526-3669 voice or text.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN JUDGING PANELS – Due July 9
101 – Morning Newscast
104 – Daily News Report (Single Shift)
110 – 111 News Light Feature (Single Report)
204 – Arts/Entertainment Long Form Content (Longer than 10 Minutes)
216 – Education/Schools Long Form Content (Longer than 10 Minutes)
217 – 218 Teen (13 – 19) News
231 – Historical/Cultural Short Form Content (Up to 10 Minutes)
234 – Human Interest News (No Time Limit)
235 – Human Interest Short Form Content (Up to 10 Minutes)
238 – Military News (No Time Limit)
242 – Politics/Government News (No Time Limit)
243 – 244 Politics/Government
245 – 246 Religion News
250 – Societal Concerns News (No Time Limit)
301 – Sports Story News
304 – Sports Program Post-Produced or Edited (Single Program or Series)
401 – Cultural/Topical Documentary
402 – Historical Documentary
404 – Magazine Program (Series)
405 – Public Affairs Program (Single Program or Series)
406 – Special Event Coverage (Live or Edited)
410 – Branded Content Long Form (Longer than 10 Minutes)
502 – Public Service Announcement (Campaign)
510 – Commercial (Single Spot)
603 – Journalistic Enterprise (Individual)
702 – Anchor Weather
707 – Performer/Narrator/Host/Moderator
722 – 723 Photographer Short Form Content (Under 10 Minutes)
725 – Graphic Arts
726 – Audio Live or Post Produced 
728 – Lighting Location or Studio
729 – Technical Achievement 

Questions?  Contact Bob Hammer at EmmyAwards@nataslgl.org or 440-503-2121.

 

2021 SILVER CIRCLE AWARD RECIPIENTS

Gold and Silver Circle Awards logoCongratulations to our 2021 Silver Circle Award recipients!

This year the boards of governors selected seven television professionals for induction to the Silver Circle. This honor recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to television and our chapter over the past 25 years or more.

David Coy started in the industry in 1982 and currently is president and general manager of WKBN/WFYX and WYTV-TV in Youngstown, Ohio. For the past thirty years, Bob Donaldson has been news anchor and producer in Central Indiana, following ten years in news reporting in Missouri, Texas, Oklahoma, Utah and Arkansas. Rich Geyser is an award-winning photographer and has spent all of his 42-year television career at WEWS TV in Ohio. Tom Livingston is a native of Cleveland and has been with WEWS since 1980, where he is a much-honored photojournalist. Lou Maglio got his start 43 years ago and has been an anchor and news reporter in the Cleveland market for the past 40 years. As vice president of production for WFYI, Clayton Taylor is a fixture in Indiana public television, but his career began more than 45 years ago as a reporter and producer for WTHI in Terre Haute, and includes 16 years in investigative journalism at WISH-TV in Indianapolis. Mel Watson has worked in both the Indiana and Ohio markets; she started her career at WANE-TV in Fort Wayne, was an investigative producer at WEWS for 17 years and now is the news director at WTVG in Toledo.

To find out more about our latest inductees, click the button below.

VIEW 2021 SILVER CIRCLE INDUCTEES

 

EMMY® & STUDENT PRODUCTION AWARDS NOMINATIONS

To view the list of nominations for the 52nd Annual Lower Great Lakes Chapter Emmy® Awards, click here.

To view nominees for the 2021 (Broadcast Year 2020) Student Production Awards, click here.

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Job Openings

WJW, ideastream®, WEWS and WKYC have new job openings, which will now be listed exclusively on Job Bank. To view details about these jobs, and for information on how to apply, click here.