Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards

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Rocky Mountain Emmy Award
Awarded forExcellence in television
LocationPhoenix, Arizona
Presented byNATAS
First awarded1959
Websitehttp://www.rockymountainemmy.org

The Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards are a division of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The Rocky Mountain Southwest chapter was founded in 1959, and is responsible for granting the Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards, awarding scholarships, honouring industry veterans at the Silver Circle Celebration, conducting National Student Television Awards of Excellence, and operates a free research and a nationwide job bank. The chapter also participates in judging Emmy entries at the regional and national levels.[1]

Boundaries[edit]

The academy is divided into the following boundaries and encompasses the states of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and El Centro, California. These boundaries are responsible for the submission of television broadcast materials presented for awards considerations.[2]

State
Arizona
New Mexico
California El Centro, California
Utah

Board of Governors[edit]

The Board of Governors is a working board, which works together collaboratively to ensure they are providing for the best interests of the membership.[3]

Executive Committee

President - Doug Mummert, Phoenix Fire Foundation

1st Vice President - Mark Reda, ASU

2nd Vice President - Theresa Maher, Hire Story

Treasurer - Suzanne Guery, PBS

Secretary - Jennifer Doan, Fox 10 Phoenix

Trustee - Bob Adlhoch, Phoenix Suns

Trustee - Doug Mummert, Phoenix Fire Foundation

Executive Director - Lara Gates

Board of Governors, 2018-2019

Dan J.P. Ciernia, M.Ed., AZ POST

Chuck Emmert, Know99

Mike Headrick, KSL (Utah)

Krystle Henderson, 12News

Greg Shepperd, KOAT (New Mexico)

Pat McReynolds, Owner, McReynolds Media LLC

Gina Santiago, Univision

Warren Trent, 3TV KTVK & CBS5 KPHO

Board of Governors 2019-2020

Dan Barr, Perkins Coie

John Booth, Arizona Public Media (Tucson)

George Davilas, 12News

Jennifer Jones, CBS5 & KTVK 3TV

Micah Johnson, MediaStars

Danielle Lerner, ABC15

Lindsey Reiser, CBS5 & KTVK 3TV

Donna Rossi, CBS5 & 3TV

Ex-Officio

Alison Bailin, HMA Public Relations

John Craft, Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

Genaro Delgadillo, SRP

Joseph Ortiz, Tolleson Union High School District

Malachy Wienges, Sedona Broadcasting Company

Dale Wyman, Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training Board & Top Prospect Video Production

Student Board Member

Bryce Newberry, Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

Emmy award winners[edit]

Emmy award winners are individuals who show excellence in the field of television. The Emmys are held to the same esteem as the Oscars are to motion pictures or the Grammy Awards are to the music industry[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NATAS Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter: Scholarships". Archived from the original on 2013-04-15. Retrieved 2010-07-18. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)Scholarships
  2. ^ "NATAS Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter". Retrieved 2010-07-18.Boundaries
  3. ^ "NATAS Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter: Board of Govenors [sic]". Archived from the original on 2013-04-15. Retrieved 2010-07-18. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)Board of Governors
  4. ^ "NATAS Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter: Archives". Archived from the original on 2012-12-16. Retrieved 2010-07-18. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)Emmy Award Winners