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Ohio Valley Emmy Awards

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Ohio Valley Emmy Award
Awarded for Excellence in television
Location Dayton, Ohio
Presented by NATAS
First awarded 1964
Website http://www.ohiovalleyemmy.org/

The Ohio Valley Emmy Awards are a division of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The Columbus, Ohio division was founded in 1964. In addition to granting the Ohio Valley Emmy Awards, this division awards scholarships, honors industry veterans at the Silver Circle Celebration, conducts National Student Television Awards of Excellence, has a free research and a nationwide job bank. The chapter also participates in judging Emmy entries at the regional and national levels.[1]

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Boundaries

The academy is divided into the following boundaries and encompasses the states of Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and West Virginia. These boundaries are responsible for the submission of television broadcast materials presented for awards considerations.[2]

State Cities
Ohio Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Zanesville
Indiana Evansville, Terre Haute
Kentucky Bowling Green, Lexington, Louisville
West Virginia Bluefield, Beckley, Oak Hill, Charleston, Huntington, Clarksburg, Weston and Parkersburg

Board of governors

Each year the membership of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Ohio Valley Chapter elects new professionals on a two-year rotating Board of Governors to represent the Ohio Valley community. While best known for The EMMY Awards and Silver Circle, which recognize outstanding achievements in our industry, NATAS Ohio Valley represents an array of other exciting events available to their membership.

The Board of Governors is a working board which work together collaboratively to ensure the best interests of the membership.[3]

Member Boundary Community Involvement
Anthony Mirones Chapter President "WCPO-TV"
Julie Davis Dayton WSYX-TV
Aaron Ellis Louisville WAVE-TV
Sue Keeton Columbus Mills/James Productions
Mark Martin Charleston/Huntington WCHS-TV, WVAH-TV
Tony Mastriani Cincinnati VP Northern Kentucky University
Jane Owen Evansville One Chick Productions
Kelly Schreier Dayton WBDT-TV

Emmy award winners

Emmy award winners are individuals who show excellence in the field of television. The Emmys are held to the same esteem as the Oscar Awards are to motion pictures or the Grammy Awards are to the music industry.[2]

References

  1. ^ NATAS. "NATAS Ohio Valley Chapter". Retrieved 2010-07-18.Student Scholarship Program
  2. ^ a b "NATAS Ohio Valley Chapter". Retrieved 2010-07-18.Boundaries
  3. ^ NATAS. "NATAS Ohio Valley Chapter". Retrieved 2010-07-18.Board of Governors
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