Read about our "Meet the Directors" event from January 8 at Drexel University on PhillyChitChat
MID-ATLANTIC Chaper honored Marciarose Shestack with Board of Governors Award at the 31st Annual Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards on Saturday, September 7, 2013, at the Sheraton Society Hill in Philadelphia. Click here for more.
May 7- 2013 Student Television Awards presented at the Wells Fargo Center. Click here for more.
NATAS Mid-Atlantic is proud to announce NBC News President Steve Capus as the recipient of the 2012 Board of Governors Award. The award will be presented in Philadelphia at the 30th Annual Mid-Atlantic EMMY Awards on September 22, 2012. Click here to read more.
NATAS Mid-Atlantic announces new online entry system and new categories for the 2012 Emmy® Awards. For more information, click here.
(September 24. 2011)- The 29th Annual Mid-Atlantic Emmy® Awards were presented in Philadelphia. For the full release, click here.
Board of Governors Announced- The Mid-Atlantic Chapter announced the results of the Board of Governors' election as well as their new officers for 2011-2012. Click here to read the release.
|NATAS ANNOUNCES 2011 BOARD OF GOVERNORS AWARD RECIPIENT
May 2011 (Philadelphia)- The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) Mid-Atlantic Chapter announced today that Pittsburgh broadcasting legend Patrice King Brown will receive the prestigious Board of Governors’ Award.
Brown, a Pittsburgh TV News Anchor, who worked a remarkable three decades at KDKA-TV will be honored during the 29th Annual Mid-Atlantic Emmy® Awards at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel on Saturday, September 24, 2011. For the full release, click here.
News Directors from the Philadelphia region will talk about the challenges they face in providing news to viewers, as well as changes affecting the television news industr. For the full release and list of panelists, click here.
Philadelphia, PA (March 4, 2009) – The Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) is assembling prominent online editors from regional TV stations and newspapers for a breakfast seminar.. click here for the full release.
PHILADELPHIA (February 11, 2009)– NATAS Panel, Featuring TV Industry Experts, Set for Saturday, February 21 .... for more info click here.
PHILADELPHIA (September 13, 2008) – A total of 71 awards were presented in 67 categories...read more.
PHILADELPHIA (July 29, 2008) – The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Mid-Atlantic Chapter, will celebrate the life and career achievements of Edie Huggins, who passed away today at the age of 72 after a prolonged illness. Click here for more.
PHILADELPHIA (July 28, 2008)– For the statement from Susan Buehler, President, click here.
Philadelphia, PA (July 1, 2008) - The Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) elected new officers and chapter leaders and announced the election of new membersto its Board of Governors, all of whom begin their terms in July 2008. Read about the election.
PHILADELPHIA (May 21, 2008) – Pioneering broadcast journalist Edie Huggins, who began her television career at WCAU-TV (now NBC10) in 1966 as a feature reporter on the BIG NEWS TEAM WITH JOHN FACENDA and became one of Philadelphia’s most respected and popular television personalities during her 42-year career, will receive the prestigious Board of Governors’ Award from the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS). For the full release, click here.
NATAS Mid-Atlantic received over 700 entries for the 2008 Mid-Atlantic EMMY Awards. Entries are being sorted and prepared for shipping across the country for judging. Judging will take place through July. The accountants at Lutz & Travers, LLC. will receive and talley the results to be announced at the Nomination Parties in August. The Awards will be presented September 13 in Philadelphia at the Philadelphia Marriott. Good luck to all entrants!
YOUNG PRODUCERS AWARD: Robert Greenberg, a senior at Harriton High School in Rosemont, PA, is the 2008 winner of the Young Producer’s Award scholarship competition of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Academy (NATAS). Greenberg will receive a $2500 scholarship check from NATAS. Jessica Do, of North Penn High School, is the runner-up. Jessica receives $500. For the full release, click here.
NATIONAL STUDENT TELEVISION: Congratulations to our regional NSTV winners. We had seven regional winners and 11 honorable mention awards. A special congratulations to the Milton Hershey School for the National win. We also send a special thank you to Kim Newell at CITV at Plymouth Whitemarsh H.S. for her dedication and time spent in planning the student seminar held May 2.