Lower Great Lakes Emmy Awards

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NATAS Lower Great Lakes Chapter (Emmy® Awards)
Awarded for Recognizing excellence in media production and television broadcasting
Location Cleveland, Ohio
Presented by NATAS
First awarded 1969
Website http://www.nataslgl.org/

The NATAS Lower Great Lakes Chapter is one of 19 regional chapters of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The Lower Great Lakes Chapter (formerly Cleveland Chapter) was founded in 1969. In addition to granting Emmy® Awards to professional members in the Lower Great Lakes region, the chapter awards scholarships, honors industry veterans with the Gold and Silver Circle Awards, conducts Regional Student Television Awards of Excellence (RSTV), has a free research and a nationwide job bank. The chapter also participates in judging Emmy® Award entries at the regional and national levels.[1]

Boundaries[edit]

The Lower Great Lakes Chapter of NATAS is divided into the following boundaries and encompasses all of northern Ohio (including Cleveland, Akron, Canton, Toledo, Lima, Mansfield and Youngstown), central and northern Indiana (including Indianapolis, Bloomington, Muncie, Lafayette and Ft. Wayne), and Erie, Pennsylvania. These boundaries or region are responsible for the submission of television broadcast and web materials presented for awards consideration.[1]

State
Ohio
Indiana
Pennsylvania

Board of governors[edit]

The Board of Governors is a volunteer board of industry professionals who work together collaboratively, which ensures the best interests of the membership.[1]

Executive Director, Robert Hammer

President, John Stealey Digital Alchemy, LLC

1st Vice President, Mark Lynch Mentor School District

2nd Vice President, Megan Simpson WTHR

Treasurer, Darin Hohman Dark Horse Productions

Secretary, Carl Monday WOIO-TV

Trustee, John Stealey Digital Alchemy, LLC

Trustee, Robert Hammer Hammer Production Company, Inc

Alternate Trustee, Steve Warren Fox Sports Ohio

Parliamentarian, Charles E. "Bud" Ford

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