Plan to bid on a large variety of silent auction items like theme park tickets, hotel stays, golf packages, restaurant gift certificates and lots more. All the money raised from our silent auction benefits our student scholarship fund, which to date has awarded $300,000 in college scholarships to regional students.
At the upcoming Emmy Awards at the Westin Mission Hills Resort & Spa, we’re going to have two red carpet photo areas:
one for selfies and one for professional photos by Roesink Photography.
Professional photos will be $10 per 5 x 7 print and $20 for downloads.
NATAS-PSW Announces Host for this Year’s Regional Emmy® Awards
Actor Marcus Scribner, who portrays Andre Jr. on ABC’s highly rated comedy, “blackish,” will host the 42nd annual Pacific Southwest Emmy® Awards
Scriber has received an NAACP Image Award and the show was just honored with the prestigious Peabody Award.
The actor can also be seen as the rambunctious dinosaur Buck in Pixar’s “The Good Dinosaur.” He also has a new Dreamworks animated series coming in the fall.
A competitive Lacrosse player for the past seven years, Scribner also loves football and basketball. He’s a Los Angeles Lakers fan.
An honors student, he hopes to attend a Pac-12 University such as his top choices, Stanford and UCLA.
Scribner is learning guitar and still plays a beautiful clarinet he received on the set of his first film.
On his hiatus, Scribner travels the world, including the Caribbean and Africa doing humanitarian work, helping to bring higher education to children in need. He’s the first Youth Ambassador for The Beaches Resorts and Sandals Foundation. He also works with Reserve Protection Agency in South Africa.
The NATAS-PSW Emmy® Awards, being held Saturday, June 11, 2016 at Westin Mission Hills Resort & Spa in Rancho Mirage, Calif., bring together TV and media professionals from the all over the region, including San Diego, Bakersfield, Palm Springs, San Luis Obispo, Santa Maria, Santa Barbara and Las Vegas.
Plan a relaxing Emmy weekend at The Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa?!
Check out these soothing spa deals, including massages, manicures and facials, just for NATASPSW event attendees.
Planning to attend NATAS-PSW regional Emmy awards gala Saturday, June 11 in Palm Springs? Buy your tickets now!
- Members may purchase two (2) tickets at the member price of $100 each; $165 each for non-members.
- Member pricing is only good through the end of May. After June 1st, all tickets are $165, for members or non-members.
- Purchase tickets on our website.
If you’re interested in sponsoring the event and buying a table, please contact our office: email@example.com
- Sponsorship package one, which includes two tables and an ad in the program, is $2300;
- Sponsorship package two, which includes one table and an ad in the program, is $1400.
- Sponsorships and tables must be purchased in one payment with either one credit card or check.
Are you a 2016 Emmy® Award Nominee?
Find out Tuesday, May 3 at our nomination parties.
Attendance is FREE! Attendees at each party, will be eligible to win raffle prizes: a one-night hotel stay at Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa on Saturday, June 11; two dinner tickets to the Emmy Gala.
6 pm: Appetizers and no-host cocktail hour.
7 p.m.: Nominees will be announced.
If you’re unable to join us, we plan to broadcast the nominations via Facebook Live.
Nominations will be posted on our website the following day.
San Diego’s party location is Charcoal House Steakhouse and Music Bar at 9566 Murray Drive in La Mesa, CA 91942;
Palm Spring’s party is at The Jackalope Ranch at 80400 Highway 111, Indio, CA 92201;
The Las Vegas’ party is at Born and Raised at 7260 S. Cimarron Road in Las Vegas, NV 89113.
Light hors d’oeuvres will be provided.
Interested in helping out for this year’s Emmy Awards?
We’re looking for volunteers and crew.
If you don’t live in Palm Springs area, we will provide a hotel room to share. If you want to have your own private room, you will have the option to cover the extra cost. You will need to provide your own transportation to the venue. We will provide meals on the day of the event, June 11th.
The Emmy planning committee is looking for people to work setup, registration, the Silent Auction, production crew – such as being a production assistant, gripping, camera, audio, audio assist., TD, EVS op, video, AD, Floor directors, etc. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the position(s) you are interested and qualified to work, along with your resume, if this interests you.
This year the NATAS-PSW Emmy® Awards returns to the Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort and Spa in Rancho Mirage on Saturday, June 11th for the 42nd Annual Pacific Southwest Emmy Awards. Invitations will be mailed to all members and this year’s entrants in early May.
A cocktail reception will begin at 5 p.m. in the foyer, followed by dinner and the Awards ceremony.
For those of you wishing to stay at the hotel, rooms are being held for us at the rate of $139 for a standard room. The resort fee has also been reduced to $10/day. To make your reservation, call 1-877-253-0041 and request the NATAS-PSW Emmy Awards group rate or book online. For these rates, reservations must be made by May 11th at 5pm. Stay tuned for some special offers on golf and spa services.
Are you a 2016 Emmy® Award Nominee? Find out Tuesday, May 3 at our nomination parties.
San Diego’s party location is Charcoal House Steakhouse and Music Bar in La Mesa.
Stay tuned for location details for the Palm Springs and Las Vegas’ parties. Light hors d’oeuvres will be provided.
Date: Thursday, February 25, 2016
Time: 5:30 pm Check-in, 6 pm Start
Location: San Diego Press Club
The Historic Spreckels Building
121 Broadway Suite 640
San Diego, CA 92101
Attendance is limited to the first 40 respondents. Click here to sign up.
How do you search for jobs now? What’s different?
Social media has changed how the traditional job seeker branded themselves, applied for jobs that were professionally satisfying and challenging, and provided career advancement.
Previously, seekers applied for jobs they saw advertised in job boards and newspapers. Recent job seekers are more sophisticated as to who they sought as employers and who was interviewed. Social media analytics connect the job candidates with the positions, in many cases.
Furthermore, how employers seek candidates through social media has caused disruption of traditional recruitment practices. Social media has disrupted traditional recruitment marketing strategies. Let’s explore how to use these tools to find jobs that advance careers for NATAS PSW and Press Club members and learn more about how placement firms provide guidance to firms recruiting candidates.
The deliverables of the session are:
- Understand how social media, such as linkedin.com leads to better jobs
- Evaluate the quality of profiles on Linkedin.com
- Learn how job seekers can start and grow your own groups
- Learn how to acquire and give recommendations
You can build professional recommendations by simply asking people and telling them your intentions clearly. Nothing is more effective than a third party referral, and this is one of the key benefits of linkedin.com.
In addition, you can download your own personal data for analysis. All it takes is your e-mail address and a password to get started. Social Media websites make money by selling ads, job postings, research data, and memberships.
During the interactive presentation, each person will speak to the person next to them briefly about their experience, lack of, or what they need to learn better. Then one of them will share what they learned from each other.
Questions from the audience at conclusion.