Silver Circle Honors Connie Terwilliger

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Silver Circle Honors Connie Terwilliger

Meet #SilverCircle inductee, Connie Terwilliger: #ConnieTerwilliger is an award-winning producer/writer/voice talent. She started her career in visual media at WTIU-TV in Indiana during graduate school at Indiana University. She parlayed her experience there and her degree to become the first female director at a network television station in San Diego in 1977 – directing such programs as “Let There Be Light” and “Keen’s People,” as well as some nightly newscasts when sports was still A/B roll film. Shortly after that, she opted out of

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2018 Silver and Gold Circle Nominations Wanted!

Do you know someone who’s been in the television industry for at least 25 years? Let us know and nominate them to become a Silver Circle member. Fill out the application form below before March 1, 2018 to nominate a colleague. Date, time and location of the next Silver Circle Inductee Event will be announced soon. 2018 Silver & Gold Circle Nominations  

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2017 Silver Circle Inductees

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Pacific Southwest Chapter (NATAS-PSW) is pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s Silver Circle, honoring individuals who began their careers in television at least 25 years ago either in a performing, creative, technical, or administrative role within the industry, or in an area related to television, such as TV journalism education, advertising, promotion and public relations. All candidates must have also made a significant contribution to Pacific Southwest Television for a

2017 Below the Line and Commemorative Emmy Statuettes

2017 Below the Line Emmy Statuettes are now available for the newscast recipients below. You are eligible to purchase a Below the Line Emmy ONLY if your news director approved with us ahead of time. Here are the recipients eligible for Below the Line Statuettes: Newscast – Evening – Larger Markets DACA/DAPA: Sueño Roto/ Broken Dream, Xochitl Sandoval, KBLR 10News at 11PM: Violence Erupts at Police Protest, Lori Herbold, KGTV Riots at Donald Trump Rally, Jessica Cox, Dan Geduld, NBC

2017 Emmy Recipients

Congratulations to all 2017 Emmy Awards recipients! The list is here! Emmy Recipients 2017

Get Your Emmy Awards Gala Tickets Now!

Link is here for Gala tickets to the 43rd Annual Pacific Southwest Emmy® Awards, Saturday, June 24, 2017, at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina in the Grande Ballroom starting at 5:00PM.  A no-host cocktail reception and silent auction will be followed by dinner and the Emmy Awards ceremony. Black tie is suggested. Ticket prices before June 16th are $99 for members and $165 for non-members. After June 16th ALL tickets are $165. Students may purchase 2 tickets at the

Nomination Parties Tonight!

The NATAS Pacific Southwest Emmy Award Nominations will be announced tonight! In San Diego, join us on the Tequila Terrace at the Hacienda Hotel in Old Town starting at 5:30 pm. Nominations will be read at 7 pm and will be on Facebook live. In Palm Springs, join us at Eight4Nine. And in Las Vegas, join us at Born and Raised on S. Eastern Ave. San Diego: Tequila Terrace Hacienda Hotel 4041 Harney St, San Diego, CA 92110   Las

NATAS PSW 2017 EMMY NOMINATIONS

Here is the official updated list of this year’s Emmy nominations. The NATAS PSW Emmy Award Gala will be held Saturday, June 24, 2017 at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina. Nomination List_2017  

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NATAS PSW 2017 EMMY® ENTRIES

This is the only chance to check 2017 Program, News, Sports and Spot ENTRIES for accuracy, typos, mistakes, and entrants. IMPORTANT: this is NOT a Nomination List or a Recipient List.  Check the title: is it easy to read and succinct? It is also preferred you do not include call letters in the title because if you’re a recipient the call letters will also appear on the second line of your Emmy Band below the title.  Check your name :

Silver Circle Inductee Joe Riddle

Joe Riddle Joe grew up in San Diego and in 1978, went to work in radio as a News Director and DJ in Yuma, Arizona. From there it was stints in Palm Springs and then Bakersfield. In 1986, he made the switch to television… on a dare. A co-worker at the radio station, where Joe was Program Director, challenged him to try out for a weekend weather/reporter position at KERO-TV. He got the job, but it was when he filled

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