Founded in 1947, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and the Emmy® Award stand for the best in television and allied media.
NATAS is the only non-profit organization dedicated to recognizing outstanding achievement, raising industry standards, and improving the quality of what we watch.
The Heartland Chapter was formed in 1986, to honor work produced and intended for an audience in our region.
The Heartland Chapter’s Board of Governors is comprised of members of our industry who are committed to furthering the interest of the Heartland Chapter and the Emmy® Awards. They meet monthly and volunteer their time; most are elected by the membership to a 3-year term.
Any Heartland chapter member in good standing may apply for a position on the board; elections are held in the fall.
Officers are elected by the board members to a 2-year term of office. Trustees represent our chapter in the business of the national NATAS organization.
TravelingJules Productions, Denver
University of Colorado, Denver
Telemundo Colorado, KDEN
Replin Law Group, Denver
KFOR, Oklahoma City
Freelance Producer, Denver
Sabreen Media, Denver
Student Production Awards
The Emmy® name and the Emmy® statuette are the trademarked property of The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (“Television Academy”) and the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (“National Academy”). Additionally, the Emmy® name, logo and statuette are licensed to the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (“International Academy”) for International Emmys®. The National Academy adopted the following rules regarding use of these properties, as follows:
What’s the Scoop on Judging?
Two Statues for the Same Work?
Time is Relevant … What time is it?
Can Managers Enter?
(except in a few categories)
Your Video – ALL Video – Must Be Produced and Intended for a Local Audience
Submit the Entire Series or Several Episodes, Not Both