How to watch the Awards Ceremony
You can view the Virtual Awards Ceremony directly on this webpage! We will also be streaming on YouTube and you can watch and comment Facebook.
For an alternative mobile and television viewing experience, go to watch.theemmys.tv. The Emmys App is available for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android phones and tablets, Android TV, Fire TV, and Roku by searching for “The Emmys” in the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, Roku Channel Store, or Amazon FireTV Appstore. Users may download content for offline viewing on iOS and Android and sync watchlists across multiple devices.
Check out our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages for all the announcements! Don’t forget to tag us #capitalemmys and @capitalemmys!
How can I get a Nomination Certificate?
Click here to request a Nomination Certificate. We will be reviewing all requests to ensure they match the name and entry details that received a Nomination.
How do I receive my Emmy Statuette?
Since we are unable to present the Emmy statuettes to the recipients in person this year, we will be shipping the Emmys to each station after the ceremony.
Each nominated station has a point of contact who will be receiving the shipment next week and should be providing the details on how you can pick up your golden lady. If you need the name of the contact person at your station please send us an email to [email protected].
Congratulations to the Ted Yates and Board of Governors Award Honorees!
The Ted Yates Award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated outstanding professional and personal qualities in their contribution to television news and public affairs in the National Capital Chesapeake Bay region. Ted Yates was an NBC News producer who traveled the world on assignment. Killed in the practice of his profession, he is remembered for his achievements in journalism. This year, the award will be presented to Deborah Weiner of WBAL–TV 11 News in Baltimore Maryland. Read the full press release.
The Board of Governors Award reaches beyond those usually awarded for television news and production by recognizing achievements by individuals, organizations or companies in community service or other worthwhile endeavors within the National Capital Chesapeake Bay’s region. Historically, the Board of Governors Award is presented for truly outstanding achievement and unique accomplishment of some duration and durability. This year, the award will be presented to Sue Kopen Katcef who is recently retired from teaching at the University of Maryland as well as the former Capital News Service Bureau Director of the Merrill College of Journalism. Read the full press release.
Learn more and be a Judge
Watch a quick video on How Judging Works! Entrant responsibilities: just a reminder, it is an obligation of every entrant to judge entries from another chapter at some point in the year, if asked. And judging someone else’s work is really the best way to understand how your own entry is being judged. For more information on how you can become a judge, contact us.
Past Emmy® Awards
The 62nd Emmy® Awards were presented on August 8, 2020. To watch the archived video of the show, get a full list of the nominees and recipients, and purchase photos from the evening please click here.
A complete list of our past Emmy® nominees and recipients can be found in our Emmy® Awards Archive.
What are the Emmy® Awards?
The Emmy® Award is the premier television production award presented in various sectors of the television industry, including entertainment programming, news and documentary shows, and sports programming. The awards are presented in various area-specific ceremonies held annually throughout the year, honoring excellence in television programming.