Gold & Silver Circles
The National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS-NCCB) Gold & Silver Circles are societies honoring individuals who have made significant contributions to the broadcast or cable industry either in a performing, creative, technical, or administrative role.
The Gold Circle honors individuals who have made significant contributions to the broadcast or cable industry for 50 years or more.
The Silver Circle honors individuals who have made significant contributions to the broadcast or cable industry for 25 years or more.
We are now accepting Nominations for the 2019 Gold & Silver Circle!
Candidates, or their sponsors, must complete and submit all required information listed on the 2019 Gold & Silver Circle Nominations form by September 12, 2019.
- Consider the nominee’s service to:
- the television or media-related industry.
- The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
- the community involving television or allied media.
- people working or training for careers in television or allied media.
- Nominees are not necessarily recognized for their work in a single market, but with emphasis on their impact in the National Capital Chesapeake Bay region.
- Chosen candidates will need to provide an edited three-minute video to be used during the ceremony.
- For individuals only; groups, businesses, and organizations are not eligible.
- Individuals may be considered in future years if they are not selected in current year.
- NATAS membership is not required for consideration.
Nomination Deadline: Thursday, September 19, 2019
The Gold & Silver Circle Ceremony will be held December 7, 2019 at the Riggs Alumni Center, University of Maryland.
See all Gold Circle Inductees
See all Silver Circle Inductees
The NATAS-NCCB honor societies are made up of an impressive group of industry professionals who have helped shape the broadcast industry and continue to influence its future. These leaders have inspired excellence and innovation in every communications discipline. Devoting a quarter-century or more to the broadcast industry, these remarkable media professionals have made significant contributions to the National Capital Chesapeake Bay community. With the induction of the 2017 honorees, the Silver Circle totals 245 and the Gold Circle totals 21.