Outstanding Achievement in Student Production
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences – National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter (NATAS-NCCB) is a non-profit, professional organization dedicated to advancement in television arts and sciences. NATAS-NCCB sponsors special awards for excellence in student production for news or programs, in a program or segment produced and executed by students at a university, college, high school, or technical/vocational school in the NCCB region. A crystal pillar will be awarded to the school and students responsible for the production will each receive a Student Production Certificate. If you would like to receive email notifications about the Student Production Awards request to be added to our email list.
College Student Production Awards: Not accepting submissions at this time.
Congratulations to the 2016 College Student Production Award Recipients! For a full list of the students who significantly contributed to each of the entries please read our Press Release.
High School Student Production Awards: Now accepting submissions until Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 5:00 pm EST. Entry rules, categories, and submission form can be found in our High School Student Production Awards Call for Entries.
- Entries must have been produced and executed by students between January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016 under faculty supervision (advisory only)
- Previously submitted entries are NOT eligible for re-submission
- Entries MAY be submitted either by an individual student or the school
- Entries must be submitted AS AIRED
- Entries must conform to the length as specified in each of the individual categories (see list below)
- Group entries can have a maximum of eight student names
- Administrative fee: $30 per entry
- Follow all rules included in the High School Student Production Awards Call for Entries
- Entry title, short description, production/air date, and length of submission
- Name, role, and email of all contributing students
- Video file uploaded in our Dropbox folder and web link
- Entry form approved by faculty advisor
- Admin fee of $30