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About The New York Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts & SciencesThe New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences is the preeminent membership organization of professional service organization dedicated to the advancement of the arts and sciences of television and the promotion of creative leadership for artistic, educational and technical achievements within the industry.
NY NATAS recognize outstanding achievement, encourage the pursuit of excellence and promotes the highest standards of quality by conferring the industry’s classic and most coveted peer-recognition symbol of distinction, the Emmy®.
BackgroundThe New York Chapter was founded on November 15, 1955. Ed Sullivan served as its first president.
The New York Chapter is the flagship chapter of 19 in the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences: Boston /New England, Chicago/Midwest, Cleveland, Heartland Chapter, Lone Star, Michigan, Mid-America, Mid-Atlantic, Nashville/Midsouth, National Capital/Chesapeake Bay, New York, Ohio Valley, Pacific Southwest, Rocky Mountain/Southwest, San Francisco/Northern California, Northwest, Southeast, Suncoast and Upper Midwest, as well as by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (ATAS) in Los Angeles.
There are approximately 2,000 members of the New York Chapter and 15,000 members nationwide.
New York Chapter members come from all aspects of the television industry - production, post-production, managerial, talent, technical, support services, etc. - and from companies including broadcast networks, cable programming services, local stations, independent production companies, public relations, advertising agencies, unions, guilds and more.
Policy for the New York Chapter is set by a Board of Governors comprising professionals representing Broadcast Journalism, Creative Crafts, Design, Direction, Executives, Music, Performance, Production, Sales/Marketing, Writing and Advanced Media.