Tuesday, March 1, 2011


Just in time for the 2011 entry season, we're taking the HOW TO WIN AN EMMY WORKSHOP on the road to StagePort (in the Crossroads Art District of Kansas City) on Saturday, March 12th!

If you are creating news, programming, spots, documentaries, commercials, etc, then this might be for you!

Our award winning panel will include:
  • Jim Kirchherr (Exec. Producer and NATAS Chapter President)
  • Jenn Plas (Actress/Producer)
  • Jon Haiduk (Videographer)
  • Pam James (Writer/Exec. Producer and Awards Co-Chair)
  • Peggy Phillip (News Director)
When and Where:
Saturday March 12
11:00 to 2:00
STAGEPORT (in the Crossroads Art District)
(A very special thank you to Jon Trozzolo for making this fabulous new space in KC available for our use)
With over 80 categories from which to choose (Sports, Commericals, News, Programming, Documentary, Public Affairs, and Spots, plus all the associated crafts), we offer a lot of choices.
The question becomes who can enter, what, and in which category? We’ll discuss the entry process, choosing the best category, presentation, and what judges look for. We’ll also show clips from winning entries.
Optional: If you’d like to share some of your work, please bring it with you. We’ve had past workshop attendees get advise on category placement and win an award that year. Not all the time, but it has happened.
More than anything, we want this workshop to benefit you! If there is anything in particular you'd like us to include on the agenda, let me know via email, or call me.
If you live, work or plan to visit Kansas City - please join us for this informative luncheon seminar.
Saturday March 12th Workshop and Lunch:
  • $5.00 for NATAS Members
  • $10.00 for Non-Members
Please share this with your colleagues and friends. We don't want to leave anyone out.

Don't Delay: RSVP via email or phone by March 7th!

Executive Director
NATAS Mid-America
3655 Olive
St. Louis, MO 63108

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