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Malachy G. Wienges

President

Sedona Main Street Program

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Sedona Main Street Program

450 Jordan Road, Suite B

Sedona, Arizona,86336

United States

Company Description

Sedona Main Street Program enthusiastically nominates Janeen Trevillyan for Arizona Main Street Individual of the Year. She has served Sedona Main Street Program many years as a Board Liaison of Sedona Historical Society and member of the Design Committee and ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

National Academy of TV Arts & Sciences


Affiliations

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

Chairman


Education

B.S.

atomic and nuclear physics

C.W. Post College


Masters of Science degree

engineering management

Long Island University


Web References(156 Total References)


Board Of Governors | Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter Of The National Academy Of Television Arts And Sciences

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Malachy Wienges, Sedona Broadcasting Company
Arizona State University Student Group


Executive Committee

www.emmyonline.org [cached]

Malachy Wienges
Chairman On June 20, 2011,The Trustees of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) have elected Malachy G. Wienges to be Chairman of the 12,000 member Television Academy. During the past thirty years, Wienges has served NATAS in multiple roles including First Vice Chair, Treasurer, and National Trustee from New York and Phoenix. Wienges' career spans 31 years at the CBS Television Network, with positions ranging from management trainee to Vice President of Sales/Marketing and Technical Systems. He has produced The CBS Thanksgiving Day Parades, and is credited with originating the concept of remote production for daytime dramas (soap operas) when he took The Guiding Light to the Bahamas in 1976. Since then, he has produced more than 155 television and film productions worldwide. Wienges received a National Emmy in 1992 for the NFL on CBS, and he was awarded a second National Emmy for technical achievement for the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway. Wienges is President of Sedona Broadcasting, serving as a television consultant to worldwide television and media companies. He is also an Arizona State Film Commissioner, having been appointed to this position by then-Governor Janet Napolitano in 2006. Wienges is an honors graduate from C.W. Post College with a B.S. in atomic and nuclear physics. He obtained a Masters of Science degree in engineering management from Long Island University. He resides with his wife, Noreen, in Sedona, Arizona, and serves on the Executive Committee of The Sedona Chamber of Commerce as Chairman Emeritus.


Malachy Wienges | Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter Of The National Academy Of Television Arts And Sciences

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Malachy Wienges
Malachy Wienges Malachy Wienges is currently the Chairman Emeritus of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Wienges served NATAS as its Chairman from 2011-2014 and as National Vice Chairman from 2008-2011 (two terms), and as its National Treasurer from 1990 to 1994 and from 2006 to 2008. In addition, he was the National Trustee of the New York Chapter from 1988 to 1993, and was an Alternate Trustee of the New York Chapter from 1985 to 1988. He also served as the National Trustee of the Rocky Mountain Chapter from 2002 to 2006. In addition, Wienges was a member of the National Awards Committee from 1992 to 2006. Wienges spent an illustrious 31 years at the CBS Television Network. He began as a management trainee and rose to the position of Vice President, Sales/Marketing and Technical Systems. From 1975 to 1985, he was Producer of The CBS Thanksgiving Day Parades for which he was nominated for two Emmys. Mal also received two National Emmys, including one for technical achievement for the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway, and a second National Emmy in 1992 for the NFL on CBS. Wienges is credited with originating the concept of remote production for daytime dramas (soap operas) when he took The Guiding Light to the Bahamas in 1976. Since then, Mal has participated in more than 152 location productions. Wienges was also nominated for three Daytime Emmys. Wienges is an honors graduate from C.W. Post College with a B.S. in atomic and nuclear physics. He obtained a Masters of Science degree in engineering management from Long Island University. In addition, he is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP). Wienges has received national recognition including being listed in Outstanding Young Men of America, Who's Who in Management and in the 2001 millennium edition of Who's Who in Entertainment. Wienges has served as a Director on the Arizona Film Commission and was Chairman of the Sedona Chamber of Commerce from 2008-2011. Wienges is currently President of Sedona Broadcasting and resides with his wife, Noreen, in Sedona, Arizona.


Malachy Wienges | The Emmy Awards - The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

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Malachy Wienges
Malachy G. Wienges Malachy Wienges was elected Chairman of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in June 2011, and served NATAS as Chairman for three years. He also served NATAS as its Second Vice Chair from 2008-2011, and was in various Executive Committee positions since 1990. In 2014, the Trustees of NATAS granted him the title of Chairman Emeritus. He currently serves on the NATAS Executive Committee as Chairman Emeritus. Wienges spent an illustrious 31 years at the CBS Television Network, rising to the position of Vice President, Sales/Marketing and Technical Systems. From 1975 to 1985, he was Producer of The CBS Thanksgiving Day Parades for which he was nominated for two Emmys. In 2005, Wienges was appointed by Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano to serve as one of twelve commissioners on The Arizona Film and Television Commission. Wienges is credited with originating the concept of remote production for daytime dramas (soap operas) when he took The Guiding Light to the Bahamas in 1976. Since then, Malachy has participated in more than 154 worldwide location productions. Wienges was also nominated for three Daytime Emmys for daytime drama. Wienges is an honors graduate from C.W. Post College with a B.S. in atomic and nuclear physics. He obtained a Masters of Science degree in engineering management from Long Island University. In 1975, Wienges was elected President of the 30,000 member Alumni Association of C.W. Post College, and served in this position for five years. Wienges also received national recognition with his inclusion in Outstanding Young Men of America, Who's Who in Management and in the millennium edition of Who's Who in Entertainment. Wienges is currently President of Sedona Broadcasting. In 2016, Sedona Broadcasting was engaged to produce a live television network musical special which will air in November 2017. He resides with his wife, Noreen, in Sedona, Arizona.


Board Of Governors | Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter Of The National Academy Of Television Arts And Sciences

rockymountainemmy.org [cached]

Malachy Wienges, Sedona Broadcasting Company
Arizona State University Student Group


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