Malachy Wienges, President, Sedona Broadcasting Company, LLC, was elected 1st Vice Chairman of the organization.
Malachy Wienges - 1st Vice Chairman
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
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.
was also nominated for three Daytime Emmys.
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.
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.
In 2005, Wienges
was appointed by Arizona Governor, Janet Napolitano, to serve as an Arizona State Film Commissioner, a position he
continues to serve in.
From 2008-2009, Mal served as Chairman of the Board of the Sedona Chamber of Commerce
Wienges is currently President of Sedona Broadcasting, LLC, and serves as a television consultant to the Warner Bros. Television Network, CBS and IBM.