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Daytime Emmys Nominees Reception 2019 Part 3

Daytime Emmys Nominees Reception 2019 Part 3

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Kicking off all of the festivities was the annual Daytime Emmy® Awards Nominee Reception at Pasadena’s premier event and filming venue, the historic Castle Green. On the red carpet- Marieve Herington, Petri Byrd(Judge Judy), Kelsey Scott (Giants)

 

On Tuesday, April 16th, NATAS announced that Mario Lopez (Extra) and Sheryl Underwood (The Talk), have been named as hosts of the 46th Annual Daytime Emmy® Awards to take place on Sunday, May 5th, 2019 with Live for the Red Carpet and post-show interviews with winners will be hosted by Emmy winner Carolyn Hennesy online and on all NATAS social media platforms.  The Creative Arts was hosted by David Osmond and held on Friday, May 3rd. A special Emmys gifting suite was scheduled for Saturday, May 4th, all to be held at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, CA

 

 

ABOUT THE HISTORIC CASTLE GREEN BUILDING: 

One of Pasadena’s most unique buildings, the Castle Green was built in 1898 as the annex for the famous Hotel Green. The Castle Green is an imposing seven-story Moorish Colonial and Spanish style building sitting next to Central Park in Old Pasadena at Raymond and Green Street. The Castle Green, opened in 1899 as the second of three buildings in the Hotel Green complex, was a lavish resort for easterners and others escaping winter rigors. Architect Frederick I. Roehrig, has been credited with creating Pasadena’s most stunningly original building, with blended domes, arches, pillars, balconies, and verandahs in a building of structural steel with brick walls and concrete floors, making it Pasadena’s first fireproof building. The Hotel Green became the social center of Pasadena, playing host to vacationing tycoons and even presidents. It was also home to both the Tournament of Roses and the Valley Hunt Club. In 1924 the group of investors divided the hotel complex into three parts. The Central Annex was divided into fifty individually owned units and so it remains today, renamed the Castle Green.  The venue has been used as a filming location for many television series and some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters.

About The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) is a 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 television industry. It recognizes excellence in television with the coveted Emmy® Awards for News & Documentary, Sports Daytime, and Daytime Creative Arts programming, as well as achievements in television Technology & Engineering. 

 

 

NATAS membership consists of more than 17,000 broadcast and media professionals represented in 19 regional chapters across the country. Beyond awards, NATAS has extensive educational programs including regional student television and its Student Award for Excellence and the National Student Production Awards for outstanding journalistic work by high school students, as well as scholarships, publications, and major activities for both industry professionals and the viewing public.  NATAS celebrates the life experiences and diversity of our team, our members, and the vibrant community of creative professionals we serve.  For more information, please visit the website at www.emmyonline.com

 

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