Montgomery Community Media took home seven Emmys — including the prestigious Community Service Award — Saturday evening at the the 64th annual Emmy Awards organized by the National Academy of Arts & Sciences, National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter. The event was held at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center in Rockville.
MCM CEO Nannette Hobson said, “MCM is proud to be recognized for our commitment to quality community media content. We are grateful for our team’s dedication to excellence in their service to the residents of Montgomery County.”
“We take our mission of serving the community very seriously. So happy for the recognition of all the men and women at MyMCM who work so hard to produce great content on a daily basis to fulfill that mission,” said Joe Yasharoff, MCM’s Director of Content.
The seven Emmy awards marks the most in MyMCM history dating back to the mid 1980s. MyMCM was nominated for nine awards, also a record.
7 Emmys for @mymcmedia – an all-time MCM record – including the coveted Community Service Award. Congratulations to this amazing team and those who couldn’t be here tonight. We are small but very feisty! @CapitalEmmys pic.twitter.com/WSbHONICPD
— Joe Yasharoff (@JYash) June 26, 2022
— Capital Emmys (@CapitalEmmys) June 26, 2022