2017 NATOA Government Programming Awards

Michigan Programs Receive High Honors

Okemos, MI – The National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) announced the 2017 NATOA Government Programming Award Winners on September 14th in Seattle, Washington at the 32nd Annual Government Programming Awards Dinner during NATOA’s Annual Conference. Three studios from Michigan municipalities were recognized for excellence in the following categories:


LIBRARY – First Place

“2016 Livonia Public Library Summer Reading Promo”

City of Livonia


DOCUMENTARY – Second Place


Charter Township of Waterford



“Artists – Portraits featuring Jeremy Allen Rheault”

City of Livonia



“Ballot Meridian 2016 Election Coverage Promo”

Meridian Township


“It is with great honor that I am able to represent the exemplary Public, Education, and Government channels in Michigan and accept awards on behalf of those communities. Michigan NATOA is over 30 members strong and growing. Our leadership in community programming and legislative initiatives to sustain that is proven through our dedication and service to the community,” said Michigan Chapter NATOA President, Deborah Guthrie.