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Rocky Mountain Emmys Announces Five New Silver Circle Society Inductees
By Lisa Padilla - Monday Aug 17, 2020
The Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences is proud to announce that five talented television leaders have been invited to join the prestigious Silver Circle Society at this year’s virtual Rocky Mountain Emmys taking place Saturday, September 19.

Silver Circle Society inductees are accomplished television professionals who have served in the industry for at least 25 years. These industry veterans have built a strong reputation in the region through exceptional professional achievements, demonstrated leadership abilities and extensive public service.

“The 2020 class of Silver Circle Inductees represents the very best of the best,” said Doug Mummert, President of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter. “All of them have diverse professional backgrounds and extensive experience. They also stand out as leaders in our community and industry. The Academy is honored to add them to the ranks of our chapter legends.”

The 2020 Silver Circle Society inductees are:

Jennifer Doan, FOX 10, Phoenix:
Doan is one of the producers for FOX 10 Arizona Morning. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Oklahoma. For the next few years, she interned at KPHO Channel 5 in Phoenix and traveled around the world performing with the Up with People program. She joined FOX 10 in December 1997 and has worked there since.

Mike Harris, City of Glendale, Glendale:
Harris is the on-air Multimedia Journalist for the City of Glendale. After graduating from Northern Arizona University, he served in several roles, including videographer, reporter and producer for CNBC, FOX 5 DC, KGET Fresno and 3TV Phoenix, to name a few. Harris has earned four Emmys and several National Press Photographer Awards. Additionally, he is a judge for the National Press Photographers Association, an adjunct professor at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and a volunteer for several organizations.

Felipe Corral, Univision:
Corral is an Emmy-nominated sports personality for Univision. In addition to leading extensive sports coverage in Arizona and Mexico, including the Super Bowl and MLB World Series, he’s exclusively interviewed the largest names in sports such as Hugo Sánchez, Mike Tyson, Oscar de la Hoya and Floyd Mayweather.

Sean McLaughlin, 3TV & CBS 5, Phoenix:
McLaughlin serves in multiple news and weather anchor roles for 3TV & CBS 5, Arizona’s Family. He has served the Phoenix as a versatile broadcaster and community volunteer for over 25 years. He is a ten-time Emmy award recipient and his career highlights include his stint as MSNBC's main meteorologist and Sunday weather anchor on NBC's "Weekend TODAY Show.”

Sterling S. Poulson, 2News, Salt Lake City:
Sterling Poulson is currently the Chief Meteorologist for 2News, joining the KUTV 2News Weather Team as an anchor, weather producer and meteorologist in December 1989. His television career began in 1985 when he joined KSL in Salt Lake City as a weather producer and meteorologist. Sterling is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist with the Seal of Approval from the American Meteorological Society.

This year, the Rocky Mountain Emmy® Awards will be livestreamed on Saturday, September 19. For more information about the event, visit http://www.RockyMountainEmmy.org.






By Liz Renninger