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Circle of Friends

NTA Honored Legends Last Night In New England Broadcasting. Five Honorees received 2006 Silver Circle Awards and One Outstanding Gold Circle Induction.


Silver + Gold Award winners.


Park Square, BOSTON: Last night, The National Television Academy, Boston/New England Chapter held its 2006 Gold and Silver Circle Awards dinner at the new Rustic Kitchen in Park Square.


L-R: Timothy Egan, President of the NTA Boston/New England Chapter, Jack Williams CBS 4, Joyce Kulhawik (silver circle recipient), and Roger Lyons NTA Trustee.


The New England Silver Circle pioneers were honored for their lasting contributions of over 25 years of service to the television industry, during a special dinner celebration. The Gold Circle represents fifty years of excellence in the television industry and is a tremendous achievement the Chapter recognizes.

The following are this year´s inductees to the Silver and Gold Circle:

THE 14th SILVER CIRCLE AWARD HONORS

SILVER CIRCLE: Richard Amaral, Senior Producer WCVB -Clark Booth presenting Joyce Kulhawik, Art & Entertainment Reporter -CBS 4 - Jack Williams presenting Tom Martin, Founder & President of Cramer - Jim Coppersmith Presenting Larry Rifkin, Senior Programming Executive CPTV Steve Cascione, Meteorologist WPRI

THE 4th GOLD CIRCLE AWARD HONORS

GOLD CIRCLE: Virginia Bartlett, (retired) Writer/Executive Producer WGBH Began her career in 1952 at WNET in Providence


The National Television Academy is dedicated to the advancement of the arts and sciences of television, the fostering of creative leadership in the television industry, and the encouragement of excellence in artistic, educational, cultural and technical progress.


L-R; Joyce Kulhawik CBS 4(silver circle recipient), and Jim Cafarelli, Rustic Kitchen owner.



PHOTO´s: Photo Credit: Robert Pushkar
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