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Mass Creator Awards

Honoring The Best Media Creators In Massachusetts

January 28, 2020
Boston
Massachusetts Creative Awards

About

Recognizing Outstanding Work
28 January 2020
Boston MA

The Massachusetts Creator Awards recognizes outstanding work in television and media within the state of Massachusetts. MassAccess, a volunteer based, non-profit 501c6, is the organization organizing the Massachusetts Creator Awards. Learn more about MassAccess by clicking here.

 

Awards are judged by third party evaluators who are top media professionals in the field.All entries are judged based on strict criteria in order to ensure the most outstanding productions are recognized and honored.

 

The prestigious Massachusetts Creator Award is represented as an engraved crystal statue. A winner is chosen from each category, along with an honorable mention.

 

All entries are given two complimentary passes to the Massachusetts Creator Annual Awards, where the winners will be announced. The Awards event also coincides with the MassAccess Annual Meeting. The business portion will be brief.

This Year's Awards Emcee:

Boston 25's Crystal Haynes

We are thrilled to have Crystal Haynes hosting this year's Mass Creator Awards.

Crystal is an award winning reporter who has been with Boston 25 News since 2011. Before then, she worked at WTNH in New Haven, CT and at WGGB in Springfield, MA.


Crystal grew up in Springfield and is a graduate of Emerson College, where she majored in Broadcast Journalism and minored in History and Political Communication.

 

Judges

 
 
Ryan Fisher

Ryan Fisher is an award-winning local news producer with 17 years of experience. He currently produces the 11:00pm newscast at WFOR (CBS) in Miami, Florida. He previously spent 9 years as a producer at WNBC in New York City. Ryan was part of the team that created and launched NBC New York Nonstop, a 24-hour cable news and lifestyle channel, which served as a model for similar channels across the country. Ryan has also worked at WNYW in New York City, WHDH in Boston, WCAU in Philadelphia, and WTV