​Malachy G. Weinges

Malachy G. Wienges is currently Chairman Emeritus of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, having previously served as Chairman from 2011 to 2014, and as an officer in various Board positions for the thirty years prior to that.

Wienges has been the President of Sedona Broadcasting Company since 1995, and has provided consulting services to CBS, Warner Brothers, and IBM.

Mal has had the honor of being President of The Sedona 30 twice, first in 2000 and again in 2017.

Mal’s producing credits include The Daytime Emmys, The CBS Thanksgiving Day Parades (10 years), Model of the Year (ABC), Miss World USA (NBC), and The Stanley Siegal Show (CBS). He has received two National Emmys, one for technical achievement in the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway, and the other in 1992 for the NFL on CBS.

Mal is credited with originating the concept of remote production for daytime dramas (soap operas) when he took The Guiding Light to the Bahamas. He has produced more than 150 location productions.

Mal also spent an illustrious 31 years as an executive at the CBS Television Network, eventually rising to the position of Vice President, Sales/Marketing and Technical Systems.

Mal has served on The Arizona Film and Television Commission when he was appointed by then-governor Janet Napolitano as one of twelve commissioners.

Mal’s academic credits include a B.S. in Atomic and Nuclear Physics from C.W. Post College, and an M.S. in Engineering Management from Long Island University.

Mal resides in Sedona, Arizona, with his wife, Noreen.