NAMIC Vision Awards

Award Description

The NAMIC Vision Awards honor original programming content created for television and digital platforms that best reflects the increasingly diverse, multi-ethnic, and multicultural viewing audience.

  • Submissions deadline: January 31, 2023
  • Nominations announcement: April 2023
  • Winners announcement: May 2023

To submit your entry, please visit

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Those eligible to submit entries include:

  • Broadcast Networks (National, Network-Owned and Operated, Affiliates)
  • Cable Networks (National and Regional)
  • Cable Operators (for local origination programming)
  • Syndicators (First-Run Original Programs)
  • VOD content produced by cable and/or broadcast companies for digital platforms – web or mobile
  • Any production company, distributor, or syndicator (content must have aired/streamed on an eligible platform)

Programs must be original and have aired between November 1, 2021 and November 30, 2022.

The cost per entry is $375, which is payable by credit card or electronic payment via ACH. Submissions that do not include payment will not be considered for judging.

For ACH payment, address questions and requests for banking instructions to Amy Kemp, Programs Associate, at

2022 NAMIC Vision Awards Winners


  • Molly of Denali – GBH Kids | PBS KIDS

Best Performance – Comedy

  • Tracy Morgan: The Last O.G. – TBS

Best Performance – Drama

  • Zendaya: Euphoria – HBO/HBO Max


  • See Us Coming Together: A Sesame Street Special – Sesame Workshop


  • Insecure – HBO/HBO Max

Digital Media – Long Form

  • Equality, Identity & Hope: The Asian American Experience – Comcast

Digital Media – Short Form

  • Voices of the Civil Rights Movement – Elaine Brown: Creating the Conditions for Revolutionary Change – Comcast NBCUniversal


  • Homeroom – Hulu


  • The Chi – SHOWTIME

Foreign Language

  • Somos Afro-Latinos – ESPN


  • Luda Can’t Cook – Discovery+


  • VICE News’s Black Lives Matter: A Global Reckoning – VICE News

Original Movie or Special

  • Robin Roberts Presents: Mahalia – Lifetime


  • We’re Here – HBO/HBO Max

Reality – Social Issues

  • Darren Waller: Gratitude – ESPN


  • Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel – HBO/HBO Max

Variety/Talk Show

  • PAUSE with Sam Jay – HBO/HBO Max