Max Marcilla

Max Marcilla

Multimedia Journalist

Charlottesville, Va.

Max Marcilla graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park in May 2020 with a degree in broadcast journalism. He joined the NBC29 team as a multimedia journalist in June 2020.

Before he came to Charlottesville, he was a reporter with the University of Maryland’s Capital News Service Broadcast Bureau, where he covered Maryland legislature and the state’s elected officials in Congress. He also interned at WUSA9 in Washington, D.C., and NJTV News, the PBS station in New Jersey.

Max was also the station director for WMUC Sports, the student-run sports radio station at UMD, and worked as an announcer and producer with the Big Ten Network Student U.

While he spent most of his upbringing in Northern New Jersey, he’s proud to be born in New York City. He’s excited to call Central Virginia his new home.

Outside of the newsroom, Max is an avid fan of the Mets, Knicks, and Terps, and enjoys learning about history and good journalism.


Recent Articles by Max

  McGuffey Art Center reopens for in-person art exhibits by appointment

  Charlottesville employee surprises colleague’s daughters with virtual school set-up in their office

  How central Virginia communities are performing according to CDC school metrics

  Schools eye usage of new metrics on data portal from Virginia Dept. of Health

Thomas Jefferson Health District says area restaurants complying with COVID guidelines

  Albemarle County School Board discusses COVID, renovation projects

Prosecutors discuss best ways to serve amid calls for racial justice

  Charlottesville community members call for justice for Breonna Taylor

Online forum discusses role of Black women voters throughout Charlottesville’s history

Charlottesville City Council hears recommendations to improve disproportionality in criminal justice system

  University of Virginia announces new COVID safety protocols amidst rising cases

  Outgoing city manager becomes talking point during Charlottesville City Council meeting

Community members meet with Del. Sally Hudson to discuss police reform, relationships

Wastewater testing results suggest additional COVID-19 infections at the University of Virginia

  ’Eerily silent’: An experience from University of Virginia’s quarantined dorm

  Cameron Webb answers questions about healthcare plan at virtual town hall

Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors approves over $125,000 in CARES funding for law enforcement vehicles

Thomas Jefferson Health District clarifies how it reports UVA students’ test results

University of Virginia dorm to enter quarantine after 5 positive COVID-19 cases

Richmond, Montgomery mayors discuss changes in former Confederate capital cities

  Former DC United player wears masks made out of jerseys during residency at UVA

  2,977 flags placed at UVA for September 11th memorial

Del. Sally Hudson gives update on special session to Charlottesville Police Civilian Review Board

  Area attorneys train volunteer lawyers in tenants’ rights, eviction law

Albemarle County plans for early in-person voting amidst COVID-19 pandemic

  Albemarle County Board of Supervisors votes to move Confederate monuments

  ‘It’s traumatic, for sure’: Black men and women discuss feelings, mental health amidst racial justice movement

  University of Virginia students share fall experiences through first two weeks

  New policies, committees in place for Charlottesville students ahead of virtual start

  Mail-in ballot requests in Charlottesville surge ahead of presidential election