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

  Virginia’s vaccine coordinator addresses rural hesitancy, when teens can get a shot

  CRHA prepares for resident relocation as Crescent Halls undergoes major renovations

  COVID-19 cases in kids rise in Charlottesville area, experts caution potential ‘4th wave’

  Infectious disease experts discuss vaccine hesitancy among Republican adults

Charlottesville allocates extra $1.5 million for FY22 budget, sets up vote later in April

  2 bills designed to help Virginians with special needs signed by Gov. Northam

Albemarle County committee discusses how to promote helpful recycling habits

University of Virginia’s “Brighter Together” light show continues at Rotunda

  Central Virginia localities prepare to potentially form regional cigarette tax board

  Federal lawsuit filed against former Charlottesville police officer after he unlawfully detained a man

Rep. Spanberger hosts virtual town hall to discuss mental health during COVID-19 pandemic

Piedmont Housing Alliance updates Eviction Protection Program plans at city meeting

  UVA Health doctors answer questions about COVID-19 vaccine efficacy, importance during town hall

  Charlottesville organization gives $4.25 million grant to fund purchase of hotel, soon to house homeless

  Charlottesville Councilors Hill, Snook respond to Mayor Walker’s Facebook poem

  Charlottesville’s B.U.C.K Squad hosts party for kids on South First Street

  Virginia still expects to meet May 1 deadline for everyone to be eligible for COVID-19 vaccine

IMPACT pushes for affordable housing, childhood education policy at Nehemiah Assembly

Charlottesville City Schools Superintendent Atkins answers questions about new job at Virginia Dept. of Education

  Charlottesville City Council introduced new credit card policy

  Western Albemarle High School football coach shares challenges of COVID-19

  Charlottesville to expand pedestrian and bicycle space on Belmont Bridge

  15-year-old raises thousands to help fellow teenage cancer patients at UVA Children’s Hospital

  University of Virginia’s pop-up light show begins at the University Chapel

  Charlottesville crafting ‘Roadmap to Recovery’ based on feedback from business owners

  Albemarle County receives nearly $2.8 million to construct fiber-optic cable

  Charlottesville, Albemarle County schools prepare for in-person graduations following Northam’s announcement

  Ray Szwabowski, running for Charlottesville’s top prosecutor job, outlines priorities on Facebook Live

  Gov. Northam restores civil rights to over 69K Virginians

  Albemarle County Supervisors ask questions, praise parts of schools’ budget