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

Drive-in movies highlight unique Virginia Film Festival

Charlottesville firefighters bond with young boy during pandemic

Health official offers advice on how to stay healthy during winter months

Louisa County organization works to ‘remove the stigma’ after no one shows up at food drive

University of Virginia president: ‘UVA will not walk away from Thomas Jefferson’

Virginia Wildlife Center asking for donations to feed black bear cubs

How central Virginia communities are performing according to CDC school metrics

University of Virginia announces new COVID safety protocols amidst rising cases

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

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

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

Albemarle County Board of Supervisors votes to move Confederate monuments

University of Virginia students share fall experiences through first two weeks

UVA infectious disease expert reacts to authorization of COVID-19 plasma treatment

George Rogers Clark statue at University of Virginia found covered in red paint

Albemarle County to remove “At Ready” confederate statue following public hearing

UVA delaying in-person instruction and move-in for undergraduates by 2 weeks, Students react

Infectious disease physician discusses pool testing option for universities

Scottsville family remembering, rebuilding after house burns down

13 deaths at Charlottesville long-term care facility tied to COVID-19

Charlottesville City Council adopts new restrictions designed to curb spread of COVID-19

Black UVA professor set to receive tenure, promotion after lengthy battle

UVA requires negative COVID-19 tests for returning students, 2-week quarantine requested

Commonwealth’s Attorneys sign letter supporting criminal justice reform

Louisa County to spend CARES Act money on body cameras for all its officers

Lock and barricade found at entrance of UVA cemetery with Confederate memorial

LEAP launches ‘Solarize Virginia’ campaign