Fox Television Group chairmen-CEOs Gary Newman and Dana Walden, AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan and YouTube global content chief Susanne Daniels are among the honorees set for NATPE’s 14th annual Brandon Tartikoff Legacy Awards.

Actress and activist Eva Longoria and Univision CEO Randy Falco will also be feted at the event set for Jan. 18 at the Fontainebleau hotel in Miami Beach. The kudos are handed out as part of the National Association of Television Program Executives conference, which runs Jan. 17-19 at the Fontainebleau and Eden Roc hotels.

“Each of this year’s inspiring honorees shares Brandon Tartikoff’s passion and vision for excellence in television. Dana, Gary, Susanne, Randy, Eva and Josh have each earned the respect of the industry and rightly deserve to have their achievements celebrated in Miami,” said Andy Kaplan, Sony Pictures TV president of worldwide networks and chairman of NATPE.

Proceeds from the Tartikoff Awards benefit the NATPE Educational Foundation. The kudos pay tribute to the legendary NBC programming executive.

“Susanne, Eva, Randy, Josh, Dana and Gary embody the creative brilliance and passion for the entertainment industry that Brandon held so sacred. It would have meant so much to Brandon that NATPE has insisted on keeping his memory and vision alive,” said Lilly Tartikoff.

Dana Walden and Gary Newman are the Chairmen and CEOs of Fox Television Group, overseeing a consortium of media and content creation companies which includes the broadcast network Fox Broadcasting Company (FBC); the broadcast and cable production studios 20th Century Fox Television (TCFTV) and Fox 21 Television Studios; the licensing division, Fox Consumer Products; and syndication supplier of off-network programming, Twentieth Television. Their recent projects include “Empire,”  “This is Us,” “Speechless,” “The Last Man on Earth,” “Grease: Live” as well as “The X-Files.” Their upcoming projects include “Star” from Lee Daniels and a new take on the classic “24” franchise, “24: Legacy.”

Susanne Daniels is the global head of original content for YouTube where she oversees original programming that provides subscribers with access to exclusive content through YouTube Red, featuring stars that became famous on the media platform. Current programming includes “Scare PewDiePie,” “Dance Camp,” “A Trip to Unicorn Island,” “Lazer Team” and an upcoming Lionsgate-produced series based on the “Step Up” franchise. Prior to joining YouTube, Daniels held the position of president of programming at MTV, the WB and Lifetime.

Randy Falco is president and CEO of Univision Communications Inc., overseeing a media portfolio that reaches an estimated 89 million average monthly unduplicated monthly media consumers, and includes 17 broadcast, cable and digital networks and partnerships; 126 local television and radio stations; an array of online and mobile apps and products and content creation facilities across the United States. Falco has received numerous recognitions including 10 Emmy awards for Olympics coverage, a Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame induction and a recipient of the Frank Stanton Award, the Ballet Hispanico Gala Honor, Museum of Moving Image Honor, the MALDEF Legacy Leader Award, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) Board of Trustees’ Award, and the Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) Champion Award, among many others.

Josh Sapan is the president and CEO for AMC Networks Inc., overseeing television networks AMC, IFC, SundanceTV, WE tv, and BBC AMERICA (operated through a joint venture with BBC Worldwide); feature film labels IFC Films and Sundance Selects; and AMC Networks International, the company’s international programming and distribution division. Under Sapan’s leadership, AMC Networks has created some of the most popular, acclaimed, and awarded television series and films, including AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” “Fear the Walking Dead,” “Preacher,” “Better Call Saul,” “Mad Men,” and “Breaking Bad”; SundanceTV’s “Rectify” and “Top of the Lake;” IFC’s “Portlandia”; and IFC Films’ “Boyhood.”  Sapan is on the Executives Branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences (AMPAS) and serves on numerous boards, including the American Film Institute, The Paley Center for Media, The Cable Center, the Museum of the Moving Image, People for the American Way and WNYC Radio.

Eva Longoria is a Golden Globe-nominated, Screen Actors Guild and ALMA Award-winning actress, director, producer and activist, and “Desperate Housewives” alum. She filmed Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx’s directorial debut film “All-Star Weekend,” and stars alongside Academy Award nominee Demian Bichir in the Lionsgate feature film “Lowriders” as well as the BBC miniseries “Decline and Fall,” with the latter two premiering Spring 2017. Additionally, Longoria is the executive producer of “Devious Maids,” Lifetime’s hit one-hour dramedy, and recently directed episodes of the Golden Globe nominated “Jane the Virgin” and Emmy Award nominated “Black-ish.” In addition to founding “The Eva Longoria Foundation,” she is also co-founder of “Eva’s Heroes” which enriches the lives of adolescents with developmental disabilities; and is the national spokesperson for “Padres Contra el Cancer,” a nonprofit committed to improving the quality of life for children with cancer.

(Pictured: Gary Newman, Dana Walden, Susanne Daniels)