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From the executive suite to the editing bay, Emmy magazine goes behind the scenes of the entertainment industry to cover the people who make television happen.
The official publication of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Emmy draws its editorial content from the expertise of the more than 18,000 members who work in all aspects of the industry. They range from corporate CEOs to stunt performers; from producers and directors to editors and cinematographers; from stars to the makeup and costume artists who prepare them for the cameras.
Emmy's Television Academy affiliation gives it a unique perspective to explore the latest industry trends and to focus on the people driving them. And Emmy is the only publication delivered directly to every person eligible to vote for the Primetime Emmy Awards, television entertainment's most prestigious honor.
While other publications focus on TV celebrities, Emmy gives you unmatched access to the stars plus the starmakers: the artists, craftspeople, business insiders and more who work behind the cameras. We keep looking to the future of television, reporting on emerging platforms, advances in production technology, home entertainment — wherever viewers will be watching next.
Emmy is truly invaluable for all interested in television, insiders and aficionados alike.
Over the past eight years Emmy has collected thirty-two Maggie Awards from the Western Publications Association. These include best coverage of communications and the arts, best cover, best overall design and, on two occasions, best trade magazine of the year.
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