Requirements for membership in the Interactive Media Peer Group
Please note that requirements (as outlined below) must be met within the four (4) years preceding one's application for membership or membership review; also, such requirements apply in each instance to the production and/or distribution of nationally exhibited audio visual works. All episodes should be a minimum of thirty (30) minutes in length unless defined otherwise specifically for short form programming. Individuals who have received a Primetime or Daytime Emmy Nomination, specific to this peer group, within the past four (4) years are eligible for Active membership.
The Interactive Media Peer Group represents members who have an impact on interactive television programs that enable the audience to view and participate, alter, interact, and immerse in the program. At least 75% of work must be in interactive, immersive or experiential, and nationally distributed, programming experiences. Some categories that do not meet the criteria for our peer group include: Strictly technology responsibilities and network social media marketing that does not allow the audience to directly affect programming.
Employment for a minimum of two (2) years within the last four (4) years as senior level executive, producer or equivalent who is actively engaged in the creation or production of, or creative interaction and engagement strategy for verifiable, professionally produced and nationally exhibited interactive programming content.
Or a qualified body of work relevant to the peer group that warrants a waiver of the above requirements. Body of Work designation has all benefits of Active membership with the exception of running for Peer Group Governor.
Employed persons with verifiable hands-on experience, who are actively engaged in the creation or production or creative interaction and engagement strategy of verifiable, professionally produced and nationally exhibited interactive programming content with a minimum of one (1) year within the last four (4) years. Program specific social media marketing roles. Teachers of interactive programming or other new media strategy, development and production at the college or university level, including program-specific social media marketing engagement.