Juan Morales

Juan Morales joined the Television Academy in 2004. In his current role as vice president, content, and editor in chief of emmy magazine, he is responsible for all editorial, production, circulation and advertising sales for the magazine, as well as the Academy's other publications, including the programs for the Emmy Awards, Los Angeles Area Emmys, Television Academy Honors and Hall of Fame. He is also responsible for original content and the editorial staff of the Academy website.
 

Juan Morales joined the Television Academy in 2004. In his current role as vice president, content, and editor in chief of emmy magazine, he is responsible for all editorial, production, circulation and advertising sales for the magazine, as well as the Academy's other publications, including the programs for the Emmy Awards, Los Angeles Area Emmys, Television Academy Honors and Hall of Fame. He is also responsible for original content and the editorial staff of the Academy website.
 
Previously, he served as editor in chief of Detour magazine, editorial director of Movieline magazine and executive editor of E! Online. In addition, his writing has appeared in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, In Style, Harper's Bazaar, Redbook and many other publications.
 
He has a B.A. in English and an M.A. in Film & Television Studies from UCLA and previously served on the board of the Western Publishing Association.

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emmy magazine's Editor In Chief Juan Morales greets former Television Academy Chairman/CEO and Emmy-winning production designer John Shaffner at “Industry Architects: A Dialogue with David Nevins,” on January 31, 2020 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Beverly Hills, California.

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Editor-in-Chief of emmy Magazine Juan Morales moderates a conversation with Nina Wolarsky and Peter Friedlander, co-vice presidents of Netflix Original Series at the 2019 Faculty Seminar Conference, held November 4-6, 2019 at the Television Academy in North Hollywood, California.

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