Emmy Magazine Editorial

Writer Guidelines


From the executive suite to the editing bay, emmy magazine goes behind the scenes of television and digital entertainment to cover the people who make the magic happen. 

Emmy's core readers include the members of the Television Academy and other television industry professionals. Articles must appeal to the television and digital entertainment professional while being understandable to the enthusiast. 

Emmy profiles television's most-talked-about as well as those working behind the scenes: producers, directors, cinematographers, editors, costume and makeup artists, and more. Articles also explore issues and trends in broadcast, cable and digital programming, and emerging technology. 

We require television expertise and clear, lively writing. We do not run highly technical articles, nor do we accept academic or fan-magazine approaches. 

Most departments are written by regular contributors, but newcomers can break into Labors of Love — 500-word, front-of-the book profiles of TV people and their passions. 

Please review recent issues before querying. Please query in writing with published, television-related clips to: 

Editor, Emmy
5220 Lankershim Blvd.
North Hollywood, CA 91601-3109


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