Sneak an Early Peek at the New Emmys.tv
Check out the work-in-progress version of Emmys.tv and send us your feedback.
Welcome to the new Emmys.tv BETA, the work-in-progress, version of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' longstanding member, industry and press website, Emmys.tv.
Accessible here at beta.emmys.tv, this temporary site is an advance peek at the soon-to-be relaunched Emmys.tv, allowing you to check out its new design, explore its developing features, test its navigation and much more.
Users are encouraged to click throughout the site and, if they wish, email comments to the Television Academy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The new Emmys.tv reflects the Television Academy's commitment to its digital properties, and is part of a multi-tiered initiative that also includes Emmys.com, the Academy's recently launched consumer-facing website, and EmmysFoundation.org, the public- and academic-focused site of the Television Academy Foundation.
Like Emmys.com and EmmysFoundation.org, the redesign and expansion of Emmys.tv were executed in conjunction with web development firm Metal Toad Media and creative agency Playground Group.
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