2014 Primetime Emmy Nominations
An Evening with Daniel Attias
A conversation with one of television's most prolific directors. Dan shares insight and stories about his award-winning career spanning shows such as The Wire, Homeland, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and The Americans.
Surviving Television: Career, Networking, and Personal Financial Planning
This virtual discussion covers topics for beginners and associate members, including career planning, networking, and financial planning.
Television Academy Throwback: Steven Yeun
At the event "An Evening with The Walking Dead" in 2013, Actor Steven Yeun spoke about the support he felt on set from the cast and crew. Watch how Yeun marked his time on the show as a turning point in his acting career.
41st College Television Awards
Children's & Family Emmy Awards Panel
Learn everything you need to know about the Children's & Family Emmy Awards, which will branch off as a standalone competition later this year.
How to Write, Pitch & Produce a Limited Series
A discussion with the Showrunners and Executive Producers of Manhunt, Mare of Easttown, Mrs. America, and Unorthodox about the challenges of writing, pitching, and producing a limited series.
The Journey of Black Professionals in Television
Top television performers, creatives, and executives as they share their thoughts on how the industry has changed from the start of their careers to the present.
Diverse Beauty: Professional Representation Behind the Scenes
A panel focused on the need for inclusion in pre-production and on-set within various departments, among them the hair and makeup teams who work with actors/actresses with textured hair and a range of complexions.
Television Academy Throwback: Late Show with David Letterman
Today, February 1, marks the 40th anniversary of The Late Show, originally hosted by David Letterman. Check out his acceptance speech from 1994 for Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series.
And Now, Here's Your Host!
Explore how the most accomplished hosts are simply great performers, who shift performance gears to host in the same way they shift gears from sitcom, to drama, to even voiceover and commercials.