38th CTA Winner's Circle: Scripted Series
Script to Screen: Little Voice
Watch executive producers Sara Bareilles and Jessie Nelson and star Brittany O’Grady of the Apple TV+ series Little Voice talk about creating a show about a young artist finding her authentic voice. Moderated by Variety’s Jazz Tangcay.
Wishing you a joyful holiday season together virtually.
Creativity in a Time of Crisis
Find out how the industry is going back into production as the pandemic continues and how the industry is creating and adapting to new protocols.
Script to Screen: Story & Casting in Little America
Delve into the pre-production, casting, and production process to learn how creators bring a project to life.
The Power of TV: Homelessness in Storytelling
A panel exploring how the creative industry can shed light and attention on the largely invisible community of homeless youth through compelling and authentic storytelling.
Meet the Foundation
It is the Television Academy Foundation's mission to preserve and celebrate the history of television while educating and inspiring those who will shape its future.
Career Spotlight: The Sound of Storytelling
The Television Academy Foundation and Dolby Laboratories hosted an inspiring conversation with industry professionals about how they use the power of sound to tell stories.
Television Academy Throwback: Yeardley Smith
Watch as Yeardley Smith shares her journey to playing the brilliant 8-year-old, Lisa Simpson, for three decades on FOX's hit show The Simpsons, at a Television Academy event in 2017.
Television Academy Throwback: Terence Winter
Watch as Terence Winter, Creator/Writer/EP of Boardwalk Empire, explains how he got an agent and his first writing gig in Hollywood at a Television Academy event in 2017.
40th CTA Industry Panels: A Conversation with FilmLA
Television Academy Foundation alum Albert Lawrence chats with industry professional and President of FilmLA, Paul Audley, about how FilmLA is helping to create a ‘new normal’ in such a transitional time of the television industry.