13th Television Academy Honors
The Interviews: An Oral History Of Television 25th Anniversary Celebration
Interviewees, television luminaries, and leaders celebrate twenty-five years of preserving television history. Featuring a dialogue with Costume Designer Bob Mackie about his career in television.
Writers Producing their Episodes: Covering Set and Everything You Need to Know
A panel of writers, showrunners, and directors discussing the importance of having writers on set or producing their own episodes and how it benefits both the writers room and production.
Tech Tools & Tips: "Summoning the Hordes"
Leaders in visual effects and CGI share their experiences and thoughts about the future of their industry in television.
For the 16th consecutive year, we invite you to join our Emmy-nominated editors for a provocative discussion of the creative forces behind the scenes, the art of editing and how it's shaping the best of television.
74th Engineering Emmy Awards
15th Television Academy Honors
The Television Academy honors Reservation Dogs, The Year Earth Changed, Dopesick, Insecure, Taste The Nation: Holiday Edition, It's a Sin, and Black and Missing, along with special mentions for Burning: The 1921 Race Massacre, Maid, and Fauci.
The Biggest Laugh: The Journey from Stand-Up to Screen
Host Brett Gelman and a panel of stand-up comedians who have performed from stage, sitcoms, and even dramatic series, have a lively discussion about their unique and entertaining career journeys.
The New Realities of Development
This panel brings together executives across various studios, streamers and production companies who are in active development on some of your favorite shows to to discuss the specific ups and downs of creating a new series.
The Power of TV: Advancing AAPI Representation
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.