Matthew Weiner accepts the Emmy for Drama Series

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Television Academy Throwback: Viola Davis
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Insightful wisdom from Viola Davis on her 56th birthday.

August 10, 2021
Television Academy Throwback: Black-ish
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Watch as the family sitcom black-ish is recognized at the Television Academy Honors for creative TV with a conscience.

September 1, 2020
Television Academy Throwback: Common and An Evening with Norman Lear
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Recording artist, actor and activist, Common, joined us during An Evening with Norman Lear in 2015 to discuss how Lear's work influenced his music.

June 23, 2020
2015 Creative Arts Emmys: Informational Series or Special
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Anthony Bourdain accepts the Emmy Award for Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown

June 8, 2018
Composing Music For A PIlot
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The Flash and Arrow Composer Blake Neely explains his creative process and his important rules.

January 8, 2016
Showing The Network A Pilot
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David Nutter, Paul Karasick and Thom Sherman discuss what works in a pilot, the influence of studio notes, and show to take the episode to the next level.

January 8, 2016
Happy Holidays 2015
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Happy Holidays from everyone at the Television Academy!

December 15, 2015
Creating Sound Design
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Arrow and Supernatural Supervising Sound Editor Mike Lawshé on sound as an art and the precise moments when sound, or silence, is needed.

November 11, 2015
Pitching a Pilot
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At the Television Academy Foundation’s Faculty Seminar, Rina Mimoun (Executive Producer, Mistresses and Everwood) gives advice about pitching pilots while telling stories of her own experiences.

November 11, 2015
The Creative Team
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Panelists David Nutter (EP/Director, Containment and The Flash), Rina Mimoun (EP, Mistresses and Everwood), and Blake Neely (Composer, Arrow and The Flash) discuss the various masterminds behind making a show and the collaboration amongst them.

November 11, 2015
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