Outside the Box: Artificial
Emmy Award winner Bernie Su talks about Artificial; the first live, scripted, interactive, episodic, sci-fi series that lets the audience help create the show.
Decoding COVID-19 Production Guidelines for Scripted Series
Producer Kris Eber has an in-depth discussion of the COVID-19 Production Guidelines through four points of view: Labor relations and safety, production executives, below the line, and producers.
Television Academy Throwback: Common and An Evening with Norman Lear
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.
Television Academy Throwback: Perfect Harmony with 13th
During a night of Perfect Harmony, director Ava DuVernay and cinematographer Hans Charles discussed how the idea for the important film came about and the significance of its score.
Outside the Box: The Blacklist
The Blacklist producers were faced with a daunting challenge of how to finish the 7th season finale in the midst of a global pandemic.
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.
Playing With Fire: The Evolution of Fire in Stunts
Governors Dorenda Moore and Lesley Aletter host a conversation on the evolution of fire stunts on screen.
Shooting Remotely While Waiting for the New Normal
Experts from television production have an in-depth conversation around successful remote production approaches during quarantine.
Production Freelancers Fiscal Survival Kit
Reality Programming Peer Group presents Gilda Brasch to discuss financial relief programs that are available to production freelancers.
Creative Disruption in the Time of Corona
An in-depth conversation with creators, technologists and thought leaders creating engaging content leveraging aspects of live production in the midst of social distancing.
Television Academy Throwback: Rhea Perlman
Watch Rhea Perlman accept her first Emmy win at the 36th Primetime Emmy Awards in 1984 for her wisecracking character Carla from the hit show Cheers.