The Power of TV: Producing with Purpose
A conversation with women who are actively changing the industry discussing how to create space for historically excluded groups on screen and behind the camera.
The Power of TV: Representing Climate Change On Screen
A conversation exploring ways in which content creators can shed light on climate change and promote positive social change by incorporating more storylines on these issues in their programs.
The Stories We Tell: Impact on Youth Mental Health
Hosted by the Television Academy and The Jed Foundation, this panel dives deep into the current state of youth mental health, exploring the power of storytelling to improve mental health outcomes and demonstrating how expert input can be achieved for maximum effect.
42nd College Television Awards
The 42nd College Television Awards were presented on April 1, 2023 in Los Angeles, CA.
A Frank Conversation...About the State of the Business
A conversation with industry executives and creators about current and future trends in television, moderated by Television Academy Chairman and CEO Frank Scherma.
The State of Reality TV 2023
A panel of reality and nonfiction programming executives from network, cable, and streaming discuss current trends and future developments in reality tv. Moderated by Bob Boden.
The Power of TV: Reshaping Breast Cancer Narratives
Developed in partnership with Hollywood, Health & Society, this conversation focuses on disparities in access to breast cancer detection and care, especially for young women who are most affected by early onset breast cancer. This panel also includes storytellers in television who discuss how content creators can shed light on the topic and promote positive social change by incorporating more storylines on these issues in their programs.
Summer Internship Information Session Webinar
The Television Academy Foundation offers an eight-week, paid, extraordinary summer internship program with hands-on experience, professional development, networking and more. Find out about the application process in this webinar.
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.