An Evening Honoring James Burrows: Cheers
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.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in the Interactive Media Industry
Watch for a special, in-depth discussion with executives from streaming companies, networks, studios & social media platforms.
Platforms, Publishers, & Producers: How to Produce for the Next Generation of Television
Hear from industry leaders who understand the next generation of TV from the inside out.
Entertainment Publicity and Inclusion
Watch an important discussion that focuses on different ways publicists can be allies to marginalized groups and promote needed change.
REPRESENT: The African American Experience in Post-Production
Picture Editors Peer Group Co-Governor Michael Ruscio, along with seven other industry professionals, provide a platform to discuss a way forward to create more inclusion in Post-Production.
Quaranstreaming: Comfort TV That Keeps Us Going
Join us for a virtual conversation that welcomes some old friends from the hit shows The West Wing, The Sopranos, and Grey's Anatomy.
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.
Black History: Inspiring Stories on Television
A discussion about shows that incorporate African-American history into current content and how these narratives influence and shape today's culture.