Shohreh Aghdashloo of Mob Doctor : 34th College Television Awards
Television Academy Throwback: Loreen Arbus
Next week marks 32 years since the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law. Watch Loreen Arbus' inspiring speech before she presented the Loreen Arbus Focus on Disability Scholarship at the 37th College Television Awards.
Television Academy Throwback: Merritt Wever
Actress Merritt Wever won Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for Nurse Jackie in 2013. Wever was thankful, yet shocked and was at a loss for words.
41st College Television Awards: Scripted Series
Emily Dillard and Nicola Rinciari from Savannah College of Art and Design win the award for Scripted Series.
41st College Television Awards: Nonfiction or Reality Series
Bohao Liu from New York Univerity wins the award for Nonfiction or Reality Series.
41st College Television Awards: News and Sports
Danyel De Villiers, Julia Hecht, Brendan Reilly, Michelle Ng-Reyes, Gianna Sanchez, Maxwell Trink, Jenna Weiss, and Josh White from the University of Miami win the award for News and Sports.
41st College Television Awards: Seymour Bricker Humanitarian Award
Bohao Liu from New York University wins the Seymour Bricker Humanitarian Award.
41st College Television Awards: Loreen Arbus Focus on Disability Award
Chad Veal and Brendan Wallace from Taylor University win the Loreen Arbus Focus on Disability award.
41st College Television Awards: Animation Series
Tyler Bitner and Ethan Briscoe from Brigham Young University - Utah win the award for Animation Series.
Television Academy Throwback: Shohreh Aghdashloo
In 2009, Shohreh Aghdashloo became the first Iranian-American woman to receive an Emmy Award when she won for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie for House Of Saddam.
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.