Television is an ecosystem, metaphorically speaking: some species thrive and others die, amid a constant evolution. That characterization of the medium impressed Kristine Weatherston, an assistant...
In September, The Colbert Report won its first Primetime Emmy as outstanding variety series, as well as its third Emmy statuette for writing. In December, the Comedy Central staple had a win of a...
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (August 14, 2013) — The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation announced today the appointment of Karla Loor Kitchel as the Director of Strategic...
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (July 8, 2013) – The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation announced today the promotion of Karen L. Herman to Vice President of the Archive of American...
Foundation 2012 Golf Tournament Winners Competitions included low score, closest to the pin, long drive and more. On September 10, at...
NoHo Arts District – Former Television Academy Chairman and current Television Academy Foundation board member Dick Askin has been selected as the 2012 recipient of the esteemed Syd Cassyd...
PITTSBURGH, PA, JUNE 4, 2012 – The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation unveiled the winners of its 8th Fred Rogers Memorial Scholarship Program at the Fred Forward Conference...
2013 Mister Rogers Memorial Scholarship winners left to right: Paisley Smith, Bill Isler, Nancy Steingard, Donna Mitroff, Drew Cingel, Kimberly Snyder, Andy Sale, Television Academy Foundation...
Each Spring, professors specializing in Television/Production from colleges and universities (both large and small) from across the country apply for this incredible opportunity. Twenty are selected...
The 33rd College Television Awards — held Saturday, March 31, 2012, in Hollywood, California — honored the nation’s best student-produced work in video, digital and film production...