About the academy
From the Chairman
The Emmy statue's return to the NoHo campus marks a milestone in the New Destination project.
A new name, a new look, and a new home.
Founded in 1946, the Academy's story parallels the progress of the television industry.
The Emmy Statuette
Who is this woman and what is she holding?
Jane Lynch, Matt Bomer, Rachel Bloom, Adam Shankman and Cat Deeley Among Television Stars Who Presented Awards for Outstanding Achievements in Student-produced Content
Tim Allen, Carly Chaikin, Ted Danson, Portia Doubleday, Florence Henderson, Derek Hough, Felicity Huffman, Cloris Leachman, Phylicia Rashad, Marion Ross and Suzanne Somers confirmed to attend
Television Academy to Honor Four Major Broadcast Networks With Historic "Hall Of Fame Cornerstone" Award at June 2 Celebrity-Studded Gala Event Marking Organization's 70th Anniverary and Opening of the Saban Media Center
Soon-To-Be-Unveiled New Saban Media Center First Non-Commercial Theatre in U.S. To Install Cutting-Edge Dolby Technologies
Board of Governors
Elected representatives from each of the 29 peer groups.
Led by the Chairman and other elected and appointed officers
Professionals in the television industry
More than 20 groups devoted to key initiatives