From the executive suite to the editing bay, emmy® goes behind the scenes of the television industry to cover the people who make TV happen.
The official publication of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, emmy® draws its editorial content from the expertise of the more than 15,000 members who work in all aspects of television. They range from corporate CEOs to stunt performers; from producers and directors to editors and cinematographers; from stars to the makeup and costume artists who prepare them for the cameras.
Emmy’s Television Academy affiliation gives it a unique perspective to explore the latest industry trends and to focus on the people involved in them. And emmy® is the only magazine that sends each of its seven annual issues directly to everyone eligible to vote for TV’s most prestigious award.
While other publications focus on TV celebrities, emmy® covers not only the stars, but also the achievements of artists, crafts experts and businesspeople who work behind the cameras. It also explores the future of television, reporting on the latest tools and technological advances.
Emmy’s mission is the same as the Academy’s: to promote creativity, diversity, innovation and excellence through recognition, education and leadership in the advancement of the telecommunications arts and sciences. It is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in television.
In 2011, emmy® received two Maggie Awards from the Western Publications Association, including Best Overall Trade Publication. In all, emmy® has collected thirty Maggies for excellence over the past nine years.
“I was truly honored that emmy® chose me for the cover. emmy® is a prestigious industry magazine that is not only read by my peers but by other high-profile industry leaders, and it is great to be in such good company.”
—Patricia Arquette, star of NBC’s Medium
“I had not been a member of the Television Academy for many years, but was inspired to renew my membership after reading a few copies of my wife’s emmy® magazine. In a world where TV ratings are reported along with movie grosses on the eleven o’clock news, emmy® is more than a trade journal and deserves wide distribution to promote both the Academy and excellence in television.”
—Paul Brownstein, award-winning producer
“Emmy provides a thorough and always invigorating perspective on the television business. With good reporting and unusually beautiful photography, it is in a class by itself in highlighting the excellence in our industry.”
—Robert Greenblatt, president of entertainment, Showtime Networks
“The qualities that set emmy® magazine apart are its coverage of a variety of professionals within the industry and its photographs, which are some of the most unique and memorable. The shoot that I participated in was one of the most creative I have ever experienced.”
—Joel Gretsch, star of USA Network’s The 4400
“Emmy shows you how the business works—from the inside. It's like having a playbook!”
—George Lopez, star of ABC’s The George Lopez Show
“Emmy is my conduit to the industry. It is a staple in my office, and I look forward to receiving each issue. I wish there were more issues—and that comes from a man who has many issues!”
—Howie Mandel, star of NBC’s Deal or No Deal
“The pictures are stunning and the profiles are always insightful.”
—Kyra Sedgwick, star of TNT’s The Closer
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