Enter the International Emmy® Awards Competition!
The deadline for the 49th International Emmy Awards competition is 17 February 2021. Enter your programs in all categories now.
International Emmy® Awards Competition © International Emmy® Awards
Every year, the global television community competes to be recognized by the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences with the International Emmy® Awards.
The Emmy® Award recognizes excellence in television and honors the special skills and unique talents of the companies and individuals who create, produce, and perform in television programmes worldwide. The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences organizes competitions in several distinctive areas:
News categories (presented online in September/October), Kids categories (presentation to be announced) and Programs & Performances categories (presented in November from NY); for further information regarding the competition and events go to the Academy’s website.
The deadline for the 49th International Emmy Awards Competition is Wednesday, 17 February at 12:00 (noon) ET.
Enter your programmes across 16 categories now.
The categories are: Arts Programming, Best Performance by an Actor, Best Performance by an Actress, Comedy, Documentary, Drama Series, Non-English Language U.S. Primetime Program, Non-Scripted Entertainment, Short-Form Series, Telenovela, TV-Movie/Mini-Series. (presented in November).
There are also three Kids categories:
Kids: Animation; Kids: Factual & Entertainment, Kids: Live Action.
News categories are News and Current Affairs.
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