The IABM is hosted an interactive webinar this week about the requirements for winning a technical Emmy Award. The Road to Winning a Technical Emmy explored the scope of the Outstanding Achievement in Technology and Engineering Development Award, including the nomination process, committee selection procedures and a review of the Emmy usage policy.
Broadcast vet Stan Moote (pictured), who has been actively involved with the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Engineering & Technology Committee for two decades, was the presenter.
“The Emmy is one of the industry’s most iconic and sought-after awards,” reports Peter White, CEO, IABM. “It not only represents support of arts and science in television, it also means that having an Emmy statuette on your stand at a trade show, or in a display case in your office, reinforces your expertise and competency to both customers and peers.
“However, many IABM members don’t understand the process and shy away from entering as they consider it too complicated and the goal of winning the Emmy unachievable. This webinar is seeking to change that, to help organizations within the broadcast and media supply industry get their achievements recognized.”
While the webinar was free to those who signed up, it will be archived for IABM members to access going forward.