The Emmy® Awards
Daytime Emmy® Awards
The Daytime Entertainment Emmy® Awards has been honoring excellence in all fields of daytime Broadcast production for over 48 years. The Emmy® is awarded in various categories, including acknowledgements for series, performers and all other technical and creative areas.
The Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards season culminates with a show that pays tribute to the exceptional work of daytime broadcasting's elite.
Sports Emmy® Awards
The Sports Emmy® Awards honors outstanding achievement in sports programming by conferring annual awards of merit in various categories. The presentation of these awards is intended to be an incentive for the continued pursuit of excellence.
In November each year, a call for entries is sent to a wide cross section of the television sports community. Entries are solicited from networks, cable companies, “over the top” providers, syndicators and independent producers.
News & Documentary Emmy® Awards
The News & Documentary Emmy® Awards recognize outstanding achievement in the fields of news and documentary by conferring annual awards of merit. The awards are intended as an incentive for the continued pursuit of excellence for those working in the broadcast journalism and documentary filmmaking professions.
Each year a call for entries is made available to a wide cross section of the national broadcast and online news and documentary community. Entries are solicited from national broadcast news organizations, cable companies, online news and documentary producers, streaming services, syndicators and independent producers.
Tech & Engineering Emmy® Awards
Launched in 1948, Technology and Engineering Awards honor development and innovation in broadcast technology and recognize companies, organizations and individuals for breakthroughs in technology that have a significant effect on television engineering.
An award to an individual, a company, or to a scientific or technical organization for developments and/or standardization involved in engineering technologies which either represent so extensive an improvement on existing methods or are so innovative in nature that they materially have affected the transmission, recording, or reception of television.