TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 564.4 with guest Adam Sharp, president of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, is available for listening on demand as a free podcast

NATAS president Adam Sharp at the 45th Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Gala at the Pasadena Civic Center on April 27, 2018 in Pasadena, California. Photo courtesy B. Harlan Boll Public Relations

Emmys’ Biggest Change Since 1974
Original Airdates: Jan. 14-16, 2022
TVC 564.4: Adam Sharp, president of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (aka the Daytime Emmys), discusses the recent collaboration between the Daytime Emmy Awards and the Prime Time Emmys regarding two major changes that will go into effect in 2022, including the creation of the Children’s and Family Emmy Awards as a standalone franchise, and the realignment of the Daytime Emmys and Prime Time Emmys so that both competitions will be organized entirely by content genre. The latter announcement not only marks a major shift away from the long-established traditional method (which is based on what time of day or which day/night of the week that Emmy-nominated programs air), but is the most significant change to the Emmy Awards platform in nearly fifty years.

Adam Sharp on Betty White and John Madden
Original Airdates: Jan. 14-16, 2022
TVC 564.5: Adam Sharp, president of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (aka the Daytime Emmys), shares a few thoughts on the recent passing of Betty White and John Madden.

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