2017 Chapter Rules & FAQ

BEST ADVICE:

Please read the categories carefully and consider content first, when choosing an entry point in our 2017 Call for Entries. It also is important to fully read the NATAS Rules & Standard Clauses & FAQs before beginning the entry process. Good luck!

During the busy entry period, we will answer emails as quickly as we can. We appreciate your patience!  For real-time updates and tips, check out our Facebook group page.

EMMYExpress will open again Wednesday, June 14, 2017 to Modify Submitted Entries.  No New Entries may be submitted.

You may MODIFY Entries until June 30, 2017.

ALL Entries MUST be Paid by June 30, 2017. 

 

ELIGIBILITY PERIOD:
June 1, 2016 – May 31, 2017

DEADLINE FOR CALL FOR ENTRIES:
June 12 – 9PM

DEADLINE FOR VIDEO UPLOAD:
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HOW CAN I ADD MY NAME OR OTHER ENTRANTS TO AN ENTRY ALREADY SUBMITTED?

Names may be added to the entry form up to July 31, 2017, subject to appropriate entry fees and late penalties. Only the individuals listed on the entry form are eligible to become nominees and receive statuettes or plaques.

Please find the submitter of the entry, ask them to forward you the EMMY® Express email receipt. At the bottom of the entry is a link to modify the entry.

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LATE ENTRY FEES AFTER JUNE 30, 2017

ADDITIONAL NAMES: Additional names may be added to an entry until July 31, 2017 for an additional charge of $50.00 per name.

NATAS Member: $120 + $50 = $170

Non-Member: $250 + $50 = $300

Station Awards: $350 + $50 = $400

Additional names may be added to an entry AFTER July 31, 2016 and will be charged the Non-Member fee with the above late fee.

NO NAMES MAY BE ADDED AFTER NOMINATIONS ARE ANNOUNCED. 

NO NAMES MAY BE ADDED AFTER THE LONE STAR EMMY AWARDS SHOW.

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LATE ENTRY FEES – JUNE 30 – JULY 31, 2017


LATE ENTRY FEES: Unpaid entry fees after June 30 – July 31, 2017 will incur a late fee of $50 per entrant.

NATAS Member: $120 + $50 = $145

Non-Member: $250 + $50 = $300

Station Awards: $350 + $50 = $400

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ENTRY FEES AFTER JULY 31, 2017


LATE ENTRY FEES (AFTER JULY 31, 2017): Unpaid Entrant fees after July 31, 2017 will be charged the Non-Member fee with the above late fee.

UNPAID Entrants: $300

Station Awards: $400

*Use Contact Us to make payment after June 30, 2017 payment deadline.

UNPAID ENTRY FEES: All Unpaid Entrant Fees will be removed from entry.

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Below are the answers to many Frequently Asked Questions:

NEW-SMWhat is NEW in 2017

Categories

This year the Call for Entries has been re-organized and new categories have been added. Some categories were merged and a few categories were removed. All the News Categories have been lined up together and Programming Categories have been put in their own section. It should be easier to review the categories and choose an entry point. The Achievements are as follows:

  • Special Achievement
  • News Programming
  • News Gathering
  • News Specialty
  • Sports (News or Non-News)
  • Programming (Non-News)
  • Crafts

New Call for Entries Categories:

Special Achievement – Journalistic Enterprise
This category allows for multiple entrants; for excellence in the continuing endeavor of high journalistic enterprise, which may include investigative pieces, breaking news, features, profiles, interviews, documentaries, etc.

News Programming – Newscasts – Weekends
For excellence in a regularly scheduled weekend newscast.

News Gathering – Continuing Coverage

A. Within 24 Hours –All reports included are from one news story and all aired within a 24-hour period.
B. No Time Limit – At least three segments should be entered to show the overall coverage of one news story over a longer period of time.

Sports (News or Non-News) – Documentary
For excellence in a creative, in-depth treatment of a sports topic presented in a factual and informative manner.

Programming – Non-News

  • Health / Science
  • Historical / Cultural
  • Military
  • Politics / Government
  • Religion

Spot Announcements

  • Promotion – Sports
  • Commercial – Single Spot

Crafts – Technical Achievement
For excellence in technical engineering which might include: oversight in the coverage of a special event, specific technical innovation that enhances viewer experience or a technical success story that is as unique and noteworthy as to warrant special honor and recognition.

Combined Categories:

  • Magazine Program – Program / Special / Series
  • Director
  • Talent – Commentator / Editorialist/ Performer / Narrator / Program Host

Removed Categories (Categories with less than 3 entries for several years)

  • Team Coverage
  • Audio
  • Photographer – Sports (Single Camera only)
  • Writer – Commentary / Editorial (Script Preferred)

New COST RATES have been created to help alleviate costs on certain categories, see below.  Please review carefully, if you have any questions use CONTACT US.

NATAS Rules & Clauses

This year, NATAS broaden the Eligibility Rule to allow Digital Delivery Medium media to enter the Call for Entries.

NATAS Rules and Standard Clauses

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WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO ENTER:

  • Any person who is directly responsible for the production of the entry or for the individual craft achievement. Executive producers will only be eligible for an award if directly involved in the execution of the product. No student entries are eligible for an Emmy® award.
  • Submission of an entry constitutes an agreement that any promotion or advertising incorporating any award that may be received shall be subject to the Rules and Regulations of The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences subject to the approval of the Board of Governors of the Lone Star Chapter prior to such use. The word “BEST” may not be used in the promotion of an Emmy® Award.
  • Submission of the entry form constitutes permission for the Lone Star Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences to telecast or screen the entry, or portions of the entry, as part of the Emmy® Awards program and to webcast the entry, or portions of the entry, on the Chapter website www.lonestaremmy.org or the Chapter’s Facebook page.
  • The Lone Star Chapter is not responsible for non-playing entries.
  • All entries become property of the Lone Star Chapter.
  • LATE ENTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

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COST OF ENTRIES:

SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT (categories 1, 2, 3)
Overall Excellence, News Excellence, and Community Service

Entry Fee:  $350

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Journalistic Enterprise

EMMY® Member:  $150 per name up to a total of twelve (12) entrants
Non-Member:  $250 per name up to a total of twelve (12) entrants

NEW-SMNEWS (categories 5-7, 9)
Newscasts, Breaking News

EMMY® Member:  $120 per name up to a total of eight (8) entrants*
Non-Member:  $250 per name up to a total of 
twelve (12) entrants

NEW-SMNEWS GATHERING (category 11, 14)
Continuing Coverage, News Special

EMMY® Member:  $120 per name up to a total of twelve (12) entrants
Non-Member:  $250 per name up to a total of 
twelve (12) entrants

NEW-SMSPORTS (category 30)
Sports Event / Game – Live / Unedited

EMMY® Member:  $120 per name up to a total of twelve (12) entrants
Non-Member:  $250 per name up to a total of 
twelve (12) entrants

NEWS, PROGRAM, SPOT & COMMERCIALS (categories 8 – 49)

EMMY® Member:  $120 per name up to a total of six (6) entrants*
Non-Member:  $250 per name up to a total of 
twelve (12) entrants

*An additional names may be added for a charge of $250 per extra entrant.

CRAFT (categories 50-57)

EMMY® member:  $120 per name up to a total of two (2) entrants*
Non-member:  $250 per name up to a total of two (2) entrants

NEW-SMCRAFT (category 53)
Graphic Arts

EMMY® Member:  $120 per name up to a total of eight (8) entrants*
Non-Member:  $250 per name up to a total of 
eight (8) entrants

*An additional may be added for a charge of $250 per extra entrant.

An entry fee must be paid for each person listed on an entry form

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You will receive an email confirmation of your entry/entries. There are links to MODIFY or MAKE PAYMENT for your entry. The email will also have your entry info as well as your invoice number.

The email from EMMY Express will include the following links:

*Link to upload your video file

*Link to modify your entry until June 12, 2017.

*Link to go to the payment process

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2017 MANDATED JUDGING REQUIREMENTS:


By entering, you agree to serve as a judge when asked and that judging must occur during the eligibility date of entries – November 1, 2016 to October 31, 2017.

  • If you enter once, you’ll need to judge once
  • If you enter twice, you’ll need to judge twice
  • If you enter three or more times, you’ll need to judge at least 3 times

We will be closely monitoring who enters but does not judge. This continued pattern of entering but not serving as a judge will result in a $25 penalty fee per entrant name. The rules are as follows:

  • If you enter the EMMY Awards you are required to judge every 12 months; November 1, 2016 to October 31, 2017.
  • If entrant does not judge within the 12 months, the penalty fee is $35 per entrant name and loss of complimentary nominee ticket.

For first time entrants the Mandatory Judging does not apply.  This rule is for previous entrants that entered the 2016 Lone Star EMMY Call for Entries.


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DO I HAVE TO BE A MEMBER TO ENTER?

NO, but if you want to join or need to renew your membership, your membership must be paid through April 30, 2018 prior to completing the entry form to receive the member entry rate.

Entries are not automatically updated to the membership price. You MUST Modify the entry to update the entrants membership fee.

The emailed copy of the entry will contain a link allowing the entry to be updated with the verified membership status so the entry price can be updated before payment. Please confirm your membership before submitting a new application.

Membership in The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is not required to enter the Emmy® Awards. By joining the National Academy you save $55 on your first entry and up to $130 on additional entries.

Membership Record Look Up Form

All Entrants Must Be Members or Registered Users to submit an entry. Please have your entrants register or join before you start the entry process or you will have to stop and register the entrant.

Become A Registered User

WHO IS THE SUBMITTER CONTACT ON THE ENTRY?

This is the person who is submitting entries (i.e. completing the online entry forms) on behalf of their station or production company. This is the first person we will contact if we have any questions or require additional information regarding the entry. This person may or may not be listed as an “entrant” as well.

WHAT FORMS OF PAYMENT ARE ACCEPTED?

Credit Cards are accepted, we no longer accept checks unless special arrangements have been made with the Chapter. Use CONTACT US to set up special arrangements.

To avoid Late Fees, all entry fees must be paid in full by June 30, 2017. After June 30, 2017, late fees will be charged, see above for late fees. Unpaid entries will be disqualified from the judging process.

Email Entry Form Confirmation:

You will receive an email confirmation of your entry/entries. There are links to MODIFY or Pay for your entry. The email will also have your entry info as well as your invoice #.

The email will include the following links:

*Link to upload your video file

*Link to modify your entry until June 6, 2017.

*Link to go to the payment process

:30 CLIP FOR EMMY® SHOW

A field labeled TIME CODE is included on the entry form. Please specify a starting time code for a :30 second excerpt of your entry to be played at the Emmy® Gala if your entry is nominated.

JUDGING PROCEDURE

  1. All entries in a particular category will be judged by the same panel of peer judges.
  2. In each category, unless otherwise specified, there may be one award, more than one award, or no award. Entries will be judged on their own merit and not in competition with other entries.
  3. All entries will be judged by one or more of the Regional Emmy Chapters of The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
  4. Programming entries will be judged for Content, Creativity, and Execution. Crafts Achievement entries will be judged for Creativity and Execution. All entries will be judged against a standard of excellence and will not compete with each other.
  5. LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH:  Spanish-language entries may be entered and will be judged by a panel of Spanish-speaking, peer judges in a separate contest from English language. The scores produced by these two panels are not combined; instead the scores are interpreted separately for final “cut-off” evaluation. English and Spanish Nominees are awarded on the same evening.
  6. NON-COMPETITIVE JUDGING: Entries are judged against a standard of excellence and do not compete against each other. There may be one award, more than one award or no award given in each category.  Any exceptions will be noted in the category description.


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HOW DO I CHANGE THE CATEGORY NAME OF AN ENTRY ALREADY SUBMITTED?

WE must change the category for you. Please send the entry’s EMMY® Express email receipt to CONTACT US, requesting the entry category to be changed to the new category. Please advise if the video has been uploaded.

HOW DO I DELETE AN ENTRY ALREADY SUBMITTED?

Find the Entry Email Receipt, reply and ask to have this entry deleted.  Please advise if you have an uploaded video.

MUST I USE THE TITLE “PRODUCER” ON MY ENTRY?

No. You need not use the actual title “Producer” unless it applies. Please use your appropriate credit as related to the entry.

HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN BE LISTED ON THE ENTRY?

In order to maintain a high level of award excellence, Chapters must continue to self-regulate their entries, making sure only the appropriate individuals are recognized. To maintain this consistency, there is a maximum quota of 12 eligible names allowed on each entry.

Any name(s) added beyond this number will require written authorization from the primary responsible entrant detailing the additional job title and responsibility. Chapters would then have the option of accepting these additional entrants or not.

CAN WE JUST LIST AN ENTRANT AS “STAFF”, “NEW TEAM” OR “COMPANY X”?

You may NOT list any entrant name as “Staff,” “News Team”, “Company X”, etc. EMMY® statuette are awarded to individuals, not to their employers, stations or companies. All entries must include the name and production credit for each individual.


GrayRULEHOW CAN I ADD MY NAME OR OTHER ENTRANTS TO AN ENTRY ALREADY SUBMITTED?

Names may be added to the entry form up to July 31, 2017, subject to appropriate entry fees and late penalties. Only the individuals listed on the entry form are eligible to become nominees and receive statuettes or plaques.

Please find the submitter of the entry, ask them to forward you the EMMY® Express email receipt. At the bottom of the entry is a link to modify the entry.

GrayRULEWHAT DOES “DOUBLE DIPPING” MEAN?:

DOUBLE-DIPPING:  No single entry may be submitted in its entirety in more than one programming category.  Exceptions are given for content that was part of a full newscast, or included as an excerpt in the “Overall Excellence,” “News Excellence,” “Community Service,” and “Journalistic Enterprise” categories. To be eligible for this exception in the newscast categories, the same entrant cannot be listed on the newscast entry and then use the same material and enter in another programming category.

If you enter a full program or episode from a series in a programming category, you cannot also enter a segment from the same show in another program category.

Content produced as both a multi-part series and a full-length program may be entered only once, regardless of the amount of new material added.

A single or multi episode full-length program, or a multi-part news series, all on the same subject, may only be entered in only one programming category. If the subject matter varies, different episodes from the same overall program series can be entered in other program categories as appropriate based on content.  This exception rule does not apply to individual stories from news series.

An individual can only be recognized once for the same job function, utilizing the same program content.

Craft persons, like writers, photographers, editors, etc., are allowed to enter in programming categories if they directly contributed to the content of the program or segment, and have the permission of the primary producer.  If a craft person does enter as a producer in a program category, they may enter the same content again in their respective craft category.

TO AVOID ANY CONFUSION,

The basic formula for “double-dipping” is the following:

NO SINGLE ENTRY MAY BE SUBMITTED IN ITS ENTIRETY IN MORE THAN ONE PROGRAMMING CATEGORY.

AN INDIVIDUAL ENTRANT CAN ONLY BE RECOGNIZED ONCE FOR THE SAME JOB FUNCTION, UTILIZING THE SAME PROGRAM CONTENT.

Craft persons, like writers, photographers, editors, etc., are allowed to enter in programming categories if they directly contributed to the content of the program or segment, and have the permission of the primary producer. If a craft person does enter as a producer in a program category, they may enter the same content again in their respective craft category.

Examples:

  • If a craft person is a writer/photographer, they could enter the program category as only the writer and then the photographer craft category.
  • If they are not an entrant on the program entry, they could enter either the writer or photographer category, using the same material since they performed different job functions.
  • If they list themselves as both writer and photographer on the program entry, they are ineligible to enter either the writer or photographer craft categories.
  • They cannot enter either craft category using the dual job title since one category is only for writer and the other only for photographer.

Example:

  • An investigative reporter is listed on a newscast entry. Under this “double-dipping” rule, a portion of the newscast content could be entered in “Investigative Report,” but the same reporter cannot be listed since their name already appeared on the newscast entry.

You cannot enter the same material in both news and program categories.

A single or multi episode full-length program or a multi-part news series, all on the same subject, may only be entered in only one programming category. If the subject matter varies, different episodes from the same overall program series can be entered in other program categories as appropriate based on its content. This exception rule does not apply to individual stories from news series (see below).

Examples:

  • Your entry is a four-part series, Saving the Bay. Part one of the series is entered in the “Informational/Instructional” category. Part three cannot be entered in the “Environment” category.
  • Your program is called Community Weekly, an on-going weekly series. Though it is basically a “Public Affairs” series, episode 204 may be about music, episode 216 about sports, while other episodes are more generic. Under our rules, episode 204 could be entered in an “Entertainment” category, while episode 216 could be in “Sports.” Episode 222 could stay in “Public Affairs.”

Content produced as both a multi-part news series and a full-length program may be entered only once, regardless of the amount of new material added. Example:

  • An investigative team does a three-part series within a newscast on gun control. Once the three parts have aired, and the same material re-purposed as a news or program special, the team would need to decide if they should enter the original series or the special, not both.

If you enter a full program or episode from a series in a programming category, you cannot also enter a segment from the same show in another program category.

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COMPOSITE: A composite is defined as a sampling of two or more representative segments or elements that convey to a judging panel the scope, breadth or range of an individual’s talents or of coverage of a special event. The elements within a composite, unless otherwise noted, are to be “as aired” with no internal edits or post production work, such as music or special effects. Demo reels or montages are not allowed. One to two seconds of black between cuts, with no audio or slates must be added to separate segments within the composite. Unless otherwise noted, a straight lift from a long work may be included as an element of a composite, but there must be no editing of the lift. For program entries, composites may only contain content from one episode of the series, not multiple installments.

PROGRAM/SEGMENT: Categories with a Program/Segment designation allow for entry of a full-length program or a complete segment from a full-length program. Time limits are noted in the category description. To bring longer formatted programs into time compliance, the entrant may take three complete lifts from the original program.

SHORT FORM: Think “spot length” – or generally 1:00 minute or less. Examples would be PSA’s, commercials, news promotions, pre-produced cold opens, teases, etc.

“24 HOURS” AND “NO TIME LIMIT:” WHEREVER these terms appear, “24 hours” refers to a final product assigned, shot, edited and aired within a 24-hour period. Anything that takes longer must be entered in “No Time Limit”

BREAKING NEWS: This is the “I am here at the bank robbery and the bullets are flying over my head” story. Preparation limit is unnecessary since it must be simultaneous. May include taped elements.

SPOT NEWS: This is the “I am here at the bank where this morning the bullets were flying over my head and in the 2 hours following, the police chased the robber to the state line.” The goal is to extend what was done in the simultaneous report to allow the entry of the longer form report.

GENERAL ASSIGNMENT: This is the basic news reporting done day-in day-out by a News Department. This is for the coverage of planned events and of planned assignments. “No Time Limit” entries should be carefully reviewed to insure that these were assigned reports and not pitched or created reports that would fall under Feature or Special Reports.

SERIES (News): Two or more reports covering the same story. A composite of unrelated stories is not a series. Series entries must include a minimum of 2 reports.

SERIES (Program): A program that appears in essentially the same format two or more times a year.

NEWS SINGLE STORY vs. NEWS FEATURE:  A News Single Story is one of news related information that happened recently. Example…“Dog attacked at local dog park.”  FEATURE is something planned….Example…“New dog park coming to town, see all the amenities for dogs and their owners.”

SPECIAL: A one-time-only program or a program from a series that appears in a substantially different format and may or may not be broadcast or cablecast in a period other than its regular time.

PRODUCER: The person(s) most be directly responsible for the majority of the content and production elements of the entry. Anchors, hosts, reporters, writers, photographers, editors, assignment editors, producers, directors and qualified others may qualify as a “Producer” if their contributions are significant to the entry’s award-worthiness. Executive Producers are not eligible for EMMY® statuettes unless directly involved in the hands-on production of the work submitted.

NEWSCAST – MORNING / DAYTIME: For excellence in a regularly scheduled morning or daytime newscast. 4:00 PM Newscasts are included in this category.

NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated in the category description, program entries (categories 5-50) may be entered in only one programming category. In programming categories, an entry is defined as a single program or segment, or in the case of news, one story or a series of stories directly related to each other.

GrayRULEWHAT SHOULD I INCLUDE IN MY VIDEO FOR THE SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT CATEGORIES (Categories 1-4)

For these entries, the written synopsis you provide is just as important as what goes on the video. Clearly define your station or news department’s mission and outreach so that the judges understand what you do, with what you have. The video should compliment the synopsis. Time codes are extremely helpful as judges are only required to view 25% of the submitted material. These categories are not about creating a sleekly produced “marketing” video. Post-production editing is not allowed.

MY STATION HAS SEVERAL HOURS OF NEWS IN A ROW. CAN WE SUBMIT ALL OF THEM IN A SINGLE NEWSCAST?

No, unless the same show producer is responsible for the complete program and it’s considered a single newscast for rating purposes. Remember, no entry may be longer than 60 minutes.

HOW CAN WE RECOGNIZE OTHERS WHO CONTRIBUTED TO A SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT CATEGORY?

Only one Emmy statuette is awarded to a single recipient in each of the Special Achievement Award categories (Overall Excellence, News Excellence, & Community Service). The names of an additional 11 people who contributed to an Emmy® awarded entry, but who are not statue-eligible, may be included on a Emmy® Regional Plaque.

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ENTRY PREPARATION:

The Lone Star Chapter requires all entrants to use the Emmy® Express Online system for entry submissions. The online process will walk you through filling out entry forms, paying for your entries, and uploading your video for online judging. After submitting your entry information, a confirmation e-mail will be sent to you with links so you can return to the site as often as you like to make changes and verify data up until the entry deadline. You’ll also be provided with a link to upload your video if you did not do so immediately after filling out the online forms and a payment link if you chose to “Pay Later” during the submission process.

ENTER the 2017 Lone Star EMMY® Awards: Submit your entry here; if you’re entering and paying on your own. This is for all the rest of us, no matter how many entries you’re submitting.

HOW TO SUBMIT AN ENTRY:

  • Log In to EMMY® EXPRESS (see how to locate your member number or become a registered user below.)
  • Fill out the online entry forms
  • Upload and approve your video

Email Entry Form Confirmation:

You will receive an email confirmation of your entry/entries. There are links to MODIFY or Pay for your entry.

The email will include the following links:

*Link to upload your video file

*Link to modify your entry until June 12, 2017.

*If you still need to pay, use this link to go to the payment process

The email will also have your entry info as well as your invoice number.


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HOW TO PREPARE MY VIDEO FOR UPLOAD:

Entrants are responsible for the technical quality of their videos. Be sure to watch each video in it’s entirety to make sure it plays, BEFORE you approve it. We are not responsible for videos that do not play.

“How Do I Upload My Video” Full Instructions

Video File Upload Recommendations:

  • The video file size should not be larger than 2 GB for ease of uploading.
  • The video width should be 768 or larger for better viewing experience for the judge.

What format do I use to upload my entry?

For best quality, encode your video at its original size.

  • 1920×1080 or 1280x720p is recommended
  • Your video should be at least 768 or larger

Do NOT letterbox your video

For more information to prepare your video, How to Submit an EMMY Entry

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HOW DO I SHORTEN A FULL-LENGTH PROGRAM TO COMPLY WITH ENTRY TIME LIMITS?

Full-length programs may be shortened by taking up to three (3) complete lifts from the program. In other words, a maximum of three edits is permitted to bring longer programs to the time limit. We encourage the use of the synopsis to help judges navigate the entry.

For more information to prepare your video, read more!

IMPORTANT NOTE:

USING THE SCROLL DOWN MENU FOR SUBMITTING ORGANIZATION:

For best results, we recommend that you enter the Organization Name manually. This will ensure that all your entries show up under YOUR Dashboard, when it’s time to review and pay.

WHAT IS THE EMMY EXPRESS DASHBOARD AND SHOULD I USE IT?

If you enter more than three entries and want to pay only one invoice, an easy solution is to use the EMMY® EXPRESS Dashboard for your Organization.

EMMY® EXPRESS Organization Dashboard:  This dashboard is a feature that allows a designated ‘administrator’ to review, change, approve and pay for their company’s entries. The dashboard is an option for companies/groups with a large number of entries. If you would like to utilize this feature, please use CONTACT US.

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WHO GETS TO KEEP THE EMMY® STATUETTE?

EMMY® statuettes will only be given to individual recipient(s) who were properly listed on the entry forms and for whom entry fees were properly paid. Each recipient will receive a separate statuette. EMMY® Awards are presented to individuals, not to their employers. Ownership of the EMMY® statuette is retained by the individuals and The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, even if an employer pays entry fees.

CAN I PURCHASE DUPLICATE STATUETTES, CERTIFICATES AND PLAQUES?

Stations, studios and production companies may order a Commemorative statuette for public display at their place of business (up to a maximum of three per awarded entry). The statuette is engraved the same as the actual EMMY® Award, with the word “Commemorative” added on the rear of the statuette. More information can be found HERE

Nomination Certificates are issued by REQUEST ONLY to nominees, following verification of nomination. Please contact the Lone Star EMMY® office to request a certificate.

DON’T LEAVE A MESS IN EMMY®  EXPRESS!

If you change your mind after filling out the entry form in Emmy® Express or if you make a mistake that you can’t correct in Emmy® Express, please use CONTACT US to fix it. Failure to delete an entry will cause bogus entries to stay in the system.

QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions about the Emmy® Awards or the process, please use CONTACT US.