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Advanced Media Committee FAQs

What is Advanced Media?

The television business is changing daily. Emerging technology and extraordinary use of ordinary technologies are announced everyday. There are more ways then ever before to get connected: HDTV, digital television (SD), cell phones (3G), PDA’s, personal computers, TiVo, PVR’s, Broadband, Cable, Addressable Advertising, Time-shifted TV and much, much more. If it shows images and plays sound and it’s new, it’s Advanced Media!

What is the Advanced Media Committee?

The Advanced Media Committee of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences studies the commercial and technological potential of dvanced media and emerging technology --make recommendations to the Board of Trustees for strategy and steering, and to create events which encourage and facilitate dialogue between industry professionals.

Who should join the Advanced Media Committee?

Television professionals, Internet professionals, videographers, producers, writers, graphic artists, interactive media producers, engineers, equipment manufacturers, media professionals ... people who are interested in the most current tools, techniques and trends in the business of modern communication.

How do I join?

To learn about eligibility requirements and to find the closest chapter, please contact the membership director at the New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 212-459-3630.

How do I get on the executive committee?

Membership on the executive committee is by invitation only.

What are the Advanced Media Technology Emmy Awards?

The Advanced Media Technology Emmy Awards honor excellence in content, creativity and execution of deployed advanced media technologies.

What are the Awards categories and how do I enter?

You can find the complete call for entries and rulebook at

What does the Advanced Media Committee do?

  • We host monthly seminars, focusing on important industry topics, featuring some of the industries top executives, creatives, producers and engineers. 

  • We host events and floor tours at prominent industry trade shows like: CES, NAB, CTAM, NCTA, NATPE, PROMAX, OMMA, Digital Hollywood, Streaming Media and others.

  • We offer access to a blog and weekly email newsletter (click here to subscribe) from Media 3.0 with Shelly Palmer to keep our members abreast of emerging Advanced Media news and information.

  • Our members comprise the core group of working professionals in Advanced Media and traditional television providing an extraordinary networking environment.

What is the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Academy?

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, whose total dedication is excellence, is a professional service organization for all aspects of the Television, Cable and Satellite industries. Its symbol of excellence, the Emmy, is awarded in six major national categories including Sports, News/Documentary, Daytime, Technology, Public/Community Service and International (through its International Academy). Local Emmys are given in nineteen regions across the United States. Beyond awards, the Academy has extensive educational projects, scholarships, publications, and major activities of impact to both industry professionals and the viewing public itself. For more information, please visit the website at