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Emmy MagazineEmmy Magazine

Emmy Magazine

Issue #11 2019

Special for the Emmy Awards! Watch the exclusive Back Stage Live show on your iPad free! Sponsored by Audi. Emmy covers not only television’s stars, but also the achievements of artists, crafts experts and businesspeople who work behind the camera. It also explores the future of television, reporting on the latest tools and technological advances.

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English
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Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
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11 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

1 min.
emmy magazine us

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Juan Morales EDITOR: Gail Polevoi MANAGING EDITOR: Maura Weber ASSOCIATE EDITOR: Sarah Hirsch CREATIVE DIRECTION & DESIGN: Bleiweiss Design PHOTO DIRECTION: Rose Cefalu HEAD OF ADVERTISING & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT: Rose Einstein einstein@televisionacademy.com FOUNDING PUBLISHER: Hank Rieger EDITORIAL ADVISER: Russ Patrick TELEVISION ACADEMY PRESIDENT AND COO: Maury McIntyre CFO AND EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT, BUSINESS OPERATIONS: Heather Cochran SENIOR VICE-PRESIDENT, AWARDS: John Leverence SENIOR VICE-PRESIDENT, MEDIA & BRAND MANAGEMENT: Susan Spencer VICE-PRESIDENT, AWARDS: Julie Shore VICE-PRESIDENT, EVENT PRODUCTION: Barb Held VICE-PRESIDENT, MARKETING: Laurel Whitcomb EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, TELEVISION ACADEMY FOUNDATION: Jodi Delaney PUBLIC RELATIONS REPRESENTATION: breakwhitelight LEGAL COUNSEL: Alan J. Epstein, Esq., and George E. Constantine, Esq., Venable LLP DIGITAL DIGITAL CONTENT PRODUCER: Melissa Byers SENIOR VIDEO PRODUCER: Angel Thompson SENIOR WEB DEVELOPER: Erwin Yuson LEADERSHIP CHAIRMAN: Frank Scherma VICE-CHAIR: Steve Venezia, CAS SECOND VICE-CHAIR: Tim Gibbons SECRETARY: Sharon Lieblein, CSA TREASURER: Allison Binder VICE-CHAIR, LOS ANGELES AREA: Mitch Waldow…

2 min.
welcome

I am amazed at how quickly my first year as chairman has sped by. I found the year challenging, invigorating and incredibly thought-provoking. With seemingly limitless breadth and variety in genre, budget, length, platform, demographics and more, our medium is big indeed — and it keeps getting bigger. We at the Academy will continue to try to stay ahead of the curve as we navigate what we all call television. As you have surely heard, two new streaming services have just launched — Apple TV+, which we discussed in the previous issue of emmy, and Disney+, which you can read about in this issue, starting on page fifty-six. Expected in the months ahead are HBO Max, Peacock and Quibi, with others likely to follow. And, of course, the broadcast networks, basic and…

2 min.
bio pick her compass points to costume

Rose Williams keeps getting cast in period pieces. She sported tiaras for The CW’s historical series Reign. She corseted up for the Netflix costume extravaganza Medici. Now she’s donning an array of English bonnets for the PBS drama Sanditon, which is based on an unfinished novel by Jane Austen. “It brings me so much joy to meld the worlds and find characters through the costumes,” says Williams, who began her career in the BBC’s wardrobe department, sewing and organizing actors’ garments alongside her costumer mother. Watching the performers transform into characters, she got the acting itch. “I have to do this,” she recalls thinking. Six short years later, she’s playing the central figure in Sanditon, which premieres in January. As Charlotte Heywood, a spirited, independent gal from the English countryside, she pays a…

2 min.
isn’t that special

The average comedy fan might not know the name Brian Volk-Weiss. But everyone who works in comedy does. A Queens, New York, native, he moved to Los Angeles in the late 1990s to get into entertainment. Soon he was managing comedians, and by 2003 Volk-Weiss was producing television and film projects, which led to comedy specials. In 2008 he started the firm that became Comedy Dynamics. The Burbank-based comedy production and distribution company has since grown into a powerhouse, amassing a huge catalog of stand-up specials from the likes of Bob Saget, D. L. Hughley and Sam Kinison, as well as newer talents such as Tiffany Haddish, Aziz Ansari and Chelsea Peretti. The company has also produced a slew of television shows, including Kevin Hart’s Guide to Black History for Netflix, The…

2 min.
call of the canyon

Several prominent music documentaries have focused their lenses on Laurel Canyon, that tree-lined Los Angeles enclave where legends like The Byrds, The Mamas and the Papas, Joni Mitchell and Crosby, Stills & Nash lived in the 1960s and ‘70s, inspiring one another while writing and performing some of their most enduring compositions. In just the past year came Echo in the Canyon, a narrowly focused birth-of-a-sound chronicle, as well as biodocs on Linda Ronstadt and David Crosby, who both extol the mid-city hippie idyll. But early 2020 will bring — in a two-hour, two-night event on EPIX — director Alison Ellwood’s Laurel Canyon, whose defining feature is its sheer scope. To tell the story of how some of the most globally influential music was made there between 1965 and 1975, Ellwood…

2 min.
horse power

Some 30 million Americans ride horses, but the audience for Ride TV — with its rodeos, races, vintage cowboy fare and modern equestrian lifestyle programming — extends well beyond that universe. “We’re available in about 45 million homes,” says Craig Morris, president and cofounder of the Texas-based network, which launched in 30,000 homes in 2014, then went national via DISH a year later. Its viewers, of course, include horse owners, riders and cutting-horse champions, like Morris himself. But it also seeks to entertain and educate casual horse lovers. “There’s an inherent love and respect for the animal that transcends generations,” Morris says. “It transcends culture and geography. If you think about it, every great nation of the world was built off the back of a horse.” Outside the U.S., the network is available in…