11 Aug 2015




The Annual Television Academy Foundation  Emmy® Auction is now open for bidding.   This year some of the items you can bid on include:

  • Two Floor Seat tickets to the 67th Emmy® Awards and Governors Ball
  • Viking River Cruises 2016 Vacation for Two Rhine or Danube
  • The Emmy® Celebrity Golf Classic Experience
  • The Young and Restless Set Visit Hosted by Kate Linder
  • Two Tickets to 2015 67th Emmy® Awards Red Carpet FRONT Row seats
  • Two Tickets to 2015 67th Emmy® Awards Red Carpet FRONT Row seats
  • Two Tickets to 2015 67th Emmy® Awards Red Carpet FRONT Row seats
  • $3500 Value Neiman Marcus Beverly Hills Basket + Two Devon Leigh Bangles
  • One night stay at the Four Seasons Los Angeles + Mastros & Sugarfina Gift Certificate s + Pendant
  • One Night Stay at the Montage Beverly Hills + 6- Min Spa + IDG Restaurant Gift Certificate
  • One Night Stay at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel + Bloomingdale’s Galm Get Together + More
  • Four VIP to Taping of Conan
  • 2 VIP Tickets Late Night with Seth Meyers Plus Signed Memorabilia – LOA
  • 2 Tickets Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen + Girlfriends Guide to Divorce Poster
  • Mad Men Signed Pilot Script + Mounted Poster + Limited Edition Press Kit – LOA
  • Two Tickets tot he Rose Parade Area 1 + Parking Pass + 2 VIP Passes for LACMA
  • Four VIP tickets to the taping of The Talk Plus Signed Memorabilia – LOA
  • Four VIP Tickets to the Late, Late Show with James Corden
  • Four VIP Tickets to the Late, Late Show with James Corden
  • Two VIP Tickets to Real Time with Bill Maher + Access to Artist Entry & Green Room
  • And so much more!

The proceeds for the auction go toward the various Foundation programs.  Bidding ends on August 13!  Get your bid in now!


Television Academy Foundation Programs

College Television AwardsThe College Television Awards is a national competition recognizing excellence in college student storytelling.
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Internship ProgramThe summer Internship Program provides over 40 industry-wide internships to college students nationwide.
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Mister Rogers Memorial ScholarshipThe Mister Rogers Memorial Scholarship Program awards four $10,000 scholarships to graduate students.
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Faculty SeminarThe Faculty Seminar offers college professors opportunities to see how television entertainment works behind the scenes.
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Archive of American TelevisionThe Archive of American Television produces interviews with the legends of television, preserving the rich history of the medium.
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Visiting ProfessionalsThe Visiting Professionals program is designed to furnish colleges and universities with television professionals for lectures, workshops, and seminars.
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About the Television Academy Foundation

The Television Academy Foundation shapes the art of creating television by engaging and educating the next generation of television professionals. Established in 1959 as the charitable arm of the Television Academy, the Foundation has nurtured thousands of burgeoning talents, providing essential resources that help them discover their voices, refine their skills and forge rewarding careers in every sector of the television industry. Foundation alumni include prominent writers, producers, documentarians, creative executives, network presidents and more.

The Foundation prepares budding leaders and storytellers through our preeminent programs:

  • Our Internship Program annually provides nearly 50 students from across the nation with hands-on work experience, mentorships, and opportunities for accelerated career development in more than 30 categories.
  • Our Visiting Professionals Program connects universities with industry leaders willing to share their expertise with students through lectures, workshops, and panel discussions.
  • Our Faculty Seminar reaches into classrooms nationwide through 20 professors annually selected for immersion into week-long entertainment industry seminars.
  • Our College Television Awards recognize and reward excellence in student-produced television across the nation, awarding over 65 trophies in 13 categories annually.
  • The Archive of American Television preserves the history of television and provides an invaluable research platform to students, professionals, teachers, and the public at large.

The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We rely on support from philanthropists and sponsors who share the understanding that investing in today’s educators and students pays dividends in tomorrow’s more enlightened and innovative industry leaders. We invite you to consider the possibilities when you partner with us to help shape the future of television

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