Engineering Emmy Awards

Presented to an individual, company or organization for developments in engineering, science, and technology that are either so extensive an improvement on existing methods or so innovative in nature that they materially affect the production, recording, transmission or reception of television, and thereby have elevated the storytelling process.

Submit your work for consideration at the 74th Engineering Emmy Awards.


74th Engineering Emmy Awards

Will be presented in 2022. Details to be announced soon.


73rd Engineering Emmy Awards Ceremony: October 21, 2021

The Television Academy presented the Engineering Emmy Awards at the JW Marriott hotel at LA LIVE.

Photo gallery from the 73rd Engineering Emmy Awards presentation.

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Awards News: Engineering Emmy Awards Announced


Who Oversees the Engineering Emmy Awards? 

The Engineering Emmys are overseen by the Television Academy’s Engineering Emmy Awards Committee, currently co-chaired by Wendy Aylsworth, Barry Zegel, and John Leverence. Award recipients are selected by a jury of television engineers.

This jury considers all engineering developments which have proven their efficacy during the awards year and determines which, if any, merit recognition with an Engineering Emmy statuette.

Engineering Emmy Award Categories

The Philo T. Farnsworth Award

The Philo T. Farnsworth Award honors an agency, company or institution whose contributions over time have significantly impacted television technology and engineering.

The Charles F. Jenkins Lifetime Achievement Award

The Charles F. Jenkins Lifetime Achievement Award honors a living individual whose on-going contributions have significantly affected the state of television technology and engineering.

Engineering Emmys

Presented to an individual, company or organization for developments in engineering, science, and technology that are either so extensive an improvement on existing methods or so innovative in nature that they materially affect the production, recording, transmission or reception of television, and thereby have elevated the storytelling process.

updated 2.14.22

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