iEmmy calls for entries for 32nd Awards gala

MUMBAI: The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has issued a call for entries for the 32nd International Emmy Awards. The deadline for entries is 1 April 2004.

The Awards gala is slated to take place in New York City as always on the fourth Monday of November, which is 22 November 2004.

The 31st International Emmy Awards held in New York's Hilton Hotel on 24 November 2003.

The 31st International Emmy Awards were held in New York's Hilton Hotel on 24 November 2003. It was here that Indian television star Simone Singh had made an appearance as a presenter principally due to the initiative taken by's founder and CEO Anil Wanvari.

In July 2003, and The Indian Telly Awards founder Anil Wanvari had been unanimously elected by a majority vote of the Academy's Board of Directors as an Associate of the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, US for a period of two years.

At present, International Emmy Awards are given in the categories of Arts Programming; Children & Young People; Comedies, Documentary; Drama Series; News Coverage; Non-Scripted Entertainment; TV Movies/Mini-Series. These categories follow the trends of worldwide programming.

The 6th iEMMYs Festival screens all the nominated programs and invites the producers and directors to speak about their work. The festival will take place on Saturday and Sunday, 20 to 21 November in New York City.

There are three rounds of judging. The preliminary round takes place in spring; the semi-final round takes place in the summer - hosted by Board Member companies; and the finals take place in September. The nominations are announced in early October. Four nominees are selected for each category and winners are revealed at the International Emmy Awards Gala.

The International Emmy Awards competition is open to productions produced and initially broadcast outside of the US. The rules and entry forms are also available on the website at

"Each year we look forward to receiving an increased number of outstanding programs from around the world. In the past few years, we are seeing better quality, and more diverse programs than ever before. We welcome many entries and a healthy competition," says International TV Academy president Bruce Paisner in a press release.

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