The Emmy Awards were established in 1949 by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences to honour outstanding artistic

and technical achievement in the television business. Since then, people at home have been able to watch this illustrious award presentation live.

The ceremony's first few years were restricted to people living in Los Angeles,

and only locally broadcast shows were honoured. The number of broadcast and recognised programmes increased along with the Emmys,

and today's broadcast rights are shared by network juggernauts ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX.

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS, based in New York), the Academy of Television Arts &

Sciences (ATAS, based in Los Angeles), and the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (IATAS, based in

(IATAS, based in London) are the three different organisations that oversee the Emmys.

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