Emmy Awards



And the 2014 Mid-America EMMY® NOMINEES are….CLICK HERE!

Congratulations to all of the Nominees!  EMMY® Awards
will be presented at the 28th Mid-America EMMY® Gala on Saturday, September 27th  at the  Kansas City Convention Center Grand Ballroom, hosted by Todd Newton. This event is opened to the public. Dinner and Award tickets are $125 per person and will go on sale in early August.

Along with the presentation of the awards, the Governor’s Award for Lifetime Achievement will be presented to Les Garland, and Diana Davis, Bob Clark, Ned Reynolds and Johnny Rowlands will be inducted into the prestigious Silver Circle.

Program ads are a wonderful way to recognize Honorees and Nominees. Complete details are here.



By Sections:
2014_Emmy Entry Categories

2014 Eligibility Rules

2014_Eligibility Dates

2014 Double Dipping Defined



Nominees and EMMY Statuette recipients may promote their status for one year from the date of the award. There are strict guidelines concerning what you can say, how you can say it and how the statue can be pictured.  Familiarize yourself with these EMMY® Usage regulations, please, before you promote.

EMMY® Usage Policy

Curious to see what won in past years? Visit our MID-AMERICA YOUTUBE page to see winning entries from 2012, 2011 and 2010. You’ll also find student award winning videos and Gold and Silver videos.



Meet the 2014 Mid-America EMMY® Host:

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For more than a decade Todd Newton has been a fixture on television hosting popular game shows like Whammy, The All-New Press Your Luck, The Price is Right Live, Hollywood Showdown, Instant Millionaire and his most recent hit, Family Game Night airing in primetime on The HUB Network.

Newton began his career in St. Louis with his alter-ego Rikk Idol on Top 40 radio.  He also served as entertainment report at KPLR-TV Channel 11.  He is also an accomplished writer.

“I never miss an opportunity to come home,” says Newton.  “I honestly believe that the Midwest offers some of the finest television produced anywhere.  As a St. Louis native, I could not be more proud to host the EMMY Awards this year”.