The International Emmy Awards honors television films and programs produced outside the US and is presented by the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. This awards program aims to promote culture and understanding and expose the American public to the television programs created and produced in various parts of the world. The need for these awards became apparent when the three largest television networks professed disinterest in showing foreign-produced programs. Because of this, the co-founder of the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Ralph Baruch, decided that having an Emmy award for such shows would foster interest. The first award ceremony was held in the Plaza Hotel, New York City, in 1973, with more than 200 guests in attendance. PLEASE NOTE: Treat all televised and venue-specific events (sporting, concerts, trade shows, etc.) as estimated. Several factors can cause an event to move dates at the last minute, including weather, strikes, natural disasters, political upheaval, conflicting programming, pandemics, and current events. Because of this, always verify the event with the promotor before committing resources. LEEP often estimates dates based on the previous year's schedules, as the final dates are unknown until a few months, weeks, or days before the event. If the date is known to be estimated, you will see an (est) following the date in the title.
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