ATAS Foundation Launches Virtual Academy

May 18, 2009  •  Post A Comment

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation has launched Virtual Academy, a Web site that gives users a look at the business of television.
The Web site, found at www.virtualtvacademy.org, features free video of taped discussions with industry professionals. Three 5- to 10-minute sessions, “Directing for TV,” “Writing for Television” and “Nonfiction & Reality Programming,” are accessible to all site visitors, with more to come.
“The foundation’s aim is to enlarge the community that can benefit and regularly use the social networking and information resources of the Virtual Academy,” Terri L. Clark, the foundation’s executive director, said in a statement. “The site will allow professors, department heads, students and seminar alumni access to these virtual sessions, which in the past were only available to faculty members chosen to take part in the foundation’s faculty seminar academic program here at the Television Academy.”


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