International Emmy® News Awards
Celebrating Outstanding International Broadcast Journalism
The International Emmy® Current Affairs & News categories are presented alongside their American news and documentary counterparts as part of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' News & Documentary Emmy® Awards
The next awards ceremony will be held in October 2019.
Overview Of The 2018 International Emmy® News & Current Affairs Winners
The 2018 International Emmys for News & Current Affairs were presented October 1, 2018 by the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in conjunction with the US News Emmys during a ceremony which took place at Lincoln Center, in New York City.
Rohingya Crisis (Sky News, United Kingdom)
Sky News Migration Crisis (United Kingdom) produced by Sky News, won the News category. This story covers the perilous journey of a group of migrants from Turkey to Greece, with exclusive insight from the Sky crew live on the Hungary-Serbia border as refugees and riot police clash.
White Right: Meeting the Enemy (Fuuse Films and ITV, United Kingdom)
White Right: Meeting the Enemy (Fuuse Films and ITV, United Kingdom) won the Current Affairs category. This is an in-depth report by Muslim filmmaker Deeyah Khan as she meets US neo-Nazis and white nationalists face to face, and attends America's biggest and most violent far-right rally in recent years.
Deadline: February 20, 2019
12 noon (EST)
The Academy may be able to grant extensions upon request (accepted submissions will be subject to an additional late fee of $50 per entry)
For more information:
- Competition Opened:
December 5, 2018
- Competition Closed:
February 20, 2019
- Nominee Announcement:
- Awards Ceremony:
October 2019 in New York City
- Current Affairs