Four Lessons from the Primetime Emmy Awards for Event Planners
The show offered up several takeaways
Just as associations have done with their events and other in-person programming, the entertainment industry has had to reinvent its awards shows due to the pandemic. The latest one to make its debut: the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards, which took place this past Sunday.
In addition to a Schitt’s Creek sweep, the show offered up several takeaways for meeting professionals as they plan virtual and hybrid events moving forward. Here are four of them:
Help your speakers (or your award nominees and winners) look their best. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times before the show, Emmys Executive Producer Reginald Hudlin said the production team sent more than 130 cameras to nominees in locations around the globe. The goal, according to Hudlin, was to provide everyone with the best sound, picture and lighting.
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