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ITVS’ Sally Jo Fifer Credits Diversity and Inclusion For Making America Strong–Creative Arts Emmys

Independent Television Service (ITVS) has picked up the Governors award at the Creative Arts Emmys. Chairman and chief executive officer of the Television Academy Hayma Washington presented, saying, "Since 1989 ITVS has been a leading funder and co-distributor.” Accepting was President and CEO of ITVS, Sally Jo Fifer."We're so proud and humbled to be here,” Fifer said, “to represent the creators of 1400 films and counting.
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