The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences provides an update on the presentation of Daytime, Sports, and News & Documentary Emmy Awards.

Although "The 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" will take place as scheduled on <strong>Sunday, May 1</strong>, The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) announced today that the awards show will not be televised as expected, citing a lack of sponsorship as the reason.

The 2016 Daytime Emmy Awards pre-nominations have been announced. As always, there were a few conspicuously missing performers and some interesting category choices. Here are 8 surprises about this year's contenders.

Even though “The Bold and the Beautiful’s” Heather Tom (Katie Logan) has previously been nominated for 15 Daytime Emmy awards and is the only person in history to have won in all three actor categories (three times in the Outstanding Younger Actress category, once in the Outstanding Supporting Actress category and twice in the Outstanding Lead Actress category), her recent Lead Actress nomination still feels special.

On Thursday, June 5, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS), which oversees the Daytime Emmy® Awards, announced that on Sunday, June 22, its presentation of "The 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" will mark the first time the organization will have presented the awards show exclusively online as a live stream. This follows NATAS being unable to secure a television deal for daytime's biggest night.

While a host(s) for "The 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" has yet to be named, The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) recently put out a casting call for hosts of its red carpet/social media presentation, which will be executive produced by Paul Colichman and Stephen Jarchow of Here Media.

You heard it here first last month when Soap Opera Network reported that should the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) not secure a television deal in time for the Sunday, June 22 awards telecast of the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, the program will be streamed online.

On Thursday, May 1, selected categories for the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards will be announced live during the 8:30 to 9:00 AM ET portion of ABC's "Good Morning America," it was announced today by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences on Twitter.

HLN, the cable network that has broadcast the Daytime Emmy Awards for the previous two years, has decided not to make a commitment for the 41st annual Daytime Emmy Awards this year.

HLN, the host network of the annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy® Awards, has announced additional presenters for the awards telecast, now in its 40th year, presented live from The Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles on Sunday, June 16, 8-10 p.m., ET/PT.

With the 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards just a couple of weeks away, HLN has released a list of presenters slated to appear and hand over awards at the exciting award show ceremony. Betty White, Steve Harvey, Wayne Brady, Alex Trebek, Todd Newton, Bethany Frankel and Kris Jenner are included, with White and Brady presenting Monty Hall and Bob Stewart, respectively, with this year’s Lifetime Achievement Awards.

As previously reported, the 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards were announced earlier today on "Good Morning America." While not all categories were released during the ABC broadcast, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has since revealed that CBS leads all broadcast and cable networks with a total of 50 nominations in multiple categories with PBS in second place with 44 and ABC third with 38.

After months of anticipation, The National Academy of Television, Arts & Sciences has announced the 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Award nominations! So without further adieu, let’s get down to the list, which features some of your absolute very favorites in the running for the coveted golden statue!

After months of anticipation, the 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards now have a home. HLN (formerly Headline News) has announced that it plans to broadcast the anniversary celebration live from The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, CA on Sunday, June 16 from 8:00 - 10:00 PM, ET/PT. This marks the second consecutive year in which HLN has broadcast Daytime TV’s biggest event.

The peer votes have been cast, and the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has announced the Drama Performer Pre-Nominations for the 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards! Five categories have been announced, including Lead Actress and Lead Actor, Supporting Actress and Supporting Actor, as well as Younger Actress and Younger Actor. Without further adieu, here are the pre-nominees:

"I think it is a very good possibility! In fact, I think there is a good probability!" said newly appointed Senior Executive Director of "The 40th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards," David Michaels, in an interview with Michael Fairman, when asked about the possibility of the awards ceremony possibly being telecast on television next year. "Malachy Wienges [Chairman, National Association of Television Arts & Sceinces] is working very hard on that as we speak. That is one of the things that is key … to always keep the Daytime Emmys on the air. It is what a lot of people look forward to all yearlong, which is that telecast. I never want to see it go off the air!"

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) today announced that David Michaels, Actor, Producer and Founder of TV Cares has been appointed Senior Executive Director of the Daytime Entertainment Emmy® Awards.

Two years after they were last seen in Llanview, Kathy Brier and Chris Stack are set to reprise the roles of Marcie and Michael McBain in the coming weeks as "One Life to Live" winds down production on its television run before transitioning to online-only distribution early next year.

Former "One Life to Live" star Brian Kerwin (ex-Charlie) has returned to his theater roots. Now through November 6, the actor will star in L.A. premiere of "The Tragedy of the Commons."