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  • Emmy campaigning is more competitive than ever

    Emmy campaigning is more competitive than ever
    When the producers of "Modern Family" claimed in a full-page Variety ad two years ago that curvaceous star Sofia Vergara would run naked down Sunset Boulevard if the ABC sitcom won the Emmy (it did, and she didn't), it may have seemed as if award...
  • A 'House of Cards' nod could reshuffle Emmy digital content game

    A 'House of Cards' nod could reshuffle Emmy digital content game
    In the TV business, an Emmy Awards campaign can function a lot like a billboard on Sunset Boulevard: a way for companies to announce their presence with authority to others in the game and to lure talent to future projects by staking out a highly...
  • Yahoo tapped as digital partner for TV Academy

    Yahoo tapped as digital partner for TV Academy
    Yahoo will live-stream red-carpet and behind-the-scenes content for this year's Emmy Awards, the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences said Tuesday.  This is the first time the television academy has partnered with a company outside of the broadcast...
  • Student film projects in L.A. are up sharply (updated)

    Student film projects in L.A. are up sharply (updated)
    Forty crew members were set up inside of Banco Popular building in downtown Los Angeles. Some angled the lights and cameras toward a staircase, preparing to film a character running out of the building after an altercation. High walls of marble cast...
  • 'Downton Abbey's' Julian Fellowes is glad about character's death

    'Downton Abbey's' Julian Fellowes is glad about character's death
    "Downton Abbey" creator Julian Fellowes appeared at a recent event at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and to hear him tell it, there won't be much mourning following one of the series' most shocking character deaths. Here's the part where...
  • 'Breaking Bad's' Aaron Paul to announce Primetime Emmy nominations

    'Breaking Bad's' Aaron Paul to announce Primetime Emmy nominations
    Is Aaron Paul in line for another Emmy nomination? Though it's not a sure thing, the two-time Emmy Award winner, who has scored two awards for "Breaking Bad," has been selected as one of the announcers who will unveil the key nominees for the 65th...
  • Warner Bros. names Kevin Tsujihara chief executive

    In a bold bet on the digital future of entertainment, Time Warner Inc. has selected its digital guru -- Kevin Tsujihara -- as the new chief executive of Warner Bros. Entertainment. Time Warner Chief Executive Jeff Bewkes' selection of Tsujihara,...
  • Baltimore-based Veteran Artist Program seeks to propel veterans into mainstream arts community

    Baltimore-based Veteran Artist Program seeks to propel veterans into mainstream arts community
    When bad luck struck, John Mann was all but certain that he'd have to abandon his dreams. In 2005, Mann was a 28-year-old film school graduate who was just starting to make inroads in the difficult East Coast television industry. He hoped to one day...
  • Lehigh bar association wins Emmy for texting video

     
    The Bar Association of Lehigh County has only been in the TV business for two years, but it picked up its first Emmy award Saturday. The Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences honored the bar association and its...
  • WFTV’s ‘Case Against Casey Anthony’ wins Emmy

     
    The folks at WFTV-Channel 9 made a terrific showing when Emmys were handed out over the weekend. The ABC affiliate won six categories and took home 18 statuuettes. WFTV's “Case Against Casey Anthony” was named best crime program by the Sun...
  • Dick Clark: An indelible impact on American pop music

     
    Dick Clark: As the music and TV industry mourns the passing of "America's oldest living teenager," who died on Wednesday of a heart attack at the age of 82, we remember the indelible mark Dick Clark left on pop music....