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September 23, 2014 | By Molly Eichel
THE MID-ATLANTIC Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences held its Emmy Awards on Saturday, doling out 85 awards in 76 categories. Comcast SportsNet led the evening with 11 awards, CBS3 and Fox 29 tied for five, NBC10 took home three, WHYY was awarded two and the Eagles Televison Network walked away with one. Notables at the event included NBC10's Jillian Mele and Jacqueline London , CSN's Michael Barkann , CBS3's Pat Ciarrocchi and more.
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August 27, 1986 | By Gail Shister, Inquirer Staff Writer (Mary Ann Norbom contributed to this article,)
The Channel 6 brass doesn't think it's news, but the story refuses to die. The fourth annual local Emmy Awards are just over a week away, and once again, the area's dominant station will not be represented. The Emmys "place our people in competition with one another, and we've just avoided doing that," says WPVI-TV general manager Rick Spinner of the station's persistent refusal to recognize the local chapter of the National Academy of TV Arts and Sciences (NATAS), sponsor of the awards.
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September 17, 2011 | BY LYNN ELBER, Associated Press
* EMMY AWARDS. 8 p.m. tomorrow, Fox. LOS ANGELES - There's more than Hollywood ego on the line at tomorrow's 63rd prime-time Emmys. After disappointing performances by a pair of major trophy fests this year, the TV ceremony could prove an awards season reboot. For producer Mark Burnett, the successful reality TV czar ("Survivor," "The Apprentice") who is tackling his first big awards show, it's a chance to play hero or risk being the goat. He can't take any cues from the double thud that marred the 2011 season.
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September 20, 1993 | By Jonathan Storm, INQUIRER TELEVISION CRITIC
CBS's Picket Fences scored a stunning sweep of the top dramatic series prizes last night, as television honored itself in subdued festivities at the 45th annual prime-time Emmy Awards. "Like somebody else is going to honor us," said Jay Leno, one of a crowd of celebrities who toed the mark and kept to the timetable in ceremonies that actually ended early. Fences scored one of the biggest surprises in recent Emmy history. It won as drama series, and its two leads, Tom Skerritt and Kathy Baker, won as actor and actress in a dramatic series.
NEWS
August 31, 1992 | By Jonathan Storm, INQUIRER TELEVISION CRITIC
The 44th annual Emmy Awards show had a tough time reaching the heights last night, slogging along for 3 1/2 hours with few laughs and finding no show or network on which to heap its praises. CBS's Murphy Brown was named best comedy of the 1991-92 season, and no one was surprised to hear star Candice Bergen's name called for her prize as best actress in a comedy series. "I would like to thank the vice president . . . and members of the cultural elite," Bergen said, referring to controversy raised by Vice President Quayle's criticism of Brown's having a baby out of wedlock.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 15, 1987 | By NANCY M. REICHARDT, Special to the Daily News
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences have issued a list of the daytime stars who will present the Emmy Awards at the 14th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards show, which will air live from New York June 30 on ABC (Channel 6). Susan Lucci (Erica Kane) of "All My Children" will present the Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series award; Kate Collins and Jean LeClerc (Natalie Cortlandt and Jeremy Hunter), also of "AMC," will present the Outstanding Supporting Actress award.
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August 28, 1998 | by David Bianculli, New York Daily News
Just when you think network television couldn't do any more to erode its audience share, it turns around and does something monumentally stupid, even by its own short-sighted standards. Now comes last week's announcement from CBS that on the night of Sept. 13, while NBC is televising the Emmy Awards, it will offer the broadcast premiere of Martin Scorsese's 1990 Mafia film "GoodFellas. " Why is this such a dumb move? Because it's against the Emmys, that's why. The annual awards show by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences is supposed to celebrate TV's best, and to give viewers the opportunity to share in that celebration.
NEWS
June 15, 1987 | By NANCY M. REICHARDT, Special to the Daily News
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences have issued a list of the daytime stars who will present the Emmy Awards at the 14th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards show, which will air live from New York June 30 on ABC (Channel 6). Susan Lucci (Erica Kane) of "All My Children" will present the Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series award; Kate Collins and Jean LeClerc (Natalie Cortlandt and Jeremy Hunter), also of "AMC," will present the Outstanding Supporting Actress award.
NEWS
August 30, 1988 | By Ken Tucker, Inquirer TV Critic
With Sunday night's 40th annual Emmy Awards, television formally entered the postmodern age. Fascinatingly self-conscious - at times even self- parodying - the Emmy Awards finally reflected what many of the award- winning shows were already telling their audiences: that television no longer merely reflects the culture, it is the culture. Postmodern shows such as thirtysomething, The Wonder Years, St. Elsewhere and A Year in the Life all have something in common besides the fact that they won major awards.
NEWS
May 22, 1993 | Daily News Wire Services
Just in case you missed it - or the video cassette recorder wasn't programmed correctly - NBC will rebroadcast its "Cheers Finale Celebration," at 7 p.m. tomorrow on Channel 3. NBC Entertainment President Warren Littlefield said: "For the 'Cheers' fans around the country who were watching the 'Last Call' at noisy bars or parties or may have missed portions of the episode, and for those who may have been unable to see the show at all, and for...
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September 23, 2014 | By Molly Eichel
THE MID-ATLANTIC Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences held its Emmy Awards on Saturday, doling out 85 awards in 76 categories. Comcast SportsNet led the evening with 11 awards, CBS3 and Fox 29 tied for five, NBC10 took home three, WHYY was awarded two and the Eagles Televison Network walked away with one. Notables at the event included NBC10's Jillian Mele and Jacqueline London , CSN's Michael Barkann , CBS3's Pat Ciarrocchi and more.
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August 28, 2014 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Police want Miley's pal Poor Miley Cyrus ! Even her goodwill gestures backfire! Seems the homeless man Miley brought to the VMAs Sunday to accept the best video of the year prize on her behalf is wanted by the police. Miley came to the glitzy gala accessorized with one Jesse Helt as a way to highlight the plight of homelessness. The Statesman Journal of Salem, Ore., says there's a warrant out for Helt's arrest for multiple parole violations in Oregon. Helt was paroled after a 2010 conviction for an attempted break-in at a flat in Salem.
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August 27, 2014 | By Ellen Gray
STOP ME if you've heard this one before: Jim Parsons, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jessica Lange, Ty Burrell, Stephen Colbert, Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, "Modern Family," "Breaking Bad" and "The Amazing Race" all went home with Emmys last night. What? You thought NBC was going to waste an original episode of anything on a Monday night in late August? Early - because NBC didn't want to compete with the MTV VMAs and doesn't like to interfere with Sunday night football - and often more like a rerun than a live show, the 66th annual Emmy Awards was nevertheless a fine night out for host Seth Meyers.
NEWS
August 22, 2014 | By Howard Gensler
  B   ILLY CRYSTAL will pay tribute to his longtime friend Robin Williams at Monday night's Emmy Awards. Crystal will honor Williams as part of the traditional "in memoriam" segment for industry members who died during the past year, Emmy executive producer Don Mischer said in a statement yesterday. Mischer said that the memorial segment during the ceremony will include a performance from singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles . At last year's Emmys, Williams honored his friend and mentor Jonathan Winters during the tribute segment.
NEWS
September 23, 2012 | By David Hiltbrand, Inquirer Columnist
Before I detail my picks for Sunday night's Emmy Awards, you should know that my Emmy-handicapping skills are unrivaled. No one who watches TV for a living - and I mean no one - is able to consistently predict the results as erroneously as I am. But I am reliable. So if you're an actor I pick to win in your category (congrats, Louis C.K.), don't bother memorizing that acceptance speech. And away we go. . . . Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series. Right off the bat, I have issues here.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 20, 2011
Emmy highlights, for those glued to the Eagles From David Hiltbrand's "Dave on Demand" at The chances of anyone in Philadelphia watching the Emmy Awards on a night when it's on against a prime-time Eagles game? About the same as any reality show has of beating The Amazing Race . Here's what you missed: Host Jane Lynch opened the show with a big song-and-dance number that began with a brief skit featuring Leonard Nimoy as Mr. President of Television. He was a last-minute fill-in for Alec Baldwin, who had taped the bit but asked to have it pulled after Fox edited out a Rupert Murdoch joke.
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September 17, 2011 | BY LYNN ELBER, Associated Press
* EMMY AWARDS. 8 p.m. tomorrow, Fox. LOS ANGELES - There's more than Hollywood ego on the line at tomorrow's 63rd prime-time Emmys. After disappointing performances by a pair of major trophy fests this year, the TV ceremony could prove an awards season reboot. For producer Mark Burnett, the successful reality TV czar ("Survivor," "The Apprentice") who is tackling his first big awards show, it's a chance to play hero or risk being the goat. He can't take any cues from the double thud that marred the 2011 season.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 1, 2010
SO MANY after-Emmy thoughts, so little time: Edie Falco, whose latest Emmy acceptance speech included the declaration, "I am not funny," may have a point. But it's not that one. A smart, down-to-earth actress with great timing, Falco walks that line between comedy and tragedy where the darkest kind of funny is found. There were weeks when "The Sopranos," for which she won three drama Emmys, was probably the funniest show on television and there have been weeks when "Nurse Jackie," which Showtime insists on calling a comedy, was one of the saddest.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 30, 2010 | staff
Winners announced at yesterday's 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards presented by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences: Drama Series: "Mad Men," AMC. Comedy Series: "Modern Family," ABC. Actor, Drama Series: Bryan Cranston, "Breaking Bad," AMC. Actress, Drama Series: Kyra Sedgwick, "The Closer," TNT. Actor, Comedy Series: Jim Parsons, "The Big Bang Theory," CBS. Actress, Comedy Series: Edie Falco, "Nurse Jackie," Showtime....
NEWS
August 30, 2010
THERE ACTUALLY were upsets and first-time winners at the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, but on a night when AMC?s ?Mad Men? won best drama for the third year in a row and ABC?s ?Modern Family? won for comedy, perhaps the biggest surprise was that the awards show itself was entertaining. The evening got off to a "Glee"-ful start, with a pretaped opening in which host Jimmy Fallon put together a pickup team of singers from the cast of the Fox hit series and from assorted other nominees - Jon Hamm ("Mad Men")
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