Single life has its perks

Frankel, Daniel
February 2004
Daily Variety;2/13/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 34, pA4
Trade Publication
Reports on the awards won by single-camera comedy television shows at the 54th American Cinema Editors Eddie Awards in the U.S. Nomination of "Sex and the City" editor Michael Berenbaum; Awards received by editor Ron Volk for "Frasier" in three successive years; Inclusion of editor Peter Chakos in the nominees for "Will & Grace."


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