September 2004
Multichannel News;9/27/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 39, p6
This article focuses on the television broadcasting industry. At the Emmy Awards last week, actress Drea de Matteo could not be baited into biting the hand that's now feeding her, the Peacock Network. In contrast, Comedy Central's jubilant double Emmy winner, Jon Stewart, had no qualms about cheerleading for his medium of choice. Stewart the fulcrum of The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, was asked whether he was going to he leaving Comedy Central to take the artist Craig Kilborn's late-night place on CBS. The post-Emmy parties given by super winner Home Box Office Inc., TV Guide and Showtime were all held in fairly close proximity to each other. INSET: FROM PROGRAMMER TO PROGRAMMING.


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