Voters explain why they're not high on 'The Wire'

Levine, Stuart
August 2005
Daily Variety;8/22/2005, Vol. 288 Issue 35, pA8
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Features the reasons of voters in their reluctance to nominate the program "The Wire" for the Emmy Awards in the U.S. Claim of one voter that the program is difficult to tune in midway through the season; Failure of the voters to connect themselves with the program; Lack of promotion of the program.


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