THROUGH THE WIRE
- Tale of the tapes. McLean, Thomas J. // Daily Variety;8/12/2004, Vol. 284 Issue 28, pA1
Focuses on the television programs competing for the Emmy Awards in the U.S. Competition between television programs "West Wing" and "The Sopranos"; Popularity of "Curb Your Enthusiasm"; Comparison of the programs "Arrested Development" and "Everybody Loves Raymond."
- Familiarity breeds kudos. Schneider, Michael // Daily Variety;8/22/2005, Vol. 288 Issue 35, pA1
Looks into the television programs with several Emmy Award nominations in the U.S. Detection of the preference of older shows than the new ones; Ability of "The West Wing" to have five nominations; Criticism of critics on the tendency of the voters to work on name-recognition pattern; Assessment...
- Showtime puffs 'Huff' with season screeners. Martin, Denise // Daily Variety;2/4/2005, Vol. 286 Issue 28, p10
Looks into the television program "Huff" as one of the contenders for the 2005 Emmy Awards in the U.S. Television ratings of the show; Responsibility of Richard Licata, EVP of corporate communications to let voters see all of the show's episodes; Estimation on the number of viewers in the season...
- Voters explain why they're not high on 'The Wire' Levine, Stuart // Daily Variety;8/22/2005, Vol. 288 Issue 35, pA8
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.
- `West Wing,' `Sopranos' top Emmy noms. // Electronic Media;07/24/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 30, p27
Lists television programs nominated in the 52nd Annual Emmy Awards. Comedy series; Drama; Miniseries; Made for television movie; Variety, music of comedy series; Lead actor in a drama series; Lead actress in a miniseries or a movie.
- Selected Emmy Noms. // Daily Variety;8/12/2004, Vol. 284 Issue 28, pA20
Presents a summary of the nominees for the Emmy Awards in the U.S. Television programs nominated for the Comedy Series category; Nominees for Drama Series category; Television mini-series included in the awards.
- News and documentary winners take center stage. // Broadcasting & Cable;09/14/98, Vol. 128 Issue 38, p80
Reports on the winners of the 19th annual news and documentary Emmy Awards presented by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in New York on September 9, 1998. Numerical breakdown by network; Television programs that won multiple Emmy Awards.
- MINI, MOVIE & SPESH: They're real (mostly), and they're spectacular. Kroll, Justin // Daily Variety;8/19/2008, Vol. 300 Issue 32, pA4
The article focuses on the personal comments of some Emmy nominees regarding the Emmy nominated television projects that are based on true stories and characters. Emmy-nominated writer of "Recount" Danny Strong says true events are inherently dramatic. While Emmy-nominated scribe for "John...
- BEST SERIES: COMEDY. // Daily Variety;8/16/2007, Vol. 296 Issue 33, pA2
The article highlights the views of selected critics regarding the 2007 Emmy nominees for Best Comedy Series. Scott D. Pierce of "Deseret Morning News" comments on the television programs "The Office," "30 Rock," and "Ugly Betty." Donna J. Plesh of thecoluminists.com comments on her biggest Emmy...