Gervich, Chad
May 2007
Daily Variety;5/30/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 41, pA4
Trade Publication
The article comments on the screeners sent by cable and television networks for the Emmy Awards in the U.S. Most networks are sending their screeners in the flashiest and most unique ways in the hope of swaying voters in their shows' favor. One expert believes that such screeners are not necessary because all the judges are television historians and are all familiar with the shows being considered for the award.


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