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  1. Drama nominations more a guessing game than ever

    5:00 am 6/6/2007

    Landing a nomination rarely has been such a guessing game for all forms of the genre called drama.Read more

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  2. Funny business no laughing matter

    5:00 am 6/4/2007

    Producers sweat out pilot season hoping for comedy gold -- but nobody said the funny business was any laughing matter.Read more

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  3. Animation categories aren't confusing -- they're just drawn that way

    5:00 am 6/4/2007

    Emmy's animation categories aren't really confusing, limiting and frustrating -- they're just drawn that way.Read more

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  4. Science of sitcom success being rewritten

    5:00 am 6/4/2007

    The science of sitcom success is being rewritten yet again -- and for many, the formula is on the Internet.Read more

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  5. Movies, miniseries dwindling in number

    5:00 am 6/1/2007

    TV movies and miniseries have seen their numbers dwindle over the past decade.Read more

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  6. Longform remains among the most awards-worthy

    5:00 am 6/1/2007

    Longform programming on broadcast and cable remains some of the most awards-worthy on television.Read more

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  7. Well-designed office wear reveals subtle character clues

    5:00 am 5/30/2007

    When costuming series set in the workplace, outfits must hew to corporate conformity yet still communicate character.Read more

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  8. Suburban settings often overlooked by Emmy voters

    5:00 am 5/30/2007

    Suburban settings are filled with nuances that are often overlooked by Emmy voters.Read more

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  9. Virtual sets opening up new story possibilities

    5:00 am 5/30/2007

    Once the exclusive province of features and big-budget miniseries, digital set extensions such as these are becoming increasingly common in episodic television.Read more

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  10. Television DPs eager to adopt new tools

    5:00 am 5/30/2007

    The 24-frame-per-second high-definition digital video cameras used to shoot big-budget features  are being employed with increasing frequency on small-screen projects.Read more

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