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  1. Safety in numbers

    5:00 am 5/22/2007

    If the popularity of TV downloads is any indication, some moderately rated series have virtual armies of fans.Read more

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  2. Ruling class

    5:00 am 5/22/2007

    By once more tweaking the nomination process, the Television Academy finally might achieve its goal of spotlighting a more diverse spectrum of programming.Read more

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  3. Number signs

    5:00 am 5/22/2007

    A look at how the industry's two major academies compare -- Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences vs. Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.Read more

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  4. Seems like gold times

    5:00 am 5/22/2007

    For nearly the past decade and a half, the organization honoring the best shows of primetime has been fine-tuning its rules to bring more diversity to the Emmy Awards.Read more

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  5. Mr. fix it

    5:00 am 5/22/2007

    Can telecast veteran Ken Ehrlich breathe new life into the Emmy Awards? Critics across <br /><br clear="none"/> <br clear="none"/> the country are crossing their fingers.Read more

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  6. Broadband battle

    5:00 am 5/22/2007

    Web surfing, blogging, MP3s and online gaming are draining away the traditional consumers of movies, music and, yes, television.Read more

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  7. TV watchers buzzing as pilot season wraps

    5:00 am 5/7/2007

    On May 14-18, the networks will announce which TV projects have received the go-ahead to primetime, and producer Josh Schwartz, pictured, is said to have gotten OKs by NBC on three of his one-hour pilots.Read more

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  8. End in sight for 'Lost': 48 episodes, 3 seasons

    5:00 am 5/7/2007

    ABC has set an end date for "Lost." The Emmy-winning adventure series will run for 48 more episodes over three seasons. Each season will consist of 16 episodes, which will air uninterrupted.Read more

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  9. 'Idol' duo exits Emmy telecast

    5:00 am 5/7/2007

    "American Idol" executive producers Nigel Lythgoe and Ken Warwick have stepped down as exec producers of this year's Primetime Emmy Awards.Read more

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  10. Lythgoe, Warwick exit Primetime Emmy stage

    5:00 am 5/5/2007

    "American Idol" executive producers Nigel Lythgoe and Ken Warwick have stepped down as exec producers of this year's Primetime Emmy Awards. The 59th annual edition will now be executive produced by awards show veteran Ken Ehrlich.Read more

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