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  1. Wins by network

    5:00 am 10/8/2006

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  2. Emmy-nommed writers tell wide-ranging stories Panelists discuss woes, rewards

    5:00 am 8/28/2006

    At a professional zenith with an Emmy nomination for her work on "Grey's Anatomy," writer-showrunner Krista Vernoff recalls well some less satisfying periods in her career.Read more

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  3. The long hours and hard work finally paid off for Fox's "24" and NBC's "The Office."

    5:00 am 8/28/2006

    Fox's real-time drama thriller snared the trophies for best drama and lead actor for star Kiefer Sutherland during Sunday's 58th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, while NBC's offbeat workplace comedy capped its sophomore-season turnaround with the Emmy win for comedy series.Tick...tick...EmmyRead more

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  4. Review: 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

    5:00 am 8/28/2006

    Finally. An Emmy Awards telecast as good as the TV it sought to honor. Tightly planned and smartly performed, this year's telecast with host Conan O'Brien was a welcome about-face from last year's sloppy post-Katrina affair. Put another way, when the worst thing to criticize was the inane banter of the presenters -- which was unusually lame -- you know the crew and the TV academy can be proud.Read more

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  5. O'Brien hosts the Emmys

    5:00 am 8/28/2006

    <b>Host</b><br /><br />This is a tough year to be hosting the Primetime Emmy Awards, as Conan O'Brien readily admits. Not that it has been easy before: The only other time he had this gig was 2002, a scant year after Sept. 11. It was questioned then whether it was OK to be humorous again. The prevailing opinion, though, was that O'Brien nailed it with a perfect blend of sass and sensibility. This time, O'Brien finds himself in a predicament of a different sort, looking to set a mood of spoof and celebration during a year of controversy about a new Emmy nomination system and a challenging airdate in late August, rather than the usual September. But it says a lot about the talent of a guy who has been a late-night talk fixture for 13 years, fronting NBC's "Late Night With Conan O'Brien," that nobody seems terribly worried about his ability to make those obstacles seem insignificant. O'Brien even admitted to looking forward to the challenge during a recent telephone conversation with Ray Richmond for The Hollywood Reporter.Read more

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  6. '24,' Sutherland win; 'Office' boss of comedies

    5:00 am 8/28/2006

    The long hours and hard work finally paid off for Fox's "24" and NBC's "The Office." Fox's real-time drama thriller snared the trophies for best drama and lead actor for star Kiefer Sutherland during Sunday's 58th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, while NBC's offbeat workplace comedy capped its sophomore-season turnaround with the Emmy win for comedy series.Read more

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  7. Legwork: '24,' 'Office' get their due

    5:00 am 8/28/2006

    Fox's "24" and NBC's "The Office" were both close to cancellation after their first seasons, but on Sunday night each walked away with the top award in their category.Read more

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  8. For some, Emmy is a parting gift

    5:00 am 8/28/2006

    The members of the TV academy proved that sometimes it's hard to say goodbye.Read more

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  9. Clark relishes rare tribute

    5:00 am 8/28/2006

    Too often, it seems, one has to die in order to receive a tribute from the Academy of Television Arts &amp; Sciences -- as was the case this year with Aaron Spelling, who no doubt would have loved to see the adoration directed his way while he was still here to appreciate it.Read more

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  10. Backstage notes: Mirren crowned for 'Elizabeth'

    5:00 am 8/28/2006

    Tony Shalhoub, winner for lead actor in a comedy series for USA's "Monk," said that though he was "shocked" about his win last year, "this year I was semi-comatose. I couldn't quite process it."Read more

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