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  1. 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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  2. Producer power

    5:00 am 8/26/2006

    Like a caring professor, Jeff Ross offers guidance when appropriate, corrects missteps when necessary and is by O'Brien's side for all big tests.Read more

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  3. Maximum exposure

    5:00 am 8/26/2006

    mtvU receives the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' 2006 Governors Award for shedding light on the atrocities in Sudan.Read more

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  4. Mixed signals

    5:00 am 8/26/2006

    The old proverb holds that one can't satisfy all of the people all of the time -- or, in the case of the Emmys, anybody any of the time.Read more

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  5. Dialogue: Conan O'Brien

    5:00 am 8/26/2006

    The host will up Emmy's ratings, even if it means he has to kickbox onstage. What more could be asked of an emcee?Read more

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  6. The Primetime Emmys finally make it to the altar

    5:00 am 8/25/2006

    Sunday after nearly two months of serving as everyone's punching bag for nomination transgressions both great and small -- all of which have been detailed in this space and on my Past Deadline blog.Read more

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  7. HBO's arts the real deal

    5:00 am 8/22/2006

    The HBO movie "Elizabeth I" topped the winners list during the 58th annual Creative Arts Emmy Awards with a total of five wins, including nods for casting, art direction and costumes. The cable network's "Baghdad ER" and "Rome" followed with four wins apiece during the ceremony, held Saturday at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.Read more

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  8. Designer takes Deviant path to career success

    5:00 am 8/9/2006

    DeviantArt celebrated its sixth anniversary Monday with Version 5.0, a redesign that makes the artists' social network site simpler to use, more pleasant to browse and easier to search. What remains unchanged, however, is the community that graphic designer Ryan Cosgrove credits as a critical part in building a career that now includes "CSI: Miami," "The Polar Express" and "Flight of the Phoenix."Read more

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