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  1. Spending on Digital Ads to Overtake TV in 2017

    7:26 am 8/26/2014

    Magna Global also predicts the strongest U.S. ad growth rate in a decade for 2015Read more

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  2. Emmys: 'Breaking Bad,' 'Big Bang Theory' Top Social Moments

    6:20 am 8/26/2014

    Yeah, science!Read more

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  3. ABC News Shuffles Executive Ranks

    5:29 am 8/26/2014

    'GMA' senior executive producer Tom Cibrowski becomes James Goldston's No. 2, while Michael Corn heads to the top-rated morning showRead more

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  4. 'Sherlock' Emmy Success a Bright Spot on Mixed Night for U.K.

    1:12 am 8/26/2014

    The quirky BBC detective drama's three awards has British media buzzing and made up for 'Downton Abbey' and 'Derek' snubsRead more

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  5. Israeli Sitcom Gets Pilot Script Order at ABC

    12:35 am 8/26/2014

    'The Goldbergs' producer Matt Tarses will adapt the cringe comedy 'So Where Were We' Read more

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  6. Angela Bassett Talks Whitney Houston Biopic on Emmys Red Carpet: "Controversy Can Be Good"

    10:36 pm 8/25/2014

    Bassett is directing the made-for-TV movie, which stars "America's Next Top Model" alum Yaya DaCostaRead more

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  7. Emmys: If the Results Indicate Anything, It's That the Voting System Is Broken

    9:58 pm 8/25/2014

    THR's awards analyst found many of the TV Academy's picks inexplicable and suggests a few ways that the voting system could be changed to produce a more just set of winnersRead more

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  8. Emmys: Sofia Vergara Defends "Sexist" Spinning Segment

    9:35 pm 8/25/2014

    "Somebody can be hot and also be funny," says Vergara to criticsRead more

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  9. The Emmy Awards: TV Review

    9:19 pm 8/25/2014

    The host and telecast were strong, but the Emmys' inconsistency — yes on 'Breaking Bad,' no on 'Modern Family' — and unexpected twists made for a strange nightRead more

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  10. Emmys: Wins by Program and Network

    8:43 pm 8/25/2014

    'Sherlock' and HBO led the way at the 66th annual Primetime EmmysRead more

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