Emmy


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an annual award by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for outstanding achievements in television

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MySpace will serve as the exclusive online partner of the Broadband Emmy Award submissions, empowering video producers and filmmakers to submit self-generated content for consideration through the official MySpace Emmy profile at http://myspace.
com/content/red-carpet-live-video) Emmy Awards website will also be streaming the show.
WNET nabbed twice as many Emmys as its nearest rival, cabler News 12 Long Island, which took 11.
Its symbol of excellence, the Emmy, is awarded in six major national categories including Sports, News/Documentary, Daytime, Technology/Engineering, and International (through its International Academy).
Jake, 32, said Emmy died believing she was already to be a mum.
When former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer took the 2017 Emmys stage on Sunday night, the celebrity-filled audience had quite the surprised reactions.
HBO's "Game of Thrones" earned four prizes during the Emmy Awards -- for best drama series, best writing for co-creator David Benioff and executive producer D.
Every year, Emmy hopefuls work the circuit by shaking hands and answering questions at endless events.
Kim is the outgoing best friend who helps Emmy come out of her shell, stapling stuffed animals to a telephone pole or hurtling sarcastic comments after passing cars, so of course Emmy tries .
THE first 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards were handed out this week at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony at the Nokia Theatre L.
Emmy Taylor, from Flint, is still receiving treatment for the injuries she suffered in the blaze at Sunnysands Caravan Park, Barmouth and will for many years to come.
List of winners at Sunday's 64th annual Primetime Emmy Awards presented by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences: