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Emmy webcast will show backstage doings live

David-Neal_287 The Emmys will have a live behind-the-scenes webcast going at NBC.com and Emmys.com for the duration of Sunday’s ceremony. Former NBC Sports exec producer David Neal (right) will run the show, and host Jimmy Fallon will jump on when the opportunity presents itself.

Neal will direct using eight behind-the-scenes cameras
(including ones positioned immediately offstage and in the green room,
the writers’ area and kudocast exec producer Don Mischer’s base of
operations).

“It’s going to be very raw,” Neal said. “There’s
nothing particularly polished about it. I’m going to be using the
experience I gained all those years in sports and reacting to what’s
going on. There’s no script; the only thing I’m going to have is Don’s
show rundown.”

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