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Emmy Nods Again

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KABC-TV crushed the competition in the area Emmy Awards nominations released April 18. The o& o got 45 out of 223 bids: 22 for news, 18 for programming such as “Eye On L.A.,” “A.M. Los Angeles” and…

  • Film

U.S. Pavilion Hooks AT& T

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Shaping up an array of functions for the Cannes Film Festival, the American Pavilion has cinched a deal with AT&T to come aboard as a major corporate sponsor to help underwrite the center's $300,000…

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Live, From Calif.

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A state Assembly panel in Sacramento, Calif. unanimously approved a proposal April 23 that would order the warden at San Quentin to allow televised coverage of executions. As reported by Associated…

Marketplace

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'Geraldo' Twinned

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KCBS-TV is double-running Tribune Entertainment's “Geraldo” from 3 to 5 p.m. in an effort to shore up the first hour in time for the May sweeps. Station g.m. Robert Hyland said the o& o will continue…

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Ayemer Ayes Staffers

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KTLA has named Nicholas van Hoogstraten exec producer of the station's new morning newscast, premiering in the next few months. Van Hoogstraten most recently served as the station's director of…

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Glittering Prizes

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Cox-owned WPXI-TV, an NBC affil, has won five Associated Press news awards, including one for best regularly scheduled newscast in a major market in Pennsylvania. The station also got awards for the…

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Ratings Dunnit

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“Mother Love” didn't last long on WNYW-TV. The 11:30 p.m. talkshow, which bowed April 15, was pulled after only four shows because of poor ratings. “All In The Family” reruns have moved in to fill…

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