In Politicized Emmys, Reality & Cable Rule

In a lot of ways, it was business as usual: glammed-up actors, cut-short acceptance speeches, (many) musical interludes and contrived, if well-meaning, comic bits. But two factors set apart the 60th annual Primetime Emmy Awards from Emmy ceremonies past: The changing landscape of television -- the rising cache of basic-cable and reality shows and the ever-evolving means of consuming TV -- and the looming presidential election that, arguably, has made Hollywood more politicized than ever...Full Story
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