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Variety Article on Daytime Emmys
Topic Started: Jun 22 2012, 06:33 AM (881 Views)
Ellie


http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118055666/
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pspcindy
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Thanks Ellie.

I watched with horror what the Vegas shows produced. It was an embarrassment. There was not even an attempt to let Daytime shine, it was all Vegas pimping. Perhaps I am biased because I hate Las Vegas. I will never set foot there again willingly.

It seems to me most fans of Daytime programming remember fondly when the shows watched faithfully day after day were singled out for excellence. That frame of reference validated one's tv viewing choices and honored the hard work of those involved.

For myself, I am perfectly content to not see slick production numbers that eat up time or come off as silly and inane. Show me the clips of the top nominees, the best show clips and most importantly show the audience the stars who attend. If those things happen, this HLN offering will be a hit with me.
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Killing myself slowly

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Adds Meng: "I think reinvention and flexibility are the keys to success for anything. It's all about listening, changing and growing, otherwise you don't succeed at anything."


This man needs to SERIOUSLY apply his own advice to his own show.
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Mitchapalooza
Jun 22 2012, 11:26 AM
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Adds Meng: "I think reinvention and flexibility are the keys to success for anything. It's all about listening, changing and growing, otherwise you don't succeed at anything."


This man needs to SERIOUSLY apply his own advice to his own show.
But didn't he claim he did that during the Days book signing events? So, it's not that he doesn't listen, it's just that he's not good at his job apparently.
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