Debra Birnbaum

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Now that the upfronts are over, Emmy campaigns are kicking into high gear. Years ago, TV awards were not a big deal, but now, huge amounts of time and money go into a quest for Emmys.

Emmy Campaign Overload; Have We Reached Peak Binge?

Now that the upfronts are over, Emmy campaigns are kicking into high gear. Years ago, TV awards were not a big deal, but now, huge amounts of time and money go into a quest for Emmys.

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