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Posts Tagged ‘Tom O’Neill’

First Ever Critics’ Choice TV Awards Will Debut as a Rerun

The absence of a live TV broadcast partner for the inaugural Critics’ Choice TV Awards, which were handed out over lunch today at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, is a function of the event being in its infancy. Show organizers were limited to a live online simulcast at VH1.com.

Still, it can’t be good for Wednesday’s scheduled TV airing on Reelz Channel that the winners are already being blasted across the news wire. Imagine how boring the Oscars or Emmys would be if you knew who the winners were on the Friday before the Sunday.

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Entertainment Weekly And Gold Derby Take Aim

latimesgoldderby.jpgEveryone has an attitude and Dave Karger, of Entertainment Weekly, and Tom O’Neil of the L.A. Times Gold Derby let the people know how they feel, no holds barred.

The pair offered their Oscar musings on the record, and believe it or not, they disagreed. Press here to see the tape.

TV Journos Predict The Emmy Noms. We Predict A New Drinking Game

31216169.jpgIn his own version of Small Medium at Large, Tom O’Neil pits a bunch of H’wood reporters against each other in a predictions game. The Envelope blogger even threw in two anon Emmy voters to make it more interesting.

This would have been easier to read in a different format — maybe a chart? — but if you can follow along, it’s kinda interesting. Plus it makes an excellent format for a drinking game come tomorrow: Take a shot if a Ray Richmond prediction gets nominated. Two if that guy from Orlando chose it.