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Daytime Emmys ready for Hollywood debut

...m. EDT.) "They're going to the Oscar showcase as if to demand the same respect as the film glitterati," said Tom O'Neil, columnist for theenvelope.com. "This is an industry that is desperate for respect." The move was triggered by...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/04/26/tel_78981.shtml
Television
Oscar horse race: Can 'Brokeback Mountain' survive 'Crash'?

...voters in other Hollywood honors, but this was the first time a group as big as SAG was blanketed with DVDs of a movie. Tom O'Neil of the awards Web site theenvelope.com said the SAG win was a sign that "Crash" could be picking up steam as a potential...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/02/16/osc_57071.shtml
Oscars
Emmy Awards mulling changes in lineup

...supporting actor and actress for movies and miniseries to the lower-profile ceremony that doesn't get a network airing. Tom O'Neil, author of "The Emmys," doesn't buy that the intent is to cut the show's running time, usually about three...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/03/10/tel_446957.shtml
Television
The winner is ... the Brits, for best awards speeches

...equal to the one they're being honored for, otherwise (voters) will think they made a terrible mistake," said Tom O'Neil, author of "The Emmys" and host of goldderby.com, an awards prediction Web site. (Political outbursts may also...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/07/14/ent_422090.shtml
Things to Do
This year, Oscar has a distinctly international feel

...entry, Fernando Meirelles, the Brazilian director of "City of God." "It looks like the United Nations," says Tom O'Neil, author of "Movie Awards" and host of the awards prediction web site GoldDerby.com. "The golden boy definitely...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/02/28/mov_406142.shtml
Movies
New Oscar rules mute bad blood, but campaigning frenzy remains

...about-face when he realized his Oscar bid was in trouble when he got guff for snubbing the Golden Globes," said Tom O'Neil, author of the book "Movie Awards." "You suddenly saw the reclusive Penn at the Oscar lunch with his mom so we...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/02/20/mov_405251.shtml
Movies
N.Y. film critics name 'Lord of the Rings' the top film of 2003

...Mulholland Drive" was the group's choice for best film; the Academy Award went to Ron Howard's "A Beautiful Mind." Tom O'Neil, author of "Movie Awards" and host of the awards handicapping Web site GoldDerby.com, said he was "totally stunned...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/12/16/mov_392160.shtml
Movies
Studios partly reverse screener ban, agree to send videos to Oscar voters

...current system were in place five years ago, Hilary Swank wouldn't have her Oscar," for "Boys Don't Cry," said Tom O'Neil, author of the book "Movie Awards." Under the new agreement, Oscar voters will have to sign a pledge that they...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/10/25/ent_398364.shtml
Things to Do
Emmys nominations can boost TV - or bore viewers

...and single out the innovative. Instead, they "often make shows wait a year or two until they embrace them," said Tom O'Neil, author of "The Emmys" and founder of Goldderby.com, which tracks awards predictions. That's fine for a program...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/07/15/ent_381177.shtml
Things to Do
'Six Feet Under,' 'Friends,' poised for top Emmy honors

...may end up with Emmy gold. "We'll see more new faces at the podium than at any time in recent history," predicts Tom O'Neil, author of "The Emmys" and creator of Goldderby.com, which tracks award predictions. Watching the usually hidebound...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/09/20/app_353564.shtml
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