The 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony will be broadcast tonight (Sunday, Sept. 23) at 7 p.m. ET on ABC, and if you’re like us, you’re probably wondering who’s going to win.
You can guess who might be taking home the Emmy hardware tonight, but guesswork won’t be enough — we figured the best way to get a more accurate reading of the pulse of the American public would be to get a gigantic sample of TV watchers, celebrities and people in the entertainment world to tell us who they thought would emerge victorious.
To do that, we turned to digital magazine distributor Zinio, which polled an impressive 250,000 digital magazine subscribers, asking them who they thought would be the big Emmy Award winners tonight in the major categories. With such a large sample, it will be interesting to see how close these predictions are to the actual results.
Meanwhile, if you’re interested in a free second-screen experience while you watch the Emmys live, go to “Backstage Live” at Emmys.com, where you’ll see candid red carpet and backstage moments via your choice of 15 cameras. We watched it for the past couple of years, and even though that multitude of cameras won’t show you what’s happening on stage at the awards ceremony — you have live television to do that for you — it’s quite entertaining and revealing, a perfect supplement to give you a comprehensive overview of the proceedings.
Enjoy the Emmys, and may the best show win! Which show or actor do you think has a lock on an Emmy tonight?
Source: Mashable.com, Zinio
September 23, 2012 in Entertainment, Infographic, Lifestyle, People
Tagged Award, Celebrities, Emmy, Emmy's, Entertainment, predictions, TV
While checking the news this morning I ran into the article below. I always wondered how the experts on Wall Street are working and how they come to their predictions, forecasts and conclusions. I think I got the idea now. It would be cool if someone at CRT could tell me what happens on a Monday the 16th. With that info we all could take action today and have a good day at the beginning of the week, right?
In fairness, the guys at CRT acknowledged that there is nothing “fundamental” behind this. I am now afraid that their job might be in jeopardy, if their is nothing else to discover and write. Well, on the other hand, what would I comment about?
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