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Daytime Emmys need a new home for televised broadcast

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The 41st annual 'Daytime Emmys' has been reportedly looking for a new home for it’s televised broadcast.

CBS Soaps In Depth has reported that HLN has stated it will "almost certainly not be broadcasting the show" they had televised twice in the last two years.

Albie Hecht, the network’s vice president and general manager, who has only been in the that position for three months told SID, “It’s fairly definite.” “I just want to put a pause on everything and figure out what we’re doing before we make any commitments. Shows like (the Daytime Emmys) need commitments in advance to plan and I don’t think we can make that commitment.” He then added in relation to NATAS’s search for a new TV home, “It’s only fair to let them look around and let them do what they need to do.”

David Michaels, who is the Daytime Emmy Awards senior executive director replied to this statement: “We are currently exploring other avenues so that the Daytime Emmys will have a broadcast home.”

Who will step up and bring us another year of televised Daytime Emmy’s?

Oprah if you want soap fans back it is in your court!

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