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Podcast: Tom O'Neil, Matt Noble and Jonathan Cooke preview Emmys

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By Matt Noble
Sep 19 2012 18:36 pm
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GoldDerby chief Tom O’Neil sat down with senior editor Matt Noble and Jonathan Cooke to gab about the upcoming Primetime Emmy awards in the Screen Verdict Podcast. Throughout the podcast they size up the key races in a light hearted and fun way. They debate the merits of "Downton Abbey," dispel any confusion about a former U.S president being nominated, muse the success of "Modern Family" and talk about Jimmy Kimmel stepping up to host.

Click here to check out more Screen Verdict Podcasts and click here to go to Gold Derby's main podcast page featuring fiesty chats with other top award gurus and contenders.

 
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