Going for those Emmys

Some solid examples of investigative journalism run on L.A. television -- we'd highlight them if the stations will email us about them -- but now good local pieces will get the chance to compete for national Emmy awards. Variety reports that Court TV's "Catherine Crier Live" will air investigative and legal stories produced by local stations, making them eligible for the national awards. (From I Want Media)

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