Moira Walley-Beckett was the first solo woman to win in her category SINCE 1994! Congratulations to her and the other female Emmy winners.
AFI announced a major expansion to its Directing Workshop for Women.
Working on your “scriptment” this weekend? (Yeah, I’d never heard the term either.)
After five years, Diane Sawyer leaves World News.
True Blood author Charlaine Harris enjoyed seeing her characters come to life—plot changes and all.
Comedic actor-writer Alison Rich becomes SNL’s newest writer.
— KELLY GLOVER
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