An Emmy for Megan's Megan Amram isn't happy with an Emmy rule change apparently made in response to her nominations
The Television Academy announced it has adopted a “new vetting procedure to identify Emmy-competitive entries in the Short Form categories on nomination-round ballots. Panelists, randomly selected from a member pool, will evaluate these entries.” Amram, who earned two nominations for her Emmy-seeking web series, tweeted: "Do not let this headline get buried in the current news cycle: the Emmy Academy just CHANGED THE RULES that they now have to VET POTENTIAL NOMINEES IN THE SHORT-FORM CATEGORIES."
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