ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT has won its second consecutive Daytime Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Entertainment News Program. After winning the first ever Emmy in this category last year, ET has once again taken the top honors. The 42nd Daytime Emmy Awards, presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced all the winners tonight from at the historic Warner Bros. Studios.
The foremost authority on breaking entertainment news since its debut, ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT is the No. 1 syndicated entertainment newsmagazine in the world. The show entered its 34th season on September 9, 2014. Over the years, ET has earned a reputation for covering the entertainment industry with a steady stream of news stories on celebrities, film, television, music, fashion, award shows and special events in a trend-setting, groundbreaking format. By virtually creating this genre, ET has paved the way for news outlets around the world to cover entertainment news.
ET has been the No. 1 syndicated newsmagazine for the past 97 consecutive sweeps: No. 1 among homes and No. 1 among women 25-54.
ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT is the pre-eminent multi-platform entertainment news brand, with a cross-screen portfolio that includes the #1 entertainment newsmagazine on television, averaging 5 million viewers daily, and the #1 outlet for entertainment news video online, delivering more than 75 million video views per month. ETonline is a top 10 entertainment news property, with 30 million unique visitors per month, while ET’s social audience reaches more than 70 million US users monthly.
Produced and distributed by CBS Television Distribution, ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT is hosted by Nancy O’Dell and Kevin Frazier and executive produced by Brad Bessey. Brooke Anderson, Nischelle Turner and Cameron Mathison are correspondents.
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