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While CBS has the most nominations amongst all television networks, the Disney/ABC Television Group is the most honored programming group with nominations for the ABC Television Network, Disney Channel, Disney XD, Syndicated programming, and more. The television arm of The Walt Disney Company highlights their nominations below:
ABC News’ “Good Morning America” won the week of August 27, 2012, ranking as the No. 1 morning newscast in both Total Viewers (5.386 million) and Adults 25-54 (1.969 million), according to Nielsen Media Research. “GMA” outperformed NBC’s “Today” (4.503 million and 1.817 million, respectively) by +883,000 Total Viewers and +152,000 Adults 25-54, scoring its largest margins over “Today” in more than 18 years in both measures – since w/o 5/16/94 and w/o 8/15/94, respectively. Additionally, Goodmorningamerica.com on Yahoo! is the dominant morning news website, leading NBC’s Today.com by millions of pageviews and unique users. In July 2012, 24 million people visited Goodmorningamerica.com on Yahoo!.

ABC Announces Hosts of ‘Emmys Red Carpet Live’

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Friday, August 24, 2012 3:41 PM EDT
Sunday, September 23 marks ABC's turn to host the "The Primetime Emmy Awards" (now in its 64th year) and in honored tradition the network will also be airing the pre-show, "Emmys Red Carpet Live." This year the red carpet festivities will be hosted by the network's Josh Elliott and Lara Spencer ("Good Morning America" and "Good Afternoon America"), Chris Harrison ("The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette") and Clinton Kelly ("The Chew").
"General Hospital's" Kelly Monaco (Sam McCall) is returning to ABC's "Dancing with the Stars." Monaco was the first winner of the infamous mirror ball trophy and helped launch the competition series into the hit it became. She joins fellow former "Dancing" stars as Kirstie Alley, Shawn Johnson, Drew Lachey, Apolo Anton Ohno, Emmitt Smith, Joey Fatone, Pamela Anderson, Helio Castroneves, Melissa Rycroft, Gilles Marini, and Bristol Palin.
Late last week, on ABC's "Good Morning America," an excited Cameron Mathison (Ryan) announced that the production company that licensed "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" from ABC this summer, Prospect Park, had started to contact actors from his show to negotiate. Today, Prospect Park revealed to the press that they have come to terms with not only Mathison but his co-star Lindsay Hartley (Cara) to continue with the 41-year old daytime drama online.
This morning on "Good Morning America," commentator and long-time "All My Children" cast-member Cameron Mathison (Ryan) announced that production company Prospect Park has officially started approaching the actors on his show with offers to continue on the new version of the 41-year old daytime drama that ends its run on network television on Friday, September 23. Mathison made it apparent that he is eager to commit to the show in whatever format it takes, but are his co-stars on board?

ABC Gives Final Nods to ‘All My Children’ (Updated)

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Wednesday, September 14, 2011 5:01 PM EDT
During the next week, ABC Daytime will take part in saying goodbye to "All My Children" which has been a part of their line-up since 1970. Following is details on the scheduled events which will include "Good Morning America" dedicating a special segment to the show and "The View" dedicating an entire airing to their former neighbors.
"All My Children" will end its network television run in just five weeks on Friday, September 23, 2011. The soap that houses the biggest name in the history of daytime drama, Susan Lucci, debuted on ABC on January 5, 1970. The entertainment industry is set to pay tribute to the show that left its mark on pop culture with several specials installments that fans will not want to miss out on.