Commercial Emmy Nominees Announced

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This morning in Hollywood, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences revealed the nominees for the 2002 Emmy Awards, including the six nominees in the category of Outstanding Commercial. The nominated spots are:

"Amnesia," a slapstick spot for Computer Associates from Y&R/New York and the Radical Media directing team Lemoine/Miller, in which a pair of executives knock themselves unconscious.

"Broadway Tribute," Visa’s post-Sept. 11 tribute to New York from BBDO/New York that paired footage from a previous campaign with Judy Collins' rendition of "Give My Regards to Broadway."

Joe Pytka’s "First Words" spot for Leo Burnett and Disney, in which a little boy gives his grandfather his copy of Peter Pan as a gift.

"Move," Nike’s Olympic anthem from Wieden + Kennedy and RSA’s Jake Scott.

Fox Sports’ Gold Lion-winning "Nailgun" clip from TBWA/Chiat/Day, directed by Harvest’s Baker Smith.

Anheuser-Busch’s "Out of Towner," a "Whassup" followup from DDB/Chicago and Hungry Man director Allen Coulter that features a slow-talking Iowan in a bar full of wiseguys.

The Emmy winner will be announced in September.

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