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Three Networks Share 1987-88 Daytime Emmy Lead

May 13, 1988|DIANE HAITHMAN | Times Staff Writer

Robert Duncan McNeill (Charlie Brent), "All My Children," ABC.

Scott Defreitas (Andy Dixon), "As the World Turns," CBS.

Andy Kavovit (Paul Stenbeck), "As the World Turns," CBS.

Billy Warlock (Frankie Brady), "Days of Our Lives," NBC.

Ross Kettle (Jeffrey Conrad), "Santa Barbara," NBC.

GAME SHOW HOST

Alex Trebek, "Classic Concentration," NBC.

Bob Barker, "The Price Is Right," CBS.

Dick Clark, "The $25,000 Pyramid," CBS.

Vicki Lawrence, "Win, Lose or Draw," NBC.

TALK/SERVICE SHOW HOST

Phil Donahue, "Donahue," synd.

Oprah Winfrey, "The Oprah Winfrey Show," synd.

Sally Jessy Raphael, "Sally Jessy Raphael," synd.

Bob Vila, "This Old House," PBS.

Wil Shriner, "Wil Shriner Show," synd.

PERFORMER, CHILDREN'S PROGRAMMING

Fred M. Rogers, "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," PBS.

Pee-wee Herman, "Pee-wee's Playhouse," CBS.

Philip Bosco, "ABC Afterschool Special: Read Between the Lines," ABC.

Uta Hagen, "ABC Afterschool Special: Seasonal Differences," ABC.

James Earl Jones, "CBS Schoolbreak Special: Soldier Boys," CBS.

DRAMA SERIES DIRECTING TEAM

"As the World Turns," Paul Lammers, Jill Mitwell, Bob Schwarz, Maria Wagner, Joel Aronowitz, Michael Kerner, CBS.

"Days of Our Lives," Joe Behar, Susan Orlikoff Simon, Herb Stein, Stephen Wyman, Becky Greenlaw, Gay Linvill, NBC.

"One Life to Live," Larry Auerbach, Peter Miner, Andrea Giles Rich, Gary Bowen, David Pressman, Susan Pomerantz, Lisa Smith Hesser, ABC.

"Superior Court," Joe Behar, Hank Behar, Aviva Jacobs, Christine Magarian, synd.

"The Young and the Restless," Rudolph L. Behar, Frank Pacelli, Heather Hill, Randy Robbins, Betty Rothenberg, CBS.

DIRECTING, GAME/AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION SHOW

"The $25,000 Pyramid," Bruce Burmester, CBS.

"Wheel of Fortune," Dick Carson, NBC.

"Win, Lose or Draw," Richard S. Kline, NBC.

DIRECTING, TALK/SERVICE SHOW

"Donahue," Bryan Russo, synd.

"The Oprah Winfrey Show," Jim McPharlin, synd.

DIRECTING, CHILDREN'S PROGRAMMING

"Class Act: A Teacher's Story," Kevin Hooks, ABC.

"Pee-wee's Playhouse," Wayne Orr, Paul Reubens, CBS.

"Square One TV," Dan Smith, PBS.

"3-2-1 Contact," Ozzie Alfonso, PBS.

"What If I'm Gay?" Jeff Brown, CBS.

SPECIAL CLASS DIRECTING

"The CBS All-American Thanksgiving Parade," Michael Garguilo, CBS.

"Macy's 61st Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade," Dick Schneider, NBC.

"The 99th Tournament of Roses Parade," Arthur Forrest, NBC,

"The People's Court," Richard Gottlieb, synd.

"Un Ballo in Maschera," Kirk Browning, PBS.

DRAMA SERIES WRITING TEAM

"All My Children," Agnes Nixon, Clarice Blackburn, Lorraine Broderick, Susan Kirshenbaum, Kathleen Klein, ABC.

"The Judge," Ann Aikman, Greg Ross, Claire Brush Sasano, James Goldin, John Cox, Ron Hoffman, Brady Rubin, Kris Hansen, Mike Lyons, synd.

"Santa Barbara," Ann Howard Bailey, Chuck Pratt Jr., Linda Hamner, Gary Tomlin, Courtney Simon, Patrick Mulcahey, Frank Salisbury, NBC.

"Superior Court," Bill Corrington, Joyce Corrington, synd.

WRITING, CHILDREN'S SERIES

"Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," Fred M. Rogers, PBS.

"Pee-wee's Playhouse," George McGrath; Paul Reubens, Max Robert, CBS.

"Sesame Street," Christian Clark, Sara Compton, Judy Freudberg, Tony Geiss, Emily Kingsley, David Korr, Sonia Manzano, Jeff Moss, Cathi Rosenberg-Turow, Mark Saltzman, Nancy Sans, Luis Santeiro, Jocelyn Stevenson, Jon Stone, Belinda Ward, John Wiedman, PBS.

"3-2-1 Contact," Ozzie Alfonso, Larry Engel, Franklin Getchell, Ann MacLeod Hoffman, Susan Schwartz, Tish Sommers Rabe, PBS.

WRITING, CHILDREN'S SPECIAL

"Just a Regular Kid: An AIDS Story," Victoria Hochberg, ABC.

"Terrible Things My Mother Told Me," Chris Whitesell, John Alan Palmer, Susan Rohrer, ABC.

"What If I'm Gay?" Paul Cooper, CBS.

SPECIAL CLASS WRITING

"The 4th Annual Soap Opera Awards," David Forman, NBC.

"Scrabble," Jan Heininger, Deb Dittman, Richard Janaver, Gary Johnson, NBC.

"The Wil Shriner Show," Eugene Lebowitz, Will Shriner, Bonnie Burns, Dottie Archibald, Todd Thicke, Paul Clay, Barry Friedman, synd.

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