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"It's all television, whether people watch on a mobile device, a tablet or a flat screen," says Bruce Rosenblum, chairman of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Netflix has come of age, as Thursday's first Emmy nominations for the streaming service reflect the shifting landscape for TV viewing.

The service, which aggressively dived into original programming only this year, won 14 nominations Thursday.


I enjoyed the series and tend to look at it as the same. I did view it on my TV. smile.gif Might be a good trivia question in the future... who won the first streaming Emmy. Now if you want to beat up its HD quality I viewed it via the Windows 8 Netflix App at 1080p and 5.1 audio. Certainly not Blu-ray but looked as nice as many of my OTA dramas.

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