Academy reveals which Oscar categories won't be televised live

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Ampas announces that cinematography and three other awards will be relegated to commercial breaks The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Ampas) has announced which Oscar presentations will not be televised live during its awards ceremony in 24 February. In a letter to the Academy’s members , the organisation’s president, John Bailey, said that the awards for cinematography, editing, live action short, and makeup and hair will be handed out during commercial breaks in the show, and that the acceptance speeches for the awards will be aired later in the broadcast. Bailey said the …

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