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Join New York Public Radio's Live Chat of the Academy Awards

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

An Oscar Award statuette. An Oscar Award statuette. (Getty Images)

On Sunday, WNYC will host a live chat during the ABC telecast of the Oscar Awards ceremony.

Special guests include Fresh Air and New York Magazine Film Critic David Edelstein, Salon's Senior Writer on Film Andrew O'Hehir, Managing Editor of Fashion for NBC New York Laurel Pinson, Studio 360 host Kurt Andersen, Fishko Files host Sara Fishko, WQXR hosts David Garland, Jeff Spurgeon, Kerry Nolan and Elliott Forrest, and the Movie Date team from The Takeaway (Kristen Meinzer and Rafer Guzman, Film Critic for Newsday).

Join the conversation at 8 P.M. on Sunday and see the winners so far here.

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Comments [7]

Cony Chan from NYC

What is up with the cameras, they barely show Oprah, just people in the audience, they did it when the women cam out for Bridemades too, held it on the audience. This broadcast is terrible although I am already weeping for Whitney and Liz, those we lost.

Feb. 26 2012 11:01 PM
Lynn J from Stamford, CT

What's up with the sound tonight?

Feb. 26 2012 08:48 PM
John Bollinger from Atlatnic Highlands, NJ

Neil Patrick Harris and Hugh Jackman were doing what tonight?

Feb. 26 2012 08:44 PM
David Garland

Hooray for the Hawaiian War Chant in Billy Crystal's opening medley

Feb. 26 2012 08:41 PM
Bill DelGrosso

What a wonderful night

Feb. 26 2012 08:04 PM
Rafer Guzman

Okay, does this mean I've joined the discussion?

Feb. 26 2012 08:03 PM
John Bollinger from Atlantic Highlands, Nj

The highlights are already over. The Dictator spilled the ashes of Kim Jung Il on Ryan Seacrest. Nothing will be better.

Feb. 26 2012 07:36 PM

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