CMA Awards: Unmasked, Indoor Ceremony Raises Questions About COVID-19 Precautions, Producers Cite 'Extremely Diligent' Measures
Despite the near-absence of on-camera masks during the 54th CMA Awards ceremony Wednesday, the Country Music Association maintains that it was “extremely diligent” in making sure that the indoor ceremony, performed before a live audience, was held in a safe manner. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
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Ratings: CBS, Empire and Chicago P.D. Dip as CMA Awards Dominate Night
ABC’s presentation of the CMA Awards delivered 10 million total viewers and a 2.1 demo rating this Wednesday, down a good 30 percent from last year’s show READ MORE
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Guidelines? What guidelines?
The Country Music Association might have READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS