Academy Awards Sticking With Late-February Broadcast Date–For Now

Oct 14, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Two weeks after news leaked that the Academy Awards were contemplating a date change for the 2012 Oscars broadcast, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has decided to stick with the current late-February date for now, the Los Angeles Times reports.

The academy may still switch the date for 2013, as this statement from the organization explains: "A different date still remains a possibility in subsequent years, and the academy’s staff and board will continue to evaluate the advantages and challenges associated with such a change."

A move to late January or early February has been under consideration by the Academy, based in part on falling TV ratings. One advantage of such a move would be to steal the thunder of some of the many other awards ceremonies taking place around that time of year. The 2011 ceremony is scheduled for Feb. 27.


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