LA Times & Oscars = Irrelevant & Wrong By Nikki Finke Editor in Chief February 27, 2012 7 Email LA Times Oscar coverage, Los Angeles Times Deadline.com Awards Jimmy Kimmel… This just in: North Korea Wants To Work With U.S. To Find Hacker; Obama Admin Asks China For Help – UPDATE Sony Hack: Guardians Of Peace YouTube Video Jeering FBI Sent To Journalists Sony Hack: ‘Interview’ Social Media Pulled; Billboards Coming Down In LA MORE This just in: HBO’s ‘The Normal Heart’ To Receive PGA’s Stanley Kramer Award Foreign Language Oscar Shortlist: ‘Force Majeure’, ‘Ida’ In; ‘White God’, ‘Mommy’ Miss Cut Foreign Language Oscar Shortlist: A Preview Of Possibilities, Part 2 You May Also Like: Dialogue Jennifer Aniston May Be On The Fast Track To Oscar As Awards Groups Shower Her… Jennifer Aniston won an Emmy in 2002 as Outstanding Leading Actress… Awards HBO's 'The Normal Heart' To Receive PGA's Stanley Kramer Award The Producers Guild of America has chosen HBO's The Normal Heart to… Flash Mob The People Magazine Awards Party Pics People Magazine got into the awards business with its first ever People… Flash Mob The People Magazine Awards Party Pics Gotham Independent Film Awards Party Pics Unbroken UK Premiere 2014 Governors Awards Party Pics Oh these ancient media outlets with all of their 100+ yrs of communications experience still cannot ‘fact check’. they were more concerned with linking to their site isn’t a major publication being wrong fairly relevant? If it was more important and relevant to people outside of the microcosm who actually knows who Jean Dujardin is and cares, yes. Oh please, get over yourself. So what… So what? It’s a factual error, of the most idiotic kind….that’s what. The LA Times is a major publication, and should never, ever make this kind of mistake. Maybe they did it on purpose, just to piss people off. Comments are closed.