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Twitter Is Set To Become Part of the Emmys



    NEW YORK - MAY 12: TV personality Jimmy Fallon poses at a press conference for the NBC Universal Experience at Top of the Rock on May 12, 2008 in New York City. (Photo by Jason Kempin/WireImage)

    Jimmy Fallon wants your tweet to be part of the Emmy Awards.

          Fallon, host of the ceremony on NBC, said Friday the public will get to submit an introduction through Twitter for up to 15 Emmy presenters. Fallon will read the best one as each presenter comes on stage.
    Starting Wednesday, a list of the presenters involved will be posted at NBC's website, along with a link to the San Francisco-based Twitter to enter suggested introductions.
    Previously announced presenters include nominees Matthew Morrison of "Glee" and Jon Hamm and January Jones of "Man Men."
    The Emmys air Sunday, Aug. 29, live on NBC at 8 p.m. EDT.