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Friday, February 23, 2007
The Academy Awards ceremony is said to be the most highly wagered-upon nonsporting event in the world. PricewaterhouseCoopers, the accounting firm that has coordinated the Oscar vote for the last 73 years, oversees everything from mailing and counting ballots to guarding and distributing the envelopes containing winners' names. Secrecy and surprise are the key to this whole operation. The process runs like this - nominations are mailed out, received and counted at an unspecified location. Once nominations are made public, the Academy votes again and sends in their final selection just days before the ceremony –utmost secrecy is maintained herein.
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