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Oscars Relaunch Website: We Do More Than Just the Oscars

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"The Academy Awards is this wonderful, huge phenomenon, and you'd be hard pressed to find anyone who doesn't know what that is," Executive Administrator Ric Robertson of Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said. "In a way, that makes it difficult for us to let the world know all the other stuff the academy does." And that's why the Academy overhauled their website, which was released today. The websites about their upcoming Hollywood museum, edcucational programs, grants, their library and much more.