NewsBites: 2010 Emmy Winners, Blackberry Bans + More

Modern Family and Mad Men are big winners at the 2010 Emmy Awards. [NYT]

India has said it will delay a ban on Blackberry devices for 60 days while it reviews proposals from the gadget’s maker, Research in Motion (RIM). [BBC]

Rafael Nadal needs only the U.S. Open title to complete a career set of grand-slam titles but says he will never allow it to become an obsession. [Reuters]

Paying for an unpaid internship.  The latest career trend. [Gawker]

Oxford University Press, the publisher, said Sunday so many people prefer to look up words using its online product that it’s uncertain whether the 126-year-old dictionary’s next edition will be printed on paper at all. [MSNBC]

Relatives of 33 miners trapped in a collapsed mine shaft far below in Chile’s Atacama Desert have been shown new video of the men in which they send greetings to the surface, show the space they are confined in and sing the Chilean national anthem. [NY Times]

USA Today, the nation’s second largest newspaper, is making the most dramatic overhaul of its staff in its 28-year history with 130 layoffs this fall. [WaPo]

Michael Brown speaks out on Katrina and New Orleans five years later. [Gawker]

A look at how Glenn Beck will profit from his rally in Washington, D.C. [Salon]

Find out where the major fashion designers will be during Fashion’s Night Out. [Fashionista]

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