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SHE'S NOT DONE YET

Although some TV outlets have dumped Martha Stewart's programming, the Food Network isn't one of 'em. The cable channel says her cooking show, From Martha's Kitchen, will keep its regular time slot while they allow "due process to take its course." Translation: They're waiting to see if Stewart, a convicted (but still popular) felon, will do jail time. By the way, although Viacom has dropped Stewart's Emmy-nominated syndicated series Martha Stewart Living from its CBS and UPN stations, it continues to air elsewhere.

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Although some TV outlets have dumped Martha Stewart's programming, the Food Network isn't one of 'em. The cable channel says her cooking show, From Martha's Kitchen, will keep its regular time slot while they allow "due process to take its course." Translation: They're waiting to see if Stewart, a convicted (but still popular) felon, will do jail time. By the way, although Viacom has dropped Stewart's Emmy-nominated syndicated series Martha Stewart Living from its CBS and UPN stations, it continues to air elsewhere.