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Canceled: Live chat with 'The Voice' host Carson Daly

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Carson Daly isn't simply the host and executive producer of "The Voice." He's the host and executive producer of the Emmy-winning "The Voice" -- and that's something to sing about.

Last year, NBC's hit singing contest pulled off a feat not yet achieved by its singing competition competitors by taking home the Emmy in the reality competition category. Can it hit another high note this year?

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FOR THE RECORD

The chat with Carson Daly has been canceled.

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Daly will visit the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday to take part in a live chat at 11 a.m. PDT to discuss the show's endurance.

Recently receiving nominations from the Critics' Choice TV Awards and the Television Critics Assn. Awards, "The Voice" is keeping its name in the buzz just as another competitor, ABC's "Rising Star," prepares to enter the singing fray.

And "The Voice's" roster of all-star talent is staying in the headlines as well -- it was announced this year that music stars Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams will join as judges in the fall.

We'll talk to Daly about keeping the show relevant and on top of its game. If you want to join in, tweet us your questions using #askLATimes and we'll pass them along.

Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times
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