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Stars Give Back® – Ice-T, Kid Rock, Stevie Nicks, and Others – Veterans Matter

5/24/14 - (Comments Off)

Over a dozen celebrities and Cumulus Media have come together to help the innovative, Ohio-based Veterans Matter program kick off a campaign on Memorial Day […]


First Lady Michelle Obama: Bring Back Our Girls !

5/19/14 - (Comments Off)

“What happened in Nigeria was not an isolated incident. It’s a story we see every day as girls around the world risk their lives to […]


Carlos de Abreu: Founder of Hollywood Gives Back and Hollywood Film Awards

4/26/14 - (Comments Off)

DONATE TO YOUR FAVORITE CHARITY – DO SOME GOOD TODAY. The “Hollywood Gives Back®” Project – highlighting and assisting important local and national causes was […]


CBS to Broadcast Hollywood Film Awards

1/11/14 - (Comments Off)

CBS and dick clark productions announced today a multi-year broadcast television agreement for the HOLLYWOOD FILM AWARDS®, beginning in 2014. The event, founded by Carlos […]


The Hollywood Film Awards gala ceremony lit up the night with a star-studded turnout at its 17th anniversary show on Monday night at the Beverly Hilton

10/31/13 - (Comments Off)

The race is on. The Hollywood Film Awards gala ceremony lit up the night with a star-studded turnout at its 17th anniversary show on Monday […]


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  • Water Now Gathers Huge Support For UN World Water Day
    Water Now, a Cause Brand created by renowned philanthropic producer David Clark and in partnership with UN-Water’s World Water Day, today announced the overall social media voice exceeded more than one billion people at the time the clean water campaign ended on March 22, 2015. The Water Now branded Cause Flash launched on March 11th with an initial social m
  • Jeff Bridges To Perform At American Indian College Fund Gala
    The American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) has signed Jeff Bridges & the Abiders to perform live at its 25th Anniversary Gala, to be held Saturday, April 11 from 6:00-10:00 p.m. at J.W. Marriot at L.A. LIVE. This formal fundraising event will benefit Native American higher education and celebrate the College Fund’s mission to provide Native Amer
  • apl.de.ap Raises Awareness Of Vision Health In Canada
    Mediaplanet announces the distribution of its cross-platform campaign “Vision Health”, raising awareness about various vision health issues: how to prevent them; treat them; and live well with prevailing vision loss. The print component of “Vision Health” was distributed within March 26th’s edition of The National Post, with a circulation of approximately 16
  • Duchess Of Cambridge Sends Support To Child Mental Health Campaign
    The Duchess of Cambridge has sent a special message to The Times, calling for a new attitude on child mental health. “I believe that our generation of parents, carers, teachers, and health workers now have the chance to give the mental health of our children the focus it requires,” she wrote. “I feel strongly that young people and parents need to know that t

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  • Kercher's mother 'shocked' by Italy verdict
    Meredith Kercher's mother said she was "surprised and very shocked" after Italy's top court cleared Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito of her daughter's murder. Arline Kercher said the decision Friday by the Court of Cassation in Rome was "odd" given the pair had been convicted twice following the British student's kil
  • Amanda Knox acquitted of murder by Italy's top court
    By Massimiliano Di Giorgio and Eric M. Johnson ROME/SEATTLE (Reuters) - Italy's top court on Friday annulled the conviction of American Amanda Knox for the 2007 murder of her British flatmate and fully acquitted her in a surprise verdict capping nearly a decade of courtroom drama. The brutal stabbing of 21-year-old Meredith Kercher, alleged sex games an
  • About 4,000 fishermen stranded on Indonesian islands
    JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — The number of foreign fishermen stranded on several remote eastern Indonesian islands has spiraled to 4,000, including some revealed in an Associated Press investigation to have been enslaved.