ED- The Eerie Digest is proud to present Esteban “Steven” Escobar, The publisher of Diversity News to all of our readers. Steven, you have become a Media Partner of ours over the internet linking some of the best news throughout the Film Industry. How did you originally get started in this field of media?
ESE- Well, I started to show interest in design, entertainment field since high school. I created a bilingual (English & Spanish) publication named News/Noticias. I got contributors and it was distributed free in high school and via U.S. mail. Later joined the Yearbook Staff as people editor during my senior year at U.S. Grant High School. When I graduated in 1994 I enrolled in Los Angeles City College and selected my mayor as Journalism. While going to college I was still running News/Noticias was distributed all over Southern CA. Well it was time to get a job, so I walked to this employment agency where I saw in this conference room the word “Diversity” I did like the meaning and in 2003 I decided to create a new company with a new vision, mission and values and the is when Diversity News Publications was born. Why publications, well while I was in college I also was running The Colleague the was distributed in College only. So by creating Diversity News Publications I would not limit the company to one publication. So the goal is to run couple publications to serve and targeting specific market or group, not only here in CA, the plan is to go national and then international. Diversity News (Revista Diversidad), a print publication was born in 2003 and distributed free all over Southern CA, via U.S. mail to different states. Thanks to the technology Diversity News Magazine stopped printing and in 2007 I register DiversityNewsPublications.Com a company in Washington have already register Diversity News. The was a website with different pages, but I was not happy, so in 2009 I decided to take it to the high level and hire a webmaster who gave Diversity News Publications a complete makeover. As you may see DiversityNewsPublications.Com coverage have been the best because we cover events and we write about them and the is what event organizers/publicists wants.
ED- Tell us about your entertainment company, Diversity News Productions.
ESE- Well, when I register the company I decided to register all other divisions and yes Diversity News Productions was created around 2003 to present and the is to start promoting events for our selves and clients. Diversity News Publications have been hired as independent consultant and makes the necessary arrangements to run a smooth event in partnership with event organizers and promoters. Also to do videos for our company and clients as well and share them online or via DVD.
ED- What aspects of the film industry does Diversity News follow closely?
ESE- Diversity News it is a consumer news magazine. Our intentions is to try to give the best to our readers, because do not forget we are also consumers. I personally do not endorse a product or service if it is not worthy their money or would not benefit them. Our readers are very important for us, that is why we want to have an open communication for them to tell us, if they like what they see or read and what changes they want.
ED- How does it differ from other newscasts of this nature?
ESE- Newscast, well Diversity News is an online publication, thanks to the internet (Lol). But we are considering also taking Diversity News with our division Diversity News Productions to be air on radio and TV in the future.
ED- Is there a certain audience that you target?
ESE- Oh yes, I think as publishers we must identify whom we are working and serving. Diversity News is targeting every one who it do not discriminate whom you are, your religion, sex, handicap, color. We are a publication the wants to be your friend, not trying to replace the bible but we want to be your friends for life and to tell other people about us.
ED- You also run Diversity News Printing Services. Tell us about the agenda of this service.
ESE- Great question, Diversity News Printing Services is another division of the parent company Diversity News Publications and yes we do it once a while print flyers and business cards for customers. We have over 10 contracts with major printing companies all over the USA. Basically this division needs more concentration and the is something I need to focus. Diversity News Printing Services makes profit for us then any other division of the company.
ED- We have been following your program on the net and noticed that you cover many charities and Red Carpet Events. Tell us of your involvement in these productions and the work that goes into it.
ESE- Honestly, I do not want to cover an event only because it is example: ABC birthday bash. Personally the event must be attached to a legit legal charity the will give back to the community. By covering charities events we feel we are giving back to the community. For your information since 2003 to present we created Diversity News#3960 or Team Diversity News#3960 for Aids Walk LA and we raise money the goes to Aids Project Los Angeles and other non profit organizations. We do events to raise money, we walk and I personally make donations towards the event. I can tell you the some charities founders are running organizations as their own business, but charities are public entities especially when you are asking the public for donations/money. Every time a charity wants me to cover or help on their event I check with the attorney general, secretary of state and registar office to see their status. I can share with you the some charities founders are pocketing the money and they are not distributing according to their purpose or mission. Even I can share with you the if you run a charity you can not have blood relatives working on it. I see all the times, but as long they do not take my money I would not say anything.
ED- What other events do you target?
ESE- The events the we target are basically news worthy. It is very important to know whom is running it, the venue, parking, how we will get treated. You know the as writers we do not make a lot of money or nothing at all in covering events, but we help people in their career by featuring them or their events. If a promoter or publicist invites me to an event and I have to pay cover charge or parking I would not cover it. Our policy is the we do not accept gifts, food, money or drinks from publicists unless other media outlets are consuming it. Let me also say the if a publicist wants their client on our site to be feature we will charge a small fee because it is fair for the artist/talent that their money is been invested in the right way.
ED- What other plans are forthcoming for your enterprise ?
ESE- A new makeover for DiversityNewsPublications.Com, get our company name, services and products in many readers and fans. As I stated earlier creating the Broadcast radio and TV news show. Also to be the publicist for more corporate companies outhere. Dealing with talent/artists is a nightmare. So my experience working as publicist for corporate clients is the best.
ED- Where do you see Diversity News going five years from now ?
ESE- Another great question. I just hope GOD can help me and the nothing bad can happen in my life. Been healthy is the main key and creating the right networking relationship with other media outlets, publicists and news makers and shakers. Also we want to continue writing our articles as much informative and be neutral at all times and as always write as a third person. We will create some controversy to get our readers attention and reactions. We follow The Associated Press Stylebook in our writings all the times.
ED- Steven, it has been a real pleasure to introduce you to all our readers. As our Media Partner on the West Coast, The Eerie Digest plans to work closely with you for many years to come and enjoy helping promote the Entertainment Industry with our reach around the world.
Editor’s Note: Article courtesy of The Eerie Digest Magazine. Original story can be found at http://www.eeriedigest.com/wordpress/2010/08/interview-with-esteban-steven-escobar/
On Wednesday, January 6, 2010, Life on Wilshire hosted the People’s Choice Awards post celebration party to benefit BrittiCares International Foundation.
Per Gith Public Relation’s agents, the purpose of this event was to raise awareness of children living with cancer and to help them survive one smile at a time. On this night, the event sought monetary, blood, and gift card donations to help Britticares with the programs that they offer to help sick children. The Good Life R&B Sensation Donnie Athens performed live at this event.
“BrittiCares feels the mission was accomplished, because we were able to create an awareness in regards to childhood cancer, the prevalence of the disease, the high demand for blood and marrow donors, the need for financial, emotional, and uplifting support, which are all accommodated by the programs and services provided by BrittiCares International.” Said Shirell Henderson, BrittiCares International Founder.
Per Shirell Henderson, Britticares International Founder, approximately $600 dollars was raised by BrittiCares through admission fees for the evening. They were able to get some blood donor-sign ups, and new volunteers which included sponsors for BrittiCares future programs and events.
“Approximately 200 guest attended, and some of the celebrities in attendance, were Demetrious Grosse, Pamela Hasselhoff, Haley Hasselhoff, John Marshall Jones, Martin Klebba, Kaki West, Up and coming R&B Pop singer Destenee (who sang a beautiful song personally written for her best friend that passed away from Cancer).___Media Outlets, Hollywood.TV, WTV, and Diversity News.” concluded Ms. Henderson.
The event was held from 9 pm to 2 am at Life on Wilshire located at 6311 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048
The event was supported and produced by W TV and Gith (GLOBAL INDEPENDENT TALENT HELP) Public Relations.
About BrittiCares International:
BrittiCares International is a 501(c)(3) organization committed to finding new and better ways to improve the quality of life for children who have been diagnosed with cancer, leukemia, and other serious blood disease. For more information about the organization, programs, and events, visit their website at http://www.britticares.org
Sources: BrittiCares.org and Gith Public Relations
Photos (C) 2010 By Diversity News Publications & EEEnterprises. All Rights Are Reserved.
Known as the loudest event of the year 2009 was full of fans, business sponsors and friends celebrating Rock Star B-Day Bash and Charity Phasion Show, for Tish “ThaDish” Roberts benefiting The Salvation Army. The event was held at the Hollywood Billiards on Saturday, November 14, 2009 from 9:00 pm to 2:00 am.
“Yes I do feel like I was able to accomplish my goal of bringing together a really “Diverse” group of people to come and enjoy each other without any prejudges. We literally had a multi-cultured crowd with various age ranges and sexual orientations. We all networked, sang, danced and supported our community by coming together for non-profit “The Salvation Army”.” Said Tish “ThaDish” Roberts, Actress, Choreographer, Personality, Host and Model.
Around 10:15 Tish “ThaDish” Roberts welcome her fans, sponsors and friends for coming to the event. Then she introduced DJ Noj, Mr. Munk and the sponsors.
Jody Banks-“ known as The West Coast Bombshell” was the first to perform and then follow by Ben Rombouts featuring Rodney Allen Rippey, The Martianz, Barris Kennedy Overdrive, Asphalt Messiah and D.I.E.
The fashion show was held from from 11:30 pm to 12:00 am, the fashion show designers were by P.H.unk X by Parris Harris, Heather Petrey and Afreaka creations.
The Raffle was hosted by Ginger Snappz & Beverly Fairfax. The cake was cut at midnight and the birthday song was sang. DJ Mr. Monk played from midnight until the end. Event co-hosts were Beverly Fairfax, Ginger Snappz, Ken Doll Johnson and Maryjane Green.
“321 Promotions” as a promoting partner feels like the event was a total success. We had approximately 150 people at the show. I know that time are tough, but I was glad to see that “Tish Tha Dish” Roberts was able to assemble such an “eclectic and eccentric” group of people from our own Los Angles community to come and help to support the non-profit, “The Salvation Army”. Said Rita Mar.
Per event producers during the course of the entire event they had about 100-150 people. The raffle generated a total of $345.00. The Salvation Army will receive a check for $155.00. The event have over 15 different sponsors for the charity raffle.
Some of the event sponsors were Well Connected Gear, 321 Promotions, Le Dame Footwear, The 5 Signs DJ Crew, Zena Day Spa, David Kahn Jeans and Beyond Belief: Honeymoon at Burning Man the movie.
“Rock Star BirthDay Bash and Charity Phasion Show,” was produced by Classy & Sassy Par Tease in association with Punk Mail and PhasionTV.
About The Salvation Army:
The Salvation Army, an evangelical part of the universal Christian church established in 1865, has been supporting those in need in His name without discrimination for 129 years in the United States. Nearly 30 million Americans receive assistance from The Salvation Army each year through the broadest array of social services that range from providing food for the hungry, relief for disaster victims, assistance for the disabled, outreach to the elderly and ill, clothing and shelter to the homeless and opportunities for underprivileged children. 82 cents of every dollar spent is used to support those services in 5,000 communities nationwide. For more information, go to http://www.salvationarmyusa.org
About Tish “ThaDish” Roberts:
Tish “ThaDish” Roberts, is known as a one woman entertainment wrecking machine. Have been performing, choreographing, and writing for over 20 years. Her career has progressed and expanded in the fields of modeling, standup, and voice over work. Tish “ThaDish” Roberts is feature on “In Coming2Hollywood Season 2” as one of the up and coming personalities and a cast member of “Ding Dong Show” at the Comedy Store in Hollywood every Monday night. Tish “ThaDish” Roberts is the Principal/CEO of Classy & Sassy Par Tease, a company available for your parties and entertainment events needs. For more information you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org for prices. You can visit her Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/tish.roberts1 You can add Tish “ThaDish” Roberts to your LinkedIN professional network with the above email address and follow her on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/TishThaDish
Editor Note: Diversity News Publications our parent company of Diversity News, a consumer news magazine was one of the event sponsors. DIVERSITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS is honored to feature the following photographers for their hard work. They donated some of the photos to Diversity News Publications sites and if you need to hire them please click on slide show for contact information. Special Thank you to Nelson Shen, Mohamed H. Aly and Francois Palais for the photos.
Recording artists united as one to perform at Hand in Hand Benefit Concert to help the flood victims of the Philippines
The recording artists the performed were Earl, Jezda, Kris Searle, Jael Gadsden, Fawn, Asha Puthli, Stuart Guest, Rob C and Arnold G.
“Arnold, thank you so much for all the work that went into organizing this. I also appreciate all the artists who pitched in and volunteered their talent. Wish I could have been there.” Said Tim Troutman, Executive Director of the Philippine Aid Society.
Per A&G Entertainment Productions they raised $508 and few bags of clothing and food. $500 can feed a village of people in the Philippines.
The event was from 9pm to 11pm and held at RAGE RESTAURANT & NIGHT CLUB, a popular dance club in the city of West Hollywood, CA.
“Hand In Hand Benefit Concert was a splendid evening of FANTASTIC entertainment. Clearly you poured your heart & soul into having everything turn out so well. You really got you…job done…. And, made a BIG difference for those suffering in the Philippines.” Said Tom Emberson.
First the artists took some photos on the red carpet. The show started with a montage video, produced by Brian LeBow, “Carry On”, song was on the background of the video which is written and sung by Arnold G. The Silk Sisters (Aeriel) were first to open the show, then Stuart Guest, Kris Searle, Jael Gadsden, Lotonius Earl, Jezda, Royalty hip hop dancers, Fawn, Rob C, Asha Puthli, Brake-Dancers and then Darion Movasseghi, drummer ended the show. The event was hosted by Elaine Lockley-Smith.
“Hand in Hand Benefit Concert – Typhoon Emergency.” was sponsored by A&G Records, RAGE, Parris Harris and Diversity News.
About Phillipine Aid Society:
Philippine Aid Society is a non profit organization which is organized to provide a variety of charitable services in the Philippines. They are a small organization and their management staff consists entirely of volunteers.For more information you can visit there website at http://www.philippineaid.org/
Photos are courtesy of A&G Records, Parris Harris and Diversity News. © 2009 By Diversity News Publications (www.diversitynewspublications.com). All Rights Are Reserved.
Los Angeles, California – Screen Actors Guild (SAG) announced on September 15, beloved comedienne, pioneering television producer, host, author and animal advocate Betty White, will receive the Guild’s most prestigious accolade—the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award for career achievement and humanitarian accomplishment. White will be presented the Award, given annually to an actor who fosters the “finest ideals of the acting profession,” at the “16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards®”, which premieres live on TNT and TBS Saturday, January 23, 2010, at 8 p.m. ET/PT, 7 p.m. CT and 6 p.m. MT.
In making today’s announcement, Screen Actors Guild National President Alan Rosenberg said, “Whether creating some of television’s most indelible characters, plunging into film roles with joyous gusto or perfecting the art of the quip as a television panelist and host, Betty White has entertained audiences with her impeccable comic timing and remarkable wit for more than sixty years. Her lifelong devotion to the welfare of animals, manifest in her work as an author, producer and philanthropist, is further evidence of her tremendous humanity and meaningful contributions in so many important areas. Screen Actors Guild is honored to celebrate Betty White’s extraordinary achievements over the course of an exemplary life.”
On the morning she was asked to accept Screen Actors Guild’s highest honor, White was headed to the set of the Disney feature “You Again,” starring Kristen Bell (as her granddaughter), Jamie Lee Curtis, Sigourney Weaver and Kristin Chenowith. Earlier this summer, White played Ryan Reynold’s scene-stealing Grandma Annie in the chart-topping Sandra Bullock romantic comedy “The Proposal.” She is currently heard in theatres voicing the elderly Yoshie in Oscar-winner Hayao Miyazaki’s animated adventure “Ponyo.”
Betty Marion White was born January 17, 1922, in Oak Park, Ill., the only child of Horace, an electrical engineer, and Tess, a housewife. The family moved to California when White was 2. After graduating Beverly Hills High School, White made her professional debut at the Bliss Hayden Little Theatre and landed parts in such popular radio shows as “Blondie,” “The Great Gildersleeve” and “This Is Your FBI.” Her first radio program, “The Betty White Show,” followed. Her big break came in 1949, when she joined Al Jarvis’ five-and-a-half-hour, six-days-a-week live KLAC-TV variety show, “Hollywood on Television.” Starting out as Jarvis’ “Girl Friday,” White inherited the show’s hosting duties for two more years when Jarvis left in 1952.
The same year she formed Bandy Productions with producer Don Fedderson and writer George Tibbles. Spinning off characters from a “Hollywood on Television” sketch, they created the domestic comedy “Life with Elizabeth,” White received her first of six Emmys. Syndication brought the program to national audiences through the mid-’50s. The series made White one of only a few women with creative control before and behind the camera in television’s early years. White went on to produce and host a daily NBC talk/variety skein “The Betty White Show,” garnering a Daytime Emmy nomination. Her second situation comedy, “A Date with the Angels,” premiered in 1957, then evolved into another eponymous comedy/variety showcase.
White’s sly ribald humor made her an audience favorite on the late-night circuit, not only matching wits with Jack Paar (more than 70 appearances) Merv Griffin and Johnny Carson (including many “Mighty Carson Art Players” performances) but also subbing for all three as guest host. Her clever spontaneity also earned her spots on numerous game and talk shows, such as “The Match Game,” “To Tell the Truth,” “I’ve Got A Secret” “Liar’s Club” and especially “Password,” whose host Allen Ludden she married in 1963 after a persistent two-year courtship.
When White and Ludden’s pals, actor Mary Tyler Moore and her producer/husband Grant Tinker, were casting about for a cloyingly sweet “Betty White-type” to guest star on their hit “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” they ultimately decided to go with the real deal. White’s 1973 guest shot as the saccharinely catty, man-hungry “Happy Homemaker” Sue Ann Nivens was White’s entrée into one of television’s most iconic ensembles. The role relaunched White’s acting career and earned her back-to-back supporting actress Emmy and then a fourth Emmy nomination.
After the series’ historic final episode in 1977, MTM created “The Betty White Show,” with White playing the second-rate star of a TV police drama. After its brief run, White guest-starred in the miniseries “The Place to Be” (1979) and such telefilms as “With this Ring,” (1978) “Before and After” (1979) and “The Gossip Columnist,” (1980), before breaking ground as TV’s first female game show host on NBC’s “Just Men.” Drawing on the lascivious persona perfected as Sue Ann Nivens, White earned the first and only Daytime Emmy for Best Game Show Host awarded to a female emcee. A second Daytime Emmy nomination followed in 1984.
1983 also saw White begin a three-year recurring stint on Vicki Lawrence’s “Mama’s Family,” reprising the role of social climber Ellen Harper Jackson she’d created in sketches on “The Carol Burnett Show” in the early ‘70s.
In 1985, at 63, White began what became the most lauded role of her career, the sweetly naïve Minnesotan Rose Nylund on NBC’s Saturday night hit “The Golden Girls.” White, along with co-stars Beatrice Arthur, Estelle Getty and Rue McClanahan, proved that great comedy transcended age, as did the series’ stellar ratings and countless honors including, for White, a first-year lead actress Emmy, six subsequent nominations and two Golden Globe nominations. She was to reprise the role of Rose on three other series: “Empty Nest” (1989, 1992), “Nurses” (1991) and “The Golden Palace” (1992–93).
In 1991 White starred opposite Leslie Nielsen in the romantic NBC telefilm “Chance of a Lifetime” and subsequently shone in a variety of series, including with Bob Newhart in “Bob” (1993) and as Marie Osmond’s mother in “Maybe This Time” (1995). She won her fourth Emmy for her guest starring self-caricature on “The John Larroquette Show” (1996) and earned more Emmy nominations for guest roles on “Suddenly Susan” (1997) and “Yes, Dear” (2003). She played Alfred Molina’s mother in “Ladies Man” from 1991-2001 and recurred in “That 70’s Show” in 2002-2003. A 2007 TV Land Awards parody entitled “Ugly Betty White” led to a subsequent guest appearance as herself on the spoof’s target, “Ugly Betty,” with White going head-to-head over a taxi with Vanessa Williams’ Wilhelmina Slater. Other television guest appearances include “St. Elsewhere,” “The Ellen Show,” “Everwood,” “My Wife and Kids,” “Joey” and “Malcolm in the Middle.” She has voiced animated characters on “The Simpsons,” “King of the Hill,” “The Wild Thornberrys” “Father of the Pride” and “Family Guy” and in the feature “Whispers: An Elephant’s Tale.” White’s more recent films for television include “Annie’s Point” in 2005 for the Hallmark Channel, “Stealing Christmas” in 2003 for USA “The Retrievers” in 2001 for Animal Planet,
With “The Practice” in 2004, White once again turned one-shot casting into gold. Her guest turn as conniving blackmailer Catherine Piper led not only to another Emmy nomination but also to a recurring return for White as Catherine on the subsequent David E. Kelley series “Boston Legal” (2005–2008). In 1999, White had guest-starred for Kelley on “Ally McBeal,” earning an American Comedy Award for Funniest Female Guest Appearance in a Television Series, and starred in his horror-film send-up “Lake Placid.” Her 2009 guest performance as the Crazy Witch Lady on “My Name is Earl” earned White her eighteenth Emmy nomination.
White returned to the big screen in 2003 in the comedy “Bringing Down the House,” opposite Steve Martin and Queen Latifah and appeared in this year’s “Love N’ Dancing.”Earlier films include “Hard Rain” (1998) with Morgan Freeman and Christian Slater; “Dennis the Menace Strikes Again,” (1998), playing Mrs. Wilson opposite Don Rickles; and Rob Reiner’s “The Story of Us.” (1999)
In December 2006, White joined the daytime drama “The Bold and the Beautiful” as Ann Douglas, long-lost mother of matriarch Stephanie Forrester (Susan Flannery). She has appeared 19 times since, most recently in October 2008.
White narrated network telecasts of the annual Tournament of Roses Parade from 1954 to 1974 and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade for 10 years.
Honors have been bestowed on White throughout her career. In 1976 she was awarded the Pacific Pioneers in Broadcasting Golden Ike Award and the GeniI Award from the American Women in Radio and TV. She was honored with the American Comedy Award for Funniest Female in 1987 and their Lifetime Achievement Award in 1990. In 1995 she was inducted into the Television Academy’s Hall of Fame. In 2006 she was profiled by the Paley Center for Media as part of their “She Made It” initiative honoring women creating television and radio. In August of 2009 she received a Career Achievement Award from the Television Critics Association. She was presented with a Disney Legends Award on September 10, 2009.
White’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame rests adjacent to that of her late husband Allen Ludden, who sadly succumbed to cancer in 1981.
White’s devotion to the health and welfare of animals has been a passion since childhood. She is president emeritus of the Morris Animal Foundation and has been a trustee since 1971. She first learned about the Foundation’s support of research studies to protect, treat and cure animals while creating, producing and hosting “The Pet Set,” the 1970-71 syndicated series featuring celebrities and their pets. She received the American Veterinary Medical Association’s Humane Award in 1987. A member of the board of the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association since 1974, she served as a Zoo Commissioner for eight years. In February 2066 White was honored by the City of Los Angeles with a bronze plaque placed next to the Gorilla Exhibit at the Los Angeles Zoo naming her “Ambassador to the Animals” for her life-long work for animal welfare. In 2007 Western University Veterinary School awarded her an honorary “Doctor of Humane Veterinary Sciences.”
Three of her five books directly connect to this passion: “Betty White’s Pet Love: How Pets Take Care of Us” (1983) and two co-authored with Tom Sullivan: “The Leading Lady: Dinah’s Story“ (1991) and “Together: A Story of Shared Vision” (2008). She published her first autobiography, “Betty White in Person,” in 1987, which was followed by “Here We Go Again: My Life in Television” in 1995. That life continues to unfold new chapters.
“The 16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards” will be produced by Jeff Margolis Productions in association with Screen Actors Guild Awards®, LLC. Jeff Margolis is the executive producer and director. Kathy Connell is the producer. JoBeth Williams, Daryl Anderson, Scott Bakula, Shelley Fabares and Paul Napier are producers for SAG. Gloria Fujita O’Brien and Mick McCullough are supervising producers. Benn Fleishman is executive in charge of production. More information is available online at www.sagawards.org.
About Screen Actors Guild:
Screen Actors Guild is the nation’s largest labor union representing working actors. Established in 1933, SAG has a rich history in the American labor movement, from standing up to studios to break long-term engagement contracts in the 1940s to fighting for artists’ rights amid the digital revolution sweeping the entertainment industry in the 21st century. With 20 branches nationwide, SAG represents more than 120,000 actors who work in film and digital theatrical motion pictures, television programs, commercials, video games, music videos, industrials and all new media formats. The Guild exists to enhance actors’ working conditions, compensation and benefits and to be a powerful, unified voice on behalf of artists’ rights. Headquartered in Los Angeles, SAG is a proud affiliate of the AFL-CIO. More information is available online at www.sag.org.
TBS, a division of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., is television’s top-rated comedy network. It serves as home to such original comedy series as “My Boys,” “The Bill Engvall Show,” Tyler Perry’s “House of Payne” and “Meet the Browns,” as well as the upcoming “Neighbors from Hell”; late-night series like the upcoming “Lopez Tonight,” starring George Lopez and “The Very Funny Show,” hosted by Tim Meadows; hot contemporary comedies like “The Office,” “My Name is Earl,” “Family Guy” and “Seinfeld”; specials like “Funniest Commercials of the Year”; special events, including star-studded comedy festivals in Chicago and Las Vegas; blockbuster movies; and hosted movie showcases.
About Turner Network Television:
Turner Network Television (TNT), one of cable’s top-rated networks, is television’s destination for drama and home to such original series as the acclaimed and highly popular detective drama “The Closer,” starring Kyra Sedgwick; “Saving Grace,” starring Holly Hunter; “Raising the Bar,” with Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Gloria Reuben and Jane Kaczmarek; “Leverage,” starring Timothy Hutton; “HawthoRNe,” with Jada Pinkett Smith; and “Dark Blue” starring Dylan McDermott. TNT also presents such powerful dramas, such as “Bones,” “Cold Case,” “Law & Order,” “Without a Trace,” “ER” and “Charmed”; broadcast premiere movies; compelling primetime specials, such as the “Screen Actors Guild Awards®”; and championship sports coverage, including NASCAR and the NBA. TNT is available in high-definition.
About Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.:
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company, creates and programs branded news, entertainment, animation and young adult media environments on television and other platforms for consumers around the world.
Betty White photo courtesy of Screen Actors Guild and SAG Awards.
He continue “As you may know we used to be a company homepage since 2007, now we are more “A Consumer News Magazine” featuring News, Entertainment, Features, Sports, Classifieds, Display Ads and much more.”
Diversity News is different publication that have branded its name with thousands of educated consumers, executives, news makers and the rest of the media. Diversity News goes to the field and cover events live and then write about it to share online world wide. The is why Diversity News is different and unique publication. Diversity News do not intend to compete with other established sites. They hope to work with others together to make mutual sites even better because there is always room for improvement.
Mr. Escobar concluded “I want to take this opportunity to acknowledge and thanks Rob Bledsoe of www.rapidnethost.com for the Design and excellent job with the brand new site. Also to his wife Christa Bledsoe, Editor of The Star Celeb www.thestarceleb.com for introducing me to Rob. I am glad I decided to work with Mr. Bledsoe.”
Diversity News Publications want to thanks many people and companies for trusting, allowing us with their media coverage. Also for welcoming us to their private and public events. Diversity News is accepting classifieds and display advertisements, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
About Esteban “Steven” Escobar:
He came to the USA at age of fourteen and he took advantage of all the opportunities presented to him. Now you are the judge of his whereabouts. The rest like they say is history with much more to come.
About Diversity News Publications:
Is a public relations firm specialize in Advertising, Design, Marketing, Printing & Public Relations who combines all sources in one.
Diversity News Publications parent company is E.E. and Diversity News Publications Enterprises who owns Diversity News Productions, Diversity News Printing Services, Diversity News Publishing, Diversity News #3960, Diversity News Magazine & Revista Diversidad. For more information visit web site at http://www.diversitynewspublications.com