The finalists’ videos ranged from simple stories of cats’ playtime antics to complex stories about cats’ creative imaginations, but in the end, “The Friskies” $15,000 Grand Prize for “Best Video” went to a story about a very happy blind cat, who enthusiastically uses his senses of hearing and touch to play like every cat.
The winners were announced and the Catuettes and prizes were awarded at a one-of-a-kind awards show in Hollywood yesterday by Friskies® to celebrate the art form of Internet cat videos and the best new cat videos of 2012. After months of searching and thousands of votes and views, Friskies named “Oskar’s First Toys” starring Oskar of Omaha, Neb., the first-ever winner of “The Friskies.” The Grand Prize winnings include an official Friskies Catuette, a $15,000 cash prize, and a year’s supply of Friskies® brand cat food.
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Janna Robinson, host of “Hollywood Hi-Tech” on the DIY Network, is offering tips and tricks for families like yours, helping you save time, stay organized and better understand how to incorporate the concept of “techorating” into your life.
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Solidifying her title as Las Vegas’s biggest star of the year with an elaborate event at The LINQ Promenade, tonight Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino headliner Britney Spears was presented with the Key to the City of Las Vegas’ iconic Strip by Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak, who also officially proclaimed Wednesday, Nov. 5 “Britney Day.” Additionally, Britney has announced new show dates for her massively successful Las Vegas resident show, “Britney: Piece of Me,” with tickets going on sale to the public Saturday, Nov. 8.
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LG and entertainment’s A-list celebrated old and new Hollywood glamour last night at the 14th Annual Young Hollywood Awards presented by Bing. Held at the historic Hollywood Athletic Club, LG Mobile sponsored the exclusive event to honor the accomplishments of Tinseltown’s up-and-coming film and TV stars.
Getting the scoop from celebrity attendees, LG Girl Stephanie Duchaine helped some of Hollywood’s finest keep their fans up-to-speed on the night’s events using the stylish LG Optimus Elite. Slim, fast and eco-friendly, LG Optimus Elite makes staying in touch while on-the-go easier than ever by offering an integrated Android, Google and social networking smartphone experience. With LG Girl’s help, guests were able to tweet and capture photos directly from the red carpet as well as the Young Hollywood Awards Pre-Cocktail Party Sponsored by LG.
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D Un-true Hollywood Story that Universal Studios didn’t want you to see. Deco Drive Producer, Ely Ferradas interviewed Will Ferrell during the Land of the Lost junket and
hilarity ensued. “Good skin is very important to actor Will Ferrell and he will do anything, anything to get his point across. As one intrepid yet lovely Deco producer can attest
Busted on www.biggreenlies.com! Men (and women) on the street confess their green lies at the premier of “Big Green Lies” television special produced by Seventh Generation, to be broadcast on Fine Living Network, April 22.
Volcanic Action host for Luxuria Music and Los Angeles native Domenic Priore has 20 years of experience in TV and film production. In college, he began his career by producing his own public access TV show, It's Happening!, a tribute to 1960's dance shows like Shindig! and Ready, Steady, Go!
Priore has worked as a writer and producer for Paramount Television, and has served as a source, fact checker, commentator, writer and/or director for several subsequent projects (including Rock 'n' Roll for PBS in 1995). Currently, he is developing a long-form documentary about Hollywood's famed Sunset Strip. Domenic is also an accomplished writer specializing in pop culture and music. He is the author of Beatsville (Outre Gallery Press), Smile: The Story of Brian Wilson's Lost Masterpiece (Sanctuary Publishing) and Riot on Sunset Strip: Rock 'n' Roll's Last Stand in Hollywood (Backbeat UK/Jawbone, June 2007).
He was the primary writer on the AMC documentaries Hollywood Rocks the Movies: The Early Years (hosted by Ringo Starr) and Hollywood Rocks the Movies: The 1970s (hosted by David Bowie). Courtesy of Domenic Priore on MOLI.com