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How do describe your experience at Paramount Pictures over the last eight decades in 3-5 minutes. You don't. When meet A.C. Lyles for the first time, his story and story of how he progressed in the movie business becomes almost a movie in itself. We had the pleasure of listening to how he got his first job at Paramount as an office boy and later became a major influence and executive producer for dozens of movies. It shows how anyone can get into the business if you just set your mind to it. For all your insider tips on entertainment publicity, the media and social media done right visit www.MAYOCommunications**** be sure to click on the "thumbs up" button right under the logo, it takes you to MAYO's Fan Page (facebook****/MAYOPublicRelations****) or call 818-340-5300. Publicitymayocommunications****
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Laurel Whitcom, V.P., Marketing of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences talks about engaging her audiences at the ICG Union Local 600 EPPS Social Media workshop entitled, "The Integration of Social media into PR Campaigns."
Whitcom noted that you can now get an Emmy for Online TV Shows, too. She oversees marketing for the Primetime Emmy Awards, as well as publicity and PR for the Academy. She said the organizatoin is turning to social media and its public and membership only websites to help market the Emmys and convey the Academy brand. Whitcom began her career in TV at The Wlat Disney Company where she was the first publicity hire for The Disney Channel and helped launch that cable network.
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She oversees the Academy's new consumer focused website, Emmys**** and the redesign of the member focused website, Emmys.tv. Her focus has been on Online production of various live streaming events including Emmys Backstage Live and the continued new development of features such as ad integraton and celebrity/show page build out on Emmys**** This was the first season the Academy used social media for the events.
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As a clash on cash wages on in Washington, another battle is brewing alongside it- this one about the Environmental Protection Agency. The House will vote on a measure called the Energy Tax Prevention Act as soon as Wednesday. It could strip the EPA of the right to regulate gas emissions under the Clean Air Act.
Energy and Power Subcommittee Chairman Ed Whitfield tells CNBC - The bill is just one step congress is taking to limit the EPA’s power.
Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-KY): “Our legislation does not in any way impact the existing Clean Air Act from the stand point of particulate matter, ozone, hazardous materials, any of that, so this is simply prohibiting a power grab by EPA that they’ve never tried to utilize before.”
An editorial writer for the Asheville Citizen Times says- one blow to the EPA could mean an environmental unraveling.
“The major thrust is to ban the Environmental Protection Agency from any greenhouse gas regulation. That's bad enough, because it sets back any U.S. effort probably at least through the end of this congressional session.”
But the GOP and some Democrats say all the EPA regulations on carbon emissions are hurting businesses at a sensitive economic time.
Here’s Pennsylvania’s WJAC.
“Rex McQuade says the EPA regulations on truck engines alone cost 17,000 dollars more an engine since 2009. But that’s not all. To get these cans to the store and to your dinner table it takes one of these and to fill one of these things up it costs about 1200 bucks and with the cost of fuel going up it’s creating a domino affect of problems.”
The GOP argues if the proposed Green House Gas regulations go into effect, as they are set to in 2012, the cost for states to even enforce the rules would be nearly 23 billion dollars. But a writer for Times Union questions- can you put a price on fresh air?
“...the 1990 amendments to the Clean Air Act, already mandated by law, found that such regulations prevented some 13 million lost workdays in 2010...Come 2020, the EPA says, those laws will prevent an additional 13 million lost workdays, along with 160,000 premature deaths, 130,000 heart attacks and 1.7 million asthma attacks.”
Science Insider reports the likelihood of the GOP plan passing the Senate is grim and even if it does, President Obama will probably veto the legislation.
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Junior Wright was born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. At age 15, he became interested in acting and he pursued theater. He decided to put his dream on hold after a fatal car wreck nearly ended his life.
He went to school at UNC, Charlotte. While he was in school, he gave acting another shot and signed with a modeling and acting agency in Charlotte. In addition, he began to develop his dancing abilities which eventually caught the attention of people in his college and at his agency. He is a self taught dancer taking on Hip-Hop and choreography. Later, he took formal training to learn other styles such as ballet and African American dancing while in school.
At the end of his college career, Junior Wright came to Los Angeles after his agent in North Carolina suggested that he pursue acting and dancing in a bigger market. However, he decided that he wanted to be known as more than just an actor and dancer. Junior trained in opera as well as R&B. His vocal teacher noticed his natural vocal talent and told him to pursue music further. He also began to write his own music, which has led him to today with his first music video, “ Private Dancer.”
At age 16 he was involved in a serious accident on the freeway that nearly killed him in North Carolina. A vehicle “T-boned my car, and the Highway Patrolman said, ‘two more inches and you would have been dead.’”
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