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Jessica Sanchez to Give Thanks To Troops on PBS’s Memorial Day Concert Special

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American Idol Final Runner Up Jessica Sanchez Is Proud To Give Thanks To The Troops In Her First Televised Performance After Series Finale On PBS’s National Memorial Day Concert
 
Jessica Sanchez give thanks to the troops on PBS’s National Memorial Day Concert broadcast live from the U.S. Capitol Sunday, May 27 at 8 pm. ET.
 
WASHINGTON, May 24, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — After an impressive showing at the finale of AMERICAN IDOL, sixteen-year old singing sensation Jessica Sanchez is honored to pay tribute to the service and sacrifice of all our men and women in uniform, their families at home and those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.

Recording Artist Gio Participates In Healthy Kid’s Day with YMCA!

Recording Artist Gio Participates In Healthy Kid’s Day with YMCA!



Recording artist Gio, known for her community involvement activities via her “Feed Your Mind Campaign”, participated in Healthy Kid’s Day with YMCA. The program encourages kids and parents to commit to keeping the body and mind active this summer. To continue, please click “MORE”!

Jennifer Lopez & Nuyorican Productions Announce New Youth Digital Series

 Jennifer Lopez Through Her Company
Nuyorican Productions & Believe Entertainment Group Announce New
Youth Digital Series “Tiger Beat Entertainment”

AOL & Cambio to Distribute Premiere Digital Series Featuring Young Adult & Teen Entertainment

NEW YORK, Sept. 30, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Jennifer Lopez,
her company Nuyorican Productions and Believe Entertainment Group
announce plans to launch a new digital video series entitled “Tiger Beat
Entertainment,” an all-new entertainment news and lifestyle show for
teens and young adults. The series will be distributed through and in
partnership with AOL and the teen and young adult platform Cambio and
will be produced at Cambio’s Hollywood studio. Believe Entertainment Group is a New York-based digital entertainment company.  Nuyorican Productions is a television, film and digital production company founded by Jennifer Lopez and Simon Fields. To continue, please click “MORE”!

Bring Jordin Sparks To Your School! (Contest – Ends Sept. 16th, 2011)

Bring Platinum Selling Recording Artist Jordin Sparks To Your School


SCHOOL WITH THE MOST ONLINE VOTES WINS PERSONAL SCHOOL VISIT FROM THE GRAMMY NOMINATED AMERICAN IDOL SUPERSTAR

SPOKANE, Wash., Aug. 23, 2011 /PRNewswire/ —

WHAT:
The lucky elementary school, middle school or high school that casts the most votes will earn a personal school visit from American Idol superstar, Jordin Sparks. Students will hear firsthand from the Grammy nominated, platinum selling recording artist what she has been doing since she won American Idol, get to know Jordin better—some of her favorite things, places and people, and listen to her recount how she spent the summer on a recent People to People Student Ambassador Program European adventure.
Students can enter the contest at www.p2pSparks.com/vote for a chance to win. Must be 13 years or older to enter. Open to legal residents of the contiguous United States. Limit one entry per person. Contest ends September 16, 2011. To continue, please click “MORE”!

Letters and International Calling Cards Donated to USO for Military Family Care Packages

Letters and International Calling Cards Donated to USO for Military Family Care Packages


DALLAS, Aug. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Teen Choice 2011 mega-stars Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift
were among more than 50 stars who wrote and autographed personal
messages to U.S. military families with loved ones oversees. Along with
the messages, MetroPCS Communications, Inc. donated $5,000
worth of international long distance calling cards to the USO’s
Military Family Care Package program, helping to connect families who
are separated by deployments. To continue, please click “MORE”!

Teen Sensation Stephanie Courtney Shoots Music Video | Kicks Off Anti-Bullying Campaign

Teen Sensation Stephanie Courtney Shoots Music Video

Kicking Off Anti-Bullying Campaign

New York, NY – July 13, 2011 – Vocalist Stephanie Courtney is a talented teenager who wants to touch others with her music and messages.  Along those lines, one problem plaguing large numbers of young people these days is that of bullying.  Stephanie is kicking off her anti-bullying campaign with the music video shoot for her new single, “Taken Over.”  “Taken Over” is about empowerment for young people facing the cruelties that take place in their lives. To continue, please click “MORE”!

Singer Trey Songz To Perform at Lifebeat BET Awards Fundraiser | June 24th, 2011

Trey Songz Performing a Special Acoustic Set at Lifebeat BET Awards Fundraiser, Friday, June 24th

 

— An official BET Awards event to raise funds for HIV/AIDS prevention and support —

NEW YORK, June 22, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — On Friday, June 24th,
BET Award winner and Grammy nominated artist Trey Songz will perform a
special acoustic set at Lifebeat @ The BET Awards 2011 at Playhouse
Hollywood. The event will be the first in a planned series of
fundraisers to occur annually the Friday night before the BET Awards.
Proceeds from the party will benefit Lifebeat: Music Fights HIV and the
non-profit’s HIV/AIDS prevention and support programs. The event is
hosted by Stephen Hill, President of Programming, Music and Specials at BET Networks and Kevin Liles,
Founder and Chairman of KWL Enterprises. To continue, please click “MORE”!

R&B Superstar Keri Hilson & Amber Riley Team Up To Promote “Battle for the Bands”…

Grammy Nominated R&B/Pop Superstar Keri Hilson

and “Glee” Star Amber Riley want Teens to Do

Something to Save the Music



DoSomething.org and the VH1 Save The Music
Foundation team up to activate teens on music education with second
annual “Battle for the Bands” contest

DoSomething.org and
the VH1 Save The Music Foundation announce today the second annual
“Battle for the Bands” campaign, led by celebrity spokespeople Keri
Hilson and “Glee”’s Amber Riley. Launching March 1st, the national
initiative mobilizes young people in the fight to keep music education
in schools. “Battle for the Bands” encourages teens to participate by
submitting videos about the importance of music in the classroom or by
launching local advocacy projects about music education. DoSomething.org
and the VH1 Save The Music Foundation will present the videos and
projects to members of Congress, urging them to keep comprehensive music
education in schools. Last year, over 90,000 teens participated in
joint music education campaigns launched by the two organizations. To continue, please click “MORE”!

Taco Bell Foundation for Teens and NBA Cares Award Karen Batani with $30,000 Scholarship at NBA All-Star 2011…

Taco Bell Foundation for Teens and NBA
Cares Award Karen Batani from Westminster, California With $30,000
Scholarship at the NBA All-Star 2011 TACO BELL® Skills Challenge


 

 

Five Finalists from Boys & Girls
Clubs in the Southern California Area Go Behind the Scenes at NBA
All-Star 2011 in Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — This past Saturday, Taco Bell Foundation for Teens’ Graduate to Go Scholars program and NBA Cares awarded Karen Batani, 17 from Westminster, California a scholarship valued at $30,000 after her NBA player, Stephen Curry
from the Golden State Warriors, claimed victory in the TACO BELL®
Skills Challenge during NBA All-Star Saturday Night presented by State
Farm.  Batani was one of five teens from Boys & Girls Clubs in the Southern California area paired with Skills Challenge participants who competed for their scholarships. To continue, please click “MORE”!

BET Urges Viewers to Help Save the Life of 10-Year-Old LJ Jones…

‘BET News’ and ‘106 & PARK’ Urges Viewers to Help Save the Life of 10-Year-Old LJ Jones Living With a Rare Blood Disease



Hosts Terrence & Rocsi Will Get Tested Live for the Bone Marrow Compatibility Exam, Wednesday, February 9, 2011 at 6 p.m.*

NEW YORK, Feb. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — On Wednesday, February 9, 2011, 106 & PARK
will get a unique visit from LJ Jones, a 10-year-old boy with a rare,
progressively fatal blood disease called hypereosinophilic syndrome.
This disease causes an excess of white blood cells to attack his organs.
Only 50 people in the United States
have been diagnosed with the disease and LJ has the distinction of being
the only child suffering from this type of Leukemia. Currently 83% of
African-Americans who need transplants never find a match. BET wants to
help change this statistic. On Wednesday, February 9, 2011 at 6 p.m.* in conjunction with BET NEWS and the Preserve Our Legacy organization, 106 & PARK
will make a direct appeal to its viewers to get tested and become
donors. Show hosts Terrence and Rocsi will take the bone marrow
compatibility tests in an effort to debunk myths surrounding testing. To continue, Please click “MORE”!

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