Thursday, September 2, 2010

NEWS: Alicia Minshew, Kim Zimmer, Source Interlink, Grahn

Kim Zimmer gives stage presence to Sudan atrocities
"I’d love to appeal, first of all, to people to come and see this production ("Lost Boy Found in Whole Foods") because you will not only be entertained, but you will be educated as well. We’d love to get as many people into the seats as possible so that we have a chance to raise awareness to these injustices that happen against humanity."

Alicia Minshew Adjusts to Life on Set After Landing New Role as Mom
"I have been in New York for 14 years, my husband owns three restaurants, our family is all on the East Coast and I live around the corner from the studio. Richie and I had it all worked out and then everything changed right in the middle of the most difficult time in my pregnancy. The whole thing just freaked us out. I am basically taking Willow away from her grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. Just that thought alone was huge in itself. We talked it out with our families and everyone agreed: I have a great job, the baby is small, she isn't in school, so do it now."

Source Interlink sells off division
Source Interlink Cos. on Wednesday sold its digital media distribution company, Alliance Entertainment, to focus on its magazine publishing and distribution business, executives said.

"In today's economy, you are much better off by focusing on your core competency, and for us that is magazines," said Michael Sullivan, Source Interlink's chief executive officer.

The Top 10 Viral Ads of All Time
Who's No. 1? Hint: It's not Old Spice, Nike or even Evian.

AOL, Google Extend Search Partnership
Google and AOL have agreed to stay search partners for the next five years. The two company’s announced on Thursday.

Nancy Lee Grahn addresses pregnancy rumors
"The rumors are true. I am pregnant!!!," Grahn joked on Twitter posting her "1st ultrasound."

DAMON L. JACOBS: Single Lady "Shoulds"
"By effectively communicating your truth to others, you get to experience deeper and more respectful relationships."

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