65th Primetime Emmys Interactive Media Nominees Reception #Emmys

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Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report and host, Paige Sullivan, were invited to come out to the Television Academy Interactive Media Peer Group 65th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Red Carpet and Cocktail Reception at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in Hollywood.

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About the Interactive Media Nominees Event
Hosts Rachael Harris (We Need Help), and Cheryl Hines (We Need Help), along with 65th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy® Awards Interactive Media Juried Winners Ashley Clements and the cast and producers of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries along with Benny and Rafi Fine (Fine Brothers) and Shira Lazar (What’s Trending) and Interactive Media Peer Group Governors Lori H. Schwartz and Seth Shapiro were on hand to celebrate the winners and nominees in this years Interactive Media Categories. For more information, please visit www.emmys.com, follow us on Twitter @primetimeemmys and like us on Facebook at Facebook.com/PrimetimeEmmyshttps://www.facebook.com/atasimpg

ITVFest Wednesday: My Favorite Screening: Olga Kay’s Circus

Much has been said about this video but speaking purely from my heart and love of the circus of old… I loved this video! I loved the creativity. First of all it has a simple premise… and can’t or shouldn’t be compared to the theatrical Cirque de Soleil of today. This took me back to my childhood (no, I won’t tell you how far back that is) but watching this transported me back to a place where I loved to be as a child, the special treat, in a big tent where wide-eyed children sat on the edge of their seats and waited for the next act… and where there were 3 rings… looking from ring to ring with open mouths in wonderment… and wishing we could do that!

Choicing your own destiny is the simple story line for this elaborately visual tale. This video reminded me of how simple life can be if we follow our dreams and do what we want. I can tell you that what I wanted to be growing up is a far cry from what I do today (and which I love)… however, if I were to have done what I wanted, would it have really been what I would have stayed with?

A few years ago I was in the Silicon Valley rat race as a marketing executive in Tech… and before that in Newspapers… and out of college, a medical technologist (yeah like the ones in the hospital labs that run tests on your blood etc…)…. and no, none of those were what I dreamed of doing (which was be like my Daddy, and carry a gun – Police). Seems Mark Gantt of The Bannen Way and I both had similar aspirations as kids. But my father, like Olga’s mother did not want that for their child. I will tell you that my father told me he never thought I would be a successful “career woman” and that was a huge compliment, not because he thought I would suck – but he just did not see that dream for me, and yet, it was a destiny that I would fulfill…

What are you waiting for… watch the video and explore your passions.

Oh yeah… there is ONE day left at the ITVFest… and YOU can go check it out. Don’t read about it go live it.

Here’s the info for ITVFest tomorrow… what are you waiting for? We want to see you there!!

One final screening at 5:00 – The Dojo, Hot on The Red Carpet and The Wine Guy Unplugged

Awards ceremony at 7, After party at 8.  This event is open to the public, but seating is limited. If you can’t be at 8000 Sunset Boulevard, you can still watch the awards ceremony live at http://www.stickam.com/itvfest Follow them on Twitter: @itvfest