The Awards Race Network is launched – AwardsRace.com
HollywoodNews.com: Hollywoodnews.com proudly announces the launch of its Awardsrace.com network, which expands with the addition of Awardscircuit.com as an exclusive content partner for the upcoming awards season.
With the 2012-13 awards season fast approaching, Hollywoodnews.com’s new Awardsrace.com network expands its reach by adding new affiliated sites. This increases Hollywoodnews.com’s social networking reach by involving multiple distribution platforms. From breaking news and video interviews to weekly podcasts, we have drastically increased our focus on the awards season.
The AwardsRace.com network is comprised of a cluster of awards-centric Web sites that will provide unique awards content. In addition to the increased traffic brought to all sites in the network, the cluster gives major studios and producers greater opportunity to highlight their award films and talents.
The Hollywoodnews.com’s “AwardsRace.com” network of blogs includes both well-established Hollywood insiders and emerging journalists. Sean O’Connell will continue to oversee awards content at Hollywoodnews.com. O’Connell is a nationally recognized film writer and critic whose writings and reviews have been published online at Fandango, Cinemablend.com, Movies.com, and in print at The Washington Post. He is a longstanding member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA), the Online Film Critics Society (OFCS), and the Southeastern Film Critics .
“I am honored to continue covering the annual awards race for Hollywoodnews.com, and am thrilled to be beefing up our coverage through the addition of like-minded awards Web sites like The Awards Circuit,” said O’Connell.
The Awards Circuit has been a well-established film site since May 2008. It is owned and operated by Clayton Davis. AC also has a top-notch staff of Oscar gurus, all from different parts of the world, all from different walks of life.
“The Awards Circuit is committed to bringing casual yet professional, unbiased awards coverage. We are a community where any ‘John Doe Movie Lover’ can come and indulge in the world of film on a daily basis. We encourage our readers to share, discuss, and participate their experiences as film-goers,” said Davis.
Davis, is a member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association, International Press Academy and Broadcast Television Journalists Association.
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