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September 25, 1992 | CHRIS WILLMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
At the second annual Environmental Media Awards ceremony at Sony Studios Wednesday night, the $500-a-plate industry crowd did some serious empathizing with the wildlife they were gathered to help preserve--specifically, with the crane , as studio honchos strained their necks in pack-like unison, looking for their limos in the long post-awards valet line. "In the spirit of the evening, we urge you to please car pool," invitations to the gala nudgingly requested.
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September 25, 1992 | CHRIS WILLMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
At the second annual Environmental Media Awards ceremony at Sony Studios Wednesday night, the $500-a-plate industry crowd did some serious empathizing with the wildlife they were gathered to help preserve--specifically, with the crane , as studio honchos strained their necks in pack-like unison, looking for their limos in the long post-awards valet line. "In the spirit of the evening, we urge you to please car pool," invitations to the gala nudgingly requested.
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October 2, 1991 | BILL HIGGINS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Hollywood, long famous for recycling plots, honored its more socially conscious environmental efforts Monday night. It was at a star-studded gala held on a soundstage at Sony Studios in Culver City that the first Environmental Media Awards were presented. Robert Redford gave the keynote address, and Diane Sawyer acted as emcee for the awards honoring television, film and music productions that promote environmental themes.
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October 2, 1991 | BILL HIGGINS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Hollywood, long famous for recycling plots, honored its more socially conscious environmental efforts Monday night. It was at a star-studded gala held on a soundstage at Sony Studios in Culver City that the first Environmental Media Awards were presented. Robert Redford gave the keynote address, and Diane Sawyer acted as emcee for the awards honoring television, film and music productions that promote environmental themes.
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September 26, 1991 | ROBERT EPSTEIN
If our polar caps weren't melting and our landfills weren't choking up, someone could get a few cheap-shot laughs out of Hollywood's most recent effort to save the planet. We're referring to Monday night's first (and possibly annual) Environmental Media Assn.'s awards program at the Sony Pictures Entertainment studio, the oft-recycled and retitled MGM lot in Culver City. First, there's Hollywood's symbol of power, affluence and fossil-fuel waste: the stretch limo.
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February 10, 1990 | DIANE HAITHMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"I'm already from another planet; I'm not anxious to leave another." Late Thursday afternoon, as news reports rolled in about a 300,000-gallon oil spill off the coast in Orange County, Alf, the furry extraterrestrial from NBC's comedy series "Alf," was taping this public-service announcement, to be shown on the network on Earth Day, April 22. Alf was encouraging viewers to protect their environment--before it's too late.
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April 21, 1991 | DANIEL CERONE
A year ago Monday was the 20th anniversary of Earth Day, and like a rainstorm to a thirsty gulch the entertainment industry flooded the market with environmental songs, messages, music videos and TV specials. In anticipation of the event, the entertainment industry sprouted an organization called the Environmental Media Association. The foundation was created and funded by the industry's movers and shakers to serve as an environmental research center and ecological guidance counselor.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 26, 1991 | ROBERT EPSTEIN
If our polar caps weren't melting and our landfills weren't choking up, someone could get a few cheap-shot laughs out of Hollywood's most recent effort to save the planet. We're referring to Monday night's first (and possibly annual) Environmental Media Assn.'s awards program at the Sony Pictures Entertainment studio, the oft-recycled and retitled MGM lot in Culver City. First, there's Hollywood's symbol of power, affluence and fossil-fuel waste: the stretch limo.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 10, 1990 | DIANE HAITHMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"I'm already from another planet; I'm not anxious to leave another." Late Thursday afternoon, as news reports rolled in about a 300,000-gallon oil spill off the coast in Orange County, Alf, the furry extraterrestrial from NBC's comedy series "Alf," was taping this public-service announcement, to be shown on the network on Earth Day, April 22. Alf was encouraging viewers to protect their environment--before it's too late.
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