International Press Academy Announces 5th Annual Golden Satellite Awards

Jan 11, 2001, 00:00 ET from International Press Academy

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Jan. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- International Press Academy
 to hold Fifth Annual Golden Satellite Awards, on Sunday, January 14, at the
 Beverly Hills Hotel.  The International Press Academy's (IPA) 5th Annual
 Golden Satellite Awards honor artistic and technical excellence in motion
 picture, television and interactive media achievements from 2000.
     Don't miss the first major awards of the new millennium, honoring the best
 in film, television and multimedia from the first year of the new millennium.
 The International Press Academy, the largest entertainment press organization
 in the world, boasts a membership of more than 200 domestic and foreign
 journalists.  Each year, the IPA's Golden Satellite Awards honor outstanding
 achievement in the fields of film, television and interactive media.
     The International Press Academy today stands as the largest and fastest
 growing professional entertainment press organization in the world, with a
 membership of television, radio and Internet journalists from both the United
 States and abroad.  With its annual Golden Satellite Awards, it has pioneered
 new ground by becoming the first such organization to honor the achievements
 of multimedia and interactive artists alongside those in film and television.
     Nominees for a Golden Satellite Award can be found at the International
 Press Academy Site at:
     Nominees for the Best Internet site related to the Entertainment Industry
     Atoms Films
     About the International Press Academy.
     Formed in 1996 by industry veteran Mirjana van Blaricom, The International
 Press Academy (IPA) is both the largest and most diverse association of
 professional entertainment journalists in the world.  With a membership of
 over 200 working press representing both domestic and foreign markets, IPA
 membership reaches more than 500,000,000 people globally via major print,
 television, radio, cable and the Internet.
     Unlike other press organizations, The International Press Academy is open
 to all full-time entertainment journalists, both domestic and foreign, who
 cover the fields of film, television and interactive media.  In so doing, The
 International Press Academy is proud to be the first such organization to
 recognize the contributions of the internet industry alongside those of film
 and television.
     In keeping with this creed, the annual awards gala, honors the best in the
 fields of cinema, television and interactive media, finding common ground
 among all artists throughout the world whose aim is to entertain, enrich and
 enlighten, regardless of their chosen medium.
     The International Press Academy is a non-profit organization based in
 Beverly Hills, California.  For a detailed description of the IPA entry
 policies and other information, please e-mail us or contact us at the address
 and phone number listed below.
     Media and Entertainment Industry Contact:
     International Press Academy, Mirjana Van Blaricom, President, 468 N Camden
 Drive, Suite 334, Beverly Hills, CA 90210, 310-285-1756
     Internet Industry Contact:
     Internet PR Group, Roland Perry, 310-285-1778

SOURCE International Press Academy