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Gracie Awards

The Gracie Awards celebrate and honor programming created for women, by women, and about women, as well as individuals who have made exemplary contributions in electronic media and affiliates. Presented annually, the Gracie Awards recognize national, local and student works. [1]

Contents

  • History 1
  • Categories 2
  • Participants 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

History

The Gracie Awards ceremony is presented by the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation (AWM). The awards are named after radio and television star Gracie Allen. Gracie was a successful comedienne, entertainer, entrepreneur and activist. As half of the Burns and Allen act, one of the most prominent comedy teams in American history, Gracie has been a role model for women in media and entertainment.

The Gracie Awards are divided into two days, a gala and a luncheon. The Gracie Awards Gala is a black tie evening affair and awards individuals in the national and mainstream arena. The Gracie Awards Gala has been regularly held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, CA. The Gracie Awards Luncheon, a more casual affair, honors local, public, online and student works and has been held in New York.[1]

Categories

These were the categories as of the 2014 ceremony.[2]

  • Outstanding Anchor - News or News Magazine
  • Outstanding Comedy
  • Outstanding Director - Entertainment
  • Outstanding Director - News
  • Outstanding Documentary
  • Outstanding Drama
  • Outstanding Ensemble Cast - Comedy
  • Outstanding Ensemble Cast - Drama
  • Outstanding Family Programming
  • Outstanding Female Actor in a Breakthrough Role
  • Outstanding Female Actor in a Featured or Guest Role
  • Outstanding Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy
  • Outstanding Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Drama
  • Outstanding Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a Comedy or Musical
  • Outstanding Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a Drama
  • Outstanding Hard News Feature
  • Outstanding Host - Entertainment/Information
  • Outstanding Host - Lifestyle/Health Program
  • Outstanding Host - News/Non-Fiction
  • Outstanding Interview Program or Feature
  • Outstanding Investigative Program or Feature
  • Outstanding Lifestyle/Health Program
  • Outstanding Morning/Afternoon Drive Personality
  • Outstanding On-Air Talent: Sports Program
  • Outstanding Online Host or Correspondent
  • Outstanding Online Producer
  • Outstanding Original Online Programming - Audio
  • Outstanding Original Online Programming - News/Documentary
  • Outstanding Original Online Programming - Series
  • Outstanding Original Online Programming - Standalone Video
  • Outstanding Producer - Documentary/Reality
  • Outstanding Producer - Entertainment
  • Outstanding Producer - News
  • Outstanding Reality Show
  • Outstanding Reporter/Correspondent
  • Outstanding Series
  • Outstanding Soft News Feature
  • Outstanding Special or Variety
  • Outstanding Sports Program
  • Outstanding Talk Show - Entertainment/Information
  • Outstanding Talk Show - News

Participants

Gala Hosts from 2005-2014
Paula Zahn, Megan Mullally, Lesley Visser, Giuliana Rancic, Niecy Nash, Maria Menounos, Patricia Heaton, Angela Kinsey, Lana Parrilla, Aisha Tyler

Gala Performers from 2005-2014
Gloria Gaynor, Miri Ben-Ari, Dance Times Square, Onyx, Elisabeth Withers-Mendez, Dwana Smallwood, Girl Scouts Chorus of Nassau County, Taylor Swift, Dianne Reeves, Melissa Pabon Dancers, Darlin Garcia, The Stunners, Macy Gray, Melissa Etheridge, Deniece Williams, Kimberley Locke

Luncheon Hosts from 2005-2014
Rene Syler, Roz Abrams, Nancy Giles, Kim Guthrie, Deborah Norville, Moll Anderson

Caring is Sexy Award
Angie Harmon, Giuliana Rancic

Dove Real Beauty Award
Shaun Robinson, Jessica Simpson, Amy Poehler, Lisa Ling, Joy Behar, Linda Ellerbee, Gayle King

See also

References

  1. ^ a b The Gracie Awards
  2. ^ http://allwomeninmedia.org/node/581

External links

  • Official site
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