SOURCE: Motion Picture & Television Fund

May 06, 2008 14:03 ET

"Heart of Hollywood" Radio Show Launches With Celebrity Interviews, Entertainment News and Commentary

Hollywood Insider Joe Sutton Hosts Show

HOLLYWOOD, CA--(Marketwire - May 6, 2008) - Hollywood is the town where anything can happen, with new dreams born everyday. The spirit and glamour of Tinseltown are front and center on the new talk show "The Heart of Hollywood," hosted by legendary Hollywood player Joe Sutton.

"The Heart of Hollywood" is broadcast live and airs weekly on Saturdays 3:00-4:00 p.m. on KGIL-AM 1260 Los Angeles and AM 540 San Diego, the two largest markets in Southern California. "The Heart of Hollywood" is sponsored by InflameAway Celadrin.

Joe Sutton has a history in the entertainment industry that spans more than 40 years, and has worked with the biggest stars in the business. As a publicist, Sutton represented the likes of Bill Cosby, Burt Reynolds, Drew Barrymore, The Beach Boys, Jerry Seinfeld, Oprah Winfrey, The Doors and The Smothers Brothers. And as a manager, Sutton launched the career of superstar entertainer Neil Diamond. Sutton is the author of a book with the same name as the show, offering a glimpse into the life of someone who went "from Hollywood to hell and back."

"The show will give listeners insight and a new perspective on Hollywood through interviews with both the younger and older generations of stars," said Sutton. "We're going to talk with some of today's hottest celebrities about their projects, their lives and how they stay on top in the nonstop world of Hollywood."

Proceeds from the show benefit The Motion Picture & Television Fund, a non-profit organization founded in 1921 to provide "relief" for those in the film industry who had fallen on hard times. Today, 86 years later, MPTF is a major service provider supporting the health and well being of the entertainment community. Healthcare, childcare, retirement living and social/charitable services are offered with compassion and respect for the dignity of the whole person.

Publicists wanting to book their guests on the show should contact Steve Honig at 818-986-4300 or press@honigcompany.com.

Contact Information

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