Hollywood production duo Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, a top price achieved when gay and lesbian watchdog group GLAAD announces the 23rd Annual Media Awards on the month of March said the group Thursday.
Zadan as well as Meron, who are respectively film as well as television producers of such films which are the Oscar winners announced as "Hairspray," "Chicago," "Smash" which is the latest musical TV show that can be nominated for the Vito Russo Award, after GLAAD's founders was named on 24rth March’s ceremony across New York.
The New York ceremony is going to be run by Naya Rivera and the Glee Cory Monteith. Add it to a scene, Harvey Weinstein is the guy who will perform his high-school student Katy Butler, which is also known as a special award as a signal for her anti-bullying work.
"With most of their works, Meron and Zadan both were leading in some of the stories about the LGBT group," Lesbian Alliance and Gay against their Defamation said with a statement, referring to such TV films such as "What makes a family" and "Serving in Silence which is about the Margarethe Cammermeyer Story."
Your latest series called as "Smash" has a typical gay character, which was noted by GLAAD. The price at that Bernadette Peters, a famous actress, who will be awarded with a catchy, has been a strong part for the professional of gay media, the strong contribution to promoting LGBT for equal rights, said GLAAD.
Some of the other award winners announced Thursday including the producer and writer of "Grey's Anatomy," Shonda Rhimes, who became the winner of the Golden Gate Award. Moreover, Wells Fargo will be the strong candidate for Corporate Leader Award as well as Facebook, the most engaged social media site, which will be getting a special reputed award.
All of those 3 will be added to the group San Francisco second ceremony in June will be presented.
Facebook was targeted for his strong support and guidance for bullying restriction.
There are some more members such as "Jersey Shore" member Vinny Guadagnino, Martha Plimpton, Dakota Fanning voices, Padma Lakshmi and Carson Kressley were also invited to appear in New York exhibition.