HillTop Records Awards Big Winners With Cash Prizes



Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 09, 2011

HillTop Records officially closed its First Annual Online Music Festival for Songwriters to new songs on August 31, 2011 and announced its prize winners on Labor Day. Eight songwriters will be receiving cash prizes for their new music, and one?Chris Blackmore, whose song ?As My New Life Begins? took home The HillTop Award?will have his award-winning song professionally arranged and recorded by HillTop. The first festival proved to be a major success, and a second one is already being planned for next summer.

Up-and-coming songwriters can enter to win at HillTop Record?s next Online Music Festival, in the hopes of following in the footsteps of this year?s big winners. Chris Blackmore actually won two prizes for ?As My New Life Begins?: The HillTop Award and The People?s Choice Award, worth $ 500. His song won the second award for collecting the most ?like? votes from listeners over the course of the entire festival. Joseph A. Data?s song ?All the King?s Horses? won $ 250 for being the most liked song in June, and Steve Euto-Mullis won a similar prize for ?The Master of the Sky? for the month of July. These songwriters took full advantage of the networking and publicity opportunities that the festival provided by linking their personal websites, Twitter and Facebook accounts to their competing songs?and it paid off.

Another top music prize went to G. Milton Luttrell, whose song ?Hilltop Rock? won the Best of Genre award in the Rock category. ?Full Moon? by Chuong Duong and Hai Pham took the top prize in the Pop category, ?I Give It Back To You? by Marx Clark won for Gospel, and ?Mystical Lady? by Perle Oliver was the winner of the Urban/R&B category. The Best of Country award went to Euto-Mullis? ?The Master of the Sky,? which also took home the Festival Blue Ribbon and the Grand Prize of $ 1000 for the Best Song of the Festival.

In light of the First Annual Online Music Festival for Songwriters? recent success, HillTop Records is planning to hold a second contest next year. Like the first, it will be free to enter. Changes and improvements will be made to make the second festival even better than the first. Suggestions from previous attendees and songwriters are welcome.

HillTop Records is constantly on the lookout for new avenues for songwriters. The company maintains a strong online presence, and songwriters under contract often benefit from having a Unique Songwriter Page that can be used for promotional purposes. Euto-Mullis called HillTop ?the label that records America?s songs and the company that truly is all about the songwriter.?

To find out more about HillTop Records? services, including how to win cash prizes at the next Music Festival, visit http://www.hilltoprecords.com. You can also follow on Twitter @HillTop Records, or catch up on the latest music industry news on HillTop Records? official blog.

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HillTop Records Awards Big Winners With Cash Prizes


Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 09, 2011

HillTop Records officially closed its First Annual Online Music Festival for Songwriters to new songs on August 31, 2011 and announced its prize winners on Labor Day. Eight songwriters will be receiving cash prizes for their new music, and one?Chris Blackmore, whose song ?As My New Life Begins? took home The HillTop Award?will have his award-winning song professionally arranged and recorded by HillTop. The first festival proved to be a major success, and a second one is already being planned for next summer.

Up-and-coming songwriters can enter to win at HillTop Record?s next Online Music Festival, in the hopes of following in the footsteps of this year?s big winners. Chris Blackmore actually won two prizes for ?As My New Life Begins?: The HillTop Award and The People?s Choice Award, worth $ 500. His song won the second award for collecting the most ?like? votes from listeners over the course of the entire festival. Joseph A. Data?s song ?All the King?s Horses? won $ 250 for being the most liked song in June, and Steve Euto-Mullis won a similar prize for ?The Master of the Sky? for the month of July. These songwriters took full advantage of the networking and publicity opportunities that the festival provided by linking their personal websites, Twitter and Facebook accounts to their competing songs?and it paid off.

Another top music prize went to G. Milton Luttrell, whose song ?Hilltop Rock? won the Best of Genre award in the Rock category. ?Full Moon? by Chuong Duong and Hai Pham took the top prize in the Pop category, ?I Give It Back To You? by Marx Clark won for Gospel, and ?Mystical Lady? by Perle Oliver was the winner of the Urban/R&B category. The Best of Country award went to Euto-Mullis? ?The Master of the Sky,? which also took home the Festival Blue Ribbon and the Grand Prize of $ 1000 for the Best Song of the Festival.

In light of the First Annual Online Music Festival for Songwriters? recent success, HillTop Records is planning to hold a second contest next year. Like the first, it will be free to enter. Changes and improvements will be made to make the second festival even better than the first. Suggestions from previous attendees and songwriters are welcome.

HillTop Records is constantly on the lookout for new avenues for songwriters. The company maintains a strong online presence, and songwriters under contract often benefit from having a Unique Songwriter Page that can be used for promotional purposes. Euto-Mullis called HillTop ?the label that records America?s songs and the company that truly is all about the songwriter.?

To find out more about HillTop Records? services, including how to win cash prizes at the next Music Festival, visit http://www.hilltoprecords.com. You can also follow on Twitter @HillTop Records, or catch up on the latest music industry news on HillTop Records? official blog.

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Reston, VA (Vocus) April 2, 2010

Wirefly, the Internet?s leading online retailer of cell phones and service plans, today announced the launch of its first ever Wirefly Blog Awards to recognize and reward the other sites on the Web that best help consumers stay up-to-date and well-informed about cell phones and the cell phone industry.

?Blogs have risen up to become a primary source for consumers who are looking to make purchase decisions,? said Jeff Gregory, Marketing Director for Wirefly.com. ?We wanted to identify those blogs that aid in educating and informing the masses, while at the same time recognizing the significant contributions even some smaller websites make to the online wireless industry.?

How to enter:

Wirefly.com is asking for consumers to nominate their favorite blog(s) in each of five categories. To nominate a site, simply post the name or URL of the blog in the comment section of the category page below:


Best Android Blog http://www.wirefly.com/learn/blog-awards/best-android-blog-2010/

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The Blog Herald Announces Judges for Christmas Blogging Awards










(PRWEB) December 18, 2004

The Blog Herald, the webs leading source of blogging news for bloggers, today announced the panel of judges for the 2004 Blog Herald Christmas Blogging Awards (http://www.blogherald.com/category/christmas-blogging-awards/)

With millions of Bloggers on the web posting about any number of things, the awards where first launched in 2003 to encourage bloggers to embrace the spirit of Christmas in the blogosphere.

Joining the Blog Herald’s editor, Western Australian Duncan Riley, are Trudy W. Schuett from Yuma AZ, a prolific writer of blogs and author of The Desert Light Journal (http://desertlightjournal.blog-city.com/index.cfm) and John Mudd of Largo, FL, well respected on the internet as the “Blogging Realtor” and author of the Inside Real Estate Journal (http://insiderealestatejournal.blogspot.com)

“In this fast paced world it is easy to forgot the Spirit of Christmas, and its importance as a time to celebrate, spend time with family and remember the important things in life” said Duncan Riley.

“This award plays its part in reminding bloggers that Christmas is not a foreign concept to the Blogosphere but can be embraced by all”.

John Mudd expressed pleasure at taking part, “The last thing I judged was a Miss Hawaiian Tropic prelimnary bikini contest, and while I would never complain about being surrounded by beautiful women, I expect judging the Blog Herald’s Christmas Blogging awards to be much more enthralling”

Riley also announced a small increase in the prize money with all categories now receiving a minimum of $ 10 for the winning entry.

“We may not have the richest of prizes nor the flashest of sites, but we do have the wonder of the Spirit of Christmas on our side” Riley said.

About the Blog Herald: The Blog Herald is the webs leading source of blogging news about blogging for bloggers. Started in 2003, the blog consistently rates in the top 300 blogs at daypop.com and maintains a loyal audience of industry players and aspiring and existing bloggers.

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Best of Blog Awards Cash Prizes Announced: Direct Sat TV










Southern Pines, NC (PRWEB) June 17, 2009

DirectSatTV, a leader in DIRECTV distribution, is proud to announce the beginning of their 2009 Best of Blog Awards meant to nominate the best of entertainment postings on blogs throughout the year. Nominations for the BoB Awards are currently underway and will end on July 15th, 2009. After the nomination period has ended, voting will open on July 22th, 2009 and end on December 1st, 2009. On November 1st, 2009 the front-runners for each category of the BOB Awards will be announced before voting closes.

Each of the 29 different BOB Awards category winners will receive a $ 50 cash prize. Of these, the 10 finalists will be awarded $ 100 for their success in the competition. The 3rd place winner will receive a total of $ 250 and the runner up will receive a cash price of $ 500 total. The grand prizewinner will receive a $ 1000 award based on the total number of votes received throughout the competition.

The Best of Blog awards are a first of their kind competition for entertainment blogs, highlighting the successes of smaller websites and bloggers that focus on television, sports, and movies. While the program also highlights major television-online providers, the financial awards are reserved for bloggers. Additionally, many of the awards target best Posts rather than entire blogs. Some of the best content is created by those who do not submit regularly, and we want to make sure those bloggers don’t go unnoticed. In an Internet age that celebrates the more popular sites, these awards will the less popular a chance to receive positive publicity for their achievements. These awards will celebrate creativity as well as a meticulous focus on detail and factualness in their research. Ultimately, though, the people will decide the best blogs in the best categories.

Nominations are open until July 15th, 2009, so go ahead and get your blog nominated. It’s the only way you can win.

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