The Pulse of Entertainment is a syndicated column written by columnist Eunice Moseley. It is published weekly here at www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com/column.html and at www.eurweb.com. It also appears periodically in The Baltimore Times, Hype Magazine, the North Dallas Gazette, The Buffalo Criterion, Profile Magazine, The Los Angeles Wave Newspaper, Crunk Magazine, The Houston Chronicle, Houston Style Magazine. The New Citizen's Press, The Washington, Informer, Quick L.A., and
a list of websites such as www.nmyhood.com, www.profile-magazine.webs.com/. In syndication it reaches an estimated over 1/4 million
readers a week (this # includes only The Baltimore Times and www.EURweb.com). Its website, www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com, currently receives an average 15,000 hits a week (www.Register.com statistical report as of May, 2011).
Moseley is president of Freelance Associates
(a promotions and public realtions/media consultant firm - www.FreelanceAssociatesInc.com) and Promotions Director (at-large) for The Baltimore Times (www.baltimoretimes_online.com). She started at the newspaper writing community feature articles in 1986 - when
she was first hired. She later became entertainment editor and eventually a columnist - now syndicated columnist. During that
time Eunice has interviewed a wide range of people in the entertainment industry (from Master P, Ne-Yo, and Ciara
to Spike Lee, Magic Johnson, Will Smith, Morgan Freeman and Chris Rock) and has reviewed and covered
many genres of concerts and red carpet events (from Janet Jackson and Usher concerts to the ASCAP, Golden Globes
and the NAACP Image Awards). Her interviews have been noted by interviewees as "like no other" and "inspiring."
"Eunice, just wanted you to know that Distinguished is singing your praises, and they really enjoyed being interviewed
by you." - Tamre Twyman/PC Public Relations
Her review quotes have ran on national advertising campaigns, such
as Starz Cable Channel's ads for the Martin Lawrence's "1st Amendment Stand Up" comedy series and Walt Disney's
"Princess and the Frog" animation movie release.
"I laughed and laughed until I cried. then I kept on laughing until I caughted myself
to death." - The Baltimore Times/Eunice Moseley on Martin Lawrence's 1st Amendment Stand Up series on
"Walt Disney does it again!" - The Baltimore Times/Eunice Moseley on the Walt Disney animation film Princess
and the Frog
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