Sunday, June 10, 2007

NBC Wants Rosie O’Donnell To Host Primetime Game Show-The Latest On Her Hurricane Katrina Project


Rosie O'Donnell who on Monday will be giving friends a preview of a new Arts Center she is opening on 45th St. in Manhattan, is being considered by NBC exec to host a prime time game show.Rosie is now being called "ratings gold"in theTV industry, due to skyrocketing ratings after her brief stint on the View. She is also high on the list of celebrities making donations to New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. At last count,Rosie was responsible for contributing at least one million dollars to the cause.

The Children's Plaza and Family Center in Renaissance Village, a FEMA trailer park in Louisiana, was an emergency response initiative of Rosie's For All Kids Foundation With the help of many local nonprofit organizations and for-profit businesses, all efforts were to assist the families displaced by Hurricane Katrina.(more)

Find Heavier Octaves' earlier report on this project here.

Stay tuned to our broadcast for updates on the Children's Plaza and Family Center and other humanitarian projects. Click on the following blog article for a review of hurricane ravaged New Orleans,including eye-witness accounts of the damage and suffering observed by this writer and others who traveled to the Gulf Coast on a mission last year:

Jan.13-More Pictures of New Orleans

Jan. 12-Photos of Devastation in Biloxi,Mississippi