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MOVIE & HOME ENTERTAINMENT EXPERT BEN LYONS HIGHLIGHTS THE LATEST BLU-RAY/DIGITAL HD RELEASES INCLUDING GREAT MOVIES FOR MOMS FOR MOTHER’S DAY & THE BEST WAYS TO WATCH THEM
Ben Lyons is a Television, Radio, and Online host and producer who covers pop culture like nobody else. Each month with his DEN (Digital Entertainment News) segment, Ben highlights the latest Blu-ray and Digital HD releases and the best ways to watch them. Ben’s next DEN segment is Wednesday, May 4th and he will highlight some great movie gift ideas for Mother’s Day that moms can curl up and watch in the comfort of their own home. Ben will also highlight the other new Blu-ray/Digital HD releases and the best ways to watch them.
Ben Lyons is the lead host of IMDb’s Golden Globes and Academy Awards coverage, his movie reviews can be heard weekly on Mario Lopez’s internationally syndicated radio show, and his awards predictions are featured on Elle.com. Over the years Ben has worked as the film correspondent for E!, EXTRA, Oscar.com, and Yahoo!, covering every major awards show and film release. Ben’s latest venture is as chief correspondent and “voice of the fans” at Derek Jeter’s theplayerstribune.com. His duties include hosting the Tribune's weekly radio show on Sirius/XM, hosting his own video series in partnership with AOL called 'Real Fan Life', as well as a podcast of the same name, and moderating live streams and panels at NBA All Star Weekend, SXSW, and The Super Bowl. Born and raised in New York City, Ben is the grandson of legendary New York Post columnist Leonard Lyons, and is the son of film and theater critic Jeffrey Lyons. The Lyons family has been covering pop culture in American media for more than 80 years.
WORLD SERIES CHAMPION BERNIE WILLIAMS - SHERATON HOTELS & RESORTS LAUNCHES NEW ORIGINAL CONTENT SERIES WITH A SPOTLIGHT ON THE INFAMOUS RIVALRY BETWEEN NEW YORK CITY AND BOSTON
Sheraton Hotels & Resorts Launches New Original Content Series with a Spotlight on the Infamous Rivalry Between New York City and Boston
In celebration of its partnership with Major League Baseball® (MLB®), Sheraton Hotels & Resorts is launching a new original content series, “Rival Town Rundowns: MLB Stars Reveal their Favorite Spots for Fans Checking into Rival Territory," that will give MLB fans an unprecedented perspective on travel through tips and hacks from their favorite pros visiting a ‘rival’ city.
With more than XX baseball fans traveling every season to see their favorite team play in away games, Rival Town Rundowns seeks to give travelers the quick and easy run-down on what to do and where to go while staying in “foreign territory.” A five-part video series that will roll-out throughout the baseball season, Rival Town Rundowns will be hosted Jessica Mendoza and feature past and present MLB stars including Bernie Williams, Billy Butler, Matt Carpenter and Brandon Belt.
Bernie Williams will launch the content series on May 4th with his perspective on the infamous and storied New York City and Boston rivalry, giving the rundown on his favorite to-do’s when visiting Beantown. To give baseball enthusiasts a chance to get in on the action, Sheraton is also announcing the Rival Town Rundowns contest, where fans can submit their story on why they deserve to win the trip of a lifetime to see five of the hottest rivalry games in MLB this year.
Sheraton is the “Official Hotel of Major League Baseball,” providing guests effortless ways to stay connected to their favorite teams while on the road. During their stay, Sheraton guests have complimentary access to MLB.TV, the longest-running and most widely distributed live streaming service in all of sports, enabling out-of-market fans to watch every game live. Also beginning in Spring 2016, Sheraton will add MLB Network as a new in-room entertainment channel, giving fans access to games, highlights and analysis wherever they travel.
ABOUT BERNIE WILLIAMS : Bernie Williams played his entire 16 year MLB career with the New York Yankees. A center fielder, Williams was a member of four World Series Championship teams. He also won the Silver Slugger Award and American League Championship Series Most Valuable Player.