Grand Rapids, MI. – Michigan Senator Bill Hardiman has accepted an appointment to the Board of Directors of the Grand Rapids based, Dove Foundation, effective on January 18, 2008. The foundation is a national nonprofit organization widely known for its successes in getting Hollywood to release more wholesome movies and DVDs.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Tara Powers Lambert, Edwards & Associates 616.233.0500 [email protected] Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment Announces Partnership with The Dove Foundation Fox Introduces Faith & Family Approved Movies “Everyone Can Enjoy” GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., October 26, 2005 – Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and The Dove Foundation today announced a partnership to make […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Tara Powers Lambert, Edwards & Associates 616.233.0500 [email protected] Dove Foundation Study Shows G-Rated Films Still Get Greatest Profits Grand Rapids, Mich., June 07, 2005 – A new, 15-year study released today examining the profitability of films based on their Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) ratings reveals G-rated films continue to […]
By Scott Rolfe – Communication’s Director, The Dove Foundation One of the advantages of being the Communications Director at The Dove Foundation is that I get to review any new technologies being introduced to help families enjoy entertainment without gratuitous sex, language or violence. One such product that has appeared recently is an RCA DVD […]
Dove Foundation Awards New Line Cinema’s Edited Movies their Seal of Approval. May 2001, Grand Rapids, Mich. (EP) — There’s good news for every movie fan who’s ever watched a film with one or two offensive elements and thought, “Why’d they put that in there?” The Dove Foundation, an advocacy group for wholesome family entertainment, […]