Victoria’s Stars snags nom from BRIC

March 13, 2015 Anna Spivak
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A star of our very own has been nominated for her stars!

Victoria Schneps, this paper’s co-publisher, has been nominated to receive a B Free Award, for her cable television show, Victoria’s Stars.

Presented by BRIC, a not-for-profit organization known for arts and media programs throughout Brooklyn, the second annual awards ceremony will “celebrate the diversity and excellence in Brooklyn Free Speech Television programming.”

A Brooklyn public access network for the past 26 years, according to its website, BRIC provides Brooklyn residents with “an opportunity to voice their ideas to their community through Brooklyn Free Speech TV.”

Victoria’s Stars is a monthly show during which Schneps interviews prominent Brooklyn community members, local activists, business owners and leaders, and overall movers and shakers throughout the borough. From Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams to Lutheran Hospital CEO Wendy Goldstein, Schneps gets to the bottom of their success and always leaves the audience smiling with her shining, friendly and personable demeanor – just like a true star would.

The award winners will be announced on Saturday, March 21 beginning at 5:30 p.m. during a ceremony at BRIC, 647 Fulton Street.

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