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E! For Your Dose of The Emmys® Anytime, Anywhere

25 August 2014 For Immediate Release

E!For Your Dose of The Emmys® Anytime, Anywhere

Eonline announces award--winning multi--platform Emmys® experience with exclusive galleries Live From the Red Carpet and GlamCam 360, plus more digital coverage than ever before

AUCKLAND, NZ – E!, the ultimate destination for red carpet coverage, pulls back the curtain on this year’s 2014 Primetime Emmy® Awards bringing Kiwis the most comprehensive look online than ever before.

Eonline (www.eonline.com) is the only place New Zealanders can secretly tune in for 360 degree views of the red carpet with E!’s exclusive interactive GlamCam and updates on the can’t--miss red carpet moments from their desks – or wherever they may be – on Tuesday, 26 August.

E!Live from the Red Carpet hosts Guiliana Rancic and Ross Mathews, along with the rest of E!’s team of fashion and entertainment experts, will be on hand to ensure the most complete LIVE broadcast, online and mobile coverage of the event.

Plus, Kiwis can stay up--to--date with Emmys® news in the palm of their hands with the E!Online app for iPhone and Android (also iPad compatible).

The 2014 Primetime Emmy® Awards coverage is as follows;

Countdown to the Red Carpet: The 2014 Primetime Emmy® Awards
Premieres live Tuesday, August 26 @ 8:30am on E!, SKY Channel 011
Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Osbourne and George Kotsiopoulos get together to bring viewers all the scoop they need to know about television's biggest night: the Emmy's®!

Live from the Red Carpet: The 2014 Primetime Emmy® Awards
Premieres live Tuesday, 26 August @ 10am on E!, SKY Channel 011
E!'s Giuliana Rancic and Ross Mathews are back in action on the red carpet providing viewers with a front row seat to the hottest ticket in Hollywood this month: the Emmy® Awards.

E!After Party: The 2014 Primetime Emmy® Awards
Premieres live Tuesday, August 26 @ 3pm on E!, SKY Channel 011
E!wraps--up all of the biggest moments from the 2014 Emmy® Awards with hosts Terrence Jenkins, Catt Sadler, Kristin Dos Santos, Orly Shani and other special guests.

Fashion Police: The 2014 Primetime Emmy® Awards and MTV Music Video Awards
Premieres Wednesday, 27 August @ 9:30pm on E!, SKY Channel 011
Joan Rivers, Kelly Osbourne, Giuliana Rancic and George Kotsiopoulos break down all the fashion hits and misses from these two hugely popular star--studded events in a special 90--minute episode.

Where to download the E!Online app
o E!Online App iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/nz/app/e!--online-- international/id357982312?mt=8
o E!Online App for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rhythmnewmedia.androi d.e&hl=en

ENDS

About E!Entertainment

E!is the only global, multiplatform brand for all things pop culture.

Eonline delivers breaking entertainment news and in--depth coverage on television, movies, music, celebrities, fashion, beauty and lifestyle.

One of the fastest--growing, most influential digital properties, Eonline is a leader in online video and mobile and a leading entertainment brand across social.

E!'s "Live from the Red Carpet" signature events keep fans connected to their favourite stars on pop culture's biggest nights.

www.eonline.com

About Universal Networks International

Universal Networks International, the international channels division of NBCUniversal, is one of the world’s premier entertainment portfolios, delivering quality content and compelling brands to over 176 territories across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Asia Pacific.

The brands in the portfolio include Universal Channel, Syfy, 13th Street, Studio Universal, E!Entertainment Television, The Style Network, DIVA Universal, Telemundo and Golf Channel.

These unique brands deliver a full range of entertainment experiences to local audiences across the globe.

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