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Dolby Laboratories and TheWrap host Panel Celebrating Artists in Contention for Academy Award Nomination for Best Original Song

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 11, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- On December 10, 2018, Dolby Laboratories and TheWrap hosted a panel celebrating artists in contention for Academy Award Nomination for Best Original Song, many of whom were recently nominated for GRAMMY or Critics’ Choice Awards.

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Dolby Laboratories and TheWrap host panel celebrating artists in contention for Academy Award Nomination for Best Original Song, many of whom were recently nominated for GRAMMY or Critics' Choice Awards. Names as pictured. Photo: Dolby Laboratories, Thom Brekke.

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Dolby Laboratories and TheWrap host panel celebrating artists in contention for Academy Award Nomination for Best Original Song, many of whom were recently nominated for GRAMMY or Critics' Choice Awards.

Photo: Dolby Laboratories, Thom Brekke.(L-R) Back row: Marc Shaiman, “Mary Poppins Returns,” Diane Warren, “RBG,” Scott Wittman, “Mary Poppins Returns,” Brett McLaughlin, “Boy Erased,” Phil Johnston, “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” Keegan Dewitt, “Hearts Beat Loud,” Drew Pearson, “On the Basis of Sex.”Front row: Sounwave, “Black Panther,” Boots Riley, “Sorry to Bother You,” Aoife O’Donovan, “What They Had.”

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Dolby Laboratories and TheWrap host panel celebrating artists in contention for Academy Award Nomination for Best Original Song, many of whom were recently nominated for GRAMMY or Critics' Choice Awards.

Photo: Dolby Laboratories, Thom Brekke.(L-R) Back row: Marc Shaiman, “Mary Poppins Returns,” Diane Warren, “RBG,” Scott Wittman, “Mary Poppins Returns,” Brett McLaughlin, “Boy Erased,” Phil Johnston, “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” Keegan Dewitt, “Hearts Beat Loud,” Drew Pearson, “On the Basis of Sex,” Jennifer Bowcock, Vice President, Global Communications, Dolby Laboratories.Front row: Steve Pond, Awards Editor, TheWrap, Christine Thomas, Senior Director, Worldwide Technology Operations and Strategic Initiatives, Dolby Laboratories, Sounwave, “Black Panther,” Boots Riley, “Sorry to Bother You,” Aoife O’Donovan, “What They Had,” Sharon Waxman, CEO and Editor in Chief, TheWrap.

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