GLENDALE–Horizon 24 Hour Armenian Television will broadcast a special holiday program on Christmas day and New Year’s Eve. "The Eyes of Christmas," an annual telecast taping that has become a Hollywood tradition–features some of Hollywood’s top stars sharing their holiday memories–interwoven in a unique holiday movie narrated especially for the blind through a new process called TheatreVision.
Horizon’s New Year’s Eve special programming includes a two hour year-in-review highlighting people and events that shaped the world of Armenian-Americans in 2004. The special will also include an exclusive movie premier produced by Yerkir Media–Yerevan’s most popular television station. The movie–"Let’s Go & Return," is a story of two young Armenian businessmen who find themselves stuck in an old village on New Year’s Eve; though apprehensive at the thought of spending the evening with villagers–they nevertheless end-up encountering the unusual–to discover their rich cultural heritage.
The third part of the special will feature a concert with famous Armenian singers and entertainers from throughout world. The taping will take place Sunday–December 26 at 7 p.m. at the Alex Theater in Glendale. Those interested in attending the taping may purchase their tickets at the box office or by contacting (818) 415-0415.
Eyes of Christmas–airs Christmas Eve 12:30 a.m. and Christmas Day at 9:30 a.m.
The New Year’s Eve Special–airs 6 p.m. on Friday–December 31.