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FIRSTBORN CREATES 'EAT THIS' SITE FOR FOOD NETWORK
FIRSTBORN CREATES 'EAT THIS' SITE FOR FOOD NETWORK
January 30, 2006 –  NEW YORK - Firstborn Multimedia (www.firstbornmultimedia.com) has created Food Network's Eat This with Dave Lieberman, a Web site featuring interactive TV series for food lovers. The site launched in December and draws viewers into the world of culinary arts through an interactive experience.
CROSSROADS, HEADLIGHT TEAM ON 'COURTING ALEX' OPEN
CROSSROADS, HEADLIGHT TEAM ON 'COURTING ALEX' OPEN
January 30, 2006 –  LOS ANGELES - Crossroads Films (www.crossroadsfilms.com) and Headlight Design + Visual Effects (www.headlightnyc.com) recently teamed up to produce the open for Courting Alex, CBS's new show starring Jenna Elfman. The open was conceived, edited, and animated in only seven days.
MICHAEL NEITHARDT TO RUN STARDUST'S NEW YORK STUDIO
MICHAEL NEITHARDT TO RUN STARDUST'S NEW YORK STUDIO
January 30, 2006 –  NEW YORK - Bicoastal creative production company Stardust Studios (www.stardust.tv) has hired Michael Neithardt as its new senior producer. Neithardt brings with him film, television and theatre credits, and has worked with Stardust in the past on a freelance basis.
TROIKA REBRANDS GREAT AMERICAN COUNTRY NETWORK
TROIKA REBRANDS GREAT AMERICAN COUNTRY NETWORK
January 27, 2006 –  HOLLYWOOD - Troika Design Group (www.troika.tv) has created a new on-air identity for Great American Country (GAC), E.W. Scripps' 24-hour country music video network. The network's new look includes a redesigned logo, IDs, bumpers, promo toolkits for day & night programming, billboards, and a mu ...
MAD MAD JUDY'S HAMILTON CUTS 'BUZZED' PSA PACKAGE
MAD MAD JUDY'S HAMILTON CUTS 'BUZZED' PSA PACKAGE
January 27, 2006 –  NEW YORK - Ad agency Mullen recently called on Mad Mad Judy (www.madmadjudy.com) editor Steve Hamilton to post a compelling new PSA campaign for the Ad Council/National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration. The "Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving" campaign was produced by Epoch Films, wi ...
NEW ZEALAND'S DIGITAL POST TAKES SLEDGEHAMMER STORAGE
NEW ZEALAND'S DIGITAL POST TAKES SLEDGEHAMMER STORAGE
January 26, 2006 –  AUKLAND, NZ - Sixteen-year-old full-service facility Digital Post has switched to tapeless storage with the purchase of a Sledgehammer HD!O dual link storage system as the heart of the company's infrastructure.
ULTRABLAND DESIGNS ROBERT KLEIN PROMOS FOR HBO
ULTRABLAND DESIGNS ROBERT KLEIN PROMOS FOR HBO
January 26, 2006 –  NEW YORK - Ultrabland (www.ultrabland.com) designer Ryan Bramwell helped bring Robert Klein's boyhood back to life for a graphic package promoting the comic's recent special on HBO. The special, titled Robert Klein: The Amorous Busboy of Decatur Avenue, features Klein's reminiscences of growing up i ...
NTROPIC GIVES 'UNDERWORLD: EVOLUTION' GRITTY LOOK
NTROPIC GIVES 'UNDERWORLD: EVOLUTION' GRITTY LOOK
January 25, 2006 –  LOS ANGELES - Ntropic (www.ntropic.com) recently contributed CG, 2D effects and graphic design to Sony Pictures' feature film Underworld: Evolution. The effects studio, which has offices in both San Francisco and Santa Monica, provided over 90 shots for the film, including the entire main title sequ ...
LUMA CREATES VFX FOR 'UNDERWORLD: EVOLUTION'
LUMA CREATES VFX FOR 'UNDERWORLD: EVOLUTION'
January 25, 2006 –  SANTA MONICA, CA - Luma Pictures (www.luma-pictures.com) served as lead visual effects house on the new Lakeshore Entertainment/Sony Pictures film Underworld: Evolution. The studio created approximately 200 visual effects shots for the feature, including numerous fully articulated 3D creatures who i ...
DISNEY TO ACQUIRE PIXAR
DISNEY TO ACQUIRE PIXAR
January 24, 2006 –  BURBANK, CA - Robert A. Iger, president and CEO of The Walt Disney Company announced that Disney has agreed to acquire computer animation studio Pixar in an all-stock transaction, expected to be completed by this summer. The transaction is valued at $7.4 billion.

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