Markee magazine provides an excellent recap of industry activities, tax credit updates and happenings in the Midwest.
Archives for July 2010
Holographic televison – closer than you thinkDigital, high def, Blue Ray, 3-D and now holographic. This is a very interesting video about how holographic TV will work. Heads up to our state Eco-devo folks – communications technology is something we should be courting. Enjoy.
High Noon Entertainment is casting for HGTV’s “My First Place.” Looking for first time home buyers in St. Louis – fun, high energy buyers. Interested (and serious) first time buyers should visit the web site for more info.
Ideal candidates will be enthusiastic buyers with a great story to tell and a desire to share their experiences. Singles, couples and families are all invited to apply. Candidates who complete taping will receive a surprise housewarming gift as a part of the show and a DVD copy of their episode to document their first home buying experience. You may also request an application by emailing astoehrmann at highnoontv dot com
July 22, 5-10 p.m. at the Whitfield Center at Avila University.
11901 Wornall Road
Kansas City, MO 64145
The symposium is presented by Thomas Trenker, founder of the Institute for International Film Financing. There will also be several surprise guest speakers and venture capitalists.
Sent to MOMMA by Vicki Bates – President, Kansas City Women in Film
YouTube is rolling out its YouTube Partner Grants program, which will invest five million dollars to select new and emerging YouTube partners. The goal here is to provide small production companies and studios with the funds needed to produce high quality original content.
The money that is given via the YouTube Partner Grants program will be an advance on future YouTube revenue shares. In other words, this is less of a â€œgrantâ€ in the government or endowment sense and more similar to how the record industry works.
Eligible partners will be identified by YouTube and they will be contacted and invited to submit a proposal. Once proposals are approved, the funds are transferred to the partner and they can start using it to buy better equipment, hire new people and expand their marketing efforts.
For the rest of the article, here’s the link