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|Hard Headed Media is a boutique media and production company based in New York City, specializing in the development and production of content for multi media platforms such as television, film and digital online. |
Hard Headed Media: 347-558-4047
Loreen Arbus Productions
8075 West Third Street, Suite 410
Procter & Gamble Productions
|Procter & Gamble Productions (PGP) owns and produces two daytime serials for the CBS Television Network. As The World Turns and Guiding Light are the two longest running serials on the air today. PGP maintains an aggressive internship program for young people committed to a career in daytime television. In addition to producing over 500 hours of programming each year, PGP is active in foreign syndication worldwide and maintains strategic partnerships with several studios for prime time episodic production.
42-22 22nd Street
|Silvercup Studios is the largest independent, full-service film and television production facility in the northeastern U.S. The complex comprises a total of 17 shooting spaces on its Main Lot located at 42-22 22nd Street in Long Island City. Silvercup is has been home to HBO’s Sex and the City and The Sopranos and has hosted QVC’s home shopping channel, Q2, which broadcasts live, 18 hours- per-day. Over 400 commercials are produced at the facility each year including national campaigns for Wendy’s, Red Lobster, Old Navy, Victoria’s Secret, and MCI. Among the feature films which have been shot at Silvercup are: Godfather III; When Harry Met Sally; Romancing the Stone; Broadway Danny Rose; Working Girl; Sabrina; Great Expectations; Private Parts; Big Daddy.|
435 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10014
|@radical media is a commercial production company specializing in the integration of marketing within original content, across all formats of media.|
Chairman and CEO
1325 Avenue of the Americas
|RHI Entertainment is a diversified entertainment company with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Denver, London, Mexico City and Sydney. Recognized as the world’s leading producer of network movies and mini-series, the company brings high profile, family-oriented programming to audiences around the world.
Ana Carril-Grumberg, Executive Director/Producer
Ana is a Filmmaker/Executive Producer/Editor & Event Planner who has lived in over 15 countries growing up, and immigrated to America in 1981. She is tri-lingual (English, French, and Spanish). Since 2010, Ana has worked with Deepak Chopra as his Internet Filmmaker. See her film work of Deepak on Oprah.com. Ana leads a team of highly accomplished Filmmakers, Editors & producers, while operating a very successful paid youth training program in Film/Editing and Social Media marketing. Ana started her career in America, working with the likes of Denzel Washington, Geraldo Rivera, and former partner Bill Duke (Director of Sister Act II, Deep Cover, A Rage In Harlem).
888 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY 10019
|Hearst Entertainment, Inc., founded in 198, is the domestic and international television production and distribution division of The Hearst Corporation. It is a leading producer and distributor of made-for-television movies, first-run entertainment, reality and documentary programming, and animated series for the global marketplace.|
524 Broadway New York, NY 10012
|Scholastic Entertainment, Inc. engages in creating and distributing media products|
for children. It offers family oriented television programming, feature films, videos, software, video games, and Web sites. The company operates in three divisions: Scholastic Productions, Scholastic Consumer Products, and SE Distribution. Its Scholastic Productions division produces family entertainment, including feature films and television series; Scholastic Consumer Products develops programs that
maximize global awareness of the Scholastic brand; and SE Distribution creates and distributes children's merchandise, including plush and puzzles based on Scholastic franchises.
Technicolor-PostWorks New York
110 Leroy Street, New York, NY 10014
|With more than 95 years of experience in entertainment innovation, Technicolor serves an international base of entertainment, software, and gaming customers. The company is a leading provider of production, postproduction, and distribution services to content creators, network service providers and broadcasters. Technicolor is the world’s largest film processor; the largest independent manufacturer and distributor of DVDs (including Blu-rays); and, a leading global supplier of set-top boxes and gateways. The company also operates an Intellectual Property and Licensing business unit managing more than 42,000 patents.|
508 West 24th Street
|Metrovision is a New York
based Production Broadcast Service provider offering both an
extensive inventory of the latest broadcast television and presentation
equipment as well as a reliable and affordable turn-key solution
to any production situation.
|Jamie deRoy, President of Jamie deRoy & friends, inc., produces a bi-weekly cable TV show and a series of CDs. She was a producer of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at The Century Center, and also produced is original off-Broadway version. With Rick McKay, she produced the Emmy-nominated segment The Biggest Little Operas in Town for City Arts. Jamie is also one of the producers of McKay’s highly anticipated documentary, Broadway: The Golden Age. Jamie has earned a total of seven MAC Awards, four Back Stage Bistro Awards, CaB Magazine’s Lifetime Achievement Award and nine Telly Awards. She is President Emeritus of MAC, and was one of the first women to join the famed New York Friars
Phone: (212) 757-7571
M.Y.R.A. Entertainment LLC
|Founded and established in 2007 by Margarethe Baillou, M.Y.R.A. (Movement. Youth. Resources. Art.) Entertainment, LLC is an independent, boutique-style film production company based in New York City. Projects include feature films, television series, documentaries, short films and video art. Intended to contribute to the well-being of society, all projects are violence-free and aim to be of entertaining, inspirational and educational character.|
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