Posts Tagged ‘ZillionTV’

Last night to much fanfare, Easy to Assemble Season II had its star-studded premiere at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.  There was a red carpet, bright lights, performance by Sweden’s next almost great band Sparhusen, a panel discussion, screening and party.  (Click for pics).  I was thrilled to be invited to cover the event live […]


Picture this, you walk through shimmery streamers and thousands of colorful balloons drop. Enticing expo booths beckon you to spin the wheel of wonder to win a flying monkey and purple light stick, and there is coconut shrimp galore.  That was Tu 6/2 the opening night of Connections: The Digital Living Showcase and Conference which wrapped […]


What a day!  LAGC on a roll, AO Hollywood a few blocks away, and in SF tonight the SF International Film Festival has Robert Redford onstage to screen Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid.  (On Friday, its Francis Ford Coppola).   If you’re in SF at 6pm tonight stop by the Castro Theatre for red carpet […]


NAB/The Guide

18Apr09

Here’s a rough guide on what Content NOW is covering at NAB this year.  The EXPO floor is open M-W 9-6, Th 9-2 and flooded with additional programming from exhibitors and pavilions.  As always, we’ll be live blogging via the WordPress iPhone app and will be tweeting tips and tidbits along the way. M 4/20 […]


March is not over by a long shot.  As many are just now starting to enjoy MIPTV and CTIA (with daily blogging/video from Al Gore, Billy Crystal, EQAL, Endemol, ZillionTV, and everyone in between) and others are getting ready for the upfronts and NAB, below is the month in review for events that just passed. Engage Expo […]


These days the pathway to fame and fortune begins online, and your fans are your financiers.  Stop shopping your script old school!  No better way to lollygag in a down economy than to create a killer franchise.  So this one’s for you my friends, the animator, screenwriter, and big personality…it’s never been easier to create […]


Yesterday, the weather was balmy and Grauman’s had blocked off Hollywood Boulevard in prep for the premiere of “The Cross.” The scene was so L.A. Across the street, TV 2.0 execs started to arrive at the Hollywood Roosevelt to strategize the course for the future of the medium. Ned Sherman, Digital Media Wire’s publisher, warmly […]