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Alloy Media + Marketing

Alloy Media + Marketing is an entertainment and media company that combines original content creation, feature production, and distribution to market media to the millennial generation.

Where Do You Fit in the Film Industry?

Consider for a moment the last feature film you saw in the theater or on Netflix, did you dutifully sit through the entire credit roll? Probably not. Somewhere, the negative cutter on Jurassic Park is crying inside.

Scenic Carpenter

Green screen sound stages and virtual scenery are becoming more prevalent in film and television production, but most productions—save for maybe some reality programs—still require the labor and skill of trained craftspeople to build the sets that complete the environment that the characters inhabit.

CBS Corporation

CBS Corporation is one of America’s largest media and entertainment companies, with divisions operating in the areas of film, television, radio, interactive media, and publishing, among others.

Lead Carpenter

Filming is an involved and complicated process with numerous teams working in collaboration to bring the several logistical and creative pieces together. The set construction process is a small example of that; many skilled craftsmen and women work diligently to complete pieces of a larger design that come together only through cooperation and careful planning.

NBCUniversal

The merger of two giants in the entertainment media industry gave birth in 2004 to the enterprise known as NBCUniversal. Under the new banner, the company owns and operates numerous television networks, motion picture companies, theme parks, and other media properties. Comcast purchased a majority interest in NBCUniversal in 2011.

ESPN

More than 30 years ago, Bill Rasmussen had the notion to create a television network dedicated to broadcasting sports programming around the clock. Radical and risky at the time, ESPN launched on September 7, 1979 and has become the market leader in televised sports.

NEP Broadcasting

NEP was founded in 1984 by Tom Shelburne and was formerly associated with WNEP-TV in Wilkes-Barre, Penn., prior to the television station’s sale to The New York Times. For more than 20 years, NEP has been a leading international provider of outsourced remote television production services for many of the world’s largest broadcast events.

Assistant Script Supervisor

Most film and television productions will employ only one script supervisor, but large projects can require an assistant to help shoulder some of the responsibilities of that position. This person is hired by the script supervisor and will support him or her in maintaining records and processing script changes during principal photography.