Free Tickets to Public Enemy 8/19, 9pm,The Regency, S. F.; Z-Trip, De La Soul 8/20 9pm The Warfield, S. F.; VERSUS, NBC Sports Airs Special Encore Presentation of Emmy Awards Nominated "Out. The Glenn Burke Story"; Entertainment Jobs Aug-Sept. 2011

SSM

7633 Sunkist Drive, Oakland CA  94605-3032
(510) 394-4501,  Fax (510) 638-8889
https://Superstarmanagement.com
https://Ex-Why.com
Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation
Join the Superstars Entertainment and Sports Network
Abdul-Jalil’s Haas School of Business Profile
Ziggs Profile of Abdul-Jalil
Linked In Profile on Abdul-Jalil
Abdul-Jalil on Twitter: @ajalil
Thanks You from Arch Bishop Joel Jeune to Abdul-Jalil
Abdul-Jalil’s “ooVoo” Video Chat Room
iPhone 4 FaceTime: (510) 394-4501
AIM, Video Chat Screen Name:  jalil@superstarmanagement.com
Skype Video Chat Screen Contact Name: Superstarmanagement
Portrait of Abdul-Jalil by Artist Buford Delaney in Paris, France
Articles on Abdul-Jalil
: The Man Who Turns Hits Into Million$, One Special CaseESPN Bostock 5th & Jackson TV Special Part 1, and Part 2ESPN Bostock Magazine Special, the “al-Hakim Tax Code Ruling”, Smart Agent, Busy Agent, Dellums for Mayor, Hip Hop’s Islamic Influence, 1979 National BALSA ConferenceOakland Police Officers Arrested for Computer Store Burglaries, Police Found Guilty in Burglaries, Police Officers Sentenced for Burglaries,
Email Abdul-Jalil here


You can click on any highlighted word to view or download that item
FREE tickets to the Public Enemy with ProHoeZak aka Mynk Floyd Show, Friday, August 19, 2011, 9:00pm at The Regency Ballroom 1290 Sutter St., San Francisco; Z-Trip, De La Soul, Nosaj Thing, and Daddy Kev, Saturday, August 20, 2011, 9:00pm at 
The Warfield, 982 Market Street, San Francisco. The tickets will be awarded via our Twitter or website, so if you haven’t already, you should join us on:


Text “I Want Tickets to (show)” to(510) 394-4501; Twitter at: https://twitter.com/xzwhy , https://twitter.com/ajalil , https://twitter.com/nowtruth , https://twitter.com/amwft or go to the websites at: https://Superstarmanagement.com , https://Ex-Why.com/  , https://AMWFTRUST.Org/  or https://NowTruth.Org/  and make your request on the “I WANT TICKETS” page.

*****

PEPUBLIC ENEMY

with ProHoeZak aka Mynk Floyd

The Regency Ballroom

1290 Sutter St., San Francisco, CA 94109

(on the Northeast corner of Van Ness & Sutter)

Friday, August 19, 2011

Showtime: 9:00 PM
Doors open: 8:00 PM
Ages: All Ages
On sale now
Ticket Prices*: $37.00
Public Enemy: https://www.publicenemy.com/

*****

Warfield

Rock Boxx

Rock BoxxZ-Trip, De La Soul, Nosaj Thing, and Daddy Kev

The Warfield
982 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

Date: Sat, Aug 20, 2011

Showtime: 9:00 PM
Days until show: 9
Doors open: 8:00 PM
Ages: All Ages
On sale now
Ticket Prices*: $25.00-$47.00
BUY TICKETS INVITE FRIENDS
www.djztrip.com
MySpace Page
“Z-Trip is the original Girltalk; only better. The best (DJ) show ever” Spin Magazine
Z-Trip is not just a DJ. He is more than a producer. He is a musical pioneer. And sits at the helm of the highest echelon of DJ royalty. As a performer, Z-Trip is revered as one of the best live performance DJs in history, by both fans and peers. Its no surprise fans voted him Americas Best D in 2009, beating out over 100 other DJs in DJ Times highly acclaimed annual readers poll. His worldwide sold out shows continue to set attendance records while drawing critical praise. One of the great musical moments from Coachella (2002) was the frenzied set by turntable wizard Z-Trip. He had fans howling and bobbing, closing his set with a surprise appearance by Beck, wrote the Los Angles Times. Its a fact that many call him the godfather of mash-ups, as he is one of the originators of the genre.
His lengthy career has seen him crisscross the globe numerous times, chalking up rave reviews along the way. He returned to Coachella 2010, for his fourth appearance at the festival headlining the Sahara Tent, where the OC Register noted: Even against two of the biggest draws on the schedule, Z-Trip raked em in, filling the Sahara with over 15,000 revelers. His 2009 Detroit Electronic Music Festival performance to over 10,000 stole the festival receiving the lions share of press: “Z-Trip lit up Saturday night, first by jamming with RJD2 then following with a Detroit-saluting mash-up set, beamed Billboard.
At the vanguard of dance music culture, he is at the heart of the DJ Hero video game series. Appearing as an avatar and providing several scorching remixes, Z-Trips relentless vision even defied the advanced technology. An 8-bar scratch that he wanted to incorporate into the game was too much for the games memory to handle. Beyond being immortalized as a playable character and his contribution of three exclusive tracks to the first installment, he remained a consultant, as well as executive producer, for DJ Hero 2 and created an additional two tracks.
Worldwide sold out shows would be enough for most artists, but not Z-Trip. His career brims with myriad milestones, starting from the now legendary mixtape, Uneasy Listening, which the Phoenix, AZ native put together with Missouris notorious DJ P. Back in 2001, the idea of pitting classic rock tracks against hip-hop into a seamless mix that could find the Pharcyde rapping over the Eagles or Metallica grinding it out under the righteous bark of Midnight Oil was unheard of. But instead of hating it as expected, enraptured fans disseminated the initial run of only 1000 CDs across the internet. By years end, Uneasy Listening had made Z-Trip a burgeoning DJ star. It went on to receive critical acclaim and helped propel Z-Trip to national attention in 2002. It made album of the year lists in Spin, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, Wired and XLR8R. More importantly, it also inadvertently created an entirely new genre of music.
Then, on top of being a world-class DJ, Z-Trip established himself as a formidable producer and his major label debut in 2005, Shifting Gears, was given 4 stars by Rolling Stone, and featured appearances from many of Z-Trip’s friends: Chuck D, Chester Bennington of Linkin Park, Murs and Soup of Jurassic 5. It spawned numerous Top 10 singles in the US and abroad.
A lifelong political activist, Z-Trip was a strong supporter of the Barak Obamas successful campaign to become the President of the United States and released Party For Change and Victory Lap in 2009. Both exceeded 500,000 downloads and favorably reviewed by Wired, Urb, BPM, and XLR8R to name a few. Z-Trip’s longtime friend and collaborator Shepard Fairey supplied the art.
After 14 months of sold-out shows at his Friday night headlining residency at Rain inside The Palms, Las Vegas, Z-Trip is taking a rest from his crowd-thrilling stint, Z-Trips Revolution. Upon displaying his genre bending skills and sharing his stage with many A-level guests including Three 6 Mafia, Common, Rev Run, Too Short, and De La Soul, Z-Trip is taking a rest from stage to focus on his next chapter of recorded music.
For more info: https://www.djztrip.com

*****

OUT

COMCAST SPORTSNET BAY AREA TO AIR ENCORE PRESENTATION OF
“OUT. THE GLENN BURKE STORY,”
ABOUT FIRST OPENLY GAY MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL PLAYER
Click link for “Out. The Glenn Burke Story” YouTube Promotion:
[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFiekJb2HLQ [/youtube]

Documentary Nominated for both Emmy and GLAAD Media Awardsto Air Tuesday, August 9, 2011 at 10 P.M. ET; Saturday, August 13, 2011 at 11 p.m. ET and Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 11 p.m. ET.
GlennNEW YORK – August 6, 2011 – “Out. The Glenn Burke Story,” which documents Burke’s legacy as the first openly gay Major League Baseball player, will have its national premiere on VERSUS on Tuesday, August 9, at 10 p.m. ET.  Nominated for a Northern California Area Emmy Award and a nominee for Outstanding Documentary at the 22nd Annual GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) Media Awards, “Out. The Glenn Burke Story” originally premiered on and was produced by Comcast SportsNet Bay Area last November.
VERSUS will provide encore presentations of the documentary on Saturday, August 13, at 11 p.m. ET and Wednesday, August 17, at 11 p.m. ET.
VERSUS, part of the NBC Sports Group, prides itself on super-serving passionate sports fans across all platforms.  Now in more than 76 million homes, the network is the cable television home of the National Hockey League (NHL), IZOD IndyCar Series, Tour de France and Professional Bull Riders (PBR).  VERSUS also airs NASCAR, NBA, UFC, college football, college basketball and Triple Crown horse racing coverage. The network is also home to the best outdoor programming on television. VERSUS is distributed via cable systems and satellite operators throughout the United States.


SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, the home of “Authentic Bay Area Sports,” recognizes Gay and Lesbian Pride Month with a special encore presentation of “Out. The Glenn Burke Story” on Monday, June 20 at 8 p.m. PT. 
One-Hour Documentary to Be Broadcast Commercial-Free is nominated for a Northern California Area Emmy Award and a nominee for Outstanding Documentary at the 22nd Annual GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) Media Awards, “Out. The Glenn Burke Story” documents Burke’s legacy as the first openly gay Major League Baseball player.  After the June 20 airing, “Out. The Glenn Burke Story” will re-air on Sunday, June 26 at 9 p.m. and Thursday, June 30 at 2:30 p.m.


Glenn Burke’s journey through baseball began and ended in Oakland, California. His sports career had many stops along the way, starting as a multi-sport star at Berkeley High School, followed by a brief stint at the University of Nevada, Reno as a prized basketball recruit, and then moving into professional baseball with the Los Angeles Dodgers, being hailed by one coach as “the next Willie Mays.”
Early in his career, Burke felt he had to hide his true self from his teammates.  Later, when he began to reveal glimpses into his sexuality the baseball establishment began to close him out.  Out. The Glenn Burke Story, a one-hour documentary produced by Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, tells the dramatic tale of Burke’s legacy as the first openly homosexual Major League Baseball player.  From his Major League debut in 1976 and starting Game One of the 1977 World Series for the Dodgers to subsequently being traded to the Oakland Athletics the next season, and then walking away in 1980 from the game that he deeply loved, Comcast SportsNet follows one of baseball’s most dramatic arcs.
Many of Burke’s teammates were aware of his homosexuality during his playing career, as were members of management. And many of those teammates believe that his sexuality – and the reaction it provoked – led to the premature derailment of his baseball career.
Out. The Glenn Burke Story tells the tumultuous story of the wedge that was driven between Burke and the Los Angeles management, the ensuing similar situation in Oakland that led to Burke’s abrupt retirement, and the hero’s welcome that Burke received in San Francisco’s Castro District after he left professional baseball.
Comcast SportsNet’s narrative follows Burke through his public announcement of his homosexuality in a 1982 Inside Sports magazine article (‘The Double Life of a Gay Dodger’) and on The Today Show with Bryant Gumbel, to his subsequent downward spiral to drugs, prison, and eventually living on the same San Francisco streets where he was once hailed as an icon.
Burke’s story took on another level of tragedy when he was diagnosed with AIDS in 1994.  Yet at the end of his life, the game that he claimed abandoned him so many years before reached out to one of its own. The A’s found Burke and provided him with constant support in his final months, as did some of his former teammates.
Glenn Burke passed away on May 30, 1995 at the age of 42 of AIDS-related complications.

Out. The Glenn Burke Story documents the extent of Burke’s courage, strife and friendship throughout his life, and the compassion and callousness of the sport of baseball.  The program weaves together insights from Burke’s teammates and friends, including Dusty Baker, Davey Lopes, Sports Agent Abdul-Jalil, Reggie Smith, Rick Monday, Manny Mota, Rickey Henderson, Claudell Washington, Mike Norris, Shooty Babitt, Tito Fuentes, and former Major Leaguer and gay rights activist Billy Bean. Out. The Glenn Burke Story Narrated by Dave Morey, Bay Area Broadcasting Icon and Member of the Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame’s Class of 2010

I have attached the links to a short video documentary about a radio conversation, the live radio broadcasts on November 20, 2010 over ABC Networks’ KGO 810 FM Radio Show and on December 4, 2010 over KNBR- The Sports Leader, 680 AM and ESPN Radio “The Ticket” 1050 AM, of the discussion of the film “OUT. The Glenn Burke Story” The ABC- KGO Radio broadcast was with Shooty Babbitt, John Lambert and myself. The KNBR show was with Doug Harris, the producer of “Out. The Glenn Burke Story” on the show “Law and Sports” with host attorney Ivan Golde, whose also a legal analyst for CNN, Warner Bros- KRON, and CBS-KPIX, among others.
The on-air discussions were about Glenn, the film, society and sports. I think you will be very moved with the overall content and how Glenn’s impact has becoming a serious topic of discussion around the country. Glenn lives on!!!
Here are the links:
Short documentary about a radio conversation with Sports and Entertainment Manager-Agent Abdul-Jalil, Oakland A’s Executive Shooty Babitt and NBC Sports Broadcaster John Lambert, some of the cast members of OUT. The Glenn Burke Story. The topic of the discussion was gays in professional sports. The conversation was hosted by Rich Walcolf, and filmed at KGO 810 studios in San Francisco.
[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pV7V2rA5RnQ[/youtube]
KGO Radio’s broadcast discussion of “Out. The Glenn Burke Story”
https://superstarmanagement.podomatic.com/entry/2010-11-21T18_19_40-08_00

The Sports Leader, KNBR 680 AM and ESPN Radio “The Ticket” 1050 AM.

https://superstarmanagement.podomatic.com/entry/2010-12-04T21_21_33-08_00

REVIEWS ON “OUT. THE GLENN BURKE STORY”


Pop Matters.com – ‘Out. The Glenn Burke Story’: That Macho Thing
By Cynthia Fuchs, PopMatters Film and TV Editor, December 1, 2010
 
“You were concerned of being stereotyped or typecast, that to know him must mean that you’re one. So you kept your distance.” A former Dodgers outfielder and coach, Reggie Smith remembers Glenn Burke as a player and friend. But still, he “kept his distance,” as Smith puts it, because Burke was out.
 
Smith’s concern was typical during the 1970s, when Burke played for the Dodgers, a time recounted in Out. The Glenn Burke Story. The documentary, produced by Doug Harris and Sean Madison, re-airs 1 December on Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, and is available as well on DirecTV’s sports pack channel 696 and Dish Network’s multi-sports package channel 419. It tells a story that is remarkable for a number of reasons, not least being Burke’s courage and determination: to this day, he remains the only Major League Baseball player to come out during his professional career.
 
The only one.
 
Out makes clear that Burke’s decision to come out was costly: as teammates struggled with their own feelings (Smith: “At that time, we were a little homophobic about people that were gay”), management was less ambivalent. The Dodgers dealt him to the As in 1977, where manager Billy Martin notoriously called him a “faggot” in front of his teammates. That same year, the A’s sent him down to the minors. Burke retired then, at age 27, despite good stats and an unfinished career.
 
As the film remembers, Burke didn’t talk about the trade or his retirement until 1982, in an interview with Inside Sports magazine (“The Double Life of a Gay Dodger”) and then an interview with Bryant Gumble on Today. The film includes a clip, with Gumble asking, “Were you traded from the Dodgers to the A’s because you were gay?” Burke shifts in his seat, tries not to answer, and then, prodded again (“What do you think?”), he nods, “Yeah.”
 
Out is compelling not only because of Burke’s story, but also because it is still such a difficult story to tell. The images of Burke, once a basketball and baseball star at Berkeley High School, are culled from archival game footage and stills (as well as headlines and baseball cards), and the narrative is structured mostly through new interviews with former teammates, associates, and Burke’s sisters. Repeatedly, the film offers nearly abstract shots of fences, the camera panning low or peering through chain-link obstructions. Sometimes the fences show blurred traffic behind them, sometimes road signs or baseball facilities, and sometimes they’re adorned with a photo of Burke, flapping in a breeze. Always, the fences serve as poignant, ominous emblems of his experience, ever outside.
 
The scanty information on his post-MLB life isn’t helped by the fact that Burke died of AIDS at 42, following a broken leg (when he was hit by a car in the Castro), drug use, jail time, and homelessness. And, if the film doesn’t narrate the point specifically, it does reveal in interviews the raced split in his life: the majority of his MLB teammates here are black, while his post-professional associates, say, softball teammates he met in San Francisco, are white.
 
The film’s visual structure—rudimentary, sometimes awkward—is likely dictated by a lack of available images. But it also makes a compelling point regarding the agonizing, persistent invisibility of gay athletes in the MLB (and the NFL and the NBA: in each professional league, players only come out after they’ve retired). How is it, the film asks implicitly, that homophobia can remain so standard in 2010?
 
Explanations are familiar. In the ‘70s, Oakland A’s right fielder Claudell Washington says, “Being ballplayers, we all had that macho thing going on.” Dusty Baker notes that he considered Burke a friend, but recalls, “Some of the guys on the team, especially some of the Latin guys, would act funny in the shower.” Pondering Burke’s fate in 1977, Davy Lopes observes, “If everybody knows the story, I think, there were other reasons why he was traded.” Smith adds, “I certainly didn’t want to accuse him of that, because one thing’s for sure, at that time period, it was a kiss of death for a ballplayer. He would’ve been excused from the game, so to say.”
 
So to say. Such lack of language shapes Out. Interview subjects share stories of their suspicions or their sympathies, mostly by innuendo: Washington remembers, “Glenn had some guys picking him up in pink Cadillacs” and Oakland Athletics infielder Shooty Babitt reports, “He had a red jock.” Smith says he wondered when he heard Burke “cooing” on a phone call with a man (“I didn’t know if this person had put a woman on the phone, I didn’t know what was going on”). Not everyone is so elusive. Abdul-Jalil al-Hakim remembers a story Burke told in his autobiography, Out at Home: The Glenn Burke Story, when Dodgers management offered him $75,000 to get married. The story is that Burke responded with a question: “I guess you mean to a woman.” Jalil adds, “Glenn took exception to that, refused to do it, and openly dated Tommy Lasorda’s son.” 
 
It’s a funny story, and telling. As the film goes on to underscore Lasorda’s terrible homophobia (he insisted even after his son Spunky’s death that he was not gay), it also marks this moment of resistance as a point of no return for Burke. He lost his job and a certain, important sense of achievement, even as he found another sort of community in San Francisco. Billy Bean, an MLB player who came out after he retired, in 1999 (and is the only other player to be out at all), notes the fear that defines “male team sports.” He also makes clear the price Burke paid. “The closet hurts people forever,” Bean says now. Being forced to leave the game “because you don’t feel like you belong there when you’ve proven that you do, is damaging. And it affects everything.”
 
As U.S. official bodies rethink Don’t Ask Don’t Tell and gay marriage, individual bodies, bodies living real lives, are still feeling the effects of oppression, prejudice, and fear. Glenn Burke’s story helps to expose those effects.

***********


AOL Fan House – Glenn Burke, First Openly Gay MLB Player, Well-Portrayed in Documentary
By Milton Kent, National Reporter, December 1, 2010
 
The professional life of a general manager of a regional sports channel is likely a quiet one, bordering on being nondescript. Basically, you welcome in programming that is already made available to you through corporate means, like games or infomercials or syndicated shows. Or you hire reporters and producers to air about three or so hours of daily news. Nothing exciting to see or do there.

And then, there are execs like Ted Griggs, the vice president and general manager of Comcast SportsNet Bay Area. Griggs, who runs the San Francisco Bay Area channel, gave the green light to a superb documentary, “Out: The Glenn Burke Story,” that airs on the channel Thursday at midnight ET (or 9 p.m. Wednesday PT).

“Out” chronicles the life of Burke, who played for the Dodgers and the A’s in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Burke is presumed to be the first openly gay Major League Baseball player, and the hour-long film deals with Burke’s struggles in aching and painstaking detail, with haunting interviews from noted former teammates like Dusty Baker, Reggie Smith, Davey Lopes and Claudell Washington.

Filmmakers Doug Harris and Sean Maddison, both Bay Area natives, brilliantly use the words of Burke’s friends and family, as well as snippets of interviews with Burke conducted a year before his 1995 death of complications from AIDS, to tell his story. Included in the piece is a segment of his groundbreaking talk with then-Today Show anchor Bryant Gumbel, who interviewed the outfielder after Burke revealed his status in a 1982 story in the now-defunct Inside Sports magazine.

To the lasting credit of Griggs, Harris and Maddison, Burke is portrayed sympathetically, but not as a martyr; a subtle distinction, to be sure, but an important one, and one that raises “Out” from the status of a talking-head movie to an Emmy-quality film worthy of national distribution on Comcast’s outlets.

As it is, viewers outside Northern California can find Comcast SportsNet Bay Area on Direct TV at channel 696 and on Dish Network at channel 419. Comcast Sports Group, part of the NBC Sports Group, consists of 14 local networks that deliver 2,400 sporting events annually and breaking news and analysis to more than 50 million cable and satellite homes.  Comcast Sports Group’s sports networks are: Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, Comcast SportsNet California, Comcast SportsNet Chicago, Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, Comcast SportsNet New England, Comcast SportsNet Northwest, Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia, SNY, The Mtn. – Mountain West Sports Network, CSS and Comcast Sports Southwest.  Comcast Sports Group also manages NECN (New England Cable News), the nation’s largest regional news network, and The Comcast Network, based in Philadelphia and Washington, which delivers community-oriented programming.  For more information, see ComcastSportsNet.com.

*******

    Excerpts from Out. The Glenn Burke Story:
 
Abdul-Jalil al-Hakim (Childhood friend and sports agent):
On Burke’s homosexuality and the homophobia in Major League Baseball:  “It was uncompromising on both ends.  Glenn was comfortable with who he was. Baseball was not comfortable with who he was.”
 
Claudell Washington:
On Oakland Athletics manager Billy Martin introducing Burke to his new teammates in spring training:  “He was introducing all the players and then he got to Glenn and said, ‘Oh, by the way, this is Glenn Burke and he’s a faggot.’”
 
Davey Lopes:
On Burke’s trade to the A’s:  “You don’t break up, disrupt a team going as well as it was going to make changes.  I didn’t feel it was going to make us a better ball club.  Billy North was not going to make us, at that time, any better of a ballclub.  Probably not the real reason why things happened.”
 
Dusty Baker:
On the rumors of Burke’s sexual preference and his trade to the A’s:  “I think the Dodgers knew; I think that’s why they traded Glenn.”
 
Reggie Smith:
On the suspicions on Burke’s sexuality:  “I certainly didn’t want to accuse him of that, because one thing’s for sure – at that time period, it was a kiss of death for a ballplayer.  He would’ve been excused from the game, so to say.”
 
Vincent Trahan (Berkeley High School classmate):
On Dodger management and their suspicions:  “Al Campanis and Walter O’Malley had called him into the office and offered him $75,000 to get married.  And Glenn, being his comic self, said, ‘I guess you mean to a woman?’”  
 
On the Dodgers’ controversial trade of Burke to the A’s:  “He was hurt because they traded him not for his baseball ability but for his life choice.”
 
Lyle Spencer (MLB.com, former Los Angeles Dodgers beat writer):
On the reaction of Burke’s teammates the day he was traded:  “I was shocked that he was traded… I walked into the clubhouse…and guys were visibly distraught over the trade, and that told me that my sense of how important he was to them internally was accurate.  I even remember a few players crying when they found out about it at their lockers, which is stunning.”
 
Billy Bean:
On dealing with discrimination:  “The closet hurts people – forever.  Everyone’s career ends, but to do it because you don’t feel you belong there when you’ve proven that you do is damaging.  And it affects everything, and I’m sure that’s why Glenn swam in the waters of drugs and alcohol – to take away his frustration.”  
 
Claudell Washington:
On hearing about Burke contracting AIDS:  “I was stunned at that time. A person that I’d known, loved, and respected had contracted an illness like that and was suffering.” 
 
Lutha Davis (Sister):
On AIDS:  “A lot of people were scared because I think, at the time, you didn’t know whether you can just breathe on somebody and get AIDS or just touch them.”  
 
Pamela Pitts (Oakland A’s Director of Baseball Administration):
On Burke’s reaction to hearing the A’s would help him:  “Glenn started to cry and said, ‘I’ve been told you’re going to help me. I can’t believe someone wants to help me.’”    
 
On Burke’s death: “I do believe he was in a much better place.  His demons were gone.”
 
Ted Griggs, Vice President and General Manager, Comcast SportsNet Bay Area stated, “As an East Bay native, I knew all about Glenn Burke’s legendary athletic feats at Berkeley High.  I followed his career with the Dodgers and A’s throughout the late seventies, and watched and read with great interest when he came out on The Today Show with Bryant Gumbel and in Inside Sports Magazine.  I was saddened by his tragic death and thought at the time that his was a compelling story that should be told one day.  This documentary allows Glenn’s family, friends, and teammates to tell that story, and it is enhanced with the narration of Dave Morey, one of the most respected voices in Bay Area radio.”
 
Out.  The Glenn Burke Story is narrated by Morey, who was recently inducted into the Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame in the class of 2010 after 26 years as a morning host at KFOG and nearly 40 years in broadcasting.
 
Comcast SportsNet Bay Area will host a public screening of Out. The Glenn Burke Story at the Castro Theatre (429 Castro Street, San Francisco, California) on Wednesday, November 10. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. PT.  Admission is $5.00, with proceeds benefiting Marty’s Place.  Marty’s Place once provided a homeless Burke with shelter and care as he coped with the effects of AIDS/HIV.  Tickets are available at CSNBayArea.com/pages/out.  Following the screening, the network will air a special town-hall edition of Chronicle Live from the Castro Theater at approximately 9:15 p.m. PT.  Hosted by veteran Bay Area sports announcer Greg Papa, Chronicle Live is a live one-hour program, and will feature an interactive roundtable
discussion and debate about homosexuals in professional sports.  Additional event details and panelists for Chronicle Live will be announced at a later date.
 
After the November 10 (8:00 p.m. PT) debut, Out. The Glenn Burke Story replays on Tuesday, November 16 at 8:00 p.m. PT.  Visit CSNBayArea.com for additional air dates and times and channel locations for Comcast SportsNet Bay Area.
 
Out. The Glenn Burke Story is produced by Doug Harris (‘Bounce: The Don Barksdale Story’ and ‘Tournament of Champions: The Legends of Northern California High School Basketball’) and Sean Maddison (‘Orange and Black: San Francisco And The Giants’ and producer of San Jose Sharks hockey on Comcast SportsNet).
 
Out. The Glenn Burke Story online press kit and video excerpts from the documentary are available at CSNBayArea.com/pages/out.
 
ATTENTION ONLINE MEDIA AND BLOGGERS
To view, share and embed video content for Out. The Glenn Burke Story, including promotional spots and bonus footage, please visit CSNBayArea.com/pages/out.
 
Comcast Sports Group operates 14 local networks that deliver 2,400 sporting events annually and breaking news and analysis to more than 50 million cable and satellite homes. Comcast Sports Group’s sports networks are: Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, Comcast SportsNet California, Comcast SportsNet Chicago, Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, Comcast SportsNet New England, Comcast SportsNet Northwest, Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia, SNY, The Mtn. – Mountain West Sports Network, CSS and Comcast Sports Southwest.  Comcast Sports Group also manages NECN (New England Cable News), the nation’s largest regional news network, and The Comcast Network, based in Philadelphia and Washington, which delivers community-oriented programming.  For more information, see ComcastSportsNet.com.
 
Timeline
 
November 16, 1952 Glenn Lawrence Burke is born in Oakland, California.
 
1970 In his senior year, Burke is named Northern California’s High School Basketball Player of the Year after leading the Berkeley High School Yellowjackets to a 32-0 record and winning the Tournament of Champions.
 
1971 Burke attends Merritt College in Oakland where he plays baseball and basketball, eventually earning a scholarship to the University of Nevada, Reno. 
 
June 6, 1972 Burke is drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 17th round of the 1972 amateur draft.
 
1972 Burke makes his professional debut for the Ogden Dodgers of the Rookie level Pioneer League.
 
1972 Burke is promoted to Low-A ball and plays 41 games for the Spokane Indians of the Northwest League.
 
1973 Burke hits .298, splitting time between Dodgers Single-A affiliates Daytona Beach and Bakersfield.
 
1974 Burke becomes the University of Nevada, Reno’s starting point guard during the preseason.  He scores 22 points against USC in a preseason game, but an early season injury convinces him to hang up his sneakers and focus on baseball.
 
1974 In his best season in the minors, Burke is hitting .338 at Single-A Bakersfield when he is promoted to AA Waterbury of the Eastern League.
 
April 9, 1976 Burke makes his major league debut with the Los Angeles Dodgers against the San Francisco Giants. 
 
1977 According to Burke’s autobiography, Dodgers general manager Al Campanis offers to pay for a lavish honeymoon if Burke agrees to get married.  Burke angrily refuses, seeing the offer as a way to cover up his homosexuality. 
 
October 2, 1977  Dodgers teammate Dusty Baker hits his 30th home run of the season and is greeted at home plate by Burke whose hand is raised in the air.  Baker does the same, and they slapped hands producing the first “High Five” in sports history.
 
October 11, 1977 Burke starts Game One of the 1977 World Series against the New York Yankees. 
 
 
May 17, 1978  The Dodgers trade Burke to the Oakland Athletics in exchange for outfielder Billy North.
 
June 4, 1979 Burke plays in his last major league game and then makes an abrupt mid-season departure from the A’s that leads to his eventual retirement.
 
1980 Burke comes out of retirement and reports to A’s spring training.
 
1980  At the young age of 27, Burke permanently retires from professional baseball due to personal differences with the A’s management.
October 1982 Burke becomes the first openly gay Major League baseball player by publically acknowledging his homosexuality in an Inside Sports magazine article entitled “The Double Life of a Dodger.” 
 
  Burke is a guest on NBC’s The Today Show and discusses the Inside Sports article with anchor Bryant Gumbel.
 
August 28, 1982  San Francisco hosts the inaugural Gay Games. Burke participates and earns gold medals, in track in the 100 and 220 meter sprints and as a member of both the men’s basketball and softball teams. 
 
January 27, 1983 NBC’s “Cheers” airs the episode “Boys in the Bar,” in which Sam Malone (played by Ted Danson) supports a former teammate who publicly acknowledges his homosexuality.  The show is based on Burke’s announcement the previous year.
 
1986  Burke competes in Gay Games 2 on the men’s basketball team.
 
1987  Burke is hospitalized after being hit by a car in San Francisco, breaking his leg in four places. 
 
1988  Burke is arrested for drug possession and briefly jailed.
    
1991  Burke pleads guilty to grand theft and possession of a controlled substance and serves six months in San Quentin penitentiary. 
 
1994  After a series of medical complications, Burke is diagnosed with AIDS. 
 
November 18, 1994 Berkeley Mayor Shirley Dean presents Burke’s family with a plaque and proclaims the first “Official Glenn Burke Day.”
 
May 30, 1995 Glenn Burke, 42, passes away in San Leandro, California due to AIDS-related complications.
 
July 1995 Burke’s autobiography “Out at Home, The Glenn Burke Story” is published and released.
 
 

Excerpts

 
Abdul-Jalil al-Hakim – Childhood friend, sports agent:
On Burke’s homosexuality:  “It was uncompromising on both ends.  Glenn was comfortable with who he was. Baseball was not comfortable with who he was.”
 
On the influence of Burke’s post-baseball friends:  “I think a lot of that dragged him down and that’s when a lot of the demons started to come out because that celebrity that he had, it had another side to it too.”
 
On Burke’s car accident and injury:  “That might have been one of the factors that led him down that slide too; he had to try to find a way to ease all these pains – physically, psychologically, emotionally, financially.  There became a lot of things that he had to address in his life.”
 
Shooty Babitt – Former Oakland Athletics infielder, Comcast SportsNet A’s analyst:
On the clubhouse mentality:  “You have to remember back in that day you couldn’t just come out and say ‘I’m gay.’”
 
On the reaction to Burke around the league:  “They ran him straight out the game.  Now, you’re gay first and a baseball player second, so until you can justify your existence being gay, there’s no way you can get a chance to justify being a major league player.”
 
On other major leaguers asking about Burke:  “You didn’t really hear people wanting to ask; it was more of a hush-hush thing because of the intimidating guy that Glenn was.”
 
On Burke’s athletic ability:  “Glenn was like a two sport star. You felt like he had the opportunity to play in the NBA as well as Major League Baseball…you figured that he was going to be a major leaguer right away because that’s just how good that he was.”
 
Dusty Baker – Former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder, Cincinnati Reds manager:
On the rumors of Burke’s sexual preference and his trade to the A’s:  “I think the Dodgers knew. And I think that’s why they traded him.”
 
Billy Bean – Former Major League outfielder, gay rights activist
On Burke in baseball:  “Baseball wasn’t ready for Glenn Burke.  He was a pioneer and he caught them off guard.”
 
On dealing with discrimination:  “The closet hurts people – forever.  Everyone’s career ends, but to do it because you don’t feel you belong there when you’ve proven that you do is damaging.  And it affects everything, and I’m sure that’s why Glenn swam in the waters of drugs and alcohol – to take away his frustration.”  
 
Marvin Buckley –Berkeley High School basketball teammate:
On Burke’s comedic personality: “He was a cross between Eddie Murphy and Richard Pryor.”
 
Mark Brown – San Francisco Gay Softball League player:
On Burke after retirement:  “After Glenn lost the baseball business, his life never was the same. And he never could really hold down a job. He had a lot of friends that wanted to help him, that tried to help him but his whole life was built around sports.”
 
Larry Corrigan – Former Dodgers Minor League teammate, Pittsburgh Pirates executive:
On Burke’s command of the locker room:  “The team was always thought of as the Los Angeles Dodgers but it was Glenn Burke’s team.  The personality of the team was his, the clubhouse was his.  Most people didn’t like the Dodgers…they sure didn’t like the personality that Glenn brought to the ballpark.”
 
On Burke’s turbulent personality:  “I’m not sure every manager said, ‘Hey, I’ll take Glenn Burke.’ I don’t think they wanted him, because he was a handful.”
 
On Burke’s personality:  “That’s how strong Glenn’s personality was, that he could take over a Major League clubhouse and he was a rookie.  He hadn’t even played in the big leagues.” 
Lutha Davis – Sister:
On Burke’s injured leg:  “His leg was broken in three places and they put a rod in there. They were supposed to replace it but he never went back to get it replaced, so that leg was rotting.”
 
On AIDS:  “A lot of people were scared because I think at the time you didn’t know whether you can just breathe on somebody and get AIDS or just touch them.”  
 
Tommy Hawkins – Former Los Angeles Dodgers Vice President of Communications & External Affairs, KJAZZ radio announcer:
On Burke’s personality:  “I would describe Glenn like the glistening mirror ball at a discotheque. When the light hits it, and all of these different reflections and colors flash all over the room, that was Glenn Burke.”
 
Davey Lopes – Former Los Angeles Dodgers infielder, Philadelphia Phillies coach:
On the invention of the “High Five”:  “Me and Dusty always talk about and ask each other who invented the High Five.  And to this day the only guy we can think of is Glenn.” 
 
When a friend told him Burke was gay:  “He just said, ‘I just wanted to tell you. Glenn’s gay.’ And I said, ‘Glenn who? Get the – get outta here.’”
 
On Burke being traded for A’s Billy North:  “Everybody was upset…He was the guy that kept the chemistry going in the clubhouse…I think if everybody knows the story, I think there were other reasons why he was traded.”
 
On the Dodgers decision to trade Burke:  “You don’t break up, disrupt a team going as well as it was going to make changes.  I didn’t feel it was going to make us a better ball club.  Billy North was not going to make us, at that time, any better of a ball club.  I thought it was probably not the real reason why things happened.”
 
Rick Monday – Former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder, Dodgers broadcaster:
On Burke battling personal and professional demons:  “We didn’t understand the challenges he was going through on a daily basis at the time.  You put it into perspective when you say, here is a guy that is fighting not only the opposing pitcher that was trying to get him out, he was fighting the unknown.”
 
Mike Norris – Former Oakland Athletics pitcher:
On being in the locker room with Burke: “It became pretty obvious to a lot of people that Glenn was gay and he started to make a lot of people uncomfortable in the locker room and the showers.  It was an uncomfortable situation after awhile.”
 
On Burke retiring: “Glenn was just in a no-win situation. And that was the best thing for him to do was to retire.”
 
Pamela Pitts – Oakland Athletics Director of Baseball Administration:
On Burke’s reaction to hearing the A’s would help him:  “Glenn started to cry and said, ‘I’ve been told you’re going to help me. I can’t believe somebody wants to help me.’”
 
On Burke’s death:  “I do believe he was in a much better place. His demons were gone.”
 
Richard Purcell – Founder of “Marty’s Place,” an AIDS/HIV patient safe house in San Francisco:
On Burke’s drug use:  “He told me that on the day he was on national TV and he told the truth he was loaded to the gills.”
 
On Burke becoming alienated from his friends:  “I could see why he turned so many people off. It was the addiction; it wasn’t Glenn.”
 
Eric Sherman – Author, “Out at Home, The Glenn Burke Story”:
On interviewing Burke:  “I interviewed him…on and off for about maybe a year before he died and even though we had to take breaks every…every 10 minutes or so because of the pain, and the tears, the crying…I’ll never forget I said to him, ‘Glenn, you know we put in two or three days, we don’t have to go on, you don’t have to do this.’”
 
On Burke’s lifestyle after retirement:  “He ran out of money, then he got involved with drugs. His partying escalated and his drug use escalated.”
 
Jim Skeels – Burke’s Connie Mack Baseball coach:
On watching Burke play baseball:  “Glenn was the kind of guy that if you looked out in center field, nine times out of ten you’d see a smile on his face, because you could tell he loved playing this game.”
 
On Burke and gay stereotypes:  “When I looked at Glenn and realized that Glenn had chosen that lifestyle, I said, ‘You just have burst my stereotype.’”
 
On seeing Burke before he died: “For a man that had answers on the baseball field, on the basketball court, and I think to a great degree with life. And to see him curled up, it was crushing.”
 
Reggie Smith – Former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder:
On the suspicions on Burke’s sexuality:  “I certainly didn’t want to accuse him of that, because one thing’s for sure – at that time period, it was a kiss of death for a ballplayer.  He would’ve been excused from the game, so to say.”
 
On possible consequences of accusing a player of being gay:  “You didn’t want to cause that for a person, but at the same time you didn’t want to say you were closely associated.”
 
On the suspicion of Burke’s sexuality:  “You were concerned of being stereotyped…that to know him must mean that you’re one…so you kept your distance.” 
 
On Burke’s interview with Inside Sports:  “He made the choice to come out, knowing in his own mind that, as far as playing baseball, his career was pretty much over.”
 
Lyle Spencer – Former Los Angeles Dodgers beat writer, MLB.com:
On Burke’s charisma:  “I’ve been around a lot of charismatic guys…just in terms of personality, I’ve never been around anybody who could light up a room like Glenn could.”
 
On the reaction of Burke’s teammates the day he was traded:  “I was shocked that he was traded… I walked into the clubhouse…and guys were visibly distraught over the trade, and that told me that my sense of how important he was to them internally was accurate.  I even remember a few players crying when they found out about it at their lockers, which is stunning.”
 
Vincent Trahan – Berkeley High School classmate:
On Dodger management and their suspicions:  “Al Campanis and Walter O’Malley had called him into the office and offered him $75,000 to get married. And Glenn, being his comic self, said, ‘I guess you mean to a woman?’”  
 
On the Dodgers’ controversial trade of Burke to the A’s:  “He was hurt because they traded him not for his baseball ability but for his life choice.”
 
On helping Burke self-medicate with crack cocaine:  “I asked Lutha, ‘I’ve known you all my life…how do you feel with me bringing crack to Glenn?’…and Lutha said to me, ‘It doesn’t bother me. Whatever is giving my brother some type of relief, I’m okay with it.’”
 
Claudell Washington – Former Major League outfielder:
On Oakland Athletics manager Billy Martin introducing Burke to his new teammates in spring training:  “He was introducing all the players and then he got to Glenn and said, ‘Oh, by the way, this is Glenn Burke and he’s a faggot.’”
 
On Burke being a loner:  “Glenn was more or less a loner. The only time we ever saw Glenn was at the gym. I don’t know what he did after. We’d finish playing the game and stuff and Glenn was just like a mirage. He was here now and gone later.”
 
On hearing about Burke contracting AIDS:  “I was stunned at that time. A person that I’d known, loved, and respected had contracted an illness like that and was suffering.” 
 
Marvin Webb – Former Los Angeles Dodgers Minor League teammate:
On Burke’s ability to make new friends:  “Blacks, Whites, Latinos, they all loved Glenn. He got along with everybody.” 
 
On when teammates asked him about Burke: “I’ll tell you this, you ought to ask him. I ain’t never seen him with a woman but you ought to ask him.” 
 
On his drug use:  “I remember hearing about how he started robbing people for drugs and extra money. It really made me feel bad.”
 
Cast List
 
Abdul-Jalil al-Hakim – Childhood friend, sports agent
 
Shooty Babitt – Former Oakland Athletics infielder, Comcast SportsNet A’s analyst
 
Dusty Baker – Former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder, Cincinnati Reds manager
 
Marvin Buckley – Berkeley High School basketball teammate 
 
Billy Bean – Former Major League outfielder, gay rights activist
 
Mark Brown – San Francisco Gay Softball League player
 
Joyce Burke – Sister
 
Larry Corrigan – Former Dodgers-Minor League teammate, Pittsburgh Pirates executive
 
Tito Fuentes – Former Oakland Athletics infielder 
 
Lutha Harris – Sister
 
Tommy Hawkins – Former Los Angeles Dodgers VP of Communications & External Affairs, KJAZZ radio announcer
 
Ken Levine – “Cheers” writer/director/producer, host of KABC radio’s DodgerTalk
 
Davey Lopes – Former Los Angeles Dodgers infielder, Philadelphia Phillies coach 
 
Rick Monday – Former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder, Dodgers broadcaster
 
Manny Mota – Former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder
 
Mike Norris – Former Oakland Athletics pitcher
 
Nick Peters – Hall of Fame baseball writer 
 
Rickey Henderson – Former Oakland Athletics outfielder, Hall of Famer
 
Pamela Pitts – Oakland Athletics Director of Baseball Administration
 
Jerry Pritikin – San Francisco Gay Softball League player
 
Richard Purcell – Founder of “Marty’s Place,” an AIDS/HIV safe house in San Francisco
 
Jon Rochmis – Former Oakland Tribune sportswriter, journalism instructor
 
Eric Sherman – Author, “Out at Home, The Glenn Burke Story”
 
Joe Simpson — Former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder, Atlanta Braves broadcaster
 
Jim Skeels – Former Connie Mack Baseball coach
 
Reggie Smith – Former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder
 
Lyle Spencer – Former Los Angeles Dodgers beat writer, MLB.com
Vincent Trayhan – Childhood friend
 
Steve Vucinich – Oakland Athletics Equipment Manager
 
Claudell Washington – Former Major League outfielder
 
Marvin Webb – Former Los Angeles Dodgers Minor Leaguer

*****

PUBLIC ENEMY NEWSletter AUGUST 2011

Public Enemys 77th Tour Visits Its 77th Country in JULY ; CHILE!

Public Enemy completed its 77th Tour and visited its 77th nation , capping off with a explosive dynamic performance in Santiago Chile. Primarily known as a town of Rock music , the RED BLACK and GREEN Machine set down with hiphop organization RED DE HIPHOP ACTIVISTA and Guerrillero KULTO who was featured in Loira Limbals documentary on Latin American rap, ESTILO HIP HOP.
The group met with many of the HIPHOP founders and movers in CHILE, A nation that recently put 800,000 people in the streets of Santiago protesting for better education just a month earlier.
The 2 1/2 hour concert was met with tremendous energy and passion , it reminded members of the first times playing in Belgrade Serbia-Montenegro eight years ago and most recently South Africa just last December

The Rest Of TOUR77 Hits USA TOUR78 In UK SEPT Dates;

Saturday August 13 Sound Academy Toronto, CA
Thursday August 18 TAO Nightclub Las Vegas
Friday August 19 Regency Ballroom San Francisco
Saturday August 20 Sunset Strip Music Fest West Hollywood
Sunday August 21 Soul Fest @ Dell East Philadelphia
TOUR78 FOABP RETURN TO THE UK
Saturday Sept 03 Electric Picnic Stradbally Hall Estate, Ireland
Sunday Sept 04 Cardiff Great Hall Cardiff, UK
Monday Sept 05 HMV Institute Birmingham, UK
Tuesday Sept 06 ABC Glasgow, UK
Wednesday Sept 07 Ritz Manchester, UK
Thursday Sept 08 Forum London
Friday Sept 09 Bestival 2011 Isle of Wight, UK

Chuck D GWIZ Team To Advise Industry Of Swag On NOTICE (Know This)

Chuck D of Public Enemy has released a new single, on his 51st birthday no less, which turns out to be a gift to all of us.
Taking inspiration from “Otis”, the new single from Jay-Z and Kanye West, the hard rhymer couldn’t help but feel like they weren’t using their platform to their best ability. A fan of both emcees, Chuck encourages all artists to make the most of their time on the mic and to include substance for the masses.
So as a “request to our rap heroes” Chuck D hooked up with producer Gary G-Wiz to craft a brand new track entitled, “NOTICE Know This” which is now available for free download at RAPstation.com.
Chuck D makes a respectfully call to the troops across the globe, to continue to inspire, but to reflect the people better. As he states himself, “Here’s to hoping that the Jay-Z & Kanye supergroup can elevate the masses and try a little bit more to reflect OTIS’ heart, rather than swag, because they’re too good to be less.”
Catch NOTICE video on YOUTUBE Click Pic

James Norman PE Communications Department

Longtime Public Enemy founding member James Norman will helm the aspect of PE Communications,a necessary department connecting into social media and the BTNE Internetwork which hosts PublicEnemy.com and its related sites.
Brother James has been part of the PE infrastructure for its entirety, after retiring the position of S1W and management for the group.This department will connect the where and do abouts of the the vast PE spread and make all news consolidated for PE News and related sites.

PE Sings Happy 70TH Birthday to George Clinton

In Sao Paulo BRAZIL Flavor Flav and Chuck D sang a funky 70th happy birthday to funkfather George Clinton, twice. One at breakfast and the other before the Mothership landed blowing the house down at the SAO Paulo BRAZIL Festival at the tail end of TOUR77 on Saturday JULY 23.

Professor Griff with Brother James, Johnny JUICE Head Up The NME SUN Project

Professor Griff has helmed to produce the special project of featuring the offspring of Public Enemy. It is comprised of the Sons of PE members from across 25 years.
The project also managed by Brother James Norman and co produced by DJ Johnny JUICE Rosado,plans to approach the latter generation with a new young consciousness

the baNNed Opens PE Shows with CLASSIC Material

Click HERE for the baNNed ‘SOPHISTICATED’
Taking a page from SIR George Clinton and his Parliament Funkadelic Tour Experience, the baNNed and its new super funky stealth sounding lineup is starting a 10-15 minute warmup set playing instrumental classic PE songs that will most likely never be performed LIVE. This idea was taken from PFUNKS opener set from the past several years cqlled the Children Of Production, which included guest appearances doing the non set PFUNK songs.
The baNNed cohesion with HipHop legend DAVY DMX on bass, and TBONE Motta aka the Dirty Drummer have complemented prodigal guitarist KHARI WYNN and DJ LORD into a whole new zone. the baNNed recently was recorded in rehearsal tracking the PE classic SOPHISICATED which is also a quirky video found here. The previous baNNed lineup still has a pending album coming on SLAMjamz getting final mixes on ITS BACK TO A MILLION OF US TO HOLD A NATION a instrumental version of IT TAKES A NATION TO HOLD US BACK. The former is being produced by baNNed 5th member DJ JOHNNY JUICE ROSADO its emerging soon on SLAMjamz Records

Dont Believe The HYPE! PE Gives The True Origin Of The Planking Thing, But Save s It For The Stage.

CLICK Here as Its Explained In PE News

“By The Time I Get To Arizona” the first fine art release from Chuck D.

This is the first fine art release from Chuck D. Teaming with Los Angeles creativity house SceneFour, “By The Time I Get To Arizona” is a unique project on canvas of which 300 drafts exist. All pieces in the series are 60″ x 30″, numbered and signed, and ship with authenticity certificates. Each canvas in the series is $500.00 and can be purchased outright or through a payment plan with no interest charged to the purchase.

CHUCK D Seriously Doubts If You’ve Really Checked These Videos OUT!

I say this because I get it coming at me everyday where ever I go, yo..Chuck when you coming out with your next album?
We are in the mass information age, internet, cableTV, satellite, and now pocket programming has saturated everything and anything at all time coming at one brain.
So I understand easily how one could miss the last 15 years of our last 25 , if we’ve been spread around the world and definitely ain’t waiting for U.S.A mass network media to expose our art.
We are not robots and don’t encourage human beings to be robots either. Dig it manually click on the pics to take you to YOU TUBE and SLAMjamz.com to get some sight and sound you might’ve missed…
PEace and resPEct
Chuck D
Chuckd@publicenemy.com
www.publicenemy.com
TWITTER
www.twitter.com/MrChuckD
FACEBOOK
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Public-Enemy/205188069505931
Visit and sign up as a member of HIPHOPGODS.com
www.HIPHOPGODS.COM / ‘Where CLASSIC Rap Lives On and On!’
RADIO
…ANDYOUDONTSTOP! www.wbai.org FRIDAY Nights 8p-10p WBAI, 99.5
Pacifica Radio network
www.RAPstation.com

BRING THE NOISE PE First Official Video RARELY Seen 1987

This Is Officially PEs very first video shot in London 1987 by Dominic Savage

PE Visits CEELO GREEN on Lay It Down 2011

PE gets the stage and the couch with Ceelo Green and his amazing show 2011

PE- Cant Truss It / Shut Em Down LIVE on SOUL TRAIN 1991

PE Hits the DON and requests moment of silence for Miles and Redd
Say It Like It Really Is and Other Public Enemy YOUTUBE videos HERE

ENEMY RADIO Way better than Pandora Catch the 25 years of Public Enemy Catalog, Songs, Albums, LIVE Concerts,Specials, BSIDES,Remixes,

CLICK HERE for ENEMYRADIO on your desktop
ENEMY RADIO programming on smart phones streamed ipads iphones andriods etc
the phones are the HUMAN REMOTE todays tv ..ER is the streaming extension of RAPstation and we program shows at 24 / 7 on that Internetwork

ENEMYRADIO a SMASH HIT!!! 25 Years of PE non stop..TUNE in 24/7 on your Phones , IPADS, Androids iTunes and SHOUTcast systems

PE BOXSET Songs 1999-2010 NOW on ITUNES, AMAZON and Digital Stores distributed by SPITdigital

Get DO YOU WANNA GO OUR WAY??? Album HERE
Get B SIDE Wins Again album HERE
Get LIVE AND UNDRUGGED album HERE

Merchandise Just CLICK pic and Order

DJ LORDS ‘UNFUCKWITABLE’ shirts are DONE and selling like VIAGRA!!!..Girls get INSTANT Hotness…Guys look COOL for the girls..Pre-order your’s TODAY!!!

2 Books By Professor Griff Incredible Reads For HIP HOP

THE BOOK “ANALYTIXZ”
20 years of conversations and enter-views with public enemy’s minister of information
https://www.analytixz.webs.com
The Psychological covert war on Hip Hop
(The Illuminatis takeover of Hip Hop)
purchase the e-book or the soft cover at
www.professorgriffsinfo.wordpress.com
https://www.tunecore.com/music/the7thoctave
call Professor Griff 678 557-2919
www.hdqtrz.com
www.publicenemy.com
www.twitter.com/RealProfGriff
www.myspace.com/xminista
https://www.youtube.com/professorgriff
www.myspace.com/professorgriffofpublicenemy

CLASSIC PE GEAR For 25 Years HIP HOPS Most Powerful Logo ; THE OFFICIAL PE STORE

CLASSIC shirts and Merchandise GEAR CLICK here
“When you define yourself, you are going to put out the best from your community. But when your enemies define you, and they control the media, they are going to make you look like a monster and broadcast this image abroad.”
– Malcolm X
El Hajj Malik Shabazz Born Day MAY 19 TH
Bring The Noise With The AMAZING P-E-T-V by clicking HERE
©2011 SLAMjamz | PO BOX Roosevelt NY 11575
This email was sent to jalil@superstarmanagement.com. To ensure that you continue receiving our emails, please add us to your address book or safe list. View this email on the web here. You can also forward to a friend.
Unsubscribe
Powered by Mad Mimi®

*****


AMWF

The Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation (A&MWF) is a non-denominational, multi-cultural,100% volunteer financed and operated relief organization that provides FREE food, medicine, clothing, educational and employment opportunities, mental and physical health referrals, legal aid, shelter and other necessities to individuals, children, families, and organizations who lack these essentials for any reason. We provide private school and college admissions educational opportunities; assists with referrals for job training and placement; rental assistance; social services assistance; homelessness assistance; mental and physical health assistance; medical assistance and legal aid assistance referrals FREE for ANYONE whom has the need at the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation website.
Providing The Necessities For Success In Life
A&MWF, a public services organization based on GIVING AND SHARING, has created a 100% volunteer self-operated, self-supported, self financed model defined by developing the marketplace of a network that features high-performing results in the invaluable areas of: youth development; elementary, secondary and college education; poverty alleviation; mental and physical health medical services; social services, as well as other economic-empowerment programs for individuals, families; and small businesses.
A&MWF delivers food, medicine, clothing and other necessities to over 4,000 individuals- children, families, and organizations per month who lack these essentials and is pioneering a new trend, as government and community funds grapple with the recession and the challenges of raising funds, WE have forged an awareness and sustained an effort to connect those in dire need with service providers, donors, volunteers and nonprofit groups with these causes. We have taken community foundations and moved into social networking, reaching beyond static “bricks and mortar” to interactive Web sites to serve as a dynamic virtual clearinghouses or “town square” that holds conversations between those in NEED and their local charities, citizens, donors, and volunteers.
A&MWF has made it easy and effortless for service providers, donors, volunteers and nonprofit groups to connect with those in NEED, as we have received more individuals needs profiles submitted on this site. The profiles include their contact information, information about their needs, desired solutions, pleas for their need satisfaction, and a listing of opportunities to achieve their solution. We also have profiles submitted of individuals as prospective donors or volunteers, include information about the causes that interest them.
If you or someone that you know needs Quality of Life Aid, PLEASE fill out the form below so that we can determine the best way to assist them.
Anyone can register at https://AMWFTRUST.ORG by submitting an online request form in a strictly confidential submission and they can also feel free to call the number (510) 394-4101 as well.

*****
********

Searchrite1¿eX-whY AdVentures? 
CASTING CALLS

There are some good entertainment industry job listings below and on the “Casting Page” with Executive jobs in Sports and Entertainment with casting calls, auditions, and internships on the front page at https://eX-whY.com!
We have a HipHop Ad Agency specializing in advertising, strategic planning, promotions and marketing targeting the hard to reach, but extremely lucrative, X-Y and Baby Boomer generations urban and suburban markets using Hip
Hop culture, it’s sound, it’s fashion, it’s speak, it’s bravado, it’s image, it’s way, as the vehicle. We have registered the services of Hip Hop, Rap and RB’s elite artists, producers, directors, writers, choreographers, dancers, graff artist, B-boys, photographers, actors, models, and professional athletes to participate in this ¿eX-whY AdVentures?. We are producing commercial ads from concept, to creation, to production, to placement in media, – the entire process-, while owning our product!!!
We custom design, write, direct, produce, perform and provide all talent for the motion picture or television project, stage play, entertainment event, commercial ads, film trailers, soundtracks, the jingle, voice overs, and all promotions associated with the product.
We are developing jobs for actors, producers, directors, casting directors, and writers in the entertainment, commercial advertisement, stage, film and television fields.
To that end , our management agency would like you to provide us with a list of your castings calls that might fit this description for consideration in placement for jobs that you have.
We would be interested in any roles for anyone of our 10,000 Professional Athletes, Entertainers, Celebrity, Musicians, and Actors direct email recipients; our over 270,000 list members; and our over 21 million total readers of the publications we submit to.
As you can tell from our roster of talent, our Casting Division has a unique advantage in all forms of casting. With the growing popularity of ‘film and music video-style’ products, we have found that directors and producers value our ability to call in seasoned, serious talent from the film and television industries to add depth and quality to performances in stage, film, television and commercials.
More than two decades of feature film, television and commercial casting experience has provided us with strong relationships with agents, managers and talent which helps us to find the necessary talent to create innovative, creative and one-of-a-kind artistic product.
We can send Photos, Bios, videos, Comp Cards, CV with samples of work and salary requirements, where necessary. We are members of the Casting Society of America (C.S.A.), Independent Film Producers (I.F.P.), Screen Actors Guild (S.A.G.), and Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI) to list a few.
There are some good entertainment industry job listings on the “Casting Page” with Executive jobs in Sports and Entertainment with casting calls, auditions, and internships on the front page at https://eX-whY.com!

SUPERSTARS ENTERTAINMENT and SPORTS NETWORK

        SUPERSTARS ENTERTAINMENT and SPORTS NETWORK has over 270,000 subscriber/members with a reach of over 21 million readers! The Network offers FREE advice and help with your sports or entertainment career, FREE Casting calls for TV shows, films, and stage, Invites to Red Carpet and Celebrity A-List Events, FREE notices of Sports and Entertainment jobs, FREE tickets to concerts, films, sporting events, symphony, amusement, and entertainment events, To be part of a Professional Network that provides what YOU need to advance YOUR career. Receive FREE Information and Opportunities for Entertainers and Professional Athlete Representation, Entertainment and Sports Marketing and Business Management in all areas of sports, music and entertainment matters for professional athletes in Entertainment, Motion Picture, Television, Stage, Radio, and Record contracts, Casting opportunities, product endorsements, commercial ads, corporate sponsorships, personal appearances, acting, event production, job placement, branding, funding support, training, event planning and promotion, film and TV production, recording, publishing, concert promotion, talent management, and merchandising. Selling of sports, television, radio, motion picture, and advertising products as well as multimedia, music recording and literary publishing. Subscribe to Superstars Network here. To learn more go to the SUPERSTARS ENTERTAINMENT and SPORTS NETWORK” page on Superstarmanagement.com.
We are offering FREE LISTENING OR DOWNLOADS of our iTunes and podcast of Entertainment Law, “The Art of Reppin Pro Athletes & Entertainers”and “Hip Hop & Spread of Islam” at:
iTunes at:  https://tinyurl.com/m5gyqw
Or https://superstarmanagement.podOmatic.com

OTHER DVD and CD PRESENTATIONS AVAILABLE ARE:

REPRESENTING THE PRODUCER,
REPRESENTING THE DIRECTOR,
REPRESENTING THE SUPERSTAR,
GETTING MONEY FOR YOUR MOVIE ,
LICENSING MOTION PICTURES,
DIGITAL MOVIEMAKING,
THE BUSINESS OF ENTERTAINMENT,
THE BUSINESS OF SPORTS,
SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING,
HIP HOP AND THE SPREAD OF ISLAM,
ISLAM AND MUSIC.
*Get FREE working CONTRACTS for Music, Sports, Film, Advertising, Entertainment, Literary, etc!!!

We Provide and Share opportunities in the Sports and Entertainment Worlds
We encourage and insist that you get yourself together and join SuperStars Network for all your needs and feel confident once again that your business is in the best hands, Yours! Call me collect. This is the wisest decision you could ever make.
* Entertainers and Professional Athlete Representation, Entertainment and Sports Marketing and Business Management, and advise in all areas of sports, music and entertainment matters for professional athletes in Entertainment, Motion Picture, Television, Stage, Radio, and Record contracts as entertainers, artists, labels, producers, songwriter, publishers, distributors, retailers, merchandisers; commercial advertising, corporate sponsorships, product endorsements, marketing and promotions; also including establishing and management of your sports entity;
* Drafting, reviewing and negotiating of contracts for professional athletes; entertainers, artists, recording; producing; motion picture, television, radio and video; performing and touring; booking; publishing; royalties, copyrights and trademarks; distribution; merchandising; interactive multimedia and the internet; synchronization licenses; mechanical licenses; and publishing clearances;
* Casting opportunities,product endorsements, commercial ads, corporate sponsorships, personal appearances, acting, event production, job placement, branding, funding support, training, event planning and promotion, film and TV production, recording, publishing, concert promotion, talent management, and merchandising. Selling of sports, television, radio, motion picture, and advertising products as well as multimedia, music recording and literary publishing;
* Contract negotiations, arbitrations, salary grievances, booking, production, management, recording, publishing, distribution, merchandising, licensing, to representation in copyright matters, royalty disputes, and an array of sports and entertainment issues and problems, with an emphasis on the sports and music industry;
* Provide special services to Rookies, Free Agents, Wavered players, and established Veterans by actively promoting and marketing your interest to the teams, securing try outs and contracts, while giving supplemental reports to selected teams to aid in your quest to get the big dollar contract. For every player, we secure alternate contracts with foreign teams in Canada, Asia, Europe, Latin America, Mexico, Africa, the Islands, as well as other American teams here. We secure contracts for try outs, tours, tournaments and leagues, in addition to employment referrals and aid in furthering your education. For those that do not make it in the United States the first time, we reorient you back into the U.S. pro sports industry with updated film, scouting reports, and information we release to all the pro teams on your progress, statistics, performances, and availability while acquiring new opportunities for you. There is absolutely no other agency or attorney that can do this for you. Just ask them. But….
* Record Demo Shopping; and Label Deals, independent record label, production deals, publishing company and/or distribution company deals.
* Programs that offer several Plans specially designed to fit your needs by providing you with expert advisers to ascertain your clients complete financial security. We provide the best professional advisers to negotiate you or your clients contract and advise you as to the length, the amount of money, the bonuses, incentives, and options in the contract. We have attorneys to procure all your legal needs, certified public accountants for your tax planning, financiers for your investment portfolio, insurance, and estate planning. Additionally we provide personal artist managers to enhance your commercial advertisement, product endorsement, and motion picture appeal. Subscribe to Superstars Network here.

We encourage and insist that you get yourself together and join SuperStars Network for all your needs and feel confident once again that your business is in the best hands, Yours! Call me collect. This is the wisest decision you could ever make.

We are members of the Casting Society of America (CSA), Independant Film Producers (IFP), Screen Actors Guild (SAG), Producers Guild of America (PGA), and Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI)

Thanks, and don’t forget to check out our website at:

Respectfully,
Abdul-Jalil
President
(510) 394-4601

AUGUST-SEPTEMBER 2011 New Job Listings

EXECUTIVE & MANAGEMENT POSITIONS
Major talent agency is looking for an experienced, Manager to Director-level publicist (with knowledge of corporate PR preferred) to work alongside head of corporate communications. Candidate must have trade and business press experience, as well as minimum 5+ years working at PR agency, studio or network. Candidates should have top-notch written and oral communication skills, including ability to write press materials under tight deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Growth potential. Position reports to head of corporate communications but will also interface with senior management. Competitive salary (commensurate with experience) and all customary benefits offered. Please fax resumes and cover letters to 310-205-5608. No calls please.
Manager of Talent, reporting to VP in new Celebrity talent & events department for Nickelodeon’s on and off channel events including Kids’ Choice Awards, Halo Awards, Upfronts, stunt-casting, international needs, talent relations etc. Book celebrities/music performances and provide on-site management of talent at all appearances. Work with team to create and implement celebrity talent strategies for network and negotiate talent deals with Agents and Managers.  Strong research skills and knowledge of pop culture necessary as well as knowledge and contacts in the music, movie and TV business required with experience in an agency, network, label, management or publicity firm.
May send resumes to Nicktalentsubmission@nick.com and must apply at: https://tbe.taleo.net/NA5/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MTVNETWORKS&cws=1&rid=1305
Highly successful reality TV company looking for a full-time, highly experienced Development Producer. Job duties include developing and pitching new, exciting television programming, writing treatments and shooting and editing material. The ideal candidate has a strong interest in and knowledge of unscripted television, brilliant ideas, at least 2 years of experience working for production companies in a similar capacity and some post-production experience. Must be proficient with either Final-cut or Avid. Email resumes to devproducerjob2011@gmail.com
Manager Talent Relations – This position will be responsible for working closely with production, integrated marketing and sales to identify and negotiate talent deals for entertainment initiatives online.  Knowledge of a wide range of talent from social media, television, film, music and pop culture are critical as well as negotiation and deal making skills (rolodex of talent reps including agencies, labels, publicity and management firms a plus). www.Alloyentertainment.com submit resumes to rhotaling@alloy.com
Young Hollywood, a multimedia entertainment company and one of the world’s largest producers of celebrity and lifestyle content, is looking for a Content Sales Manager in its West LA Office.  This sales individual is responsible for developing and executing new business opportunities and creating new content licensing opportunities both domestically and Internationally.  For consideration please send resume and cover letter to: jobs@younghollywood.com with Content Sales Manager in the subject line.
Independent feature film production company is seeking a Creative Executive. The position offers a tremendous opportunity to jump into an existing slate of projects. Currently in Post-Production on one movie and several in pre-production. Company is growing and is looking for a smart, aggressive young executive who is excited about helping to build and grow company. Must have experience and existing relationships and be willing to work long hours. This is not a position for someone with no previous CE experience. Creative financial package plus health insurance. If this sounds like you, please send resumes to creative.exec2011@gmail.com
Thought Equity Motion is looking for Content Sales Managers in its LA Office.  This sales individual is responsible for developing and executing new business opportunities, as well as growing existing accounts. Clients include advertising agencies, feature films, episodic television, documentary production companies, regional sports networks, internet publishers, Fortune 500 companies and countless other high-end consumers of high quality video.  For consideration please send resume and cover letter to Sal Siino at jobs@thoughtequity.com.
Busy Independent Production/Distribution Company is seeking an experienced Head of Sales and Sales Agent for foreign sales division. Must be familiar with international buyers, markets and festivals. Previous experience in foreign sales is required. Please email cover letter and resume to entsales7@gmail.com.
ASSISTANT LEVEL
United Talent Agency (UTA) seeks qualified candidates for its agent trainee program. Previous industry experience and bachelors degree required. Candidates must be motivated, extremely detail oriented, have excellent communication and organizational skills and a desire to learn the business of talent representation. This is a very demanding environment with excellent opportunities to work in Film, Television, Music, New Media and Entertainment Marketing. Proficiency with Microsoft Office software is mandatory. Compensation includes overtime and full benefits. References required. www.unitedtalent.com for more information. Fax cover letter & resume to (310) 247-1111 or email to HR@unitedtalent.com. Attn: Human Resources. No calls.
We are seeking a highly motivated, hard-working individual to fill the role of Executive Assistant to the President/CEO of the company. Successful candidates must be reliable, professional, hardworking, and highly organized, heavy phones a must. Minimum of 1-year assistant experience in talent agency/management only. Please email cover letter, resume and references to miacho@vcassoc.com
Zodiak USA seeks a development assistant to start immediately. Candidates must have a strong interest in non-scripted television, excellent writing & research skills, be extremely organized and willing to commit to the position for the long term. Looking for smart, self-starters that will run with any assigned project.  Please send resumes to agoodproduction@gmail.com
Design firm in Culver City seeks an Executive/Personal Assistant for CEO. Duties include: answering phones, filing, ordering supplies, errands, (reliable car and valid California license a must!). Must be willing to run personal errands and get dirty at site visits. This is a temporary contract position with a possibility of becoming a future fulltime employee. Position starts immediately and pay is $12/hr. Ideal candidate will be have an extreme attention to detail, be highly communicative, detailed, organized and computer literate (Photoshop and SketchUp a plus!), good eye for photography, and from a design background. Stock hours are typically 10am – 6pm Monday – Friday, depending. Please reply only in email to: Humanresources@deltahdesign.com
Brand Arc, West Los Angeles based branded entertainment firm is looking for an intelligent, flexible, energetic, personable individual to perform administrative duties for their executive management primarily working with the firm’s president. Responsibilities will include screening calls, making travel and meeting arrangements, keeping the president’s calendar, preparing and filing reports and financial data. Requires strong Mac and Internet research skills with excellent knowledge of MS Office and Keynote. Contact: mike@brandarc.biz
Trademark Talent seeks an assistant to the owner of the company.  Must be proficient with Microsoft Office and Mac computers.   This is a very demanding job requiring someone who is extremely self-motivated and forward thinking.  Knowledge of inEntertainment is a plus.  Please email resume and cover letter (no attachments) with Assistant in the subject line to: trademarktalent@gmail.com
The Voiceover Department is looking for a self-motivated individual with a strong work ethic. Seeking a computer savvy, energetic, multitasker with the ability to remain professional and focused in a detail oriented, fast paced environment. Responsibilities include handling a heavy volume of phone calls/emails, scheduling, filing and recording/directing daily in-house voiceover auditions. Must have the ability to foster a supportive rapport with clientele, as well as keep calm in high pressure/quick turnaround situations. The ideal candidate would be okay working long hours and is interested in growth and longevity with the company.  No actors please.  Email resumes to: talentagencyinfo@gmail.com
Part-time Assistant to the Producer needed for film/TV production company just off the sale of its third reality show and with a growing list of other projects in various stages of development, including an independent feature and television projects in the reality realm. Applicant will also have heavy developmental duties and will learn how to sell a show at the ground level.  Must be able to work effectively from home.  Previous assistant experience preferred. Experience with post-production and Final Cut Pro preferred. Minimum 12-15 hrs/wk.  $10/hr to start.  Please email resume and cover letter to lindsey@sssentertainment.com.
Seeking highly-motivated office assistant for boutique TV and film literary management company (not a production or development job). Requirements: industrious, tough, self-starter, multi-tasker with can-do attitude who can work independently and who is available to start immediately and make one-year commitment. Similar (non-production) entertainment office experience highly preferable (phone sheet, submissions, scheduling, filing, logs, etc.).  $500 to $600/week depending on experience.  Limited benefits. Send resume and cover letter to Field Entertainment via fax: 310-271-6243 or e-mail:  hiring@fieldentertainment.net.
Busy LA-based reality TV production company that produces shows for Discovery, A&E, Spike, SyFy and more is looking for an experienced Executive Assistant.  The ideal candidate will be passionate about non-scripted programming and highly organized, work well under pressure, have a 4 year degree and prior production or agency experience.  Advancement opportunities for the right person.  Please send resume and cover letter to realityjobsandinternships@gmail.com with (Executive Assistant – Your Name) in subject line.
Summit Entertainment is recruiting for an Executive Assistant in their Domestic Theatrical department.  This role is responsible for managing day-to-day administrative functions that involve a variety of creative clients and high level executives (both internally and externally), and specializes in the accounting, sales, exhibition and distribution of theatrical motion pictures. For a complete job description and on-line application, please refer to Summit’s corporate website.  Candidates must complete the on-line application for consideration. resumes@summit-ent.com
Vuguru LLC, an independent studio financing and developing original scripted content (founded by Michael Eisner), seeks an Executive Assistant to the President. Candidate must have at least two years’ experience on a busy executive or agent’s desk and know the logistics of managing an office. Ideal for someone looking to grow in a business capacity. Must give at least a 2-year commitment to the position.  Position available immediately. Email Vugurujobs@gmail.com
Manager/Producer at a top talent management company seeks assistant with at least one year of agency or management experience.  Candidate should be an organized multi-tasker capable of handling theatrical, literary, and personal appearance scheduling and submissions.  Comedy interest and knowledge is a must.  Please email resumes to jzasst@pyent.com
Talent Management company with high-level feature and television clients seeks a detail oriented and organized assistant.  Relevant talent agency, casting or management company desk experience is preferred.  Applicant must be hard-working and reliable with the ability to juggle, prioritize and follow-through on responsibilities.  Duties include arranging/maintaining calendars and schedules, heavy phones and emails, and liaising with clients and casting offices.  Knowledge of inEntertainment is a plus.  Punctuality is a must.  Please send resumes to mgmtassistant2011@gmail.com.
Advisory firm/agency (media/entertainment/marketing) operating at the hub of Hollywood and Madison seeks Executive Assistant to fill an immediate position in Los Angeles. Bachelor’s degree required. Must be willing to work flexible hours and be flexible with rapidly changing business projects. Candidates must be able to manage multiple tasks effectively, properly prioritize and be organized in approach and execution of work. Please e-mail resumes to eaconsulting2011@gmail.com
Century City boutique talent agency seeks ambitious & experienced assistant to TV/Film agents. Extremely detail oriented, computer literate.  Dealing with top industry executives-answering phones, taking appointments, filing & attending screenings. Only interested in candidates who want to be an agent & prefer agency experience & worked with Inentertainment program. Competitive wages, health insurance after 3 months, paid parking plus unlimited growth potential. Email resume: assistant@greenetalent.com
Assistant to President, Global Brand of long-standing film and television production company needed asap. Looking for a very responsible, personable and proactive individual to provide administrative support in a multifaceted environment. Must possess excellent organizational and communication skills, multi-tasking abilities and interest in the multi-faceted world of brand management. Entertainment experience and industry knowledge required.  Email resumes to: assistantjob1@live.com
Busy high-level Management and Production Company seeking Executive Assistant/Junior Manager for the President of the company. Candidate should be able to work well under pressure, driven, detail oriented and creative with strong communication skills, flexible, prioritize, deal with variable deadlines, initiative, self-motivated, personable demeanor, strong client interfacing and coordination skills. Candidate should have at least  two years’ experience in the Talent Agency and/or Talent Management industry. Must be great at pitching clients to Casting Directors and have strong relationships with Agents.  Proficient in Breakdown submissions, Microsoft Office and Apple OS X and iOS.  Must have a strong desire to become a future Talent Manager. Please email AsstPosition9028@aol.com
A leading motion picture advertising agency in Santa Monica is seeking an executive assistant/office manager. It’s a great position for someone looking to get in on the ground level of a vibrant and dynamic agency. The ideal candidate is ambitious, detail-oriented, and has great communication skills. He/she should be familiar with administrative tasks and not afraid to take on creative challenges. Resumes and cover letters to: transit.careers@gmail.com
One literary manager/producer and one talent manager seek an experienced assistant to share. Individual should have experience as an assistant at an agency or management company. Candidate should be driven, detail oriented,  show initiative, self-motivated, and ability to coordinate clients schedule and calendar. The individual should be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and must have a strong desire to learn this side of the business. Seeking an immediate replacement.  Please email resumes: talentmanagementjob2011@gmail.com
Myriad Pictures, a Santa Monica based film development, production and international sales company is seeking an assistant to the CEO.  Tasks include phones, calendar, travel/market coordination, expenses, coverage, intern management, etc.  Ideal candidate is motivated, responsible, detail-oriented, proficient in Word/Excel/Outlook.  Must have at least one year experience on an executive’s desk-internships do not count.  Salary DOE, benefits.  Send cover letter, resume (.doc or .pdf), and references to intlasst@yahoo.com.
Looking for an assistant for a feature and television production company/VFX studio (Simon West Productions/The Graphic Film Company).  Agency experience and an ability to analyze TV and feature screenplays a plus.  Please send resumes to Resumes@thegraphicfilmcompany.com  7/26
Entertainment guild seeks Awards Administrator to manage and oversee awards submission process for film and television.  Candidate must be a law school graduate, with extreme detail orientation and flawless follow-through, strong skills in both interpersonal communication and database management.  $700/week, including benefits.  Please send brief cover note and concise resume to awardsadmin2012@gmail.com
Talent Management and Brand Marketing company looking for assistant for 2 executives for boutique size company.  applicant should be upbeat, energetic, and a self-starter.   Job will consist of phones, schedules , filing , and general office work.  Would like someone that can create marking plans via power point, and flyers via photo shop.   Applicant must have college degree and have extensive knowledge of apple computer systems.   Company is based in sunset plaza.  Agency or PR/ Marketing  experience preferred.  please send resume to assist@zgroupla.com
Reveille seeks an Executive Assistant to the SVP, Finance. Position will also lend general support to finance team.  Responsibilities include calendar management, scheduling and managing phone calls, drafting correspondence, preparing and submitting expense reports, and updating and maintaining a variety of departmental status reports.  Qualified candidates must possess enthusiasm, flexibility, creativity, the willingness to assume increased responsibility and a keen interest in the business and finance. Please send cover letter and resume to hr@reveillellc.com and indicate job title in subject line of email.
Boutique Talent Management and Development Company seeks highly motivated assistant.  Must have prior industry experience.  Heavy scheduling, travel planning, phone work and diversified office duties.  Must be highly organized and detail oriented. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience. Full time position.  Email: lmg@lanemanagement.com
Former studio head & Academy Award nominated producer seeks an experienced executive assistant.  Individual should have prior experience as an assistant at a studio, production or management company, agency or hotel/hospitality industry.  Candidate should be driven, highly organized & detail oriented, show initiative, self-motivated, and ability to coordinate heavy schedule and calendar (meetings/travel/personal).  Must be a problem solver & absolute discretion is required.  Working directly for the producer in a small production company.  The individual should be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and script coverage/notes experience.  Seeking an immediate replacement.  Please email resumes: juldff@aol.com
Bi-coastal boutique talent agency looking for an assistant in their LA office.  Assistant would be responsible for two agents that cover film, television and theatre.  Duties will include heavy phones, submissions, taking and giving out auditions and other general office duties.  Ideal candidate would have at least six months working at an agency (on any type of desk).  Candidates with little experience should still apply, but this would be a great opportunity for somebody looking to grow to be a junior agent.  This desk is very hands on. E-mail cover letter and resume to: agencyasst2011@gmail.com
PERSONAL ASSISTANT POSITIONS
Immediate part-time opening for Personal and Office Assistant to founder of company dedicated to original programming for multiple high-end web content providers. Candidate must have at least 1 year of agency, network or studio experience. Candidate should be a smart, organized, quick-thinker who is able to thrive in a fast-paced environment. Background in digital entertainment, comedy, TV and/ or film is preferred. Personal sense of humor is essential. Job has potential to expand to full-time if you are the right fit. Working laptop and car required, as is knowledge of Mac platform and MobileMe. Perfect opportunity for someone looking to learn more about web entertainment. Please email resume in body of email to amberjasst@gmail.com.
Actress/Singer seeks a personal assistant. Duties include driving client, personal/work scheduling, handling errands, researching, and just general multi-tasking and personal assistant duties. Must be able to tolerate a high demand of work. Previous personal assistant experience is mandatory. Please email resumes to: untitledpersonalasst@yahoo.com
Producer/Actress is looking to hire a personal assistant/executive assistant. Knowledge of scripted TV, both comedy and drama and Film important. Highly enthusiastic, organized, time management skilled team worker with a positive attitude and willingness to fit in. Please send resumes as an attachment and in the body of the email a short cover letter: Your salary desired. What are your goals for the next 2 years, where would you like to be in 10 years. Your 3 best qualities fitting this job and 3 things you’d like to be better at.  Contact: Mannerkoskienterprises@yahoo.com
ENTERTAINMENT PR & MARKETING (MOST POSITIONS INCLUDING INTERNSHIPS)
Major talent agency is looking for an experienced, Manager to Director-level publicist (with knowledge of corporate PR preferred) to work alongside head of corporate communications. Candidate must have trade and business press experience, as well as minimum 5+ years working at PR agency, studio or network. Candidates should have top-notch written and oral communication skills, including ability to write press materials under tight deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Growth potential. Position reports to head of corporate communications but will also interface with senior management. Competitive salary (commensurate with experience) and all customary benefits offered. Please fax resumes and cover letters to 310-205-5608. No calls please.
LA Based Lifestyle & Marketing Group with specialties in Events & Promotions, seeks an assistant to the President & Vice President. Candidates should have college degree or 1 year experience working in Entertainment/Marketing Industries.  Brand relationships are a huge plus.  Must be proficient in MS Office.  Duties include answering phones, creating proposals, and administrative duties.  Salary depending on experience.  Please submit cover letter, references and resume to  info@thegatheringla.com Subject Assistant
LA Based Lifestyle & Marketing Group with specialties in Events & Promotions, seeking interns. Must be proficient in MS Office.  Duties include running errands, organizing the office, and assisting where needs may be.  Unpaid but room to grow and move into paid position.  Please submit cover letter, references and resume to  info@thegatheringla.com  Subject Internship
Hollywood based boutique public relations firm, which specializes in talent and entertainment publicity, is currently accepting intern applications for Fall 2011. Applicants should have an interest in public relations, and be energetic, reliable, hardworking and professional. This is a very hands-on experience. Intern duties will include, but are not limited to: updating media contacts, updating premiere and event lists, assisting with press kits, covering desks, answering phones, scheduling, updating Facebook account, etc. This is NOT a paid internship, and candidates must be eligible to receive school credit and available to work two full days a week. Please submit cover letter and resume to mcclureassistant@aol.com
Opening for an assistant to the Executive Director of Communications for CBS Television Studios. This person will be responsible for reviewing and pulling press clippings, executive travel, helping with publicity campaigns, assisting with events, maintaining press contact information and lists, general administrative duties, and any other day to day activities that occur in a bustling PR office. Candidate must also have good phone etiquette and be comfortable working with press and talent. Looking for an individual with 1-2 years of entertainment industry experience and a desire to immerse themselves in the world of publicity. Interested and qualified applicants should submit resumes to: Kacy.Lee@cbs.com subject line Publicity Assistant.
Entertainment Public Relations Firm, with A-Level clients, seeks an executive assistant to work for partner. Minimum two years of experience in publicity required from either a public relations firm or a studio. Candidates must have excellent communication skills and the ability to multi-task in a fast-pace environment. Medical/Dental benefits. Salary is $37k. email resume to asoucie@24seveninc.com
Busy, boutique PR firm based in Hollywood seeks eager intern ready to learn about the entertainment industry, working with A-list clients and red carpet events. Candidates should be driven, detail-oriented, outgoing, and creative with strong communication skills. Also important, a knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. We are seeking someone interested to pursue a career in public relations. Must be willing to work a 3 month, 2 day a week minimum, Tuesdays and Thursdays, starting August 2nd, 2011. Internship is unpaid, but college credit may be obtained. Place resume and cover letter in body of email and attach as well. Email to officeasst@marleahleslie.com
Busy boutique PR Firm seeks organized, self-starter with excellent communication skills for the position of: Assistant to a Partner. This is not an entry level position; applicants must have Public Relations and administrative experience. Duties include maintaining schedules for A List clientele as well as that of a partner at the firm. Roll calls, research projects and contacts, provide general public relations and personal assistance support, where required. Bachelor’s degree and strong computer skills required. To submit your resume, please email: pr4assistant@aol.com.
The Ant Farm seeks a Games Assistant.  1+ years’ experience, university degree and passion for games required.  Knowledge of post-production, tape formats, Mac, Excel, Word, Entourage, Photoshop and Illustrator.  Maintain On-Air, department schedule and contracts.  Create Legal Slates in Photoshop.  Schedule finishing with post houses.  Must be passionate about Games!  Great company and benefits.  Send cover letter, resume, salary history to: jobs@theantfarm.net.  Must include in the subject line of email:  GA-UTA
Syndicate Media Group, communications and marketing agency that develops and implements strategies for leading luxury brands, seeks Senior Account Executive for LA office. Position involves client relations, brand partnerships, account management, developing press/marketing strategies, securing media placements and more.  Must be driven, self-starter with at least five years of lifestyle PR experience and strong regional and national media relationships in lifestyle, travel, food and entertainment. Cover letters/resumes to jobs@syndicatemediagroup.com
Entertainment Public Relations Firm, with A-Level clients, seeks an executive assistant to work for partner.  Minimum two years of experience in publicity required from either a public relations firm or a studio. Candidates must have excellent communication skills and the ability to multi-task in a fast-pace environment.   Medical/Dental benefits.  Email resume to prjobsearch2011@yahoo.com.
Cashmere Agency – seeking Online Publicity Interns. Responsibilities include creating targeted media lists, collecting media hits, assisting in creating client reports and participating in brainstorm sessions. Must have online blog and social media knowledge and interest – especially in entertainment. Ideal candidates are creative, detail-oriented multi-taskers who demonstrate the ability to work under pressure with a team. Credit only. Please submit a cover letter and resume to careers@cashmereagency.com
Cashmere Agency – seeking Online Marketing Interns. Responsibilities include research, campaign development, social media maintenance and brainstorm sessions. Must have knowledge of entertainment/digital industry news, blogs, social media tools and apps. Ideal candidates are creative, detail-oriented multi-taskers who demonstrate the ability to work under pressure with a team. Credit only. Please submit a cover letter and resume to careers@cashmereagency.com
Los Angeles based PR and Marketing firm is looking for eager and hard-working interns to come in and help out at least two full days a week.  Clients include those in the fashion, design, and entertainment fields.  Tasks include answering phones, filing, research, occasional work-related errands, etc.  Occasional attendance at events required as well.  Internship is for school credit only. Please email resumes to matt@periodmedia.com
A prestigious entertainment PR firm in W. Hollywood seeks a dedicated full-time assistant in a very demanding environment with long hours and weekends. Must be dedicated, assertive, proactive, reliable and want a career in PR. Responsibilities: Office management, heavy calls, monitor emails, oversee schedules, cover events, schedule meetings, etc. Must be out of college with two years full-time work experience & live in LA! Please email resume/cover letter to agprasst@gmail.com
MUSIC INDUSTRY (ALL POSITIONS INCLUDING INTERNSHIPS)
A-list record label and management company in Beverly Hills seeks a bright, motivated intern to help with administrative tasks. Duties include phones, helping with promotional mailings, coordinating travel, organizing information, and other duties as assigned. This is an excellent opportunity to learn the skills you’ll need for starting out in the entertainment industry, and the internship provides a great introduction to how a busy label operates. Previous desk experience preferred but not required. Candidates must be able to receive school credit as the position is unpaid. Looking for someone to start immediately.  E-mail cover letter and resume to thecollectiveintern@gmail.com.
Unpaid Intern: Bulletproof Entertainment, run by one of the top music producers/supervisors in the motion picture and soundtrack industry, is in need of interns to assist with scanning, video editing, reachout, our CD library & iTunes database, record production, computer graphics, as well as some light office duties. Requirements: strong interest in music and film industries and strong proficiency with Mac/Apple software. Email resume and brief letter to apply@bulletproofentertainment.com
TECH/NEW MEDIA/WEB 2.0 POSITIONS
Young Hollywood, a next generation multimedia entertainment company, is seeking dedicated fall interns to assist in areas including production, post-production, PR/marketing, social media and editorial. The ideal candidate would be available 3 days per week for a minimum of 3 months. Strong written and internet skills required. This position is very hands on in a young, fun environment with professionalism being a must. Please have your own laptop. The internship is for college credit only. Please send resume and cover letter to: jobs@younghollywood.com  with Fall Internship in the subject line.
The new nationally syndicated, political talk radio show- “America Now with Andy Dean” – launching August 8 on the Premiere Radio Networks and Sirius/XM satellite is looking for highly energetic, self-starting individuals who have a nose for news and social media – along with sharp writing skills, to help manage our show’s blog/website/Facebook/Twitter feeds. Interns will assist with the daily production including, assisting with research, booking guests, audio production and editing. Internship is unpaid, and for college credit only. This internship is part-time, minimally 2-3 half days a week, starting immediately. Cover letters/resumes to careers@americanowradio.com
InTheMO Interactive is a media/tech company with a television and digital web-series division. We are on the cutting edge of digital marketing and media and seek hard-working interns looking to be very creatively involved.  Room for growth if you prove yourself.  Bring ideas, excitement and energy to this Brentwood LA office in a fun, casual and creative environment.   School credit only.  Send resumes to laura.mcnulty@inthemo.com.
An entertainment and corporate Social Media Marketing Company with offices in Los Angeles and Orange County is conducting a search to immediately employ a full-time Social Media Manager.  Minimum 2 yrs experience. Candidate will create strategic development and creative execution of social media campaigns for a wide range of clients, conducting analysis of social media and other online campaign metrics to identify and derive key insights regarding audience behavior/trends and recommending strategies to maximize integrated marketing campaign results. SEO and SEM, HTML, newsletter and blog savvy. Send resume and cover letter to socialmedia728@gmail.com.
Leading Public Relations Company based in Los Angeles seeks qualified individual in the social media realm.  Candidate will lead and develop social media strategy while driving interest around the company. Candidates must be active users of popular tools such as Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare and others.  Ideal candidates must have experience managing Twitter and Facebook accounts for third parties. Candidates must be good writers (both formal and conversational) and have excellent communication and organizational skills.  Opportunity for growth. A bachelor’s degree is mandatory.  Email cover letter and resume to hr@hypepr.com.  Please include your Twitter account name in your cover letter, as well as any of the account names for any third party accounts you have managed personally.
Digital production company is seeking a full-time social media coordinator to manage multiple clients’ communities and websites. Must have excellent creative writing skills, spectacular organization, hyper attention to detail, and experience in Photoshop. Ability to navigate Facebook, Twitter, WordPress, YouTube and other digital platforms with dexterity is essential. Background in marketing with 2 + years experience in the digital space preferred. Please send resume and cover letter to: collectivedigitalstudios@gmail.com
A busy digital production/distribution company is seeking star interns who can commit 3-5 days/week for school credit (unpaid internship). Should possess basic Photoshop skills, and be proficient in social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Formspring, and Tumblr. Interest in online video content and horror films a plus. Please submit cover letter and resume to collectivedigitalstudios@gmail.com.
CASTING (ALL POSITIONS INCLUDING INTERNSHIPS)
NON-LA POSITIONS (All Locations/All Positions)
Entertainment Public Relations Firm NY office, with A-Level clients, seeks an executive assistant to work for senior publicist.  Minimum one year of experience in personal publicity required but will consider agency or management. Candidates must have excellent communication skills and the ability to multi-task in a fast-pace environment.  Medical/Dental benefits.  Email resume to NYprjobsearch2011@yahoo.com
Leading branded content agency in NYC is looking for a Producer to oversee the creative and project management of various branded productions.  Responsibilities include playing a lead role on content creation, execution and project management, as well as provide key contact with clients and agencies. Need to have creative, multitasking and organizational skills.  Must have prior production experience including PowerPoint and Excel. Email resume/cover letter to  brandedcontentjobs@gmail.com
Screen Media Films, an independent film distribution company in New York, seeks a Marketing and Acquisitions Assistant. Prior marketing and assistant/office experience preferred. Responsibilities include scheduling, screening and tracking submissions, online research, assist in marketing campaigns for theatrical and home video releases, writing and creating marketing materials and general office management. Applicants must be proficient in Microsoft Office (InDesign and Photoshop a plus). Email cover letters and resumes to darcy@screenmedia.net.
Screen Media Films, an independent film distribution company located in New York, seeks a fall Intern. Intern will be exposed to all aspects of distribution. Primary tasks will involve assisting on marketing and acquisitions projects, with responsibilities that include: screening films, performing internet research, organizing mailings, writing copy, and proofreading materials. Applicants must be familiar with Microsoft Office (InDesign and Photoshop a plus). Please send resume and brief cover letter to darcy@screenmedia.net Interested applicants must be available for the entire fall semester and must be able to receive college credit.
GENERAL OFFICE POSITIONS-RECEPTIONIST/ PA /BOOKEEPING/ RUNNER
A-list management and production company in Beverly Hills seeks intern to assist the receptionist/office manager. Duties include answering the main line, placing and tracking orders, updating internal files, handling mail, covering for other assistants, and other duties as assigned. Candidate should have a can-do attitude and positive work ethic. This internship will provide an excellent introduction to how a management firm operates. Candidates should be available 16-32 hours per week. This position is unpaid, and candidates must be able to receive school credit. Please send cover letters and resumes to thecollectiveintern@gmail.com.
Boutique PR Firm specializing in A Level talent is seeking a receptionist to start immediately. Primary duties include answering phones, helping out on assistant’s desks, ordering supplies, shipping/receiving, compiling media lists, scanning and filing press clippings, running errands, some writing, and other general office duties. College degree with focus in marketing, public relations preferred. Should have prior internship experience in PR . Please submit resumes to Marianna@sra-pr.com
Top film/music video/commercial production company seeks a polished, skilled and energetic office manager.  The position not only involves client, personnel, and vendor management, but also scheduling/overseeing PAs and interns and general maintenance of the day-to-day in our busy office.  IT experience is vital, and familiarity with accounting appreciated.  This is a fantastic opportunity for someone interested in production.  Production and/or agency experience is preferred though not required. Salary starting at 28K or based on experience.  Please email cover letter and resume to:officemanager2020@gmail.com
The Mill, a high-end visual effects company, is looking for runners in our LA office. Runners hold a key client service role, providing the highest standards of assistance and support to both internal and external clients, and ensuring first-rate hospitality.  The position is paid and starts out a few days a week with possibility of growing into a FT position. We are very keen to hear from you if you are an enthusiastic, hard-working, self-motivating talented individual with a passion for creative digital media and visual effects. Send resume to recruitment.la@themill.com
Receptionist needed for music company. Responsibilities include greeting guests in friendly and professional manner, maintaining appearance/ upkeep of office, basic administrative work. Must be a self-starter/ quick learner with exceptional people and communications skills; detail oriented; strong organizational skills; prioritize multiple tasks; ensure jobs are completed accurately; possess desire to excel at all tasks. Salary 25k + benefits.  Please submit cover letter and resume to whowantsajob@gmail.com.
We are seeking a qualified individual for the receptionist position at our busy entertainment company. Responsibilities include answering heavy phones, greeting guests, writing interoffice emails and memos, tracking petty cash and parking validations and managing mail and supplies for the office.  Must have strong computer skills, particularly with MS Office programs and at least one year of administrative experience; prior experience in the entertainment industry a plus.  Salary is commensurate with experience and benefits included.  Please email a cover letter and resume to resume90210@gmail.com.
Culver City based Commercial Production Company seeks a receptionist / office manager for busy, growing company. Applicant must be a motivated self-starter with exceptional people skills.  Duties will include greeting guests, accepting packages, coordinating offsite office runs and deliveries, ordering, stocking and maintaining office and kitchen supplies, answering the main line, assisting the CEO, and booking travel. Must have excellent organizational skills and be proficient on a Mac and with Word and Excel. Please send resume and cover letter to commercialprodcojobs@gmail.com.
INTERNSHIPS (Film & Television)
Boutique Talent Management company seeks, Fall interns to begin in September. Looking for reliable, detail oriented interns who are truly motivated to learn about the industry.  Must be Mac adept.  Position works 1-2 days per week. Unpaid, but can offer school credit.  Email resumes to info@goldlevintalent.com
An A-list management and production company in Beverly Hills seeks a diligent and ambitious intern interested in television development. Tasks include answering phones, managing schedules, working with client, and going on runs. This internship is a great opportunity to gain work experience in the management area of the entertainment field as well as develop your professional network and resume. Previous desk experience is preferred but not required. This internship is not paid so those interested must be able to receive school credit from their respective institution. E-mail cover letter and resume to thecollectiveintern@gmail.com
Feature Film Production Company Seeks Paid and Unpaid Interns.  Feature Film/TV production company with studio credits and projects with A List directors, is seeking smart, articulate, hard-working interns.  We work closely with our interns to train them on all office responsibilities.  Once complete, skills will be transferable to any company in town.  Candidates should be interested in a career as a producer, manager, development exec.  Full time internships are paid, part time is unpaid. Send resumes/cover letters to assistant@elements-entertainment.com
Crucial Films, a busy production company for a major entertainment mogul, seeks motivated interns asap for Fall.  Candidates must be fulltime students.  Focusing on films/TV, this is a unique opportunity for a very hands on experience.  Duties: handle phone calls, set meetings for executives, read and report on scripts.  This is an unpaid internship, but will help you take your career to the next level.  Send resumes to crucialfilms.asst@gmail.com
Corner of the Sky Entertainment (Good Luck Chuck, Evan Almighty) Film and Television company seeking office interns.  Looking for creative, self-starters for 2-3 days a week.  Responsibilities include reading/covering scripts, phones, general office duties/runs.  Patience is a must.  Great experience, recs, great way to learn the spec script market.  Flexible days/hours.  Position is unpaid.  Please email cosasst@gmail.com  8/5
Worldwide film production, finance and sales company based in West Hollywood seeks interns interested in learning about global theatrical marketplace.  Focus is on presales, financing, and festivals.  Business school students encouraged to apply. Should be Mac capable and have excellent office skills including Microsoft Office. Must be receiving credit.  Send resume to internships@essential-ent.com.
An A-list management and production company in Beverly Hills seeks a proactive and hard-working intern for the reality/lifestyle/branding department. Duties include handling heavy phones, coordinating schedules and meetings, interacting with clients, and special projects as assigned. This internship is a great opportunity to gain work experience in the management area of the entertainment field as well as develop your professional network and resume. Previous desk experience is preferred but not required. This internship is not paid so those interested must be able to receive school credit from their respective institution. E-mail cover letter and resume to thecollectiveintern@gmail.com
OddLot Entertainment (Drive, From Prada to Nada, Rabbit Hole) is looking for enthusiastic interns seeking experience in film development/production. Duties include reading/covering scripts, joining Weekend Read meetings, creating writer/director lists, phone reception, daily errands. We’re looking for candidates who are self-starters, organized, can multi-task, and have an overall hunger to learn. Unpaid, but we provide lunch. Please email cover letter and resume to internship@oddlotent.com, Attn: Office Manager/HR, with subject line P&D Internship Fall 2011.
Seeking interns for a busy lot-based production company starting mid-August.  No college credit required.  Unpaid. Internship will consist of: writing coverage of scripts, project research, filing/organizational tasks, answering phones, and making runs/drops.  Car recommended but not required. Candidate should be hard working,  detail oriented and have excellent computer skills and strong communication skills.  Please email resumes to meredith_wieck@paramount.com by Fri, Aug 12, 2011.
Rat Entertainment, Brett Ratner’s production company (Horrible Bosses, Snow White), located on the Universal Studios lot, is looking for unpaid interns. We need people who are willing to work 1-2 days a week, between the hours of 9am to 6:30pm. Duties will include Xeroxing, running errands, research, filing and sorting, dubbing tapes, temping on assistants’ desks, answering phones, reading scripts and writing coverage. We are looking for fastidious, self-reliant, eager, and responsible candidates. Please email resumes to ratfilmintern@gmail.com.
Talent management company is looking for a new intern to start asap. The company manages actors, writers and directors in film and television and develops features and TV series. Candidate must be organized with excellent computer and phone skills and have the ability to juggle various duties in a fast-paced environment. Opportunity for advancement for somebody interested in representation. Must have college degree or be currently enrolled. E-mail cover letter and resume to alexandra@schachterent.com.
Santa Monica start-up Film Studio integrated with a proprietary social media platform needs smart and driven interns for our digital, film, and finance departments.  Tasks include, research, script coverage, QA testing, production support, assisting heads of departments, errands, etc.  Qualified candidates will have excellent knowledge in the web platforms, film, be a self-starter, and proficient in Microsoft Office. This is unpaid.  Please send resume and cover letter to jbfintern10@gmail.com
Smart Entertainment (Ted, Family Guy, Blades Of Glory, Anger Management, The Ringer) seeks passionate interns to start immediately. Responsibilities include script reading and coverage, research, answering phone calls and general office demands. This is an excellent opportunity to learn in an active environment and grow within the entertainment industry.  2-3 days/week preferred. Email resumes and cover letters to: assistant@smartentertainment.com
Production Company is seeking motivated interns interested in development. The internship will cover a wide array of tasks ranging from general clerical duties, to script reading with coverage, and research projects. Interns will have a hands-on exclusive insight into the day-to-day activities of a production company. Candidates should be hard working and enthusiastic with a general sense of the industry.  Looking for candidates that can begin immediately.  Please send all resumes to: reception@radarpictures.com
Radiant Productions, director Wolfgang Petersen’s company, is actively seeking development interns for Fall 2011. Radiant combines epic-scale filmmaking with a great, small company environment.  Interns will read scripts, books, and graphic novels; write coverage and receive feedback; complete research projects; and handle general office duties. They may also have the opportunity to join internal, pitch, or general meetings, at the supervisor’s discretion. This is a great, hands-on learning opportunity.  College credit and at least 2 full days/week are a must. Please fax cover letter and resume to (310) 656-1408, or email them to radiantproductions@hotmail.com
A busy West Hollywood based film financier and production company require a part time intern immediately. Duties include office work and script coverage. Candidates should be enthusiastic, computer literate and detail-oriented. This is a great opportunity to learn and see how independent films are financed.  Position is unpaid, candidates must have script coverage experience. Please email cover letters, availability and resumes  Receptionusa@futurefilmgroup.com
The Mark Gordon Company (2012, The Day After Tomorrow, Saving Private Ryan, Speed, “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Criminal Minds”) seeks sharp, creative interns passionate about Film, TV and New Media. Excellent analytical reading and writing skills necessary, as coverage is expected regularly. We recognize and reward talent and give our interns a lot of opportunity for creative input. Our internship producing program teaches interns the steps taken to develop and produce feature films and television series in a fun, family-like work environment. Car required and all interns must be able to earn credit. Hours are preferably at least a couple full days a week. We hire interns through our website at https://mgintern.ning.com.  Please log on and create a short video and profile about yourself. We are currently hiring interns for FALL 2011. Questions: ps@mgpics.com
Beverly Hills Independent Film & TV production company seeks motivated and enthusiastic interns who want an exclusive and personable experience in entertainment for the Summer. Interns will read scripts, write coverage, and participate in project development. Interns will also serve as a temporary assistant to the producers when needed. Candidates must be self-starters and eager to take initiative. Ideas for projects welcome.  Please email a cover letter and resume to BevHills.Internship@gmail.com
Samuel Goldwyn Films is looking for hard working interns to start immediately. Responsibilities include film festival prep, script reading and screening movies coverage, research, and general office needs. We are looking for someone to commit to 2 or more days/week in our Beverly Hills office. Students must be enrolled in a recognized academic institution. Please email resumes to margot@samuelgoldwyn.com
The Grammy Foundation & MusiCares is looking for reliable and enthusiastic interns to work with the Communications Manager and the New Media Communications Coordinator on a range of projects for both Foundations that involve public relations, red carpet activities, social media outreach, and the Foundations’ websites. Tasks would be administrative as well as project-based in a friendly and supportive environment. Must be able to receive college credit and commit 20 hours per week. This is an unpaid internship, but breakfast is provided on Wednesdays along with other perks, and the right candidate may also be invited to volunteer at official Grammy Week events. Please send resume and a brief cover letter via email to GFMCinterns@gmail.com.
A busy and growing talent management company in West Los Angeles seeks a friendly, outgoing and upbeat intern interested in any aspect of the entertainment industry. Hours and time commitment are flexible. We will work around school/work schedules as this is unpaid. A great learning experience for anyone new to LA/the entertainment industry. Room for growth available for the right person. College credit can be offered if needed. Duties will vary. Please send resumes to internmgmt11@gmail.com
Management Company Aperture Entertainment seeks creative interns for Fall 2011.  Aperture represents actress/singer Jessica Lowndes (90210), screenwriters Cory Goodman (PRIEST) and Jeremy Passmore  (RED  DAWN),  directors Simon Rumley  and Kaare Andrews (ALTITUDE). The founder produced MASTERS OF HORROR, FEAR ITSELF and is producing studio films THE LAST WITCH HUNTER and THE BROOD. Looking for somebody who can work 2-3 days/week for 3+ months.   Submit cover letter/resume:  agasst@aperture-ent.com
Film finance company and its literary management subsidiary seek office interns available immediately (please note availability otherwise). Duties will range from going on runs, general office tasks, backup reception / assistants, script coverage, and research projects. Availability required is 2 days a week M-F 9am – 7pm. School credit required, no exceptions. Candidates that do not meet these requirements need not apply. Please send cover letters and resumes to officeinterns@gmail.com.
Temple Hill Entertainment is a film and TV production company currently seeking development interns.  Internship responsibilities include covering scripts, compiling research packets, organizing the office, handling phone reception and occasional messenger runs. We require strong writing skills, access to a car, drivers insurance, a positive attitude and desire to learn about the movie industry. Please send resumes to Isaac@templehillent.com.
High profile management/production company with Oscar winning clientele seeking enthusiastic, outgoing, motivated, Fall 2011 interns. Three month commitment at least. Ideal for someone wanting to learn the business of representation and development. Will be working in a fast-paced, high-stress environment with A-List literary, producing, and directing talent on current productions and projects in development.  Must be a team player, detail oriented, and ready to learn. Phones, filing, script coverage, etc.  School credit available.  Email resume and cover letter to litmanagementintern@gmail.com.
Mess Media is a reality TV production company looking to hire unpaid interns for summer to help with development projects and post-production tasks. We would like someone three full days a week, but flexible to your schedule. Interns must have a basic understanding of computers, phones, and access to a car for runs (mileage for runs will be paid). Please submit resumes to FrontDesk@MessMediaTV.com
Angry Films (Natural Born Killers, Shoot em Up, Transfomers, Real Steel) is looking for highly motivated interns to assist as we move into a very active period. Job responsibilities would include, but not limited to, organization of multiple hard disks of image files, filing, rolling calls, script reading and synopsis, copying and whatever else we can throw at you. Applicants need to be computer literate, well spoken, own a car, into the zeitgeist and have the ability to multitask and be organized.  Internship is unpaid. Please send cover letter and resume in body of email to angryfilmscal@gmail.com
Talent/Literary Management and production company based in West Hollywood, CA. is seeking interns 2-3 days a week.  Must be a reliable, self-starter, detail oriented, trust worthy and organized.  MAC proficient is a plus. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Administrative/office duties, reading scripts/coverage, research projects, answering phones, and the occasional out of office errands. Reliable transportation is a must. This is a great opportunity for someone who is interested in talent management/ film and television production. Ideal candidates should be a student or recent college graduate and have a strong interest in talent management or film production. Please send resumes and cover letters to ReverieInterns@gmail.com with the subject line Fall Internship.
Prominent boutique film & tv music supervision company based in Santa Monica seeks self-motivated intern. Tasks include maintaining digital music library, assisting administrative duties and song searches, research projects, and errands. Knowledge of licensing preferred. Must have laptop and be familiar with Word, Excel, and iTunes. Your interpersonal skills, multi-tasking abilities, and follow through will be exercised. 1 to 2 days a week. Unpaid. Great opportunity for students/recent grads. Send brief cover letter & resume to zdenasst@gmail.com
Frederic Golchan Productions (Quick Change, Intersection, Chaos Theory), associated with Radar Pictures, is currently looking for development/office interns. Duties include script coverage, rolling calls, scheduling, etc. This is a great opportunity to gain hands-on experience working directly with Mr. Golchan. Internship is unpaid, college credit available. Lunch/parking will be paid/reimbursed. Must commit 2-3 days a week for 3 months. Email resume and cover letter to asstgolchan@gmail.com and fgfilm@aol.com
Management/production company seeking fall interns. Looking for detail-oriented, responsible self-starters with friendly personality and professional demeanor. Great opportunity to learn the industry and gain hands-on experience within a top tier company. This is an unpaid internship and candidates must have a working car and be able to receive school credit. Please submit cover letter and resume to mary@leveragemanagement.com
An A-list management and production company in Beverly Hills seeks a diligent and ambitious intern. Tasks include answering phones, managing schedules, working with client, and going on runs. This internship is a great opportunity to gain work experience in the management area of the entertainment field as well as develop your professional network and resume. Previous desk experience is preferred but not required. This internship is not paid so those interested must be able to receive school credit from their respective institution. E-mail cover letter and resume to thecollectiveintern@gmail.com
Management and production company in Beverly Hills seeks a bright, motivated intern to work with a partner’s assistant to help with administrative tasks. Duties include heavy phones, scheduling meetings and meals, coordinating travel, organizing information, and other duties as assigned. This is an excellent opportunity to learn the skills you’ll need for starting out in the entertainment industry, and the internship provides a great introduction to how a busy management company operates. Previous desk experience preferred but not required. Candidates must be able to receive school credit as the position is unpaid. E-mail cover letter and resume to thecollectiveintern@gmail.com.
A-list management and production company in Beverly Hills seeks a bright, motivated intern to the president’s assistant to help with administrative tasks. Duties include heavy phones, scheduling meetings and meals, coordinating travel, organizing information, and other duties as assigned. This is an excellent opportunity to learn the skills you’ll need for starting out in the entertainment industry, and the internship provides a great introduction to how a busy agency operates. Previous desk experience preferred but not required. Candidates must be able to receive school credit as the position is unpaid. E-mail cover letter and resume to thecollectiveintern@gmail.com.
Virgin Produced, a film, scripted and unscripted television company, is looking for fall interns! Duties include script reading/analysis, coverage and research on active projects, as well as general administrative tasks such as phones, filing and coffee schlepping. You must have a car (or transportation), computer, a passion for the entertainment business and an awesome sense of humor. College credit preferred. Applicants must be available for at least two full days a week. Please send cover letter and resumes to gigs@virginproduced.com
Trademark Talent is seeking an intern to start immediately. Duties will include research, script analysis, desk coverage and rolling calls. Candidate should be detail oriented and reliable. This is an excellent opportunity to learn all aspects of talent management.  This internship is unpaid though you may receive college credit if desired. Please send resume and cover letter to: trademarktalent@gmail.com
Sierra/Affinity, a foreign sales, independent finance and production company is looking for hard working interns to start immediately. Responsibilities include film festival prep, answering phones as needed, script reading/coverage, research, assisting executives and assistants, errands, and/or general office needs. We are looking for someone to commit to 2 or more days/week in our Beverly Hills office. We offer school credit to students enrolled in a recognized academic institution.  Please email resumes to sierrapicturesinterns@gmail.com.
Film Rites, a production company founded by Steve Zaillian with a first-look deal at DreamWorks is looking for highly motivated interns for the Fall 2011 semester. Interns will be exposed to daily operations, learning film development first-hand at an active production company. Duties include script coverage, actor/writer/director lists, administrative (copies, correspondence, phones), scheduling, creative meetings. Knowledge of film and strong writing skills are top priorities.  This is an unpaid internship.  Resumes should be sent to alex@filmrites.com
WME Entertainment in Beverly Hills seeks a post-production intern in their Creative Services department. Must be enrolled for class credit. Must know Final Cut Pro. Knowledge of After Effects is a plus. Daily responsibilities include supporting editors by sourcing materials, some basic editing, and administrative work. Must be available 2-3 days a week. Unpaid.  Please email all reels and resumes to wmecsintern@gmail.com
“Hood To Coast” seeking intern for August, continuing through Fall semester for work on documentary. We are coordinating the promotion and sale of DVD, merchandise, soundtrack to multiple marketplaces (including international). Fantastic opportunity to learn about the field of independent film distribution, film-marketing, and documentary film. Will be working closely alongside filmmakers and staff on all matters and materials, learning from experienced professionals. Reply with cover letter and resume to tucker@hoodtocoastmovie.com
TV/Film Production Company and Comic Publisher in Santa Monica seeks Summer/Fall intern. Company focuses on comic book based film and television in both live action and animation. Internship involves reading & writing coverage, occasional phones and other basic administrative duties as well as hands on experience in film and television development, animation and comic book publishing.  Some prior experience in entertainment preferred and you must be able to receive college credit. Please send resumes to kickstartintern@gmail.com
Worldwide independent film distribution company seeking organized, driven, and articulate sales interns to start immediately.  We are looking for someone who can get on the phone with international companies to pitch films, track sales and basic office duties.  Multi-lingual is a definite plus. Preferred languages are Spanish, German, French and Italian. Great opportunity to learn the ”business” of film. Non-paying, school credit available. 2-3 days/week.  Flexible with schedules. Email resume to distributioninternship@gmail.com
Worldwide Production Agency (WPA), a Hollywood based boutique below-the-line agency, seeks Interns for the Fall of 2011.  Applicants should be available 2-3 days a week, must be able to receive school credit, and have reliable transportation.  Ideal candidates must have a laptop, some office experience, excellent communication skills, and a good work ethic. Working knowledge of production or crew a plus, but not necessary. For consideration of the Fall Semester/Quarter, please send cover letter & resume to wpainterns@gmail.com with WPA Internship in the Subject Line.
Scenario, a new literary management and production company, run by former MP/TV lit agents (ICM, APA, & Innovative) and studio/production company development execs, offers interns a great opportunity to gain hands-on experience and earn great references by working with our writers, directors, and creative producers in the story development process doing story analysis, research, and notes. Part-time and full-time positions are available (including optional evening and weekend hours) for this unpaid internship. For more details, email internships@scenario-la.com.
Momentum Entertainment Group is looking for fall interns within Alternative Department. Job responsibilities will include general office duties, development discussions, research, tracking development projects, etc. Candidates should possess outstanding communication skills, forward thinking, strong organizational skills, and knowledge of pop culture.  Interns will work 2-3 days a week (15 – 20 hours per week). Willing to work around school schedules.  Unpaid. Please email cover letters and resumes to internmegfall@gmail.com.
The Institute, a commercial and feature-film production company, seeks interns for the fall semester. Students must be able to receive course credit as the internship is unpaid, but does include lunch and mileage. You will be involved in development, coverage, project research, answering phones, basic office management and some on-set experience. Great for aspiring directors.  Applicants should be energetic, fun, and proactive.  Please send resumes to resumes@theinstitute.tv.
Benderspink is seeking highly motivated candidates for an unpaid internship starting in August/September through the fall. Interns will receive first hand exposure into the day-to-day operations of a leading production management firm. Duties include: script reading & coverage, executing daily office tasks, and covering assistant desks and reception. In addition, interns will participate in weekly idea pitch meetings with company associates. Interested applicants should send resumé and cover letter to benderspink1@gmail.com.
Dick Clark productions is a leading entertainment company specializing in television production and is recruiting for its fall internship.  There are positions available in the following departments: production, development, business affairs, digital media, marketing, communications and music clearance.  All applicants must be able to receive college credit.  Please send your cover letter and resume to ddavis@dickclark.com.
Boutique talent agency in Beverly Hills seeks reliable, motivated interns.  Interns should be detail oriented and interested in learning about the agency side of the entertainment industry.  Some office experience preferred. Position works 1-2 days per week.  Unpaid, but can offer school credit. May lead to paid position for the right candidate. Send cover letters and resumes to lh@dsa-agency.com re: Internship Program
Boutique literary management / production company seeks a smart, friendly and motivated intern. Duties include general office work (phones, filing, etc.) and reading scripts. Position is unpaid, but college credit is available. This is a good opportunity to learn from Hollywood veterans in a growing company. Please send resume and cover letter to: Adrian@ensembleent.com.
“Miss World” (wt), a documentary film produced and directed by Cecilia Peck is seeking an unpaid intern to start immediately and work 2-3 days a week on post-production (flexible schedule.)  Ideal candidate will be proactive, energetic, and possess very strong computer, research, and writing skills. You may receive school credit.  Please send your resume and cover letter to cecilia@linordocumentary.com
Muse Productions (American Psycho, The Virgin Suicides, The Killer Inside Me, Fernando Mereilles’ 360) seeks committed, extremely organized, computer-savvy applicants with excellent communication skills for our fall internship. Duties include office work relating to all aspects of feature film development. Applicants must have a car to do light runs (we reimburse for gas). Internship is unpaid but may lead to paying work. Please send cover letter and resume to intern@musefilm.com
Independent feature film production company, is seeking interns for immediate placement.  The internship offers a tremendous opportunity to learn about the film industry. Lots of script reading and coverage, in addition to standard office duties (phones, copying, filing, etc.). Some experience required. Please send resumes to internresumes@aol.com
Busy TV company Prospect Park (Royal Pains, Wilfred) in search of a high caliber unpaid intern.  Some typical intern tasks involved, but majority of the internship will require the candidate to act as a pseudo-development executive: assisting with treatment writing, editing trailers, contacting agencies, and communicating with supervising execs. Final Cut Pro experience and a passion for writing a plus.  College credit only.  Please submit résumés to: pptv.internships@gmail.com
IndieVest Pictures is seeking an intern for 2-3 days a week to start in August.  Duties include reading scripts, coverage, and general administrative tasks.  This is a great opportunity to gain exposure to all aspects of the filmmaking process.  Ideal candidates should be students enrolled in a college/university with excellent writing skills.  This is an unpaid internship.  Please send a cover letter and resume to ivpinterns@gmail.com
Film production company, lead by well-known producer, is seeking development interns who can start immediately.  Responsibilities include general administrative tasks, script coverage, and project research.  Positions are unpaid, but great opportunity to get fully immersed in daily activities of company.  Bilingual speakers are a plus.  Should possess interest in development, be a great communicator, internet savvy, and commit 2-3 full days per week.  Please send resumes to assistant@quadrantpictures.com.
A diverse production company seeks motivated, hard-working interns for the Fall 2011 semester. Responsibilities include office maintenance, research, script coverage, driving, and assisting on several commercial and music video productions. This is an unpaid internship: you must be enrolled in an accredited undergraduate program and be eligible for receiving school credit. Must be computer savvy, reliable, have a valid drivers license and car insurance, and have a strong interest in film and commercial production. Minimum commitment of 16 hrs/week. Email  resume to Carolina at resume@partizan.us. Subject line: Fall Internship 2011
Award-winning production and management company seeks interns for Fall 2011 to work with the head of our Feature Film and Management divisions.  Fantastic opportunity to learn about the development process, gain on-set experience, and work hands-on with our directing clients.  Ideal candidates are enthusiastic, resourceful, and above all, hard-working.  Should have car and own laptop.  Previous experience with script coverage preferred though not required.  This is an unpaid internship.  You must be enrolled in an accredited academic program and eligible for school credit.  Minimum commitment of 26 hrs/week.  Email resume to resume@partizan.us.  Subject line: LW Fall Internship 2011.
Village Roadshow Pictures Entertainment is seeking conscientious and enthusiastic interns to support our Production department.  Interns will also be exposed to Marketing, Distribution and other divisions of the company.  This internship is designed to prepare interns to enter the Entertainment Industry workforce, and is focused on teaching script coverage and analysis, film awareness as well as general office duties.  Please send all resumes to vrpeinternship@gmail.com.
FilmNation Entertainment is a development and production company currently seeking interns in our Beverly Hills office. Interns will have the opportunity to voice their opinions on projects to development executives. Applicants should be detail oriented, proactive, and excited by the film industry. Experience in production and development preferred but not required. Effective communication and writing skills are a must. Internship is unpaid. Please email resumes and cover letters to laoffice@wearefilmnation.com
Weed Road Pictures seeks interns for fall placement.  Headed by an Oscar-winning writer/director/producer, we are a feature film production company with a first-look deal at Warner Bros.  The internship offers students a tremendous opportunity to learn about the film industry.  It involves reading, research, errands, script coverage and typical intern duties. You must receive college credit.  Please submit resumes to wrinterns@gmail.com
Amsel, Eisenstadt & Frazier, Inc. is seeking part-time administrative interns to work within its multiple divisions. Credit is available where applicable. This serves as a great introduction to the industry.  Qualified candidates will be punctual, pleasant personality, able to multi-task and follow instructions. Great opportunity for those interested in pursuing a career in the entertainment business. Please email ryan@aeftalent.com No phone calls please.
Original Film (Fast Five, Battle Los Angeles, The Green Hornet, “The Big C,” SWAT, Sweet Home Alabama, Cruel Intentions) seeks sharp interns passionate about film and eager to learn. Friendly work environment. Past interns have been hired. Responsibilities include reading, coverage, research, and general demands of an office. It’s an excellent opportunity to learn in an active environment. 2-3 days/week preferred. Class credit available. Email resumes to intern@moritzfilm.com
Development Interns needed at Gale Anne Hurd’s Valhalla Motion Pictures.  We are currently in production on Season 2 of The Walking Dead tv series, and have new series and film projects in the hopper.  Terrific opportunity for smart, hard-working self starters with strong writing skills.  Duties include script reading/analysis, coverage and research on active projects, as well as general administrative tasks such as phones, filing and limited messenger runs.  College credit given.  Applicants must be available for at least two full days a week.  Send resumes to vmp@valhallapix.com.
21 Laps Entertainment (director Shawn Levy’s production company) is looking for interns (unpaid).   We have a first-look deal at 20th Century Fox and our offices are on the Fox lot.  Great opportunity to learn the business at a busy company with multiple projects in various stages of development.  Standard office duties, but interns will also have the chance to read scripts and work on special projects.  Looking for smart, motivated students with great taste in movies and a basic understanding of script/story fundamentals. College students preferred. Email resumes to 21lapsintern@gmail.com.
Katalyst Films’ Production Department seeks bright, qualified interns for the Fall semester 2011. Unpaid, but will receive credit. 2 days a week commitment minimum. An interest in production is desired; duties include supporting the VP of Production, organizing and prepping shoots, and helping to facilitate communication. Applicants must be detail oriented, multi-tasking, and have the willingness to learn. On set experience a plus. Please submit cover letter and resume to productionintern2011@gmail.com
Award-winning producer seeks summer interns for reading and administrative duties. Our office also serves as a specialized  management company for writers and directors, many of whom have TV and  film projects in the works. Our interns are encouraged to take on responsibilities outside their expected tasks.  Experience reading scripts and writing coverage is a big plus. Candidates must currently reside in the Los Angeles area and have reliable transportation. Please send cover letter and resumes to office@manage-ment.com
Seeking Interns for Elevate Entertainment; Management / Production company based in Los Angeles (Century City). Job responsibilities entail overall office upkeep, answering phones, interacting with casting offices and clients, and script coverage. This position will lead to growth within the company for the right candidate. Job Requirements: Candidates should be interested in perusing a career in the entertainment industry. Candidates must be reliable, thick skinned, punctual, work well under pressure and be proficient with both MAC and PC. Knowledge of MS Office a must.  Please email resume and cover letter to: elevateasst@gmail.com
Leading Script Consultant (and former development exec), seeking part time (2 days/wk) intern. Duties include script reading, coverage, researching conferences, research for classes and book currently being written, updating databases, helping w/ social media, occasional errands, etc. Experience with web design & MP3 preferred. Learn how to analyze a script, write great notes and the pitching/development process. Laid back, home office environment. You must have car, computer, sense of humor, a passion for writing and reading, and be web savvy. Please send cover letter and resume to Daniel@nobullscript.net.
A busy production company located on the Fox lot is looking for outstanding interns with a passion for the entertainment industry. Duties include script reading and coverage, phone handling and assisting in any and all office endeavors. Candidates should be self-starters, reliable and ready to always go above and beyond the call of duty. This is a great learning experience for anyone looking to succeed in the industry. Internship is unpaid. College credit is available but not required. Please send resume and cover letter to palermointernship2011@gmail.com.
Film/ TV/ Commercial Production Company at Paramount seeks a creative intern.  Must be available at least two days a week and ideal candidates will possess knowledge of Photoshop and other graphic design programs and tenacity for reading scripts.  Candidate must supply his/her own laptop.  We have two films in post-production and a third in development.  Position is unpaid, but college credit is available.   Send cover letter and resume to dtish@envisionma.com with “Office Internship” in subject line.
Award winning screenwriter and future director looking for intelligent, personable intern to help out in their office a few days a week. Perfect position to see what it’s like from the creative side of the business. Please email resume to: omiohmyproductions@gmail.com
*********
Anti-SPAM Policy Disclaimer:
This message is intended only for the use of the individual(s) or entity to which it is addressed and may contain information that is privileged, confidential, and/or proprietary to our company that is covered by the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, 18 U.S.C. Sections 2510-2521 and is legally privileged.
This e-mail message was sent to you because you have previously corresponded with us and/or are subscribed to one of our emailing lists.
If you have received this communication in error, or this e-mail is unsolicited, please accept our apologies and at any time you would like to remove yourself from our mailings, please feel free to do so by clicking on “Unsubscribe“, or you can also notify the sender immediately and we shall delete your address, or replying to this message and type “Unsubscribe” in the subject line to remove yourself from our mailing list.
If you’ve received unsolicited email from one of our users, or if you suspect a user of abusing email services (or have any questions regarding our policies), please do not hesitate to contact us. Under Bill 1618 Title III passed by the 105th U. S. Congress, email cannot be considered Spam as long as it includes contact information and a remove link for removal from the mailing list.
We prohibit users from sending unsolicited email, and do not allow the use of third-party, purchased, rented, or harvested mailing lists. Anyone found abusing such email is banned from the use of our service.
Every complaint is investigated, and you will receive a response from our abuse team detailing the action we’re taking to deal with the issue.
Thanks in advance for you time.

Abdul Jalil <jalil@superstarmanagement.com>
Pres./CEO
Superstar Management

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *