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In Streamline Content’s most recent venture with Y&R and their fifth spot for Dannon’s Activia brand, Peter Kagan engineered unique methods allowing Jamie Lee Curtis to appear to be recording her own Flip-camera video journal entries, while still shooting with Peter’s brand new, state-of-the-art Epic camera.
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PGM Artists and its sister company The Brand Gallery (a creative boutique agency) have moved to a recently purchased headquarters office building at 701 West Putnam Avenue in Greenwich, Connecticut. The companies previously had rented space at 205 Railroad Avenue in Greenwich to facilitate the move between their old headquarters in New York and the newly renovated building in Greenwich. The move, which was recently completed this spring, represents an expansion of the companies shared operations into a new 3,000 square-foot space on a “campus” setting, providing space for eventual further expansion.
“This big move to our very own new space helps us tremendously in managing our growth,” said Phil McIntyre, CEO of both PGM Artists & The Brand Gallery. “This region is incubating activity within the media, communications and marketing industries, and we’re excited to be a part of that trend.” In recent years, media-industry activity in Fairfield County has included the move of NBC Universal’s production of talk shows “Jerry Springer,” “Maury Povich,” and “Steve Wilkos” to Stamford as well as 450 permanent jobs for The NBC Sports Group as well as Fox computer-animation unit Blue Sky Studios to Greenwich. All these moves join long-time Stamford resident The WWE. Click on the images below to view the images in a larger size.
Yesterday, a “Meet the Mets” event was held in the Modell’s Clubhouse at Citi Field for the benefit of the Fairfield County Sports Commission (“FCSC”). Among those in attendance were PGM Artists CEO Phil McIntyre, Thank You Founder Orn Olason as well as FCSC’s President, Harry E. Peden IV and Executive Director, Tom Chiappetta. In addition to the players and coaches that stopped by for a few words and photos before the first pitch was thrown, NY Jets great Wesley Walker, Sopranos cast member Dan Grimaldi and Ed Charles (“The Glider” of the 1969 World Champion Mets) joined the attendees. The FCSC seeks to educate the public about physical fitness and nutrition as a means to achieving healthier lifestyles as well as their region’s rich history of athletic prowess by commemorating those individuals who merit recognition and distinction for their accomplishments and leadership in sports and athletic endeavors. The group also strives to create, develop and provide programs in support of the region’s youth, promoting their physical fitness and cultivating character, citizenship and personal development through participation in sports. For more information on the FCSC, check out their website here: http://www.fairfieldcountysports.com/