Friday, October 5, 2007

Beauty and the Beast, Team Pavliks Parade

The week is winding down here at Accent Media, but we got to give a shout out to the DeYor's Youngstown Symphony Society, and Easy Street Productions, for coming together again this weekend for special "held-over" performances of Beauty and the Beast this weekend. We are proud to be the production house of choice for both Easy Street and the Symphony Society. They have been great clients to work with, and Todd Hancock has been a longtime collaborater with Accent. This was our first year of working with the Youngstown Symphony Society. We have been working on all of their new season's commercials and webisodes through one of our collaborative advertising agencies. If you have not had a chance to check out the webisodes of many of the events of the coming season, do yourself a favor and head over to the Symphony website, and check them out. Our own Kevin DeOliveira, along with some help by Steve Cairns put those spots together, and they came out phenomenally.

By the way, if you are lucky enough to go see Beauty and the Beast tonight, look for Accent Media who will be taping the event. This is our 4th time taping an Easy Street Production, and think that it is awesome that Todd and Maureen do this as a way of thanking the cast. These productions are solely to be given out to the cast and crew associated with the production. So if you see some guys with video cameras in the balcony and in the audience, say hi, (but quietly, lol, there will be live mic's on the cameras.)

And finally, in case you have been living under a truck, Youngstown is honoring our newly crowned Middleweight Champion of the World, Kelly Pavlik, on the plaza downtown today. If we could reach our one sole window here on our side of the 7th floor, we would make this a "ticker tape parade", LOL, but no such luck for us. The festivities start with a parade on down from the Market Street bridge down to town square. I wish we had an extra camera to tape it, but we will be set up for Beauty and the Beast, and we have a camera up in New Hampshire with Chip this weekend. Congrats again to a symbol of revitalization for Youngstown, Kelly Pavlik. Great job you and your team, and Accent Media would like to get you under our cameras one of these days...............Have a good weekend everybody.............Scott

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