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Tradevine – December 10th, 2010 with Brett Walkow

Your Host Brett Walkow
Published: Friday, December 10th, 2010

 

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Welcome to the TradeVine. This week your host Brett Walkow

Brett Walkow

Brett Walkow

 

Back Stage National Edition, December 2nd-8th, 2010. In the Advice section, the article is entitled “Becoming a voice teacher,” reported by John Henny. The article talks about getting started, finding clients, and that all important first lesson. A lot of actors and singers have down time between gigs, and they work as a voice teacher to keep their finances stable when they’re not performing. One way to get started, according to Daniel Hayes, voice teacher in Sacramento, California, is to go to work for an already established studio. If you go out on your own, you don’t need to stock your studio with a lot of equipment, but you will need a keyboard, microphone, a P.A. and some speakers, and a way to play MP3s and CDs. Best advice for any business owner, is always answer your phone.

 

Hollywood Reporter, December 8th, 2010. “Royal wedding to air in 3D?” by Mimi Turner. Rupert Murdoch aims to stand out as all of the networks scramble to cover what will be the world’s most watched event, the April 29th wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Murdoch is considering broadcasting the signal to British cinemas and 3D TV-enabled homes. The strategy is indicative of the worldwide scramble as broadcasters plan coverage of the first royal wedding of the multimedia age.

 

Daily Variety, Monday, December 6th. ‘Ghost’ writes win. Polanski’s pic sweeps Euro awards,” by Nick Holdsworth of London. Roamn Polanski’s film, “The Ghost Writer,” dominated the 23rd annual European Film Academy awards Saturday in Tallinn, Estonia, winning best picture. Also, Polanski was named European director and he and Robert Harris, who co-wrote the script, nabbed the screenplay prize. Polanski watched the event via Skype from his home in Paris. He was released from house arrest from his home in Switzerland after the failure of U.S. authorities to extradite him relating to the awful sex charges dating back to the 1970s. Therfore, the director doesn’t travel outside of France, Switzerland or his native Poland.

 

The Daily Variety, Tuesday, December 7th. “Russia state media set for selloff,” also by Nick Holdsworth out of London. Russia’s state-owned regional TV networks, radio stations and newspapers are going to be privatized. The president of Russia, Demitry Medvedev, is to issue a decree ordering the sale early in 2011. not all state-owned media assets will be on the block. The Kremlin is likely to retain a majority holding in Moscow-based TV-Center, an influential station with close ties to the city government. Anyone have billions of dollars they would like to spend on owing a Russian TV network?

 

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