Erica Lumpert is the founder and CEO of Security Associates of Coastal Georgia. The firm serves the entertainment industry across the state and Southeast. In this video, she talks about who needs security and what type of security is needed when having an event or production.
The Georgia General Assembly issued Resolutions praising Georgians working in the state’s film and television industry, an honor that marks the release of a new book #WeAreGaFilm.
On December 5, the Atlanta Business Chronicle hosted their annual business of the entertainment industry event, which focused on the current state of the industry in Georgia and offered insights as to what the business and creative communities can expect in 2020 and beyond.
Georgia Southern University will open the fourth season of the Ogeechee International History Film Festival (OIHFF) on Thursday, Feb. 27 on the Statesboro Campus at the Nessmith-Lane Conference Center. The festival concludes on Feb. 29 at the Ogeechee Theater on the Armstrong Campus.
Dave Warner talks about the entertainment industry and how companies sometimes fall into a sales slump when they ignore the marketing and PR aspect of business.
Angela Wagenti is the founder and CEO of Vrooom, a marketing firm working with entertainment clients across the state of Georgia. In this video, she talks about SEO and why it is essential to be found on search engines.
A panel of experts will discuss why public relations and media are imperative. Attendees will learn how PR can build your brand, how to find the right PR, when to get a PR person on your team, and tips to get media coverage.
Mitch Leff is the co-founder of Georgia Entertainment Public Relations Alliance. He talks about how they work with communities to ‘stand out’ once a production picks the state of Georgia. The key is messaging and branding to the right people.
The Georgia Production Partnership (GPP) has announced March 7th as the date for the GPP South Georgia Regional Meeting, “Attracting Productions to South GA.”
Due for completion in early 2022, the new studio will offer physical production stages alongside digital media facilities tailored for special effects, augmented reality and animation, and will be located at the Thames Valley Science Park, a tech-hub 40 miles west of London.