Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 05, 2011
Sceneday LLC has recently completed production of a new feature, Sell On the News. Written by Edward Vegason of Norway, the short screenplay is about a couple of cons that set up a one-night stand to double cross a co-worker and create the stage for an elaborate insider trading deal. The first scene will premiere in May.
Sceneday, based in Madison, WI and Chicago, IL attracts subscribers and earns revenue through product placement, advertisements within scripts, and banner advertisements in its free e-mail series and on its website. Sell On the News will feature products from independent fashion designers Zamrie and Miriam Cecillia of Chicago and Barriques Wines of Madison. The scenes were shot in and around Madison.
Sell On the News is the third release for Sceneday. Early in 2011, Jackpot, written by Gwenhyver Davies of the United Kingdom debuted as the first script produced by Sceneday. Since the release of this script, Sceneday has gained hundreds of new subscribers and has developed relationships with local and national businesses. On May 3rd, Sceneday will publish the final scene of its second produced script, Promises and Roses written by Peggy Williams of Madison.
Chris Vig, owner, believes that the company will be successful because it is unique. “The scene-mails are entertaining because they incorporate three things: the human condition, humor, and hip things.” Chris also discussed how exciting it has been to start this company, “We search the world for the best scripts. Currently, we are hooked into local, national, and international screenwriter networks. We have received thousands of script ideas and it’s a blast, even when we have to run through a bunch zombie screenplays in a row.”
With a main goal in 2011 of expanding its subscriber base, the company is currently also looking to purchase additional short scripts and to develop product placement partners for upcoming productions.
Founded in 2010, Sceneday is the ultimate source for discovering the best original short movie scripts and finding the "scene" for style, shopping, and cool things to do. Sceneday producers search the world for unique short screenplays and deliver individual scenes in a series of free e-mails. The scenes are woven with stunning images, stylish products, and great things to see and do.
For information regarding Sceneday LLC, script submissions, or product placement contact Chris Vig at chris(at)sceneday(dot)com.
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