We cover a broad world canvas as part of our extensive stock footage library; everything from beautiful African jungles rich with color and warmed by nature to inner-city traffic, glass and concrete cold with chaos
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 25, 2008
Spot Stock (http://www.spotstock.com) announced today that it will showcase never-seen-before home movies sourced from private archives and featuring actor Marlon Brando at NATPE 2008 Conference & Exhibition (http://www.natpe.org) at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada January 28, 2008 through January 31, 2008. "Our specialty footage of home movies featuring Marlon Brando is just one example of our unique product offerings," says Sandra Caryl, Executive Creative Director and Executive Producer. "We cover a broad world canvas as part of our extensive stock footage library; everything from beautiful African jungles rich with color and warmed by nature to inner-city traffic, glass and concrete cold with chaos," adds Mrs. Caryl. "Whether it's a sweeping land-to-sea aviation shot or a notorious caught-on-tape exclusive you're looking for, we got it," she adds.
Spot Stock (http://www.spotstock.com) is a user-friendly online resource delivering a sophisticated library of exclusive stock footage and music as part of a proprietary content-aggregator delivery system; from unique location, adventure, action and specialty footage to refined music cues, sound effects, and custom music scoring and supervision. "Spot Stock is committed to providing leading-edge tools and resources to better serve the television, film and advertising business communities -- worldwide," says Craig Caryl, President.
Spot Stock's beta-test launch at NATPE 2008 Conference & Exhibition will track in the same unique manner with an anchor exhibit fashioned by an original '66 Greyhound bus as part of the Independent Producers Pavilion (Booth 1177). "Our '66 Greyhound bus has traveled the country many times over and back again, and brings with it a wonderful history of adventure, excitement, experience and sense of journey all of which directly complement Spot Stock's strategic positioning in the television, film and advertising marketplaces. We are, after all, a company built on the premise of providing quality services and products 'by artists for artists.' And, having been-there-and-done-that, we understand firsthand the needs and demands of our clients; sharing in their creative journey and fueled by their boundless artistic imagination, vision, insight and talent," says Craig Caryl.
Spot Stock (http://www.spotstock.com) will launch its beta-test concurrent with the official opening of the NATPE 2008 Conference & Exhibition at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 29, 2008. The beta-test is part of a hands-on initiative where end-user participation will register opinions, suggestions and requests by television industry professionals at NATPE 2008. Spot Stock will also afford all NATPE 2008 attendees a "buy one -- get the second one half-off" special offer which will be sold in packages ranging from $500 ($750 Purchase Value) to $5000 ($7500 Purchase Value) or more as part of an exclusive Spot Stock Beta-Test Launch Program Offer. These packages, which will be sold on-site at NATPE 2008, will allow clients to make their stock footage and music library selections for up to one-year from the date of purchase.
"We realize, of course, that making just-the-right stock footage and music library selections for any production is a creative process requiring a diligent investment of both time and consideration. Therefore, while we are affording all NATPE 2008 attendees the opportunity to advance-purchase their packages on-site at substantial savings, we remain committed in working with our new clients over time and through their selection process in order to ensure their absolute and complete satisfaction," says Trisha Lasar, Vice President Music.
Spot Stock will also present a Digital Briefings session at NATPE 2008 Conference & Exhibition on Tuesday, January 29th entitled "The Wealth on Your Shelf." The session will be presented by Sandra Caryl and will explore and explain the monetization of footage and music for television productions.
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