• Indianapolis PR Firms - Indianapolis Publicity

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    published: 30 Jan 2009
  • 1953 INDIANAPOLIS 500 RACE "THE HOTTEST 500" 75814

    Produced by the Perfect Circle Corporation as a publicity project in 1954, THE HOTTEST 500 shows the 1953 Indy 500 won by Bill Vukovich in 120-plus degree heat. The 1953 race was infamous as one of the most memorable on record, with more relief drivers used than in any other year. Tragically, driver Carl Scarborough actually died of heat prostration. Bill Vukovich, who led in 1952 but ended up losing due to a mechanical failure with his car, led almost the entire race and ended up taking the checkered flag. The highlights shown in the film include time trials with Vukovich qualifying. The film also shows pit row and various work on the cars, and footage of various drivers including Tony Bettenhausen, Freddie Agabashian, Jack McGrath, Paul Russo, Duane Carter, Duke Nalon and Marshall ...

    published: 13 Jan 2016
  • PR/PR Public Relations: Your Publicity Answer!

    The video we filmed prior to attending NSA's 2012 Convention in Indianapolis.

    published: 08 Nov 2012
  • UNTHINK Eyewitness News Sunrise WTHR - Indianapolis, IN

    CONTACT: Glenn Selig PR firm: The Publicity Agency Email: glenn@thepublicityagency.com Phone: 813.708.1220 Mobile: 813.300.5454 Social networking: Watch out Facebook! UNTHINK.com to be revealed next week UNTHINK, in secret development for almost four years, is set to unveil details about the site, heralding a 'social revolution' that will emancipate social media. (PR NewsChannel) / September 2, 2011 / TAMPA, Fla. facebook problemsTwo weeks ago, UNTHINK burst into the public eye and the social networking scene after nearly four years in secret development and immediately picked a fight with social media giant Facebook. Since then, reporters and tech bloggers have been searching for details about UNTHINK. The closely guarded secret will finally be revealed next week, UNTHINK ...

    published: 31 Aug 2011
  • WTHR Indianapolis

    If you're a fan of the Discovery Channel show "Storm Chasers," The Dominator tornado chase vehicle just finished a publicity tour and ironically got caught in the middle of a storm on its way to visit Channel 13 Indianapolis. Since The Dominator is built to withstand winds of more than 200 mph, it wasn't phased.

    published: 25 Oct 2012
  • Indianapolis EPL Insurance

    It should come as little to no surprise that we live in a litigious society. With the recent publicity and media attention of civil suits, it is imperative that Indianapolis EPL Insurance is carried by both small and large employers. While larger corporations are more prone to these types of claims, smaller businesses are in no way immune to these discrepancies. Let’s take a closer look at the basics of this coverage and its important role in your business. According to the Insurance Information Institute, EPLI covers businesses against claims by workers that their legal rights as employees of the company have been violated. Some common claims in which EPLI protects include the following: -Sexual harassment -Discrimination -Breach of contract -Wrongful termination -Mismanagement of e...

    published: 30 Nov 2015
  • INDY 500 SNAKE PIT 2017 | Official Trailer

    Artists: Zedd, Marshmello, RL Grime, Action Bronson, Adventure Club, and The Trap House in addition to wrestling legend Ric Flair as the special emcee. Follow @Indy500SnakePit for info about the 2017 Indy 500 Snake Pit presented by Coors Light and the 101st Indianapolis 500! Indy 500 Snake Pit presented by Coors Light http://indy500snakepit.com http://facebook.com/indy500snakepit http://twitter.com/indy500snakepit http://instagram.com/indy500snakepit React Presents http://www.reactpresents.com http://www.facebook.com/reactpresents http://www.twitter.com/reactpresents http://www.instagram.com/reactpresents Track: Marshmello – Alone (Slushii remix) Video: Vitae Sessions - http://www.vitaesessions.com/

    published: 24 Jan 2017
  • Pepsi Commercial HD - We Will Rock You (feat. Britney Spears, Beyonce, Pink & Enrique Iglesias)

    http://www.glassworks.co.uk/ The commercial is set in the Roman Coliseum. A gladiatorial combat between 3 lady gladiators is about to occur. They come out to chants from the crowd but refuse to fight. They drink Pepsi instead and sing We will rock you by Queen. The challenge was to recreate the Coliseum and a crowd of 50,000 in the computer. The first 5 rows of the coliseum and associated people were shot for real and the rest is CG. What made this slightly more difficult than the usual crowd replication scenario was the fact that we were going to be relatively close, at film resolution and with a panning camera creating a fair degree of parallax. We shot about 50 extras against a green screen and with some inhouse software scattered them around the auditorium randomly with rand...

    published: 22 Jul 2010
  • Marco Andretti at Indy

    Andretti Autosport driver Marco Andretti talks to us about his season so far, chances at Indy and what Indy means to him.

    published: 18 May 2011
  • MONON RAILROAD INDIANA "THE HOOSIER LINE" PROMOTIONAL FILM 71872

    Created in the 1950s by the Monon Railroad and featuring the Purdue Glee Club and hosted by a "Hoosier", this vintage film shows the Monon Railroad at the height of its operations. The Monon Railroad, also known as the Chicago, Indianapolis, and Louisville Railway operated from 18971956, was an American railroad that operated almost entirely within the state of Indiana. The Monon was merged into the Louisville and Nashville Railroad in 1971, and much of the former Monon right of way is operated today by CSX Transportation. In 1970 it operated 540 miles (870 km) of road on 792 miles (1,275 km) of track; that year it reported 1320 million ton-miles of revenue freight and zero passenger-miles. The railroad got the name Monon from the convergence of its main routes in Monon, Indiana. Fro...

    published: 27 Apr 2015
  • Filming a Doc—What's in my camera bag? : Indy News

    Back from a shoot in L.A., Griffin teases a few clips from his Sriracha documentary, and shares the equipment he shoots with. Plus, the top 3 cameras at film festivals, and an Iron Man 3 video contest! VIDEO LINKS "Best Western Ever": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zknJoAt4I8A&list=PL-3mr0QREVv3BZG77WdENIgk1dRcpm4JS&index=1 Jameson First Shot teaser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHHw_7XO-KI&list=PL-3mr0QREVv3BZG77WdENIgk1dRcpm4JS&index=2 New & Notable video contests: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ki69vuDnsdE&list=PL-3mr0QREVv3BZG77WdENIgk1dRcpm4JS&index=3 $18 DIY Mic Shield Eliminates Reverb: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsUTEIqoFOo&list=PL-3mr0QREVv3BZG77WdENIgk1dRcpm4JS&index=4 Below, you'll find the text that's on my video releases. Remember, I'm no lawyer. TALENT RELEASE ...

    published: 03 Jun 2013
  • Venus Castina ebook Bulliet Guys in Gowns female impersonators

    Venus Castina by C J Bulliet After working as a journalist for nine years in Indianapolis, during which time he reviewed plays, Mr. Bulliet found employment doing publicity for a traveling Shakespeare company. He worked as an art critic and was the author of four books. It's fair to say that he was a professional writer, far ahead of his time. In Venus Castina, Mr. Bulliet shows the audacity to address a previously unexplored subject, and begins his account of famous female impersonators shortly after the invention of alphabets. His comprehensive inventory of personalities includes Greek and Roman gods and goddesses, emperors, philosophers, warriors and writers. His 300+ page history blends record, memoirs, gossip, innuendo, and rumors of 25 centuries. He not only tells us what notable...

    published: 25 Oct 2010
  • Michael Essany on Across Indiana

    Michael Essany is the featured guest on PBS television (Indianapolis)"Across Indiana"

    published: 11 Jan 2009
  • Measuring Intangible Benefits of the Big Game

    Predicting the Economic Impact of the Super Bowl Part 4: Measuring Intangible Benefits of the Big Game Business economics professor Kyle Anderson explains how the publicity brought by Super Bowl 46 is a definite benefit to Indianapolis, but the actual value is difficult to measure. http://www.kelley.iupui.edu

    published: 02 Feb 2012
  • 1950 MGM Sweepstakes

    Meanwhile, in Arlington Downs, Texas, Babe Stapp was having heaps of problems promoting races there. The big mile-plus track had opened the AAA big car season for the two previous years, but uncertain weather along with an inconvenient location between Dallas and Ft. Worth had made it a losing proposition, and had encouraged Stapp to go no further. MGM, however, needed a big car race on a mile-long track to go with their Culver City midget footage and the Speedway footage they intended to capture the following month. They talked Stapp into an unofficial “Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Sweepstakes” for April 30, convincing him that the presence of Gable and Stanwyck would generate lots of publicity and customers. Now decked out as the #17 “Mike Brannan Spl.”, after the character Gable portrayed, the D...

    published: 06 Apr 2017
  • Frances Farmer | Most beautiful actresses of the 20th century

    Frances Farmer | Most beautiful actresses of the 20th century Frances Farmer - Frances Elena Farmer (September 19, 1913 – August 1, 1970) was an American actress and television host. She is perhaps better known for sensationalized accounts of her life, especially her involuntary commitment to a mental hospital. Farmer began her career as a stage actress, performing stock theater in New York City and later appearing on Broadway. She made her film debut in Too Many Parents (1936), and was subsequently featured in a starring role in the musical western, Rhythm on the Range (1936) opposite Bing Crosby, and The Toast of New York (1937) with Cary Grant. After signing a contract with Paramount Pictures, Farmer appeared in Exclusive (1937), World Premiere (1941), and the film noir Among the L...

    published: 07 Jun 2017
Indianapolis PR Firms - Indianapolis Publicity

Indianapolis PR Firms - Indianapolis Publicity

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http://PublicityStaffing.com/IndianapolisPRFirms Indianapolis PR Firms to use. PR Firms in Indianapolis can help you with Public Relations Strategy, Publicity Campaigns, and Indianapolis Marketing.
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1953 INDIANAPOLIS 500 RACE "THE HOTTEST 500"  75814

1953 INDIANAPOLIS 500 RACE "THE HOTTEST 500" 75814

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Produced by the Perfect Circle Corporation as a publicity project in 1954, THE HOTTEST 500 shows the 1953 Indy 500 won by Bill Vukovich in 120-plus degree heat. The 1953 race was infamous as one of the most memorable on record, with more relief drivers used than in any other year. Tragically, driver Carl Scarborough actually died of heat prostration. Bill Vukovich, who led in 1952 but ended up losing due to a mechanical failure with his car, led almost the entire race and ended up taking the checkered flag. The highlights shown in the film include time trials with Vukovich qualifying. The film also shows pit row and various work on the cars, and footage of various drivers including Tony Bettenhausen, Freddie Agabashian, Jack McGrath, Paul Russo, Duane Carter, Duke Nalon and Marshall Teague, The race ends nearly after nearly four hours with Vukovich in the victory circle. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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PR/PR Public Relations: Your Publicity Answer!

PR/PR Public Relations: Your Publicity Answer!

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The video we filmed prior to attending NSA's 2012 Convention in Indianapolis.
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UNTHINK Eyewitness News Sunrise WTHR - Indianapolis, IN

UNTHINK Eyewitness News Sunrise WTHR - Indianapolis, IN

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CONTACT: Glenn Selig PR firm: The Publicity Agency Email: glenn@thepublicityagency.com Phone: 813.708.1220 Mobile: 813.300.5454 Social networking: Watch out Facebook! UNTHINK.com to be revealed next week UNTHINK, in secret development for almost four years, is set to unveil details about the site, heralding a 'social revolution' that will emancipate social media. (PR NewsChannel) / September 2, 2011 / TAMPA, Fla. facebook problemsTwo weeks ago, UNTHINK burst into the public eye and the social networking scene after nearly four years in secret development and immediately picked a fight with social media giant Facebook. Since then, reporters and tech bloggers have been searching for details about UNTHINK. The closely guarded secret will finally be revealed next week, UNTHINK has confirmed. UNTHINK first announced its existence in a video that challenged the unfair and deceptive business model on which Facebook, Google+ and all existing social networking media platforms are based: ensnaring users with the 'illusion of free' and then subjecting them to a litany of abusive practices as the sites seek to make money on their users' backs. UNTHINK then released three humorous videos illustrating Facebook's virtual housing bubble and demonstrating that people build Facebook profiles without realizing that everything they do on Facebook is CONTENT that Facebook owns. The first of these 'Facebook Follies' demonstrates that Facebook can delete a user's account -- the user's online home, along with all the user's content and relationships, at any time without cause or explanation. The next video depicts a group of friends attempting to watch a football game as Facebook constantly interrupts them with 'social ads' based on their conversations. The third video in the series continues the housing crisis metaphor by depicting the intrusiveness of Facebook's endless redesigns. All of the videos are available on UNTHINK's YouTube channel. Today, UNTHINK released a video created by renowned sand artist Joe Castillo that illustrates the philosophy behind UNTHINK. Facebook's fundamental problem is its exploitive business 'logic', and UNTHINK's new video explains the importance of replacing an exploitive brand with an extraordinary brand. Many of the world's systems are collapsing because they were based on an outdated 'win-lose' business logic that sought profit at any cost by exploiting consumers. In these insecure times, UNTHINK believes that brands have a duty to step up and provide direction, treating their customers as stakeholders. UNTHINK was built on these principles. UNTHINK.com is founded on an innovative legal structure and a win-for-all business model that restore OWNERSHIP and FREEDOM to people. ON THE WEB: http://www.UNTHINK.com http://www.youtube.com/UNTHINK http://www.twitter.com/iUNTHINK DOWNLOADS: UNTHINK Logo: http://ow.ly/65fCf UNTHINK Image: http://ow.ly/65g1G UNTHINK Homepage Image: http://ow.ly/65gkQ UNTHINK Press Releases: http://ow.ly/6izEK Direct Link: http://www.prnewschannel.com/2011/09/02/social-networking-watch-out-facebook-unthink-com-to-be-revealed-next-week/ SOURCE: UNTHINK.com
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WTHR Indianapolis

WTHR Indianapolis

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If you're a fan of the Discovery Channel show "Storm Chasers," The Dominator tornado chase vehicle just finished a publicity tour and ironically got caught in the middle of a storm on its way to visit Channel 13 Indianapolis. Since The Dominator is built to withstand winds of more than 200 mph, it wasn't phased.
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Indianapolis EPL Insurance

Indianapolis EPL Insurance

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It should come as little to no surprise that we live in a litigious society. With the recent publicity and media attention of civil suits, it is imperative that Indianapolis EPL Insurance is carried by both small and large employers. While larger corporations are more prone to these types of claims, smaller businesses are in no way immune to these discrepancies. Let’s take a closer look at the basics of this coverage and its important role in your business. According to the Insurance Information Institute, EPLI covers businesses against claims by workers that their legal rights as employees of the company have been violated. Some common claims in which EPLI protects include the following: -Sexual harassment -Discrimination -Breach of contract -Wrongful termination -Mismanagement of employee benefit plans The pricing of EPLI coverage is largely dependent on the type and size of your business. In addition, the number of workers you employ and the risk exposures your industry is subjected to also play a role in the cost of EPLI premiums. Further, the claims history for your company will affect the cost. The lower the number of claims, the less your company will be required to pay. What’s more, this coverage provides financial assistance in the event these claims result in litigation, regardless of the outcome of the lawsuit. In order to reduce claim activity, consider training managers on proper hiring and termination policies, implement effective screening policies, document each opportunity check, and settle employee disputes immediately and with care. At Walker & Associates Insurance, we strive to provide comprehensive business solutions to protect each component of your operation. We understand the risks involved with operating any company and work to customize each policy specifically for you. To learn more, contact our experts today at (888) 760-7292. http://www.walkeragency.com/basics-employment-practices-liability/
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INDY 500 SNAKE PIT 2017 | Official Trailer

INDY 500 SNAKE PIT 2017 | Official Trailer

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Artists: Zedd, Marshmello, RL Grime, Action Bronson, Adventure Club, and The Trap House in addition to wrestling legend Ric Flair as the special emcee. Follow @Indy500SnakePit for info about the 2017 Indy 500 Snake Pit presented by Coors Light and the 101st Indianapolis 500! Indy 500 Snake Pit presented by Coors Light http://indy500snakepit.com http://facebook.com/indy500snakepit http://twitter.com/indy500snakepit http://instagram.com/indy500snakepit React Presents http://www.reactpresents.com http://www.facebook.com/reactpresents http://www.twitter.com/reactpresents http://www.instagram.com/reactpresents Track: Marshmello – Alone (Slushii remix) Video: Vitae Sessions - http://www.vitaesessions.com/
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Pepsi Commercial HD - We Will Rock You (feat. Britney Spears, Beyonce, Pink & Enrique Iglesias)

Pepsi Commercial HD - We Will Rock You (feat. Britney Spears, Beyonce, Pink & Enrique Iglesias)

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http://www.glassworks.co.uk/ The commercial is set in the Roman Coliseum. A gladiatorial combat between 3 lady gladiators is about to occur. They come out to chants from the crowd but refuse to fight. They drink Pepsi instead and sing We will rock you by Queen. The challenge was to recreate the Coliseum and a crowd of 50,000 in the computer. The first 5 rows of the coliseum and associated people were shot for real and the rest is CG. What made this slightly more difficult than the usual crowd replication scenario was the fact that we were going to be relatively close, at film resolution and with a panning camera creating a fair degree of parallax. We shot about 50 extras against a green screen and with some inhouse software scattered them around the auditorium randomly with random offsets and colour correction. The auditorium itself was built conventionally in the computer with textures from the set and other pictures shot on location in Rome. Final Gathering was used in the rendering of it. Advertising Agency: BBDO Paris Production Co: Radical Media Director: Tarsem Compositor: Tom Sparks @ Play Glassworks Team: 3D Lead: Alastair Hearsum 3D: Daniel Jahnel, James Mann, Mikko Martikkinen R&D: Robin Carlisle Producer: Jay Lichtman
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Marco Andretti at Indy

Marco Andretti at Indy

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Andretti Autosport driver Marco Andretti talks to us about his season so far, chances at Indy and what Indy means to him.
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MONON RAILROAD INDIANA "THE HOOSIER LINE" PROMOTIONAL FILM 71872

MONON RAILROAD INDIANA "THE HOOSIER LINE" PROMOTIONAL FILM 71872

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Created in the 1950s by the Monon Railroad and featuring the Purdue Glee Club and hosted by a "Hoosier", this vintage film shows the Monon Railroad at the height of its operations. The Monon Railroad, also known as the Chicago, Indianapolis, and Louisville Railway operated from 18971956, was an American railroad that operated almost entirely within the state of Indiana. The Monon was merged into the Louisville and Nashville Railroad in 1971, and much of the former Monon right of way is operated today by CSX Transportation. In 1970 it operated 540 miles (870 km) of road on 792 miles (1,275 km) of track; that year it reported 1320 million ton-miles of revenue freight and zero passenger-miles. The railroad got the name Monon from the convergence of its main routes in Monon, Indiana. From Monon, the mainlines reached out to Chicago, Louisville, Indianapolis and Michigan City, Indiana. In Chicago the Monon's passenger trains served Dearborn Station. Branches connected the Louisville mainline to Victoria, Indiana and French Lick, Indiana. A map of the Monon trackage would show it in the form of an "X", laid out over the state of Indiana. One leg ran from Dearborn Station in Chicago, Illinois to Union Station in Indianapolis, Indiana, the first Union Station in the United States. The second leg ran from Michigan City, Indiana to Louisville, Kentucky. The "X" crossed at its namesake city of Monon, Indiana. The main line ran down the middle of streets in several cities, notably Lafayette, New Albany and Bedford. It Monon had seven sections. Beginning in the north, Section One was from the Indiana line to Lafayette, passing through the Monon switch in Monon. As a primary passenger route, it connected to Section Four running between Lafayette and Bloomington. This route reached the Ohio River over Section Five from Bloomington to New Albany. From this southern route, Sections Six and Seven were spurs to the west. Section Six served the Coal Fields between Midland and Clay City connecting to the main line at Wallace Jct, just south of Cloverdale. Section Seven provided passenger service to the resort hotels in West Baden and French Lick, through a connection at Orleans. The other primary line, mainly a freight line, included Section Two from Michigan City on Lake Michigan to Monon and then Section three from Monon to Indianapolis. Although each route had its primary traffic, freight and passengers were carried over all parts of the line. The Monon served five major Universities in Indiana, Purdue University (West Lafayette), Wabash College (Crawfordsville), DePauw University (Greencastle), Indiana University (Bloomington), and Butler University (Indianapolis). The state's decision to put Purdue University at Lafayette in 1869 had partly to do with Monon service, there since 1852. So important was the college traffic that the road painted its passenger rolling stock the red and gray of Indiana University, and painted its freight engines black and gold of Purdue University. In 1959, after the Indianapolis to Chicago trains were discontinued, it didn't make sense to continue with two color schemes, and to economize, the red and gray passenger scheme was slowly converted to black and gold. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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Filming a Doc—What's in my camera bag? : Indy News

Filming a Doc—What's in my camera bag? : Indy News

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Back from a shoot in L.A., Griffin teases a few clips from his Sriracha documentary, and shares the equipment he shoots with. Plus, the top 3 cameras at film festivals, and an Iron Man 3 video contest! VIDEO LINKS "Best Western Ever": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zknJoAt4I8A&list=PL-3mr0QREVv3BZG77WdENIgk1dRcpm4JS&index=1 Jameson First Shot teaser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHHw_7XO-KI&list=PL-3mr0QREVv3BZG77WdENIgk1dRcpm4JS&index=2 New & Notable video contests: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ki69vuDnsdE&list=PL-3mr0QREVv3BZG77WdENIgk1dRcpm4JS&index=3 $18 DIY Mic Shield Eliminates Reverb: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsUTEIqoFOo&list=PL-3mr0QREVv3BZG77WdENIgk1dRcpm4JS&index=4 Below, you'll find the text that's on my video releases. Remember, I'm no lawyer. TALENT RELEASE Video Project: __________ By signing this form, I grant permission to _________ to capture my image and voice, to be used in the video project named above. I understand that this material will be edited, may be linked with my name, and exhibited in public screenings and online, including methods of video distribution not yet devised. 

I agree that I will not assert or maintain against you, your successors, assigns and licensees any claim, action, suit or demand of any kind of nature whatsoever, including but not limited to those grounded upon invasion of privacy, rights of publicity, or other civil rights, or for any other reason in connection with your authorized use of my physical likeness and sound in the video project (named above) as herein provided. I hereby release you, your successors, assigns and licensees, and each of them, from and against any and all claims, liabilities, demands, actions, causes of actions(s), cost and expenses whatsoever, at law or in equity, known or unknown, anticipated or unanticipated, which I ever had, now have, or may, shall or here after have by reason, matter, cause or thing arising out of your use as herein provided. 

I have read and fully understand this form, and intending to be legally bound, I have signed this release.


 Talent's name: (print) _________ Talent's signature: __________ 

Date: ________ LOCATION RELEASE Video Project: __________ Location Name/Address: __________ By signing this form, I, as the owner of the property named above, grant permission to _________ to enter the premises and capture video of the interior and exterior, to be used in the video project named above. I understand that this material will be edited, and exhibited in public screenings and online, including methods of video distribution not yet devised. 

I agree that I will not assert or maintain against you, your successors, assigns and licensees any claim, action, suit or demand of any kind of nature whatsoever, including but not limited to those grounded upon invasion of privacy, rights of publicity, or other civil rights, or for any other reason in connection with your authorized use of the premises in the video project (named above) as herein provided. I hereby release you, your successors, assigns and licensees, and each of them, from and against any and all claims, liabilities, demands, actions, causes of actions(s), cost and expenses whatsoever, at law or in equity, known or unknown, anticipated or unanticipated, which I ever had, now have, or may, shall or here after have by reason, matter, cause or thing arising out of your use as herein provided. 

I have read and fully understand this form, and intending to be legally bound, I have signed this release. Property owner's name: (print) _________ Property owner's signature: __________ 

Date: ________
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Venus Castina ebook Bulliet Guys in Gowns female impersonators

Venus Castina ebook Bulliet Guys in Gowns female impersonators

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Venus Castina by C J Bulliet After working as a journalist for nine years in Indianapolis, during which time he reviewed plays, Mr. Bulliet found employment doing publicity for a traveling Shakespeare company. He worked as an art critic and was the author of four books. It's fair to say that he was a professional writer, far ahead of his time. In Venus Castina, Mr. Bulliet shows the audacity to address a previously unexplored subject, and begins his account of famous female impersonators shortly after the invention of alphabets. His comprehensive inventory of personalities includes Greek and Roman gods and goddesses, emperors, philosophers, warriors and writers. His 300+ page history blends record, memoirs, gossip, innuendo, and rumors of 25 centuries. He not only tells us what notable impersonators wore at dinner, he describes the cuisine. The readable prose crackles with witty conversation, quotations from many books, and clever verse. Between surprising anecdotes and lines from famous literature, he refers to Plutarch, Socrates, Shakespeare, Abbe de Choissy, Queen Elisabeth I, Homer, Oscar Wilde, Francis Bacon, Julian Eltinge, Virgil, George M. Cohan, Solomon, Havelock Ellis, Moliere, Eddie Foy, Juvenal, King Charles (I and II), Victor Hugo, Ben Jonson and the Y.M.C.A. He spends several chapters describing the costumes and figures of actors and opera singers who worked onstage in female roles. The ebook carefully reconstructs pages and typography of the original hardcover book. The text has been completely re-set for the ebook iteration of this modern classic of esoteric history. Twelve Alexander King illustrations are included, placed after the text they are adjacent to in the original. A unique and pioneering research work, it reflects the boisterous timbre of its era — the racy Twenties and its disastrous Volsteadism. Sophisticated and confident, wry and warm, Mr. Bulliet offers a treasure of information about colorful female impersonators, the kind of information that piques t-v pride. Guys in Gowns According to Dr. Bienvenu, Leonard Burtman published out of two dozen corporations from 1954 to 1970. In 1964, S-K Publishers produced several digest-sized one-shots, including the first publication with the name Bizarre Life. Guys in Gowns has a format identical to the Connoisseur series: color covers and 64 interior pages of monochrome photographs with little text. Mr. Burtman launched Female Mimics magazine in 1963 as a Selbee Associates product and performers seen in Guys in Gowns were also featured in issues of the full-sized magazine. The conscientiously produced volume introduces us to four entertainers: Kim August, Hans, Terry Noel and Toby Marsh. We meet them in apartments and are shown bits of the male to female conversion process, applying makeup, wigs, and stockings. No pictures show impersonators on stage. Cute, flirty, knowing and sexy, they show off in leather, nylons, lace and fur. Competent at projecting female identity, they seduce us into assuming that these are pictures of women. However they transpose gender, it's clear they're having fun creating unique, feminine personalities. [] http://www.30sg.com
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Michael Essany on Across Indiana

Michael Essany on Across Indiana

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Michael Essany is the featured guest on PBS television (Indianapolis)"Across Indiana"
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Measuring Intangible Benefits of the Big Game

Measuring Intangible Benefits of the Big Game

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Predicting the Economic Impact of the Super Bowl Part 4: Measuring Intangible Benefits of the Big Game Business economics professor Kyle Anderson explains how the publicity brought by Super Bowl 46 is a definite benefit to Indianapolis, but the actual value is difficult to measure. http://www.kelley.iupui.edu
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1950 MGM Sweepstakes

1950 MGM Sweepstakes

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Meanwhile, in Arlington Downs, Texas, Babe Stapp was having heaps of problems promoting races there. The big mile-plus track had opened the AAA big car season for the two previous years, but uncertain weather along with an inconvenient location between Dallas and Ft. Worth had made it a losing proposition, and had encouraged Stapp to go no further. MGM, however, needed a big car race on a mile-long track to go with their Culver City midget footage and the Speedway footage they intended to capture the following month. They talked Stapp into an unofficial “Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Sweepstakes” for April 30, convincing him that the presence of Gable and Stanwyck would generate lots of publicity and customers. Now decked out as the #17 “Mike Brannan Spl.”, after the character Gable portrayed, the Don Lee Special was shipped down to Arlington as the Wolfe Special “stand in” to begin several days of filming before race day. Indy driver Bud Rose, who bore an uncanny resemblance to Gable, mustache and all, was hired to drive the car for the staged race scenes, as was Johnny Parsons to choreograph them. Veteran driver Manny Ayulo was booked along with his old #44 track roadster, which would serve as the camera car. Cars, drivers, cameras and crews arrived, and so did the wind and rain, making filming difficult. Trying to get a few days of filming in before race day, they tried to follow Parsons’ carefully laid out scenes, but the going was slow, thanks to the weather. Ayulo didn’t help matters by driving the camera car at 100 mph into Al Henley’s #94 while giving a film crew member a thrill ride, wrecking both cars. Repairs caused further delays, slowing progress even more up until the day of the race. Even though an overnight storm had flooded the track, the actual race was finally run as planned – albeit with a small field in front of a small crowd. It was won by Duane Carter in J.C. Agajanian’s #98jr sprinter. Agajanian’s main driver, Johnny Mantz, had up and quit the #98 champ car, so Aggie sent the sprinter to Arlington instead. Carter was followed by second place finisher Bill Schindler in, of all things, the rebuilt Wolfe Special. By that Wednesday, May 3, racing personnel had had enough, and everyone packed up and left for either the Speedway or the Gilmore Stadium final season opener back in LA. Stapp was left to finally throw in the towel as far as Arlington Downs was concerned, and champ car races there came to an end. As far as the movie studio was concerned, there was still plenty of work left to do. With the “Brannan” car in tow and the services of Bud Rose still intact, they arrived at Indy to catch up with the Wolfe target car once again, this time chauffeured by Joie Chitwood. Chitwood qualified the car on the outside of the third row, next to Tony Bettenhausen. In the meantime, Rose alternated between staging scenes as Gable’s look-alike in the ex-Don Lee car, and trying to make the field himself in the #9 Bromme Offy, something he failed to do. Subsequently, Rose got to watch the actual race from the sidelines along with Gable, who was there to cheer on his technical advisor Parsons. Film crews sweated the Wolfe target car lasting the race, hoping for lots of usable race footage. As it turned out, the weather would be the biggest factor, same as at Arlington, and the 500 was called on account of rain at 138 laps with Parsons the winner. With the help of some relief-driving from Bettenhausen, the Wolfe Special was thought to have come home second, but after scoring tapes were checked, it was placed a solid fifth.
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Frances Farmer  | Most beautiful actresses of the 20th century

Frances Farmer | Most beautiful actresses of the 20th century

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Frances Farmer | Most beautiful actresses of the 20th century Frances Farmer - Frances Elena Farmer (September 19, 1913 – August 1, 1970) was an American actress and television host. She is perhaps better known for sensationalized accounts of her life, especially her involuntary commitment to a mental hospital. Farmer began her career as a stage actress, performing stock theater in New York City and later appearing on Broadway. She made her film debut in Too Many Parents (1936), and was subsequently featured in a starring role in the musical western, Rhythm on the Range (1936) opposite Bing Crosby, and The Toast of New York (1937) with Cary Grant. After signing a contract with Paramount Pictures, Farmer appeared in Exclusive (1937), World Premiere (1941), and the film noir Among the Living (1941). In 1942, publicity of Farmer's reportedly erratic behavior began to surface, and after several arrests and committals to psychiatric institutions, Farmer was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. At the request of her family, esp. mother, she was relocated from Los Angeles to an institution in her home state of Washington, where she was a patient until 1950. Farmer attempted an acting comeback, mainly appearing as a television host in Indianapolis on her own series, Frances Farmer Presents. Her final film role was in the 1958 drama The Party Crashers. Farmer died of esophageal cancer in 1970, at the age of 56. Farmer's tumultuous life and career led to her being the subject of two films, one television special, three books, and numerous songs and magazine articles =====
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