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Hi everybody, I’m Kim Estes of the Actors Reporter and welcome to the TradeVine. We’ve got some great articles for you. Our goal at the TradeVine is to help you, the actor, stay informed and to keep up with some of the entertainment news you may have missed in the Trades, such as The Hollywood Reporter, Daily Variety, and Backstage.
Back Stage, May 25th – In the Advice section, Expand Your Artistic Range With Dance Summer School, by Lauren Kay. In today’s industry, performers are expected to be well-rounded and brimming with special skills. During the summer, unusual classes abound, allowing you to expand your artistic range. Check out the June classes featured in this article to add more tools to your veritable belt. 1. Intention of Movement: Exploring Acting in Dance 2. The Alexander Technique 3. Heliummm Aerial Dance and Entertainment 4. Anabella Lenzu/DanceDrama Technique & Repertory 5. hoopDance With Bex. For dates and website information Go to W W W dot Actors Reporter dot com.
The Hollywood Reporter, June 6th – Olympic Committee to Live Stream London 2012 Summer Games on YouTube in 64 Countries, by Georg Szalai. LONDON — The International Olympic Committee said Wednesday that it will live stream the London 2012 Summer Olympics in 64 territories across Asia and Africa on its YouTube channel. During the Summer Games, which run July 27-Aug. 12, sports fans in these countries and regions can view live coverage and highlight clips for free via the Internet or web-enabled devices. Among the territories covered by the IOC’s YouTube offer are Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Iran, Pakistan, Thailand and Vietnam. Nonexclusive coverage will be available in the likes of Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal and Zimbabwe.
Daily Variety, June 6th – EMI songs to NYU students, by Steve Chagollan. GreenLight Music, the online music licensing service launched by Corbis in March, and EMI Music Publishing have entered into an exclusive partnership with NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts to provide student filmmakers with what Greenlight calls “affordable, pre-approved pricing” for thousands of songs from the EMI catalog for use in their film projects. Gary Shenk, CEO of Corbis, found that of the hundreds of requests they’ve received since launching Greenlight a few months ago, the No. 1 request was from student filmmakers. So what kind of deal will students get? Students would pay roughly 75% less than what they’d normally pay for an iconic (EMI) song.
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