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Promote  your company, roster, services, new work, products, announcements and "FYC" Messages by advertising on one or more SHOOT platform -- SHOOTonline.com, The SHOOT>e.dition weekly email newsletter, The SHOOT Dailies daily email newsletter and SHOOT Magazine (print issues with bonus PDF versions) -- to reach commercial and entertainment production and post decision-makers at Ad Agencies, Brands, Movie Studios, TV/Cable/Online Networks and independent filmmakers who turn to SHOOT for the latest news, in-depth features & profiles, best new work and companies to connect with for their upcoming projects.  Click Here for information on digital advertising options.

The next print Issue to be published will be SHOOT's May/June Issue (out 5/22)
Advertising Deadlines:
Space Reservations:                Tuesday, May 11      
AD PDF File Deadline:           
  Friday,    May 12
AD PDF File Final Extension:   Monday, May 15
Bonus Distribution:                SHOOT Directors/Producers Forum & 15th Annual NDS Event
                                               Producers Guild "Produced By" Conference Los Angeles
                                               Basecamp area of AICP Week
                                               Cine Gear Expo
                                               Cannes Lions Festival (Palais & Carlton Hotel)

We are pleased to offer special discount Ad Rates for this issue.  Please Click Here to request rates & for space reservations.
And, here are two bonuses...
Bonus #1: PDF version of your Ad will appear with live link to your site in PDF version of the issue that will be posted on SHOOTonline for readers to view/download.
Bonus #2: Place a 1/4 or 1/3 page Ad & get space for a 180x150 Banner on the 5/19 SHOOT>e.dition email newsletter(value: 375.)
                 --OR--

                Place a 1/2 page or larger Ad & get space for a 180-x150 Banners on the 5/19, special 5/28 New Directors Showcase>e.dition and /31 SHOOT>e.dition email newsletters (three banners value: $1,125.)
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Here's a look at some of what's coming up in the special May/June Issue...

Meet the SHOOT New Directors Showcase Class of 2017!
As SHOOT celebrates the 15th Anniversary of the the New Directors Showcase, we are thrilled to introduce you to the 32 directors/directing teams who made the final cut this year.  If you represent or have worked with a director in the Showcase, placing a Congratulations Ad is a great way to not only bring more attention to them but to your company as well.  This is an issue that will be kept around to be referred to throughout the year.  The issue also presents an ideal opportunity for all production companies to promote their own up-and-coming and leading directors!
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Click Here for information on becoming a Sponsor of the SHOOT Directors/Producers Forum& 15th Annual New Directors Showcase Event 

The Road to Emmy, Part 1
SHOOT kicks off the annual 15-part Road to Emmy Series with a special preview feature.  During the course of the Series we'll interview and profile the directors, producers, showrunners, cinematographers and other artisans generating Emmy Buzz.
Part 1 will include insights from:
--Ron Howard, the Oscar-winning (A Beautiful Mind) filmmaker discusses his efforts as exec producer on the National Geographic limited series Genius, for which he directed the first episode. The limited series delves into the life of Albert Einstein.
--Lesli Linka Glatter, multiple Emmy nominee and two-time DGA Award winner, reflects on her latest turn as executive producer and director of Showtime's Homeland.
--Jill Soloway, a two-time Emmy-winning director for Transparent, sheds light on another Amazon series she's created, the brand new I Love Dick.
--Barry Sonnenfeld, director/producer/showrunner of Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events starring Neil Patrick Harris.
--Cinematographer Colin Watkinson discusses lensing The Handmaid's Tale for Hulu and director Reed Morano, as well as NBC's Emerald City for director Tarsem.
--Editor Pia Di Ciaula discusses her work on Netflix's The Crown.
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Producers Advice Survey Feature
Commercial, Feature Film & Television production executives and showrunners dish on tips for aspiring producers and directors, recent projects and experiences with new technology. Among those slated to provide feedback are:
--Feature producer Scott Franklin (Black Swan, Jackie, Noah), co-founder of Darren Aronofsky's commercial production house Chromista.
--Ken Biller, showrunner, executive producer, Genius
--Dave O'Connor, VP/executive producer, RadicalMedia Entertainment.
--Sam Bisbee, head of features, Park Pictures
--Madison Wharton, chief production officer, DDB New York.
--Ben Hatt, director of TV development, Moxie Pictures
--Alison Temple, managing partner, 3am.
--Robin Benson, executive producer, CoMPANY Films
--Joshua Blum, president/founder, Washington Square Films
--Andrew Swee, exec producer, No Smoke.
--Sloan Schroeder, VP, director of content production, CP+B
--Matt Craigie Atherton, head of integrated production, adam&eveDDB, London
--Matt Hunnicutt, integrated production director, Nike Global at Wieden+Kennedy
--Craig Allen, director of integrated production, Venables Bell & Partners
 
Chat Room
>Production designer Anastasia White discusses her work on season two of Mr. Robot (USA Network) and her collaborative relationship with series creator Sam Esmail.
 
Cannes Lions Preview
>Jury presidents and judges for the upcoming Cannes Lions share their perspectives, priorities and approaches for assessing work at the 2017 International Festival of Creativity. Among those we hear from will be:
--Wendy Clark, CEO of DDB North America, and president of the Glass Lions jury.
--Matt Eastwood, worldwide chief creative officer of J. Walter Thompson, and Entertainment Lions For Music judge.
--Pete Favat, chief creative officer of Deutsch North America, who will preside over the Film Lions jury.
--PJ Pereira, co-founder and chief creative officer of Pereira & O'Dell, who is president of the Entertainment Lions jury.
--William McGinness, partner/executive creative director at Venables Bell & Partners, who will serve as a Lions Innovation judge.
 
Hot Locations Column:
Film commission, lensing and incentive developments impacting feature, TV, commercial, music video, short film and interactive production.
 
Advertising Deadlines
Space Reservations:             Tuesday, May 11
AD PDF File Deadline:          Friday, May 12
Ad PDF File Final Extension:  Monday, May 15
Contact Roberta via email or at 203/227-1699, x13 for space availability - lock in your great spot today!
 
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Rates & Space Reservations: Please contact Roberta Griefer via email or 203/227-1699 x13
 
SHOOTonline Banner Sizes/Specs
Click Here for Banner sizes and specs for SHOOTonline (website), The SHOOT>e.dition (weekly email newsletter) and SHOOT Custom Email Blasts.
 
The SHOOT Publicity Wire
Click Here for information on the publicity wire service for the advertising, media and entertainment industries.  Purchase credits to post your publicity news releases.  Now you can post video with or without a full release!