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June 16, 2010
The sights and sounds of E3 2010 were seen and heard by Liberty Music Trax and what a show it turned out to be. Some of the musical highlights included performances by Method Man and Redman in support of Rapstar, an upcoming game coming from Def Jam Interactive & Konami. While the 2009 show was dominated by Beatles Rock Band, this year featured Green Day Rock Band - decidedly less of a big deal. Nintendo commanded some of the longest line ups at the show as fans lined up to try the new Zelda Skyward Sword game. The new motion control Kinect was the focus of Microsoft's prescence and Sony was pushing Playstation Move as well as 3D games and televisions.
Greetings from beautiful Banff, Alberta, where the Banff World Television Festival runs June 13-16, 2010. Liberty Music Trax is here, catching all the action. At the Banff Rockies Awards Ceremony on Monday, June 14, 2010, Liberty also presented the Banff Rockie Award for Non-Fiction : Lifestyle & Information television program to the winner : Pitchin’ In: Shrimp , produced in Canada by Frantic Films and shown on the Food Network – Canada. N.B. Chosen from 900 entries from more than 43 countries, the Banff World Television Awards, also known as the “Rockies”, is one of the world’s most prestigious events celebrating outstanding work by international TV creators responsible for the continuing evolution and originality in the industry.
Left to right : Ralph Levy, Co-Founder & Managing Director, Liberty Music Trax; Jamie Brown, CEO & Executive Producer, Frantic Films; Justin Scroggie, The Format Doctor
And Liberty Music Trax is here to follow all the action. A lot of the word of mouth on the first day of the E3 was on the topic of Nintendo's 3DS, a portable console which will feature games with 3D graphics. Sony gave it's press conference, which was focused primarily on the new motion controller "playstation move", in the early afternoon. Music rhythm game fans were interested to try a new six stringed guitar hero controller and Nintendo featured a new zelda game on the floor. We stopped by for a chat with Bigpoint games along with a number of other publishers about using some of Liberty's music library in future games. More to come tomorrow!
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Day 3 went very smoothly, yet anything could be considered smooth when compared to Day 1 and Day 2! I had the honour of a face-to-face meeting with Picture This and Interfilm and was able to demo the AVS Audiovisual audition suite in an international business setting! Liberty MusicSynch™ in action BABY! As Marijke went through lists and lists of producers and met with German independent film producers, I ambushed as many booths as possible, got all the producers’ contact information and met with any on-site producers if they had a moment to chat. Success tastes even sweeter after continuous frustration!
With the sun high in the sky, we did miss a beautiful day in Cannes, buried deep within the bowels of the conference centre. But our Liberty spirits were strong—strong enough to get us home on the last plane out before they shut down air traffic due to volcanic ash. Yes, I said volcanic ash! Everyone who tried to leave Friday and onward got stranded in Europe without accommodations. Funny, we originally thought our flight was out of Nice at noon, which would have been great, but at precisely 9:35, we realized our flight was scheduled for 10:40! Since its takes about 45 minutes without traffic to get to Nice from Juan-des-Pins, there must have been a horseshoe lodged somewhere that got us home!!! Shout outs to the cow on the plane who made our flight a living hell and the steward who hooked us up with an amazing bottle of red for our trouble !!! Just Cannes it!!