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The next print Issue to be published will be SHOOT's August/September Issue (out 8/14)

AD Deadlines
Sponsor Reservations for Digital Workflow/marketing package: July 28th
Space Reservations for Regular Advertising:  August 4th
AD Material Deadline:  AD PDF Files due by Friday, August 7th
Final Late Material Extension:  Monday, August 10th,  midnight PT

Event Bonus Distribution:
>Cine Gear New York, September 24-25
>Emerging Cinematographer Awards (ECA), Los Angeles, September 27

Print Advertiser Bonus:
PDF version of you Ad will appear at NO extra charge with live link to your site in the PDF version of the issue that will be posted on SHOOTonline for readers to view/download.

Click Here for Print Ad Sizes/Specs

Here's a look at the major features planned for the issue....

Commerical & Entertainment Production/Post Industry Mid-Year Report Card
SHOOT surveys the Advertising & Entertainment Landscape to put the first half of the year in context...
Creatives and executives from the advertising and entertainment sectors -- and the combination thereof -- offer feedback and assessments of the most significant and/or surprising developments, trends, issues and work so far in 2015 and offer thoughts on the 2nd half of the year.
Here's a look at some of the Agency executives included....
>David Angelo, founder & chairman, David&Goliath
>Patty Brebner, director of integrated production, Wieden+Kennedy
>Rodrigo Butori, group creative director, the community
>Sean Cummins, founder/global CEO, cummins & parnters
>Ben Davies, head of broadcast production, Droga5
>Tom Dunlap, chief production officer, 72andSunny
>Pete Favat, chief creative officer, North America, Deutsch
>Cedric Gairard, head of production, Johannes Leonardo
>Steve Humble, EVP, Managing Director Production and Development, The Martin Agency
>Skyler Mattson, managing director, Wongdoody
>P.J. Pereira, chief creative officer, Pereira & O'Dell
>Rupert Samuel, executive director of content production, CP+B
>John Stapleton, exec VP/chief creative officer, 22squared
>Jennifer Usdan McBride, director of digital production, J. Walter Thompson New York
>Madison Wharton, chief production officer, DDB New York
The Road to Emmy Series, Part 12
SHOOT's 14-part "The Road To Emmy" series continues with a look at talent behind the season's leading Emmy contenders, spanning showrunners, producers, creators, directors, cinematographers, editors, composers, production designers, VFX Supervisors and others. We'll delve into assorted categories including Comedy Series, Drama Series, Miniseries, Telefilms, Documentaries, Music/Variety and Reality TV.  Nominees reflect on their nominated work and the challenges it posed to them from creative and technical standpoints.  Nominees share backstories on how they got their TV Academy-recognized gigs and what drew them to the projects to begin with. 
Some of people we're interviewing for this feature...
>Tim Van Patten, nominated for Outstanding Directing for A Drama Series on the basis of the “El Dorado” series finale episode of HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire.”
>Tom Shankland, a first-time Emmy nominee for Outstanding Directing For a Limited Series, Movie or a Dramatic Special, on the strength of the Starz/BBC miniseries “The Missing.”
>Christopher Manley, ASC, whose latest Outstanding Cinematography Emmy nomination is for “The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe” (Lifetime). Manley is a five-time Emmy nominee, the first four coming for his lensing of “Mad Men” (AMC).
>Gary Baum who earned two Outstanding Cinematography Emmy nominations this year--one for “Mike & Molly” (CBS), the other for an episode of “The Millers” (CBS). These are the sixth and seventh career Emmy nominations for Baum.
>Visual effects supervisor Erik Henry who is nominated for his work on “Black Sails” (Starz). Henry is a two-time VFX Emmy winner--for the miniseries “John Adams” (HBO) and last year for “Black Sails.”
>Additional names to be announced
You can check out recent installments of the series below...
Click Here for the May "Road to Emmy" kickoff feature, including:
James Bogdonas, cinematographer, “Modern Family," (ABC); Jonathan Krisel, co-creator, "Portlandia" (IFC); Christian Sprenger, cinematographer, "The Last Man on Earth" (Fox);
Beau Willimon, showrunner, EP, writer creator, "House of Cards" (Netflix); Tom Yatsko, cinematographer, “Gotham” (FOX)
Click Here for the Road to Emmy, Part 1, featuring:
Craig Zisk, director, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Fox network and “Parks and Recreation” (NBC)
Click Here for the Road to Emmy, Part 2, including:
Marta Kauffman, co-creator, “Grace & Frankie” (Netflix); Neville Kidd, cinematographer, “Outlander” (Starz)
Click Here for the Road to Emmy Part 3, including:
Fred Elmes, ASC, cinematographer “Olive Kitteridge” miniseries (Showtime); David klein, cinematographer, “Homeland” (Showtime)
Click Here for the Road to Emmy Part 4, including:
Lady J, writer, “Transparent” (Amazon); Elliott Lester, director, “Nightingale” (HBO)
Click Here for the Road to Emmy Part 5, including:

Howard Cummings, production designer, “The Knick” (Cinemax); Catherine Haight, editor, “Transparent” (Amazon Digital); Richard Toyon, production designer, “Silicon Valley” (HBO) and “American Crime (ABC); Clement Virgo, director, EP, producer and co-writer of the “The Book of Negroes” (BET)
Click Here for the Road to Emmy Part 6, including:
>Mimi Leder, EP/director, "The Leftovers" (HBO)' Ellen Mirojnick, costume designer, "The Knick" (Cinemax)
Click Here for the Road to Emmy Part 7, including:

>Adam Davidson, director, "Kingdom" (DirecTV)
>Jim Frohna, cinematographer, "Transparent" (Amazon)
Click Here for information on SHOOT Emmy FYC Marketing Opportunities
Click Here to contact SHOOT for EmmyFYC print & digital ad rates.


Music & Sound + Top Ten Tracks Chart
A rundown of news and developments in the music and sound space, as well as the quarterly Top Ten Tracks Chart -- and the strategic and creative considerations behind our #1 entry.


Visual Effects & Animation + Top Ten VFX & Animation Chart
What's in store at the upcoming coming SIGGRAPH convention in terms of VFX/animation work to be showcased, issues to be discussed and innovations on the horizon.  A look at the latest developments i the VFX/animation marketplace and our quarterly Top Ten VFX & Animation Chart -- with backstory on the #1 Chart entry.

Hot Locations
Film commission, lensing and incentive developments impacting feature, TV, commercial, music video, short film and interactive production.

Chat Room Interview: John Slattery
A four-time Best Supporting Actor Emmy nominee for his portrayal of Roger Sterling, Jr. in “Mad Men,” John Slattery, discusses spreading his creative wings into directing which thus far includes five episodes of “Mad Men” as well as the feature “God’s Pocket” which was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

Digital Workflow Solutions Sponsored Feature
Origination, Production/Post Collaboration, Asset Management & Storage
SHOOT is pleased to present it's fourth Digital Workflow Solutions sponsored feature and invites the following companies to participate:
>Camera manufacturers and rental companies
>Companies offering production collaboration/management tools, software & services
>Post & VFX companies providing clients with workflow solutions
>Digital Media Management & Storage companies offering hardware, software, physical arhiving/storage and cloud storage solutions.
Another fantastic opportunity for companies from Cameras to Workflow Tools & Services to Post & Visual Effects Companies to Digital Asset Management & Storage solutions to showcase what they have to offer SHOOT's audience of decision-makers!
Print, Digital & PDF advertising & Promotion included in Sponsor Package...
>Editorial coverage in the Digital Workflow Solutions Sponsored Feature: article will appear across all SHOOT platforms: print issue, PDF version of print issue, SHOOTonline, SHOOT>e.dition, SHOOT Dailies, RSS Feed, Facebook & Twitter plus promotion of feature on The SHOOT Publicity Wire and Brand New[s] - interview with senior exec from your company will be conducted via phone call with Debra Kaufman, SHOOT freelancer/entertainment technology writer/editor.
>Print Ad: Spread, Full, 3/4, 2/3 or 1/2 Page 4C Ad in print issue & PDF version (live link to your site embed in PDF version of Ad)
>SHOOTonline Banner: 300x250 banner for 30 days 8/14-9/13
>SHOOT>e.dition Banner:  180x150 banner on 4 email newsletters on 8/14, 8/21, 8/28, 9/4
>SHOOT Dailies Banner: a 180x150 banner on 4 email newsletters on 8/14, 8/17, 8/18, & 8/19
>Publicity release on the SHOOT Publicity Wire: We'll create release for you with excerpt about your company from the feature article with link to your site and full release that will appear on the SPW portion and in 3 email newsletters (Brand New[s], SHOOT>e.dition and SHOOT Dailies)
>PDF of feature for your promotion use
>25 copies of the print issue.
See print version of the first three Digital Workflow Solutions Sponsored Features...
Click Here for March 2015 Sponsored feature (print version)
Sponsors: Sony & Eizo

Click Here for January 2015 Sponsored feature (print version)

Sponsors: EC3, FotoKem, MTI Film, Prime Focus Technologies/dax,

Click Here for October 2014 Sponsored feature (print version)

Sponsors: ARC 9, ARRI Rental, Company 3, Simian, Shotgun

Click Here to contact SHOOT for more information/rates on this sponsored feature.

Additional SHOOT Columns:
Spot.com.mentary, POV, Short Takes, On the Wire, Flash Back, Street Talk, Rep Report

Advertising Deadlines

  • Sponsor Reservations for Digital Workflow Feature:  July 28
  • Space Reservations for regular Advertising: August 4
  • AD Material Deadline:  AD PDF Files due by Friday, August 7
  • Final Late Material Extension:  Monday, August 10,  midnight PT

Event Bonus Distribution: 

  • Cine Gear Expo New York, September 24-25
  • Emerging Cinematographer Awards, Los Angeles, September 27

Print Advertiser Bonus:
PDF version of you Ad will appear at NO extra charge with live link to your site in the PDF version of the issue that will be posted on SHOOTonline for readers to view/download.

Click Here for Ad Sizes/Ad Specs
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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!