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The next Print Issue will be the August/September Issue...
Ad Deadlines 
Final Space Reservations: contact SHOOT for last minute space availability   
Ad PDF File Due: Friday, 7/31 (final material extension: Monday, 8/3)
Print Ads come with Bonus PDF version and digital distribution!
Bonus #1
PDF Issue will have live link to your site in your Ad. The PDF Issue will be posted on SHOOTonline.com for readers to view/download on 8/7and will be emailed to 40,000 opt-in subscribers on 8/10 to bring extra attention to the advertisers!  
Click Here to see SHOOT PDF Issues 
Click Here for sample of web version of email blast that sends out the PDF Issue. 
Bonus #2
With a 1/4 Page Ad you get 180x150 Banner space on the 8/7 SHOOT>e.dition (value: $375.) 
With a ½ page Ad you get 180x150 Banner space on the 8/7 and 8/14 SHOOT>e.ditions (value: $750.)
With a Full page Ad you get 180x150 Banner space on the 8/7, 8/14 and 8/21 SHOOT>e.ditions (value: $1,125.)
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Here's a look at what's coming up in the August/September...

The Road to Emmy, Part 13
SHOOT's Annual "Road to Emmy" 16-Part Weekly Series kicked off in early May and runs weekly through the Creative Arts Awards and the Primetime Emmy Awards. 
Each installment garners insights from leading artisans involved in TV Shows, programs or films generating Emmy buzz. Among the recent Emmy nominees sharing their perspectives and insights will be:
--Gary Baum, ASC, who garnered a Best Cinematography Emmy nomination for Will & Grace, the 11th of his career.
--Nadia Hallgren, who earned two Emmy nominations this year--for her directing and lensing of Becoming (Netflix), the documentary chronicling First Lady Michelle Obama's book tour.
--Erik Messerschmidt, ASC discusses David Fincher's thriller series, Mindhunter (Netflix)
--Director Stephen Williams reflects on Watchmen (HBO), the show which earned 26 Emmy nominations--the most this year.
--more nominees to come
 

SHOOT Film Commission Survey: Production During The Pandemic
This special SHOOT survey is being conducted to get perspectives on how the film, TV and commercial production industry will go about returning to production and post as the pandemic-caused shutdown starts to ease in some locales. What will be the “new normal”? How can we best navigate a return to some semblance of normality without compromising the safety and welfare of people? We regularly survey industry executives and artisans but we’re devoting this survey to a specific sector--film commissioners/film office heads who have a special overview of conditions, progress or the lack thereof within their jurisdictions. The industry is looking to film commissions for expertise and guidance as to when it is safe to proceed.  The purpose of this survey is to learn the following....
>Film Commissions/Offices currently accepting film permit applications.  If not now, is there a timetable for when they will be accepting them again.
>Advice or guidance for the production community at large during these challenging times. Precautions, restrictions and/or advisories put in place to help protect the health and welfare of crews and those residents in the locales where filming takes place.
>How film commission's/offices procedures, modus operandi, process and responsibilities have changed in light of the pandemic.
>Are certain types of productions generally being more feasible at this time such as commercials and shorter duration projects, as opposed to longer form feature and TV series commitments. 
>Have local and state film commission policies coincided or are there differences between them.  What are the key differences, if any.  

SHOOT 2020 Ad Agency Mid-year Report Card feature
Leading Advertising Agency Creative Executives & Heads of  Production SHOOT about...
>How they've adapted during the pandemic in terms of creating and realizing work.
>How the call for social justice has impacted their work.
>How clients' messaging evolved in response to calls to address inequality on racial, gender and sexual orientation.
>Work (their own or others) that has struck a responsive chord or was the most effective creatively and/or strategically so far this year.
>The biggest takeaway or lessons learned from work they were involved in this year?
>Forecast about content creation and the business climate for the second half of 2020 & beyond.
>Efforts being made to increase diversity and inclusion in terms of women and ethnic minority filmmakers. 
Among the respondents will be:
--Joe Calabrese, EVP, director of integrated production, Deutsch NY
--Hilary Coate, head of integrated production, Venables Bell & Partners
--Diego de la Maza, EVP, head of production, Deutsch LA
--Sariah Dorbin, executive creative director, Quigley-Simpson
--Jim Elliott, executive creative director, Goodby Silverstein & Partners
--Erica Fite, founding partner, Fancy
--Phil Koutsis, executive creative director, We're Magnetic
--Robert Lambrechts, chief creative officer, Pereira O'Dell
--Anh-Thu Le, director of content production, TBWA\Chiat\Day L.A.
--Gavin Lester, partner, chief creative officer, Zambezi
--Matt McKay, executive creative director, Publicis NY
--Amy Wertheimer, EVP, group executive producer, BBDO NY

SHOOT 2nd Quarter Top Ten Music Tracks Chart
In additon to the Chart, we'll a BTS look at the number one entry and Music Notes column with the latest Music & Sound News

SHOOT 2nd Quarter Top Ten VFX & Animation Chart
In additon to the Chart, we'll a BTS look at the number one entry and VFX & Animation column with the latest VFX & Animation News

Cinematographers & Cameras
Leading cinematographers discuss their latest work, along with collaborators, approaches and choice of cameras for that content.  
--Newton Thomas Sigel, ASC, a Best Cinematography BAFTA Film Award nominee for Bohemian Rhapsody, reflects on shooting Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods (Netflix).
--Ollie Downey discusses shooting Hanna (Amazon Prime), including working with its creator and director, David Farr.

Chat Room
Lawrence Sher, ASC--who earned his first career Best Cinematography Oscar and ASC Award nominations earlier this year for Joker--discusses his collaborative relationship with director Todd Phillips as well as his move into directing commercials and branded content via production company brother.

Tool Box Column
Technology/equipment news 

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

Workflow, Post & Cameras: Sponsored Feature
Complete package with 1/2 Page 4C Print Ad: $1,750. (media/promotion value: $5,000.)
Complete package with Full Page 4C Print Ad: $2,500. (media/promotion value: $5,500.)
Click Here to request info on our Sponsored Content Opportunities

SHOOT's past Workflow Solutions Sponsored Features were a big hit so we're excited to publish this hugely popular feature again. Companies eligible to participate: camera manufacturers (can talk about advances in camera technology with insights into cameras used to create recent great work), post executives (can talk about the workflow solutions they offer and executives at Production/Post Workflow and Storage solutions companies (can talk about the products & services they offer).  This feature will provide valuable information about your company to potential clients! Participating in this feature provides sponsor companies with high profile industry exposure via the article that will appear in PDF format and online with links to it in our Daily and weekly email newsletter, press release on the SPW with distribution that includes weekly email newsletter, social media and RSS fee.  Sponsorship:  SHOOT editor to interview company executive for the feature, PDF & Digital Advertising Package that will drive customers to your site for more information. 
Links to some of our past Sponsored Workflow features... 
Past Feature sponsored by: Arc 9, ARRI Rental, Company 3, Shotgun 
Print version, starts on page 16: https://www.shootonline.com/pdfs/oct-25-2014  
Digital version: http://www.shootonline.com/news/workflow-digital-age-new-tools-and-servi...
Past Feature sponsored by EC3, FotoKem, MTI Film, Prime Focus Technologies/dax
Print version, starts on page 14: https://www.shootonline.com/pdfs/jan-30-2015 
Digital version: http://shootonline.com/news/surveying-new-workflows-expanding-power-and-...
Past Feature sponsored by Eizo and Sony
Print version, starts on page 16: https://www.shootonline.com/pdfs/mar-27-2015  
Digital version: http://shootonline.com/news/ultrahd-it%E2%80%99s-here-cameras-monitors-u...
Past Feature  sponsored by Quantum and SGL
Print version, starts on page 16: https://www.shootonline.com/pdfs/aug-14-2015 
Digital version: http://shootonline.com/news/new-challenges-new-solutions-storage-asset-m...

Advertising Deadlines
Final Space Reservations:  7/29
Ad PDf File Due:        7/31 (final extension: Monday, 8/3 6:00PM PST) 
For Rates, Specs & Space reservations, please contact Roberta via email or at 203/227-1699, x701 

Bonuses that come with your SHOOT Magazine Print Ad...
Bonus #1: 
PDF Issue will have live link to your site in your Ad. The PDF Issue will be posted on SHOOTonline.com for readers to view/download on 8/7 and will be emailed to 22,000 opt-in subscribers on 8/10 to bring extra attention to the advertisers!
Click Here to see SHOOT PDF Issues 
Click Here for sample of web version of email blast that sends out the PDF Issue. 
Bonus #2: 
With a 1/4 Page Ad you get 180x150 Banner space on the 8/7 SHOOT>e.dition (value: $375.) 
With a ½ page Ad you get 180x150 Banner space on the 8/7 and 8/14 SHOOT>e.ditions (value: $750.)
With a Full page Ad you get 180x150 Banner space on the 8/7, 8/14 and 8/21 SHOOT>e.ditions (value: $1,125.)
Click Here for web version of recent SHOOT>e.dition email newsletter
Additional SHOOT Marketing-related Links
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. 
Post your publicity news release with content, links, up to 7 photos and up to 2 videos for just $60. 
Or, post your video release with video, description & credits for just $20.
 
Become a SHOOT Member and immediately start enjoying multiple benefites including being able to post your MySHOOT individual Talent Profile or Company Profile with up to 10 individual Talent Profile!
Click Here for info on digital advertising on SHOOTonline.com, The SHOOT>e.dition weekly email newsletter & The SHOOT Dailies daily email newsletter,
Click Here for info on MySHOOT - Click Here to Become a SHOOT Member to start posting your MySHOOT profile
Click Here for SHOOT 18th Annual New Directors Showcase Event Sponsor info