Investors undeterred by Facebook stumble
Los Angeles Venture Capitolists
Attorneys whose recent deals and court battles have changed the shape of entertainment
Fred Milstein has come onboard as president of Chinese entrepreneur Bruno Wu's Harvest Seven Stars Entertainment and become CEO of Seven Stars Film Studios.
After opening remarks, the conference kicked off with an overview of media-consumption trends from David Cortese, senior VP of digital studio services at Rentrak.
'The Oath' and 'Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then' were supported by Creative Capital.
CAA has quietly extended reach into the financing arena on a range of media and showbiz ventures.
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