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  • Press Release of 'The Gloaming' by award winning poet J. R. LaGreca and Excerpt of Clark Isaacs's N


    With Great Gatsby grandeur, formal tables are set in the yard of the Wellington estate in Great Neck, Long Island for Margo Wellington’s Engagement Party to Stephan Randall. Jealousy brews when Margo’s Cousin Walter brings Chloe Winsler, a beautiful singer, and she and Stephan talk incessantly throughout dinner. Margo becomes enraged when she spies Chloe give Stephan her card — which he discreetly slips inside his suit jacket. Stephan insists it was for him to make dinner reservations for them at The Wexley — the supper club where Chloe sings. In a heated argument Stephan storms off in the middle of their engagement party, while Margo is rushed to the hospital for a twisted ankle from wearing stilettos on the lawn. Jealousy proves fatal when accusations lead to an unexpected disaster. Will old money be able to mask the truth? Can there be closure from a tragedy that catapults in unforeseen ways?

    Company: Xlibris
    (Filed: Fri Apr 03 2009)
  • Digital Postcard, Free e-cards, Web Photo Gallery with Extreme Ops Production


    On set or on location, Extreme Ops Production implements a nimble variety of creative talent, production technologies, and disciplines (in video and photography) to create compelling, original, branded content. By applying fresh thinking, technical innovation, and market savvy to our experience in broadcast and commercial production, we've moved to the forefront of Next-Gen communications - the fusion of advertising, marketing, and promotion that creates powerful, alternative marketing solutions.

    Company: Extreme Ops Production
    (Filed: Mon Oct 20 2008)
  • Grazia online boasts hot new figures

    Traffic to ACP Magazines' high-profile new celebrity weekly title Grazia's website – grazia.com.au – has exceeded expectations less than two months after launching.

    Company: ninemsn
    (Filed: Tue Sep 23 2008)
  • Free Faith-Based Television Gaining Ground in U.S. Prisons

    A Trinity Broadcasting Network initiative created to impact the nation’s soaring recidivism rates is gaining in popularity with correctional officials. Launched in 2007, TBN Second Chance is a faith-based program designed to give inmates a second chance to make good choices by providing positive, life-affirming television programming around the clock. The program is fully funded by TBN, the largest faith-based network in the world, and provides up to four different channels for diverse inmate populations—along with the equipment necessary to receive them—completely free of charge to correctional and rehabilitative facilities.

    Company: WDC Media PR
    (Filed: Wed Sep 03 2008)
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