Friday, October 29, 2004

Interactive stunt backfires for NBC's 'Criminal Intent'

From the Courier Press. To view the entire article, click on the title of this post.

Interactive stunt backfires for NBC's 'Criminal Intent'
October 29, 2004

We have some advice today for the next network executive who thinks about making good shows interactive: Don't.

Put down the phone, let go of the mouse and walk away. It'll save your dignity - wait, you're a network exec; too late. It will, however, save the dignity of your show.


Tuesday, October 26, 2004

NY Times Article - vote response

An article in today's NEW YORK TIMES on responses to the LO:CI vote is provided to us courtesy of Pat Ward of Indianapolis, who is also quoted in the article!!

Thanks for sharing it Pat.


Monday, October 25, 2004

Nicole comes back


Saturday, October 23, 2004

Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys

We have just uploaded the screen caps for The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys. In addition, we have added a clip Vincent's portion of the cast interviews. Both of these are accessible from the Filmography page.

To view screen caps, click the first image below. To view the interview, click the second image below.


Saturday, October 16, 2004

NY Times article - Great Barrier

An interesting article about "Great Barrier" in the NY Times, with some insight into the decision to give viewers a choice.

Thanks again to Pat Ward of Indianapolis for sending it to us!


Saturday Today Show - October 16, 2004

Vincent made an appearance on the Saturday edition of the Today Show this morning during the first hour. The subject of the interview, of course, was tomorrow night's episode and the subsequent voting. (Have to admit since most of the first hour was devoted to the Presidential election, I was afraid they'd rope him into that debate, too!)

We have just uploaded the clip of his interview, as well as some screen caps, for those of you who may have missed it.

To view the screen caps, click here. To view the clip, click the image below.


Thursday, October 14, 2004

"5 Minutes, Mr Welles"

The filming location of Vincent's short film "5 minutes, mr. welles" in Astoria, Queens, NY.


Wednesday, October 06, 2004

"Never done before on television....."

What Rene Balcer was talking about.