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05
Feb
2016

Mary Aloe and Aloe Entertainment Announce The Exchange Joins EFM’16 with ‘Tiger’

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February 5, 2016 11:09 AM MST/ Examiner.com

Brian O’Shea, the CEO of The Exchange, has announced the company will be selling the worldwide rights for “Tiger.” EFM stands for European Film Market and it’s part of the 66th Berlin International Film Festival. The Exchange is a leading international sales and fiance company that is committed to creating strong relationships between filmmakers, film financers, and distributors through the exchange of product, information and commerce. It was created by veteran sales executive, Brian O’Shea.

“Tiger” stars Mickey Rouke, Janel Parrish, and Prem Singh. It’s about the inspirational story of Pardeep Singh Nagra, a Sikh man who was banned from the sport of boxing. He was a contender for the Olympic Games, but was denied because he refused to shave his beard. He decides to fight the ruling, which that leads to many threats against him and his beliefs. So he must decide if his quest for religious equality is worth losing his shot at Olympic gold.

Alister Grierson directed “Tiger.” The story was written by Michael Pugliese and Prem Singh. It’s presented by R3M Productioins and produced by Mary Aloe of Aloe Entertainment, Daniel Grodnik of Mass Hysterical Entertainment, and Rocco Pugliese of R3M Productions.

24
Jun
2015

Mary Aloe on the Prequel and the Sequel: an Aloe Entertainment Blog

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Mary Aloe stepped into the development room at Aloe Entertainment asking, “Prequel or sequel, which are top grossing?” One of the Aloe Entertainment team piped up, “JURASSIC WORLD, sequel.” “Not yet,” Mary Aloe replied, “still FURIOUS 7. How about prequel?” Another Aloe Entertainment development team member jumps in, “SKYFALL…no, wait that’s a sequel of a re-boot or a remake.” “It’s STAR WARS 1 – PHANTOM MENACE.” The discussion Mary Aloe and the Aloe Entertainment team began is about prequels and sequels and how well they are doing, some of which are the top grossing movies of all time. “JURASSIC WORLD has hit some milestones and may become one of the top ten, but for now it’s about #21,” continued Mary Aloe to her team at Aloe Entertainment.

Mary Aloe asked one of the Aloe Entertainment team to bring up a top-grossing film chart. Mary Aloe continued, “As of today, for the top grossing films of all time, the top ten include six sequels, and the top twenty includes a prequel and six more sequels. In that mix are a reboot and remake or two, as well”. Mary Aloe and the Aloe Entertainment team keep abreast of what franchises are doing well and which might be ready for a reboot. Having worked on a sequel and in pre-production on a prequel (of one of the 100 top  grossing films of all time), the Aloe Entertainment team keeps their eyes open for an opportunity to bring to Mary Aloe another prequel or sequel idea. In 2015, 29 movies will be sequels and 1 a prequel. In 2016, 25 releases will be sequels. 

“And more are in the pipeline,” continued Mary Aloe, “and notice that they are not just thrillers, super heroes, or horror franchises.” It was pointed out to the Aloe Entertainment team that TOY STORY, SHREK, FROZEN, DESPICABLE ME, THE FOCKERS, ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS, NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM, MADEA, and many other comedies have done well in sequel or prequel land; many of which are continuing.  “SHREK 2 and TOY STORY 3 are in the top twenty of all time,” Mary Aloe pointed out. “Let’s not lose track of a good story and fine actors and crew when developing any of these, Mary Aloe concluded. The Aloe Entertainment team may connect themselves with other prequels or sequels. Marketing traction and the continuation of loved characters and actors can be a shoe-in. But maker beware, a rehash will go straight to VOD. Remember LEGALLY BLONDE II or SPEED II? Duds. “Quality film-making should never be put aside for a possible buck,” Mary Aloe concluded, leaving the Aloe Entertainment team to their work.

27
May
2015

The Aloe Entertainment Team and Mary Aloe Look Back at Independent Film Award Winning

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Having recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, the Independent Spirit Awards for independent film-making outside the studio system, is more and more an indication of what the next award might be. Mary Aloe pointed that out to her team at Aloe Entertainment over a talk about financing an independent film vs. the big budget studio film.

“They used to say, win on Saturday and lose on Sunday”, Mary Aloe continued. “Meaning, enjoy your Spirit because you are not getting an Oscar now.” “What about last year,” an Aloe Entertainment team member asked? “Well, every year, that saying is less and less true, Mary Aloe smiled. Of the five nominees for Best Feature at the Spirits, four of them — BoyhoodBirdman, Selma and Whiplash — were up for Best Picture at the Oscars.
 

“Remember, 12 Years A Slave won last year and The Artist got many awards in 2011,” Mary Aloe explained. An Aloe Entertainment team member jumped in, “But the Spirits don’t cast the same wide net of contenders. Your picture must be budgeted at less than $20 million, right?” Mary Aloe confirmed, “Yes, but don’t use that to discount the continued connection that the Spirit’s are more and more becoming the dress rehearsal, you might say, for the Oscars and sometimes, the Golden Globes, though the Hollywood Foreign Press tends to honor the more well known, where the spotlight is already shining.”

 
“Still, watch out for more and more influence from the Independent Spirit Awards to the Academy Awards, especially as the studios invest more in the tent pole film,” Mary Aloe ended with before dashing out to her next appointment and quite possibly the beginning of an Aloe Entertainment project that proves her point.

27
May
2015

The Award and the Box Office: A discussion with Mary Aloe of Aloe Entertainment

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The Aloe Entertainment team discussed the correlation between the award honored actor and the box office. “Very little for the actor, though probably a slight bump for a film”, says Mary Aloe. “If you are an actor, enjoy the nom or win of your Oscar or Golden Globe, but don’t expect more phone calls or more money. The correlation always come from the box office mojo of your last film or last few film and the international marketplace.”

It’s a question asked almost every year, but never changes. Mary Aloe points out, “You can be the apple of the industry’s eye for a bit, like Octavia Spencer was a few years ago; a great recognition for her performance, but the plum roles didn’t pop up very quickly afterwards. Same with Reese Witherspoon or Cuba Gooding, Jr. or … the list goes on, even today.” The Aloe Entertainment team wondered about the effect on the movie grosses.
 
According to the BoxOfficeQuant data, a Best Director win can bring an extra $11 million in revenue, though a Best Actress nod is worth maybe $2.3 million and a Best Actor statue is worth only slightly more than $1 million. Mary Aloe continued, “The Best Supporting Actor and Actress Oscars essentially have zero box-office impact.” “What about a Best Picture nod or the Golden Globe for a picture,” asked a member of the Aloe Entertainment team? “Awareness from a nom or win can help in marketing and b.o. success, but not necessarily,” Mary warned. Below is a chart from boxofficemojo.com for last year’s bumps, that vary from 0 – 90%.
 

Movie Title                    Post-Nom / Percent    Post-Awards / Percentage
American Sniper               $316.6    90.5%         $29.9              8.6%
Selma                            $33.0     63.4%         $ 2.5               4.9%
The Imitation Game           $41.1     45.1%         $ 7.2              7.9%
Whiplash                         $5.1       39.1%         $ 1.8             13.5%
Birdman                          $11.2     26.4%         $ 4.6             10.8%
The Theory of Everything     $7.9      22.1%         $ 1.8               4.9%
Boyhood                          $943k      3.7%         $ 36.8k            0.1%
The Grand Budapest Hotel     n/a           –            n/a                -

15
May
2015

Mary Aloe on the Hispanic Audience and Aloe Entertainment

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Mary Aloe was recently discussing how Hollywood has had a brown out (pun intended) in producing and marketing for the Hispanic audience. She told her team at Aloe Entertainment, “Whether using Latino actors, writers, directors, or producers or bringing Hispanic stories to the screen, both big and small, the Latin community has been undeserved.”

 
Recent research from the Nielsen people show that Hispanics accounted for at least 20 percent of opening weekend ticket sales for every hit last summer. “That is a lot of tickets to be sold; not to mention the rich culture from which we could mine some wonderful stories and talent,”Mary Aloe continues to her Aloe Entertainment team.  “Our production slate includes two projects that do just that - Mary and Mama’s Boy.”

 
Mama’s Boy (click here for trailer - code:  Speedy) is a reality series about Noel “Speedy” Mercado. He’s a 40-something virgin looking for love!. Speedy is a star of the #1 Hispanic morning radio show in America and has millions of fans. Hard to believe, Speedy still lives with his mama in the old Brooklyn neighborhood where he grew up. Most of the guys he knew are long married. Everyone, especially mama, tells him it’s time to settle down, but Speedy has yet to find the right girl. Mary Aloe mentioned that she is producing, along with her ABK Entertainment, a subsidary of Aloe Entertainment partners, Vito Bruno and Scott Kushner, as well as with Ish Entertainment.
 
Mary is the other project I want to mention in regards to the Hispanic talent we are proud to have connected to us at Aloe Entertainment,”Mary Aloe said. “Not only are we fortunate to have Eduardo Verástegui as one our producers, but our director and many shooting locations are both from Mexico. Mother Mary is a very prominent source of comfort in the religious and spiritual practices of the Latin audience. The Pew Research Center reported that 68% of Hispanics are Catholic and devoted to Mother Mary. “That’s one of the reasons we are so excited about projects like Mary, which reach out to a global audience both in story and the talent used in creating this project,” Mary Aloe said in closing.
 
Mary Aloe has found that there are riches found in not only using the stories and culture of the Hispanic people, but the vast talent. Think filmmakers like Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Miguel Arteta, Alfonso Cuarón, Guillermo del Toro and Robert Rodriguez; cinematographers like Claudio Miranda and Emanuel Lubezki; actors like Andy Garci, Javier Bardem, Zoe Saldana or Selma Hayek; television producer and innovator Desi Arnaz; and stories about Frida Kahlo, Che Gueverra – to name a very small example. All are either in Academy Award winning films or those that have done well at the box office or in the TV ratings world. The brown out is over and Aloe Entertainment is proud to be a part of it.

24
Apr
2015

Importance of Google for your Company: a look at THE search engine from Mary Aloe and the Aloe Entertainment team

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You’ve heard of IMDB, AllMovie.com, Box Office Mojo, VarietyInsight.com, or Baseline, haven’t you. You would find information like filmography, office address, resumes, bios, photos, etc. on producers like Mary Aloe and production companies like Aloe Entertainment. On some of these sites, especially the fee based professional subscription service version of these sites and others, you’d find more in depth information and analysis of popularity and projects in development, Well, what about Google? What about purposefully marketing you or your project and company on Google?

 
If you are a smart producer, savvy in marketing your company and/or project, you would take a hint from producer Mary Aloe and her team at Aloe Entertainment and get to work on optimizing the rank of you and your company and/or project on this most popular search engine (Google is three times as popular as the #2 and #3 search engines – BING and YahooSearch).
 
The following statistics are from a study called “Beginners Guide to to  SEO”, which was leaked from AOL’s search engine logs:
  • The first ranking position in the search results receives 42.25% of all click-through traffic
  • The second position receives 11.94%
  • Third position on the first page obtains 8.47%
  • The fourth placed position on page one receives 6.05%
  • The others on the first page are under 5% of click through traffic
  • The first ten results (page one ) received 89.71% of all click-through traffic,
  • The next 10 results (normally listed on the second page of results) received 4.37%
  • Third page receives a total  of 2.42 %
  • The fifth page receives a total of only 1.07%
  • All other pages of results received less than 1% of total search traffic clicks.
Mary Aloe and the Aloe Entertainment team give focused time to optimizing the SEO of their organization and projects with listings and posts on such sites as:
 
 
and many more, including the others mentioned in the first paragraph and basic information sites, like:
 
 
All of these and more add up to higher rankings on Google, which equals higher visibility for your organization and project. Like Mary Aloe and the Aloe Entertainment team, you will not only want to start your own website (obvious), but get videos up on YouTube and the like for more exposure on Google, which will definitely lead to more tickets sold or eyes on your project, and more business for your company.
 

21
Apr
2015

Mary Aloe and Aloe Entertainment History

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Mary Aloe is a packaging producer.  She and the Aloe Entertainment team just executive produced Ten Thousand Saints starring Ethan Hawke, Emile Hirsch and Hailee Steinfeld that premiered at Sundance Film Fest 2015 and, after which, garnered a great sale with Screen Media, which will be released Summer 2015. As well, Mary has Wild Oats with the Weinstein’s is released this summer starting Shirley Maclaine, Jessica Lange and Demi Moore. As well, Mary starts Mother Mary this summer, with Lionsgate, that she is producing and co-wrote, as well as, The Ranch and Punjab Tiger - incidentally all three movies are based on true life stories. 

Mary Aloe arranged financing and producer many critically acclaimed features were selected for some of the world’s most prestigious film festivals.  When A Man Falls In The Forest, starring Sharon Stone and Timothy Hutton, was selected for main competition at the Berlin International Film Festival and in the main competition for America’s South By Southwest Film FestivalNumb, starring Matthew Perry and Mary Steenburgen, was selected to have its world premiere in the Discovery section at the Tribeca Film Festival; and Battle In Seattle, a political action drama written and directed by Stuart Townsend and starring Charlize TheronWoody HarrelsonRay Liotta,Channing Tatum, Andre Benjamin Joshua JacksonMartin HendersonConnie Nielsen and Rodriguez. “Battle” had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in main competition and had the biggest sale at the festival and was multi-platformed theatrically across America in fall 2008. Aloe’s other films include While She Was Out, a female action thriller starring Kim Basinger and Lucas Haas; executive produced by Guillermo Del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth) and jointly produced by Don Murphy (Transformers); and Tortured, starring Laurence Fishburne and James Cromwell, which was released through Magic Box and Sony Pictures. Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever with LGE had its theatrical release in the spring of 2009. Aloe’s first feature film endeavor was in 2004 and entitled Downtown: A Street Tale, starred Genevieve Bujold and Domenica Scorsese and was released with American World Pictures.

Mary Aloe’s foray into the business began in television with producing over eight successful national reality and television talks shows. In 2001, Mary Aloe transitioned into long form television with Columbia TriStar and NBC with The Princess and the Marine, a MOW for NBC Television, the project, chronicling the true story of a Middle Eastern Princess who fell in love with an American Marine, generated so much excitement, it incited the second biggest bidding war in television history. It then became the highest rated Movie of the Week that year for NBC. Aloe executive produced this made for TV movie with Columbia Tri-Star.

However her background is, and still loves reality television. Besides the three shows in development Throwback, Mama’s Boy and Game of Clones, Mary produced Room 401 jointly with partners Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg, premiering on MTV. Mary Aloe has also developed a bevy of reality series  - Geraldo, Susan Powter Show, Caught in the Act, Hard Copy, Current Affair - over nine series for network and syndication

Also see:

http://www.aloeentertainment.com
http://www.maryaloe.biz
http://www.maryaloeentertainment.org
http://www.maryaloe.com
http://www.maryaloe.org
http://www.maryaloe.us 

09
Apr
2015

ABK ENTERTAINMENT – a Full Service Production Company by Mary Aloe of Aloe Entertainment

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ABK Entertainment is a full-service production company with over two decades of broadcast experience. In that time we have brought to market original scripted and non-scripted programming, compelling branded content and innovative storytelling with wide audience appeal.

Currently ABK Entertainment, has several reality shows in development that capture human drama, humor, and competition.

Mama’s Boy

Meet Noel “Speedy” Mercado. He’s 40-something years old virgin looking for love!. Speedy is a star of the #1 Hispanic morning radio show in America and has millions of fans. Hard to believe, Speedy still lives with his mama in the old Brooklyn neighborhood where he grew up. Most of the guys he knew are long married. Everyone, especially mama, tells him it’s time to settle down but Speedy has yet to find the right girl.  **Currently partnered with Ish Entertainment.

MAMA’S BOY trailer (password=Speedy)

Throw Back

Throw-Back…The reality sports competition show. It’s not just about the game. It’s about the journey back to the game!! Each season we will be featuring rematches of the greatest grudge match games in history!

THROWBACK trailer (password=throwback)

Game of Clones

Until recently, Kaylan was a partner in one of the largest talent and events agencies in Vegas. But after a bad breakup with her boss, she decided to start her own agency. With a keen eye for superstardom and a bit of intimate relations with the talent, she’s signed on the #1 Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, Prince and Britney Spears impersonators in America. These are professional musicians who train every day to perfect their craft. And they’ve worked damned hard to get where they are.

GAME OF CLONES trailer (password=clones)

Facilities

ABK now offers an insert stage, webcasting, post-production facilities, and production office  spaces for us and our clients.

World of Wonder is currently filming “Million Dollar Listing” at our facility.

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ABK offers turnkey production capabilities:

  • 5000 sf industrial facility w/private loading space and private parking
  • 20′ x 25′ green screen insert stage with full lighting & grip
  • 5 Editorial Suites 
  • 3 Motion Graphics Suites w/Adobe Creative Cloud, Final Cut Pro, Adobe 
  • Premiere, Cinema 4D
  • 100TB simultaneous digital workflow environment across all Graphic and Editorial Suites 
  • Voice over recording facilities
  • Production Office Space for client usage
  • High Speed fiber available both in and out of studios

Production Services

Let’s Get To Work

We create unique content and marketing solutions designed to enable the goals of our clients. We have been in business for 23 years supporting some of America’s best known brands, agencies and media companies. MediaPlace supports our clients as we create original creative content and digital delivery systems unique to our clients needs. We will work closely with you to create a dynamic solution to fulfill your needs and achieve your creative goals.

 

Full Service Live Action Production for TV, Film and Digital Complete editorial and post production 3D & 2D Motion Graphics Animation Creative Concepts, Scripting, Storyboarding and Collaborating Production of Custom Digital Networks – Concept to Fulfillment Engineering and Programming of Leading Digital Signage Software Music and Video Content Licensing Experiential & Social Marketing After-Market Services

ABK Entertainment Partners

MARY ALOE

Mary Aloe is a packaging producer. She just Executive produced Ten Thousand Saints starring Ethan Hawke, Emile Hirsch and Hailee Steinfeld that premiered at Sundance Film Fest 2015 after which garnered a great sale with Screen Media and will be released Summer 2015. As well, Mary has Wild Oats with the Weinstein’s is released this summer starting Shirley Maclaine, Jessica Lange and Demi Moore. As well Mary starts Mother Mary this summer with Lionsgate that she is producing and co wrote, The Ranch and Punjab Tiger.
 
However her background and first love is reality television. Besides the three shows in development Throwback, Mama’s Boy and Game of Clones, Mary produced Room 401 jointly with partners Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg, premiering on MTV. Mary Aloe is also developing a bevy of reality series Geraldo, Susan Powter Show, Caught in the Act, Hard Copy, Current Affair over nine series for network and syndication.

Mary Aloe arranged financing and producer many critically acclaimed features were selected for some of the world’s most prestigious film festivals. When A Man Falls In The Forest , starring Sharon Stone and Timothy Hutton, was selected for main competition at the Berlin International Film Festival and in the main competition for America’s South By Southwest Film Festival; Numb, starring Matthew Perry and Mary Steenburgen, was selected to have its world premiere in the Discovery section at the Tribeca Film Festival; and Battle In Seattle, a political action drama written and directed by Stuart Townsend and starring Charlize Theron, Woody Harrelson, Ray Liotta, Channing Tatum, Andre Benjamin Joshua Jackson, Martin Henderson, Connie Nielsen and Rodriguez. Battle had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in main competition and had the biggest sale at the festival and is being multi-plat formed theatrically across America this fall 2008. Aloe’s other films include While She Was Out, a female action thriller starring Kim Basinger and Lucas Haas; executive produced by Guillermo Del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth) and jointly produced by Don Murphy (Transformers); and Tortured, starring Laurence Fishburne and James Cromwell , which was released through Magic Box and Sony Pictures. Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever with LGE had its theatrical release in the spring of 2009. Aloe’s first feature film endeavor was in 2004 and entitled Downtown: A Street Tale, starred Genevieve Bujold and Domenica Scorsese and was released with American World Pictures.

Mary Aloe’s foray into the business began in television with producing over eight successful national reality and television talks shows. In 2001, Mary Aloe transitioned into long form television with Columbia TriStar and NBC with The Princess and the Marine, a MOW for NBC Television, the project, chronicling the true story of a Middle Eastern Princess who fell in love with an American Marine, generated so much excitement it incited the second biggest bidding war in television history ‘see Mary Aloe’. It then became the highest rated Movie of the Week that year for NBC. Aloe executive produced this made for TV movie with Columbia Tri-Star.

Mary Aloe has also affiliated herself with the top organizations in the entertainment industry. She is a member of the following guilds: WEN (Women’s Entertainment Network), American Federation of Women in Television and Radio, CAUCUS, Women in Film and First Weekenders Club.

Scott Kushner

Scott Kushner has been actively involved in all facets of advertiser supported media and content development throughout his career.

Scott Kushner is the founder of MediaPlace, a niche creative boutique designed to serve today’s evolving digital media landscape, producing and delivering video content across multiple network platforms since 1993 including television, mobile and online /social and at retail. MediaPlace clients include Panasonic, Foot Locker, Gillette, Mc Donalds, Barnes & Noble, Harley Davidson, MetroPCS, Indiana University Athletics, Nike & Degree amongst others. Client assignments include the development and distribution of both long and short form content as well as experiential marketing opportunities resulting in content driven digital campaigns.

Previous to starting MediaPlace Scott was a founding member of Point-of-Purchase (P-O-P) Radio, serving as Vice President / Programming & Production.  Scott was instrumental in POP Radio’s eventual growth to more than 16,000 retail locations across the United States including Safeway, Kroger, Rite-Aid and Eckerd among others. POP Radio was sold to Heritage Media, now a division of News Corporation.

Scott began his professional life at radio programming syndicator DIR Broadcasting. His responsibilities included creative development and marketing for such well-known network radio programs as “The King Biscuit Flower Hour,” American radio’s preeminent syndicated weekly concert series. Later moving to ABC Radio, Scott focused on the network’s long-form programming initiatives, which included “Casey Kasem’s American Top 40,” “American Country Countdown,” and “Rockline,” among other shows. During his time at DIR and ABC Radio, Scott was actively involved in productions with musical artists such as The Who, The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Duran Duran and Eric Clapton amongst others.

In addition to overseeing MediaPlace and its subsidiaries, Scott is an active board member of advertising industry philanthropic organization The John A. Reisenbach Foundation. Scott holds a BA degree from George Washington University and  resides in New York City with his wife Susan and son Max.

Vito Bruno

He is the founder of AM PM Entertainment Concepts. As the creative leader of this multifaceted, world-class entertainment company Vito has successfully produced, promoted and presented high profile events and content for the benefit of his clients.

Vito has been featured on over 75 high-profile local and national TV shows and in pre-eminent American and international publications. These include The New York Times, The London Times and New York, Details, Interview and Vanity Fair Magazines. Today Vito continues to be an industry innovator and an integral part of the film and music community.

His goal is to always be the first, the best or both.

Vito’s achievements include:
• Currently developing several TV projects.
• Executive Producer of “MARY” with Lionsgate Studios and Mary Aloe. Co-Producer of “Ten Thousand Saints” with Mary Aloe.
• Produced ongoing annual destination-events including Beatstock, Freestyle Free-For- All, Disco Ball (Taj Mahal,) Parti Gras, and Miracle on 34th Street.
• Produced more than 50 music videos.
• Consulted on several film projects.
• Bringing a little-known genre of music now known as Hip Hop from the Bronx to the main stream. During the same period he produced the first major performances by Madonna..
• Developing musical artists who have created over 50 #1 records on U.S. Billboard charts and sold more than 150 million records worldwide.
• Conceiving and creating the Outlaw Parties, which became the first Raves and grandfather to todays music festivals.
• Producing corporate sponsored cultural events including the Michael Jackson/ Pepsi Press extravaganza, CBS Air Awards, Coca Cola 100th Anniversary, Proctor and Gamble, and fashion shows for Jean-Paul Gaultier, Marc Jacobs, Betsey Johnson, and Norma Kamali.
• Partnering with major radio stations, Vito has produced sponsored promotions for the Puerto Rican Day, African-American Day, Cuban Day, Heritage of Pride and Halloween parades.
• Producing events featuring EDM – the hottest force in contemporary dance music. Event headliners have included Tiesto, Swedish House Mafia, Deadmou5 and Victor Calderone.
• Presenting world renowned artists such as Run DMC, Madonna, Britney Spears, J Lo, Marc Anthony, Pitbull, Christina Aguilera and LL Cool J.