BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
STEREO VISION ENTERTAINMENT, INC. (OTCBB:SVSN) announced today that The Lichtman Group, the agency that sold to the studios among many others the blockbuster hits, "Sin City" and "300," has become Stereo Vision's agency with immediate effect.
Stereo Vision's Chief Executive Officer, Jack Honour, stated, "We're very pleased that The Lichtman Group has begun surfacing opportunities for us with the major studios. The Lichtman Group's founder, and president, Mark Lichtman, will personally be managing the Stereo Vision account. Mark is our Chairman Doug Schwartz's agent on Doug's TV series 'Booty,' which just went to pilot with Sony (NYSE:SNE). Mark gives us immediate access to the decision makers at all the major studios, and I'm excited about the opportunity to work with him going forward towards enhancing our shareholder's value."
Mark Lichtman added, "Stereo Vision is perfectly positioned in one of those right place - right time situations. In my initial Stereo Vision meetings with major studio people, I've found considerable interest in Stereo Vision's film projects in development, their formula, and overall business model. With 3-D being the big buzz in the Industry these days, I'm expecting great things from Stereo Vision and their polarized 3-D feature films."
About Stereo Vision:
Located in Van Nuys, California, Stereo Vision Entertainment (www.stereovision.com) is a publicly traded, vertically integrated media company, with interests in film, television, and music production properties. Stereo Vision's business is driven by the production and acquisition of cutting-edge entertainment media assets.
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