Halloween is our Christmas!
From Ed Peters A few years back, an Anchor Bay Entertainment executive was interviewed by one of the home entertainment trade publications about the upcoming Halloween retail season. At one point, the ABE exec summed up the label’s enthusiasm for the holiday by exclaiming: “At Anchor Bay, Halloween is our Christmas!” In retrospect, [...]Continue Reading →
SCHLOCK & ARGH!
From Scott Barton Here we go. We’re in “The Season” with television’s Emmy™ Awards and the kick-off race for the Oscars™ (tedious, albeit much easier with Outlook, trademark notation required) in full swing. Entertainment publicists are in hyper drive to secure, cajole, arm-twist, bargain, “you owe me”, and, more often, [...]Continue Reading →
Observations from the front.
From Melinda Giordano I’ll admit that this title has a rather militaristic sound. However, let me assure you: within these walls there have never been any frenzied cries of ‘incoming!’ or ‘medic!’ – not since I’ve started working here, anyway. So it is not my intention to lead you astray. I am the first person a visitor [...]Continue Reading →
Notes from Ross
The first day I walked into the doors of SPPR, Inc., I wasn’t sure what to expect from my new position. For me, this didn’t just mark the beginning of a new job, but also a new lifestyle as I had only relocated to Los Angeles just a couple of weeks prior without ever being here before. Immediately, I knew I was walking into an office [...]Continue Reading →
Notes from Comic-Con 2012
From Ed Peters Every year, the fan faithful by the literal thousands descend on a tiny seaside hamlet south of Los Angeles for a chance to revel in all things unreal: the International Comic Con in San Diego. And for the past few years, I’ve had the privilege – and the endurance – to work this very important show. Why [...]Continue Reading →
Welcome to SPPRInc.com!
Welcome to our new website! In honor of our 20th year in the entertainment business, we thought we would launch a new look complete with a slight change in our name as well. We are now SPPR, Inc. Some days it’s hard for me to believe that I’ve been in business for 20 years, then I reflect back on the hundreds of campaigns I’ve worked [...]Continue Reading →