GeekSpeak for 2004-11-19

Digital Media Factory

Marty Collins joins the geeks for a spotlight on movie making in Santa Cruz.
Marty founded the Santa Cruz based Digital
Media Factory
which is housed in the old Wrigley’s building which has bandwidth,
space and a factory feel to produce digital content.


The Digital Media Factory is
Santa Cruz’s new state-of-the-art Digital Media Showcase buisness center.
Cinemar is throwing a Schmoozfest tonight (Nov 19th) at 7:30pm which is open to the public. The Schmoozfest is a monthly
opportunity to pitch ideas, discover new local talent, present a video clip of
your latest project, and generally have a great time with cinema invloved people.
The meeting will take place at the Digital Media Factory,
located at 2809 Mission Street, just off Western Drive, on the West side of
Santa Cruz (formerly the old Wrigley Building).

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Marty Collins brings over 31 years of experience in management, creative development, and production in television and motion pictures. Currently a Partner and Executive Producer of Mitchell/Collins Productions, he has also served as the Vice President of Broadcast Operations at Silicon Valley’s KTEH Channel 54 Public Television, President/CEO/General Manager of Starlite Studios, Inc., President/CEO of Darnell/Collins Productions, Inc., and Television Broadcast Operations Manager for Hewlett Packard Television Network. Marty’s current focus is the development of The Digital Media Factory, a new studio in Santa Cruz to create, produce, and publish digital media.