SOURCE: Stereo Vision
November 30, 2010 08:01 ET
Stereo Vision Names Renowned Trial Attorney Barry M. Glenn Senior Executive Producer
LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - November 30, 2010) - Stereo Vision Entertainment, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SVSN), a publicly traded company focused exclusively on the 3D industry, announced today that renowned trial attorney, Barry M. Glenn, has been named Senior Executive Producer.
Stereo Vision's Chief Executive Officer, Jack Honour, stated, "We're very excited to have the opportunity to work with Barry Glenn. Through his over thirty years of practicing law, Barry has developed an extensive database of entertainment industry creative and banking relationships. Barry was General Counsel to The National Music Foundation, and followed Dick Clark as Chairman of the Foundation's Board of Directors. The National Music Foundation was for many years the beneficiary of the American Music Awards show.
"In addition to his contributing to the Company's film financing efforts, Barry will collaborate with the Executive Producers working on our slate of films, and review and advise on budgets and procedures as is indicated. We've begun deploying his relationships, and are looking forward to gaining his valuable guidance for the benefit of the Stereo Vision shareholders."
About Stereo Vision
Located in Van Nuys, California, Stereo Vision Entertainment www.stereovision.com is a publicly traded company focused exclusively on the 3D industry. Responding to the incredible growth of the global 3D theatre footprint, the advent of 3D TV, and the numerous commercial applications for 3D technology, Stereo Vision is developing a wide variety of commercially viable 3D products, and going forward, will to continue to be a driving force in the 3D industry.
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