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Vibrant Design Comes Up with Lofty Look for MTV’s Alexa Chung

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• August 18, 2009
NEW YORK — 09) – Vibrant Design’s Christopher Landy gave a contemporary, lower Manhattan loft look to the lighting design for MTV’s mid-day show, It’s On With Alexa Chung.  The show mixes celebrity talk and music with online interaction with viewers. Read More...

Richard Belliveau to Receive Parnelli Visionary Award

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• August 18, 2009
LAS VEGAS—The Parnelli Awards Board of Directors announces that Richard Belliveau will receive the Parnelli Visionary Innovator Award acknowledging his astonishing career in the live entertainment industry. 
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Ladd Named Pharos Product Manager, North America

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• August 17, 2009
BOSTON — Thomas Ladd has been named Pharos Product Manager, North America. Previously with Production Arts and ETC in New York, he has most recently been project manager for the Boston Illumination Group where he was involved with Pharos LPC’s launch in North America. Read More...

Miami Dolphins Home Game Video Clips Feature Chauvet Lighting

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• August 17, 2009
MIAMI — As the 2009 NFL season approached, Jeff Griffith, Dolphins’ senior programming director, called on Florida-based Chauvet to supply lighting gear for the team’s video clips, which are shown during home games. Read More...

Voting for Parnelli Hometown Heroes Begins

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• August 17, 2009

LAS VEGAS — The nominations have been made, the ballots have been prepared, and now the voting for the 2009 Hometown Hero Awards has begun. Go to www.plsn.com/hometown to vote for the best regional production company in five regions of the U.S. and all of Canada.

 

 

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Chauvet Names Erikson Pro as its Canadian Distributor

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• August 12, 2009
HOLLYWOOD, FL — Chauvet has named Erikson Pro, a division of Montreal-based JAM Industries, as its exclusive distributor in Canada. JAM has been a distributor of lighting, audio and music equipment for over 25 years. Read More...

Scharff Weisberg, New York City Lites Illuminate Fireboat Water Spray

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• August 12, 2009
NEW YORK —Scharff Weisberg helped New York City Lites light up spray from a venerable fireboat, the John J. Harvey, for a Hudson River spectacle celebrating the Fourth of July. The show, commissioned by Duchess County Tourism, was also part of Hudson 400, marking 400 years since Dutch explorer Henry Hudson sailed upriver. Read More...

Jimmy Buffett Tribute Band Tours with Chauvet Gear

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• August 12, 2009
ATLANTA — Touring can be tough on the crew and equipment, but selecting the right lighting gear helps ease the bumps and potholes of life on the road. Read More...

Long Reach Long Riders Complete Charity Motorcycle Ride

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• August 11, 2009
DAHLONEGA, GA — The Long Reach Long Riders completed their sixth-annual charity motorcycle ride, covering close to 2,500 miles and raising over $42,000 for the ESTA Foundation’s Behind the Scenes program and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. The combined LRLR total raised since the first ride in 2004 has now exceeded $200,000. Read More...

Elation Names Intellimix Canadian Distributor

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• August 7, 2009
MONTREAL — Elation Professional has appointed Intellimix Corporation as its exclusive Canadian distributor. Under the agreement, Intellimix will distribute Elation’s professional lighting and control products to dealers, lighting installers, designers, rental houses and architectural clients throughout Canada. Read More...

Broadcast Pix Names New Operations Director, Support Manager

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• August 7, 2009
BILLERICA, MA — Broadcast Pix has promoted Lisa Trabucco to serve as director of operations and human resources and has also hired Bob Poucel as support manager. Trabucco and Poucel will work out the Broadcast Pix main office based outside of Boston. Read More...

Steven Tyler Falls from Stage After Audio Disruption

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• August 6, 2009
STURGIS, SD — Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, 61, fell off the stage at the Buffalo Chip Campground Aug. 5 and was taken to the hospital to treat injuries to his head, neck and shoulders, according to news reports. Read More...

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