TPT Global Tech (OTCQB: TPTW) announced today it recently completed the acquisition of Blue Collar Productions www.bluecollar.com, a creative content and video production company located in Los Angeles, California. In collaboration with leading agencies, brands, startups, non-profits and entertainment companies, Blue Collar tells stories that inspire and engage audiences. Blue Collar has produced Documentary, Original Content, Creative Content and Trailer & TV spot production work for Jumanji, Arrow, Robocop, Hotel Transylvania 3, Looking for Alaska, Women in Fashion: 100 years of Design, Goodfellas, Empire, Outlander, Ray Donovan, Scooby Doo and Birdman, to name a few.
Blue Collar’s team of producers, writers, editors and graphic designers help brands connect with consumers, secure investors and strengthen employee engagement by providing high-quality content for traditional and social media channels. From short-form digital to feature-length documentaries, Blue Collar crafts stories that maximize impact and deliver results.
From script to delivery, Blue Collar’s creative team of writers, producers, editors and designers work closely with their clients to deliver custom media solutions that best fit their needs. Featuring A-list celebrities, C-Suite executives, thought leaders and industry experts, Blue Collar has produced thousands of hours of content that have been used for Entertainment, Marketing, Investor Relations, Corporate Communications, Employee Training, Trade Shows, Product Launches and more. In addition, Their producers possess the unique ability to tell impactful stories that engage audiences while managing projects in a cost-effective and timely manner.
Located on ‘The Lot’ studios in West Hollywood, BCP houses an extensive post-production facility, motion graphics design team and interactive division, with access to sound stages, green screens and a wide array of production resources. In addition, the company provides field and studio production services globally to provide worldwide, cost-effective solutions.
“The acquisition of Blue Collar continues our commitment to building a sound Media division for TPT Global Tech and it positions the company to produce quality entertainment and content to be delivered across our different media and mobile broadcast platforms domestically and internationally” said Stephen Thomas CEO TPT Global Tech.
Mark Rowen, the CEO of Blue Collar and Director of Media for TPT Global Tech, is a seasoned executive with over 25 years in the film and television business. Prior to starting Blue Collar Productions, Mr. Rowen functioned as the head of home entertainment production for DreamWorks SKG from 1997 to 2000. He also serves as the President of Long Leash Entertainment, an aggregator of entertainment based intellectual property and creator of high-end entertainment content.
“I am pleased to continue to work with Stephen and TPT Global Tech to bring the TPT vision to life by overseeing the creation of engaging content on a worldwide basis delivered via the latest technology solutions,” said Rowen.
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