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indieWIRE (October 1, 2008):

Last year, Sundance partnered with Nevada-based new media aggregator Mediastile to make the festival’s short film selection available for purchase on iTunes, and this year, organizers added Xbox and Netflix to the package, requiring filmmakers to enter into an exclusive deal with Mediastile, which aggregated the films for the digital platforms on Sundance’s behalf. However, after the company repeatedly failed to deliver royalty payments and traffic reports to filmmakers from the past two years of the online festival on a timely basis, Sundance finally gave up…

The situation leaves countless filmmakers with an unclear idea of the payments owed to them by Mediastile, a company currently whittled down to a single elusive employee. That employee, identified as Mediastile president Jason Turner, failed to return calls for this article and evaded similar requests from filmmakers and other interested parties over the last several months…


New York Times (July 13, 2011):

Mr. Turner would not comment on how the re-launching of the magazine would be financed or who would edit it…


From Jason Turner’s LinkedIn profile:

As Chairman and CEO of Creem Enterprises, I’m tasked with developing and overseeing the implementation of the company’s vision, roadmap, as well as developing key relationships for it’s new multi-platform music network. Creem Enterprises, Inc. is re-launching the iconic music brand CREEM as a new multi-platform music network. CREEM MAGAZINE: “America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine” was founded in 1969 and published until 1988 and has been corrupting teenage minds with music for years.

CREEM is being relaunched as a music video network, online magazine, limited print, television programming, lifestyle, and apparel – all geared to give great music experiences with its core being the discovery of new music through curated programming.

A network by and for fanatics of music.


Previously:

Creem Magazine Plans a Return… To Print?




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