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Pop Con LA, The Popular Culture Convention Launches in 2012
The 1st Annual Pop Con LA will be about 'All Things Popular Culture', and open to the public and ardent fans of each area: Movies, Art, Fashion, Design, Comic Books, Dance, Music & much, much more...!
ITVfest, The International Television Festival, is pleased to announce a move to downtown LA in 2012, signing a lease at the LA Convention Center for this year’s events & screening.
Also being announced, the owners of ITVfest will launch and be hosting the 1st Annual 'Pop Con LA', the Popular Culture Convention, which will run concurrently as ITVfest in the same venue. The combined ITVfest & PopConLA events will run from July 5-8, 2012.
PopConLA was designed & created to be about ‘All Things Popular Culture’, and so will incorporate elements of: Art, Fashion, Design, Celebrity, Comic Books, Music & more.
The International Television Festival is the premiere festival in the world for independently produced TV pilots, Web Series and Digital Features, in both live-action and animated mediums.
“We are pleased to be making two major moves in 2012, launching PopConLA, and bringing both PopCon & ITVfest to downtown LA,” said Co-Executive Director, Ken Nicholas. He continued, “To that end, we will also be calling on Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’
Co-Executive Director, Frank Zanca, said, "We're excited to feature several pop culture celebrities including: Billy Dee Williams (Star Wars), Michael Biehn (Terminator)
For more information about Press, Media, Exhibits or Booths at the convention, contact us at – email@example.com
Visions Media, a Florida-based company, is the managing firm that controls ownership of ITVfest, having acquired rights in 2010.
Visions Media: A new media company co-owned by Frank Zanca and Ken Nicholas. Frank is a writer/producer and author of three novels and myriad screenplays. He is also the co-founder of the online TV network: www.StayTunedTV.net. Ken Nicholas has led a number of pioneering Sales efforts in his career, including Social Media and Online Video. He writes an industry blog – MindOnMediaSales.com - and has been an instructor at SAG Conservatory, and WebTVWorkshop in Hollywood.