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North Jersey Meeting: JAMIE XV Show and Tell

April 7, 2003

MCA-I North Jersey presents:

Tuesday, April 15 at 6:30 at Sony Electronics
(RSVP now and reserve the date – get your taxes done early and be there!)

For each of the past 15 years, MCA-I’s North Jersey and Princeton chapters present The JAMIEs – Jersey AJamie Awardwards for Media Innovation and Excellence. And each year, after the event, MCA-I North Jersey presents the “Show and Tell,” where selected winners present and discuss longer portions of the programs that won the prizes.

This very popular and well-attended chapter meeting gives you an opportunity to ask questions, learn the “story behind the story,” find out the who – and why – of decision-making, and see what it takes to put one of those beautiful green marble JAMIE obelisks in your own trophy cabinet!

The event will be at SONY’s headquarters, 1 Sony Drive, Park Ridge, NJ. Food and beverages will be provided courtesy of Sony. Directions are below.

PLEASE RSVP FOR THIS EVENT BY MONDAY, APRIL 14. This has been requested by Sony security. Please e-mail your RSVP to (preferred method) or by telephone to Chapter VP Andy Wander at 201-365-0865. As always, admission for all MCA-I members is free; for visitors, only $10.00.


Dave Hall, Davideo Multimedia: “Camera Command: Harnessing the Potential of your Video Camera,”
GOLD, Training, Under $30,000.
Dave, a producer and videographer with many years of experience, developed this program with his partner-in-creativity, Dan Strickler, who will be actively marketing it in the near future. See longer portions of this labor of love and find out how creativity triumphed over budget – and brought home a well-deserved surprise gold JAMIE.

Dennis Chominsky, PFS Marketwyse: “Promotional CDs: Harry Walker Agency,”
SILVER, Multimedia, $30,000 and under
“Lead Poisioning – Caucus NJ,”
SILVER, Broadcast & Cable, $30,000 and under
Dennis is President of PFS Marketwyse, an integrated advertising, marketing, and communications agency. He will present his “Harry Walker” project, an ongoing series of promotional CD-ROMs featuring high profile global leaders such as Steve Forbes, Mario Cuomo, William Bennett, and Former Prime Minister of Isreal Ehud Barak. Dennis will describe the project from concept to completion and all the steps it took to launch this campaign presentation. Topics range from producing the video segments for such high profile speakers to programming challenges for interactive media.

Robb Kushner, Kushner Productions: “Meet Mr. Nose”
BRONZE, Editing
Created to introduce the concept of a new TV show for children (approximately ages 8-14), the show stars “Mr. Nose,” a master potter who conveys his sense of fun and interest in the world of animals to the kids he teaches. As editor, Robb had a free hand in developing the program from a rough set of guidelines; he also selected the music. Robb’s background is in systems development along with training and education. He been shooting and editing digital video part-time for two years with the goal of making it a full-time career. “I love developing content that is fun for the viewer and conveys my own enthusiasm for the subject,” says Robb.

LOCATION: SONY Corporate Headquarters, 1 Sony Drive, Park Ridge, NJ.

DIRECTIONS: The most direct route from the south is the Garden State Parkway northbound. Sony is at Exit 172, Montvale/Park Ridge/W. Grand Avenue, the last exit in NJ. Continued below You can also come north on I-287 or Route 17 in New Jersey, and follow I-287 on to the New York State Thruway (which is also I-87) East/South ; or come north on the Palisades Parkway and take the Thruway West/North. Go to Exit 14-A, Garden State Parkway. Just past the NJ state line is a rest area (about 3 miles south of the Thruway). Make a U-turn through the rest area and take the Parkway north one exit to Exit 172, Montvale/Park Ridge/W. Grand Avenue, the last exit in NJ. (Be aware: the exit ramp is very soon after you enter the Parkway.)

FROM EXIT 172: Turn RIGHT off the exit ramp on West Grand Avenue and go 2/10 mile. Turn RIGHT at the first traffic light on Mercedes Drive (Mercedes Benz headquarters is on your right) and go 4/10 mile to a “T” intersection. Turn RIGHT on Van Riper Drive, which curves a couple of times and becomes Sony Drive. The Sony campus is straight ahead. The Sony building is on the left; the visitors’ parking lot is on the right.. Walk across the main causeway and check in with security.


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