SOURCE: ReelTime Rentals, Inc

ReelTime Partners Welcomes Multiple Emmy and Peabody Award Winning Producers

ReelTime Rentals, Inc. (OTC Pink: RLTR) welcomes multiple Emmy and Peabody award winning producers and editor Jackson Nguyen and Todd Crites of Turn Left Productions. They will head production and development of all video and television projects.

 

Reeltime CEO James Hodge commented, "The addition of Jackson and Todd to ReelTime Partners is the perfect base for us to expand our business. The experience and professionalism that they bring to the table has catapulted us square in the middle of multiple opportunities and revenue streams."

 

About ReelTime: ReelTime Partners www.reeltime.com is in the business of identifying and monetizing individuals and companies who have been thrust into the public eye through the media. This awareness may come as a result of being featured on a TV show, newsworthy event, or viral social media exposure. Most individuals and companies are not prepared to monetize such exposure and often times find the exposure passes without having used it to their advantage. ReelTime through its partners is uniquely positioned to capitalize on the exposure and to maximize the benefits. Maximizing the opportunity may be achieved via merchandising, leveraging exposure into relationships, creating and marketing new revenue streams for existing products, and launching new products. ReelTime also helps increase the exposure that its partners receive and aid in the shaping of its image.

 

About Turn Left: Turn Left Productions www.turnleftproductions.com is the production company led by Jackson Nguyen and Todd Crites.

 

Jackson Nguyen is a multiple Emmy-winning and nominated producer/director specializing in documentary television with a vast experience in the diverse world of sports. He has worked with and documented some of the most influential athletes on the planet from Floyd Mayweather, Manny Pacquiao, Jimmie Johnson, Alex Ovechkin, Michael Vick, Chuck Liddell, Tito Ortiz, BJ Penn, Anderson Silva, and Jon Jones. Jackson has also covered top gymnast and figure skaters from the past several Olympics such as, Michelle Kwan, Shawn Johnson, Nastia Liukin, and Sasha Cohen. From short features viewed by over 30 million people to groundbreaking documentary/reality programs seen the world over, his work speaks for itself.

 

Todd Crites is an award-winning editor/director specializing in documentary and sports television. A creator and visionary artist by nature, Todd is a pure storyteller at heart. The ability to efficiently and effectively add style to substance is a deep-seated approach to every project he encounters. A director/shooter during production to a producer/editor in the bay, Todd is a creative force. With over 18 years of editing network broadcast television, Todd has honed his craft across multiple genres of media from music videos to documentaries. From the Kentucky Derby to a film on Michael Jordan, Todd has a keen eye for affecting content and a unique ability to bring that content to life. Todd has been working at the highest levels of the broadcast industry, including being one of the lead editors for gymnastics and figure skating over six Olympics for NBC. He has edited 13 episodes of "Beyond the Glory", a multiple Emmy nominated sports documentary series for Fox, including a critically acclaimed episode on Mike Tyson. In addition Todd received a Peabody award for his for his feature on Michael Jordan's baseball career which was one of the highest rated of the 30 for 30 series on ESPN. Todd also is credited with cutting the first ever sports film to be released theatrically in 3D "XGames 3D, the Movie" for Disney Studios. Todd has extensive experience cutting top rated shows. WEtv's series "The Locator," BET's "American Gangster," and A&E's "Peacemaker" among them. Todd also edited and co-produced RED BULLS's Signature Series airing on NBC. Todd has a vision and eye for innovative television.

 

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Contact:
James Hodge
www.reeltime.com
(352) 573-6130

 

 

SOURCE: ReelTime Rentals, Inc.