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Just for Men Commercial - Seeking M/F's Caucasian & African-American, 35-65 yrs.old, $2,500 for men & $1,500 for women.
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New York Fashion Week shows, $800+. The Fashion Model Division of CI is currently screening runway models to cast in New York Fashion Week, Feb 2006.
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Casting the Columbia Pictures feature film Rocky Balboa (Rocky 6). SEEKING: Interesting character faces, 18+, male and female, all ethnicities, for feature roles and extra work.
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Success in this industry has a lot to do with the connections you make. That?s true even for the big names in the industry. This week we?re bringing you the latest news on how industry leaders like MTV, Irene Marie Management, Pulse Management, Elite as well as the acting union AFTRA and the Creative Coalition are teaming up, keeping you up to date on the latest industry shifts.


Modeling Industry News:

Elite Model Management, the industry's top modeling agency has announced its partnership with Pulse Management. Pulse founder Stacey Eastman will be the exclusive representative for Elite North America. Eastman will focus on scouting new faces for Elite, and will bring his over twenty years of experience at Pulse, along with his reputation for finding unique and stunning new faces.

One of South Beach's top modeling agencies, Irene Marie, has teamed up with MTV to launch a new reality series "8th & Ocean". The series will follow the lives of 10 Irene Marie models and actors as they go on casting calls and photoshoots, striving to get ahead in the industry. The 10 models (four male and six female) will live in an oceanfront apartment, which is sure to make for some dramatic moments. The show will air in 2006.



Acting Industry News:

The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) and the Creative Coalition have come together to stand against proposed legislation in the U.S. on broadcast indecency. They (AFTRA and the Creative Coalition) are stating that the legislation would limit the freedom of expression and allow for fines on all performers.

Tom Carpenter, AFTRA's general counsel and legislative-affairs director, and actor Joe Pantoliano, co-president of the Creative Coalition, along with other entertainment industry leaders, joined to address the Senate Committee in Washington, D.C.

In the proposed legislation the Federal Communications Commission could fine individuals up to $500,000 for speech or actions deemed indecent.

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