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Thursday, March 10, 2016
2016.03.10 Ken "Whit" Whitman's New "Production Company"
Now these videos were highlighted a bit ago, and we got word about trying to start an "Atlanta Actor's Co-Op". Well, the name got changed....something that Ken "Whit" Whitman does once in a while and it is now called Atlanta Actors Marketing.
A quick search of the Georgia Secretary of State doesn't show Ken Whitman, Whit Whitman, or any current legal business entity with the word "Actor" in it. Pretty much the standard we're used to seeing.
If any process servers manage to read this page, there are the convenient business hours listed....really?
From the page: "We shoot in 1080p with prime lenses and a boom microphone overhead. Simply put, we shoot quality. Video Auditions and Monologues are $15 per 1/2 hour. Bring a thumb drive and leave with your audition in hand!"
Now it wouldn't be fair for me to pontificate on Ken "Whit" Whitman's idea of "quality", but since he's using the equipment used to shoot the KODT:LAS, maybe we could look at that video as an example?