Porter Pictures Opens Its Vision to the Network

Porter Pictures, the leading producer's services agency in Beverly Hills, announces the launch of True Indie TV, through its partnership with Open Vision Networks.

Beverly Hills, CA, March 29, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Porter Pictures, a producers servicing house which specializes in producer representation, film financing, and distribution buys into Open Vision Networks. President of Porter Pictures Jeff Porter recently inked a deal with Open Vision Networks. Open Vision is a complete Broadcast Communications Company that has created the world’s first Virtual Mainstream International Cable Network. Through their Broadband Technology they deliver Free Scheduled, On Demand, Live stream and Pay-per-View Programming.

“What we have created is the most Intelligent Broadcast Technology to date,” says one of the Founders of ‘Open Vision’.”

This deal is intended to give the independent producers around the world the first voice on this global platform, through their own network – launching April 4, 2014 – True Indie TV (www.trueindietv.com) True Indie will be showcasing the best in festival and independent film in all and every genre – from horror to comedy, from drama to documentary - plus music videos, sports programming, hip reality and variety/interview shows with comics and musicians.

Jeff Porter the President of Porter Pictures states:
“I have to give credit to the great mind of Harold Whaley (Vice-president of ABA) for initiating this great merger, and with the ad share deal we agreed upon with Open Vision. Through Porter Pictures independent producers from all over world will be able to earn a fair percentage of ad share revenue from the global display of their own content. “This is something the independent film world has been waiting for and my team and I are already planning some special things to come!”

For more information on Porter Pictures or the Open Vision Networks Platform, please visit: www.porterpictures.com & www.trueindietv.com

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