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Vice President of Strategic Sales and Branding

RODNEY ALLEN RIPPY

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Head of Music and Creative Director

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Head of Development/COO

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Ron Harrison

Vice President of Strategic Sales and Branding

Ron Harrison is a veteran in domestic and international television and film production and has extensive experience in selling television programming for prime time and prime access syndication as a sales executive and general manager with Glendale Studios and Gas Money Pictures. He has developed revenue streams in all areas of major television network sales and national syndication of first run game shows like the iconic Tic-Tac Dough, Jokers Wild and Sale of the Century franchises. His skills of using technological sales research advances coupled with the top creative team of Writers, Producers, Cinematographers, Editors in Hollywood make him to be an essential asset. This hands-on experience includes success in major television network programming sales, first run national Television programming syndication sales, off network Television programming sales, top 150 Television Domestic ADI markets, independent and sports Television commercial sales, national Television and film sound stage and post production sales, national infomercial production, product-package development, major national high value barter product media placement and merchandise promotion for national and international clients.

His position at the studio is a tremendous opportunity to bring his long time relationships and contacts with major studios, major networks streaming platforms, production companies such as NBC Universal, CBS Network, ABC Network, Netflix, Apple TV, Paramount, Warner Brothers, Disney, Sony, Amazon, HBO MAX, NBC’s Peacock, Facebook Streaming, Hulu Streaming, and all programming content and media platforms. With his successful track record of cutting edge creative sales in securing strategic partnerships and elevating strong sales platforms.

RODNEY ALLEN RIPPY

Unit Production Manager

Rodney Allen Rippy as you know has had an amazing career since the age of 3 1/2 dating back to his Jack In The Box commercial campaign. Rodney was their spokesman for more than 14 years. The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences gave Mr. Rippy an award for having one of the greatest commercials in the past 50 years!

Rodney Allen Rippy – Wikipedia

Rodney still holds the record for being the youngest person to ever have a song to reach the Billboard Charts. Take Life A little Easier on Bell Records.

Rodney’s song was so popular that Sonny & Cher sang his song on their show. 

Rodney also has collectable items like The Rodney Allen Rippy Doll that was produced by Mattel Toys under a project called Shindana Toys -Operation Bootstrap. 

Rodney is Co-Executive Producer of the Country Soul Music Awards. This new award show will honor great country soul artists like Ronnie Milsap, The Late Ray Charles, The Late Charlie Pride and many other greats. Targeted for 2022

Rodney has been working on this project with his long time friend Marvin Spruill 

Currently, Rodney is the Studio Unit Manager for 2526 Studios, located in Burbank California in the heart of the Media District.

Printz Board

HEAD OF MUSIC AND CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Timeless music supersedes genres, borders, and eras. The impact and influence of two-time GRAMMY® Award-winning artist, songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and Parker Lane founder Printz Board reverberates worldwide. Since launching his career in 1997, the consummate musician has penned, produced, and powered smash hits in nearly every corner of the globe, lending his talents to collaborators ranging from the Obama Family to John Legend. With an ever-expanding and enduring catalog, he continues to deliver dynamic and definitive anthems by following an internal sonic wanderlust.  

“When I’m writing, I remain receptive to where the universe is guiding me,” he explains. “Being open is the biggest thing for me. I always want to identify something different and open up a new valve.”  

That’s a common thread throughout his illustrious career as well. Born in Ohio, Printz immediately gravitated to music, listening intently to everything that piped through his mom’s car stereo. He often sat for hours with headphones on, played organ, and learned rudimentary beatcraft at a young age. At 10-years-old, he picked up the trumpet. Rocking a “25-dollar trumpet with tissue stuffed in the third valve,” he went on to win numerous local competitions and “play anywhere and everywhere possible.” Upon his family’s move to Southern California, the budding talent entrenched himself within the Los Angeles scene.   

Shortly after high school, one of his early compositions made its way to Snoop Dogg who asked for the record, but Printz recognized greater potential. “I thought if Snoop wanted my song, it must be a hit, and I’d rather have it for myself,” he grins.  

Over the course of the next two decades, he emerged as one of the industry’s most sought-after creative forces. The recipient of two GRAMMY® Awards and two BMI Songwriter Awards, his co-writing and production credits span Black Eyed Peas’ “Where Is The Love?,” “My Humps”, and “Meet Me Halfway” as well as compositions for Mark Ronson, Selena Gomez, Michael Jackson and many more. Not to mention, he Musical Directed Rockin’ 1000’s performance with Andra Day in 2019. He has also musical directed with the likes of BEP,  Cee Lo Green and Macy Gray, and performed on hallowed stages across the globe, including Royal Albert Hall in London.   

Fully going global, he left his mark Down Under. In New Zealand, he achieved a prestigious TUI Award—the Australian equivalent of a GRAMMY®—for “selling the most singles in a year” for “Feel Inside And Stuff” from Flight of The Conchords. Additionally, he hit the studio with Six60 as producer. The band’s ensuing 2015 self-titled album, Six60, would conquer charts across the continent as each track exceeded 100-million streams and counting, while selling out audiences of 60,000. Heading to another side of the world, he helmed production for Iceland’s preeminent band, STÜDMENN, empowering the group to maximize the potential of their “Polar Bear” style sung exclusively Icelandic. Plus, he’s producing music for Barbadian sensation Betty B.  

During 2017, he joined forces with the Obama Family and the Chicago Sun to score a PSA entitled 31 Bullets: A Chicago Sun-Times Campaign to End Gun Violence. The piece notably garnered 16 award nods at Advertising Week of the Cannes Film Festival and took home two Lions Awards. Hyundai luxury brand Genesis enlisted him as Music Director in 2016, and he composed the soundtrack for six high-profile commercials watched by millions during Monday Night Football and the NFL Playoffs, as well as being the face of the brand in a Global commercial. He regularly expands his musical arsenal, playing eight instruments including ukulele now. As a true entrepreneur, he owns and operates two Los Angeles area restaurants. 

 In 2018, he launched critically acclaimed independent folk/soul band Parker Lane. While tracks like “3AM” and “Speechless” lit up streaming services and radio, the group performed innovative shows on rooftops and in art galleries. Widespread acclaim quickly came courtesy of Hollywood Life, The Daily Country, MXDWN, All Access, Vents, MLB.com, and more.  

 With an evolving creative palette, the project remains extremely close to his heart. 

 “There’s an artistic freedom that comes along with Parker Lane,” he explains. “It’s a space for me to really push myself.” 

 In 2019, Board was back in the #1 spot with a record on BTS, and also penned a new album for Parker Lane with the help of Ryan Hadlock (Lumineers, Vance Joy, etc).

 With the world shutting down in 2020, Printz didn’t. He found his way into writing what is now a critically acclaimed TV show – “Flimsy”. It has garnered a multitude  of Laurels from around the globe. 

He never stops pushing himself though. Printz will star in a forthcoming television show and hosts a weekly “Jazz Night” at West Hollywood hotspot Delilah, and a funk night called Funky Mama. At the same time, he has more timeless music on the horizon and will for a long time to come. Not to mention, he has a #1 selling album, and song, RIGHT NOW, with BTS.

Jason Sordia

Head of Development/COO

Jason Sordia is a producer based in Los Angeles, CA and is the CEO and Founder of Resilient Pictures and Entertainment. Jason started producing films in the Art of Visual Storytelling taught by USC professor Miles Watkins. The first film he produced, Battle Scars, won the Audience Choice award at the GI Film festival. He co-produced the full length feature film, Hollywood I’m Sorry, and is currently has 3 television shows and 3 feature films in development and is in post-production for the thriller feature film, Boogey-Man. He has completed the prestigious Act One Producer and Entertainment Executive Program.

Jason is also the brand ambassador for the We the Project (WTP), a new online entertainment platform for filmmakers to make their projects come to life. In his spare time, Jason has been creating a youth advocate program named “D.A.W.G”- Doing Away with Gangs. This program will work with juvenile kids to become filmmakers by helping then turn their aggression and passions into the artwork of films. Jason is also in talks to work with the organization Single Moms Planet, which helps mentor kids living with a single mother and providing them with a helping hand.

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