Hope all is well! It's hard to believe that nearly a year has gone by since Pitch Party 2008!

I would like to extend a special invitation for you and your students to join Animation Magazine's 8th Annual Pitch Party. This is a great opportunity to get your students' work published and is great exposure for your program.

Each 1/6 page, full-color entry will be seen by our high-powered toon judges and industry professionals! (Development execs and creative teams from Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, Nelvana, PBS, BBC, Scholastic, Disney, Warner Bros. Animation and The Gotham Group have participated in previous years.)

Pitch Party Ad

Pitch Party ads will appear in the August issue, which will be distributed to subscribers, newsstands and at Comic-Con in San Diego. In addition, entries will appear online at www.animationmagazine.net and be judged by our readers and our staff. The winner will get to pitch their idea to the judge of his or her choice, editorial coverage in the August edition and their Pitch Party ad will be FREE! For more information, you can go to the following link: www.animationmagazine.net/pitch_party_09.html

Standard price for the Pitch Party is $375. Animation Magazine is offering your students a $50 discount. We challenge your school to match this by subsidizing $50 toward your student's entry fee. That will bring the student Pitch Party price to a more affordable cost of $275. In addition, have six students reserve space and your school logo will appear on the page.
As an added bonus, we are offering a button banner for your school on our daily e-newsletter for one week (A $250 value)!

Homework Assignment – Reserve your space today.

Get your pitch party ad to Animation Magazine by noon June 10, 2009
Dimensions are: 2.25" x 4.875"

Please contact me with any questions; I look forward to hearing from you.

Warm regards,
Sheri Shelton
Animation Magazine
Phone: 818-991-2884 Ext. 104
Fax: 818-991-3773
E mail: [email protected]

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