Ted Geier , President and CEO

Ted founded CineMuse in 1996. Prior to CineMuse, Ted founded Cause Effective, a leading national special events consulting firm. During his tenure at Cause Effective, Ted produced seven annual New York Festivals, 600 special events and wrote three books. In 2004, together with his wife Sofia, Ted founded the Love Hallie Foundation in memory of their daughter. The Foundation encourages youth philanthropy around the world. As president of CineMuse, Ted develops strategic alliances, secures investment and financing, and defines long-term goals for the company.





Nick Dager, Director of Business Development

Nick is the Editor and Publisher of Digital Cinema Report, an on-line service. Nick founded the Report four years ago to present the most timely and objective information about how digital technologies are changing the world in production and exhibition. Nick develops new opportunities for CineMuse in digital cinema as well as the myriad of other content delivery methods being introduced every day.


Barry Minnerly, Technical Supervisor

Barry's hi-def production and post-production experience has taken him to location shoots on six continents. Barry has been involved in producing more than 50 of the programs in the CineMuse Library and has served as hi-def supervisor on many well-known network television series. Barry is responsible for keeping CineMuse on the cutting edge of HD technology, and advising CineMuse clients on technical implementation.


J. Piscioneri, Multimedia Director

J. has been involved in marketing and technology for CineMuse since 2001. J. was also a founder of Cause Effective with Ted Geier and served as its Associate Executive Director. In 1997, he founded New Mode Communications, Inc. a Seattle-based company that specializes in database application development and Web-based multimedia. J. manages the CineMuse website and consults on all aspects of multimedia applications for sales and marketing.


Pierre Poirier, CineMuse Network Coordinator

Pierre came to CineMuse after coordinating international sales and distribution at Cookie Jar Entertainment, producer and distributor of the award winning children's series Arthur, Caillou and Zoboomafoo. Pierre manages the CineMuse Library and coordinates services for CineMuse Network members.




Capitol Broadcasting Company (CBC) 
North Carolina-based CBC owns and manages WRAL-TV in Raleigh,
North America's first high-definition broadcaster, as well as other television and radio stations, a news network, Microspace Communications and two baseball teams. CBC and CineMuse are developing productions and a digital cinema initiative. CineMuse is also the exclusive representative of Capitol's high-definition library.


Praxis Media
Praxis is a mul
timedia production and design house and an equity investor in CineMuse. Its affiliate companies, Palace Production Center and Rabbit Ears are actively involved in many CineMuse productions, providing both production and promotion services.


Tribeca Entertainment
Robert De Niro's Tribeca Entertainment is an equity investor in CineMuse. Tribeca Entertainment's many successful ventures include production of major motion picture blockbusters, the annual Tribeca Film Festival, and the creation and operation of the
Tribeca Film Center.




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