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Greg Fox

Greg is an Emmy Award winning entertainment veteran with over 21 years of experience both as talent and behind the scenes.

For over ten years Greg developed, produced and directed literally hundreds of shows, projects and television specials for The Walt Disney Company, as well as working on contract for E! Entertainment Television, ABC, Dick Clark Productions, WCW (World Championship Wrestling) and Turner Broadcasting.

In May of 2000 Fox launched Dailyconfession.com, an entertainment based web site that within six months became the largest online “confessional” receiving over thirty million hits per month. In May of 2002, Fox signed a television development deal with Evolution Film and Tape, the producers of “Fear Factor” and “Big Brother”, to produce a TV show based on Dailyconfession.com.

Greg’s long list of credits include an Emmy for best documentary for “Flashback” starring KC and the Sunshine Band and John Kay & Steppenwolf.  Greg was instrumental in the production of StandUp – Sitdown Comedy and The Gossip Show on E!, as well as numerous projects for clients such as MCA/Universal Pictures, The NFL, NBA, The Orlando Magic, The MLBPA, The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games, Pepsi, Toyota, Chevrolet, Squibb, The City of Orlando and The City of Philadelphia.

Greg was responsible for managing and directing the European and Unites States media corps for all pre-opening and opening events for Disneyland Paris.

At Walt Disney World Orlando, Pleasure Island – Greg was the Producer/Director who developed scope, budget and implemented shows for (8) entertainment venues including auditioning, rehearsing, costuming and ongoing show development. Greg also produced several original television shows based on Pleasure Island venues and produced and directed the nightly “New Year’s Eve” show which is the highlight of the Pleasure Island experience.

Also at Walt Disney World Orlando, in Special Events – Fox was Producer for Walt Disney Marketing driven projects and events including “The Olympic National Senior Games” opening and closing ceremonies, The return of the “Main Street Electrical Parade” and the opening events for Cirque du Soleil – La Nouba.

Soundelux Showorks – Producer of  the Batman and Police Academy Stunt Shows at the Warner Bros  Movieland Theme Park in Madrid Spain.  Greg was responsible for all aspects of this $5.6 million dollar project, including installation, casting and rehearsal. The show involved live action combat, high fall stunts, car/motorcycle stunts, gun play and pyrotechnic effects including hundreds of class “C” explosive charges and numerous “flame throwing” effects.

While working with PGI, MJM Creative Services and Triumph Entertainment – Greg was a Freelance Producer for the opening of the Gaylord Palms Orlando, “Shaq’s Mama Said Knock You Out” Events in 2005, 06 & 07, (3) Red Bull / AMA Supermoto Championship races in Dallas and Las Vegas (broadcast on the Outdoor Life Network and NBC), The 2006 Red Bull Air Race World Series in San Francisco for a live audience of 500,000+, The 2007 IAAPA Galaand the 2007 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame Ceremonies in New York.

Fox has also collaborated on live show and television projects world wide including the following:

Senior Producer: City Of Orlando Forth Of July Event With The Grucci “First Family Of Fireworks” with an attendance of 160,000

Producer: City Of Orlando "Light Up Orlando
Attendance: 120,000

Producer: Desert Shield / Desert Storm Live Television Broadcast
Audience: 162 Countries / 1.6 million US troops

Senior Producer: Senior Olympic Game Ceremonies
Attendance: 5,000 athletes, 35,000 guests

Senior Producer: Central Florida Summer Safari
Attendance: 102,000

Senior Producer: Opening Ceremonies Disneyland Paris (Euro Disney)
Attendance: 85,000

Michael Goldman

Michael has a wealth of experience in the entertainment & production business with over 18+ years as a Stage Manager, Production Manager, Technical Director and Executive Producer.

He spent almost ten of those years (1989-1998) with the Walt Disney World Company where he helped produce hundreds of shows and events including; Super Bowl XXIX’s half time show, The Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies (Twice), Grand Opening ceremonies for the Swan & Dolphin Hotel, Pleasure Island, the Yacht & Beach Club Resort and the Caribbean Beach Resort. He was also responsible for the budgeting and production of all WDW theme parties based on the films Little Mermaid, Dick Tracy, Beauty & the Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King, Pocahontas, 101 Dalmatians, Hercules and The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

Corporate business meeting productions for Disney include the State of Our World Annual Meetings, The Buena Vista Global Retail Sales Meetings, The Disney Stores World Wide Field Management Conferences, Holiday Inns International, The Variety Clubs International Conference as well as events for the USGA, PGA, NBC, ABC, ESPN, MLB, NBA and numerous other corporate clients.

From 1998 – 2004, he was an Executive Producer with PGI and was responsible for The Diplomat Hotel Grand Opening, The Juvenile Diabetes Association Grand Gala, The Florida 2012 Olympic Bid events for the Cities of Tampa and Orlando, The City of Lakeland’s Millennium Celebration for 20,000 people, all private functions for Teresa Earnhardt during The Dale Earnhardt Tribute Concert, (2) Red Bull / AMA Supermoto Championship races  in Dallas and Las Vegas (broadcast on the Outdoor Life Network) as well as events and meetings for KPMG Consulting, the American Red Cross, ISC, TMA, AFP, IIABA, BellSouth, AFCEA, and numerous others.

From May 2004 – October 2007, while Executive Producer for MJM Creative Services, he produced, technically directed or project managed a number of events including the 2004 AMA / Red Bull Supermoto National Championship race from Las Vegas and seen on OLN & NBC, the 2005 Sunoco Business Meeting & Expo, the 2005 Chevron / Texaco Dealer Meeting, concerts for Trisha Yearwood, SMASHMOUTH and Kenny G, the only stop in the USA of the 2006 Red Bull Air Race World Series in San Francisco for a live audience of 500,000 and seen on the Fox Sports Network, The WPP’ed Cream Awards from  The Museum of Modern Art in New York for WPP as well as meetings and events for Schering-Plough, Pfizer, NBA Superstar Shaquille O’ Neal and others.

His most recent production was the first ever Sports Broadcasters Hall of Fame Ceremonies in New York in December 2007 with hosts Bob Costas and Jim Nantz.

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