Famous Frames gets personal with reporters

LOS ANGELES: Famous Frames, the talent agency representing storyboard and computer artists, got creative with its pitches to reporters, creating personalized, animated pitches to announce the beta launch of Famous Frames Mobile Interactive (FFMI), the company's digital new media studio. In the pitch, an animated Don Corleone tells reporters, "The future is here, so you better listen carefully 'cause I'm gonna make you an offer you can't refuse. Famous Frames Mobile Interactive, FFMI, is launching." He then goes on to answer his cell phone that is buzzing with FFMI content.

LOS ANGELES: Famous Frames, the talent agency representing storyboard and computer artists, got creative with its pitches to reporters, creating personalized, animated pitches to announce the beta launch of Famous Frames Mobile Interactive (FFMI), the company's digital new media studio. In the pitch, an animated Don Corleone tells reporters, "The future is here, so you better listen carefully 'cause I'm gonna make you an offer you can't refuse. Famous Frames Mobile Interactive, FFMI, is launching." He then goes on to answer his cell phone that is buzzing with FFMI content.

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