Interact-TV, Inc. – (OTC PINKS: ITVI)
Corporate Officers and Directors
Director, President, Secretary and Treasurer: Robert Bryan
Artist, musician, investment banker for over 15 years, Robert is the perfect person to head a multi media creative company such as Interact-TV. Robert has been involved in numerous Entertainment companies going public, for example, Stan Lee’s Pow! Entertainment (POWN) and Diverse Media Group (DVME).
Director, Director of Investments: Alan Brown
Alan is our newest officer and director and is charged with the task of financing the expansion of Interact-TV’s business plan. Alan has had an illustrious career in the production, directing, and financing of films.
After attending Seattle University, Alan Brown began his career in the entertainment industry working in various low-level production positions.
In 1986, he joined Joseph E. Levine Presents as a story editor. Upon the passing of Joseph Levine, Alan became President of Production. His job duties ranged from supervising the overall production of feature films, debt structuring, and the worldwide rights sales of such films as And Now My Love and A Bridge Too Far to the producing and story editing of Thunder Born. He also supervised and managed both the assets and debts of the Levine film library on behalf of the Estate and Citibank.
In 1990, Alan was the executive producer of the Year of the Comet for Castlerock Entertainment/Columbia Pictures; and in 1991, he was contracted to produce Sea Kings for Universal Studios, starring Sean Connery. Both screenplays were written by William Goldman.
From 1993 to 1995, while serving on the Board of Directors of National Video Industries, a Production/Post Production facility in New York, Alan also directed and edited the story and film, Three Golden Keys for Marly Rusoff at Double Day.
In 1995, he was contracted to produce Pat Conroy’s Beach Music with Alan Ladd Jr. for Paramount Pictures.
From 1999 to 2000, Alan served as a consultant to the Board of Directors of Digital Animations Group, Inc., a publically held company in Glasgow, Scotland.
Between 2001 and 2003, Alan was under contract to a European film fund. He had the responsibility of identifying, structuring the financing, and negotiating long-term distribution contracts with the studios. His job also included distribution, and general entertainment consulting duties (identifying and packaging scripts, directors and talent).
In 2007, under his own company banner, Mr. Brown arranged the funding for a foreign film fund, and coordinated the bridge and outside independent financing for their clients.
Prior to joining ITVI, Mr. Brown worked and continues to work as a story editor for both novels and screenplays. He also lectured on screenplay writing, novel writing, and film finance. Most recently in April 2010, he lectured at the Unicorn Writers’ Conference, in Stratford, Connecticut.
Director: John E. McConnaughy Jr.
Mr. McConnaughy founded JEMC Corporation as his personal holding company in 1985 and has been its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer since 1988. Prior to that, from 1969 to February 1986, Mr. McConnaughy was Chairman and CEO of Peabody International Corp., an environmental products and services firm.
Mr. McConnaughy was also the Chairman and CEO of GEO International Corp. when it was spun on from Peabody in 1981, until October of 1992. Prior to joining Peabody in 1969, Mr. McConnaughy served as Vice President of European Consumer Products with the Singer Company, responsible for operations in 16 countries.
Mr. McConnaughy currently serves on the boards of Aina Le ’a LLC, Anoteros, Inc., Wave Systems Corp., Arrow Resources Development Inc. and one private company, Kinetitec.
Mr. McConnaughy has been a director of over 15 other public and private companies, including Oxygene, Inc., Varsity Brands, Inc., Texstar Corporation, MAI Corporation, Pets Choice Ltd., Akzona Corp., First Bank Corp. (New Haven), Transact International, Inc., and RateXchange, who changed their name to MCF Corporation, Fortune Natural Resources Corporation, Allis Chalmers Energy Inc. and Levcor International Inc.
Mr. McConnaughy also served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the StrangCancerPreventionCenterand he is Chairman of the HarlemSchoolof the Arts. He is currently Chairman Emeritus of the latter.
A graduate of DenisonUniversity with a B.A. in Economics, Mr. McConnaughy earned his M.B.A. in Marketing and Finance at Harvard’s Graduate School of Business Administration.
Director: Steven Medley
Steve, 28, is the trustee of SM CA Trust a family trust which is the majority shareholder of ITVI’s control stock (Preferred Stock, Series A) and includes Dead Sara members Siouxsie Medley and Emily Armstrong as beneficial owners of SM CA Trust.
Steve has been involved in the family business of investment banking since the age of eighteen. An experienced trader and trust administrator, Steve, has widened his footprint into the areas of international banking and fund raising.