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Building the world’s first crowdfunded Hollywood Studio!
Today we chat with Jeff Annison…Legion M is the world’s first FAN-OWNED entertainment company. Fans fund the content, fans go behind the scenes, and fans share the rewards!
Emmy Winner, Founder/CEO New York Rock Exchange, Cofounder and VP Product Development MobiTV, toy designer, theme park engineer, amateur auto racer
Legion M will be the world’s first FAN-OWNED entertainment company. FANS own the company, FANS get behind the scenes, and when Legion M is successful—FANS share the rewards! Legion M co-founders Paul Scanlan and Jeff Annison are the Emmy winning team who co-founded MobiTV, the pioneer and market leader in over the top and multiscreen platforms and content monetization, as well as the New York Rock Exchange which brought Fans and the musical artists they love together in partnership.
Legion M’s mission is to empower creators to push the boundaries, and empower Fans to be a part of the content they love.
Emmy Winner, Cofounder/President MobiTV, Cofounder/Board Member New York Rock Exchange, Passionate Digital Media Entrepreneur, 500+ jobs created, $140M+ venture capital raised, 2011 Forbes “Names You Need to Know”
We Chat About:
•What is Legion M?
•Where did the idea come from?
•How do you make money?
•How are you planning on sourcing projects?
•How is this different from Kickstarter and the like?
•When do you plan to announce your first project?
It can take a long time – and a lot of red tape – to get a project made in the entertainment business. Legion M is aiming to change that, as the first fan-owned studio, putting the power back in the hands of the consumer. Founders Jeff Annison and Paul Scanlan spoke recently to LA Fan Cultures Examiner about the idea behind Legion M and what’s going to make them consider this bold, exciting new venture a success