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Broadside Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: BRSE, formerly Emaji, Inc.) is a publicly traded company with two divisions: Entertainment, and Ventures. $BRSE 

Broadside announced the acquisition of 86.6 percent of the outstanding shares of Framepool AG (www.framepool.com), a leading distributor of stock footage with headquarters in Munich, Germany, and the Company's entrance into the $2.5 billion stock footage and photography marketplace. 
Framepool collects, selects and prepares high quality video footage from TV, movie or commercial film producers and sells licenses to its growing library of over one million clips, one of the world's largest, to its 3,500 active customers, among them the most prominent advertising agencies, broadcasters, film studios and production companies. It also provides rights clearance and indemnification services, has commenced providing production services for footage intensive documentaries and is moving into the licensing of stock photography. 

Framepool has three operating subsidiaries in the United States, the United Kingdom and France and a headcount of 19 full?time and 8 part?time employees. In addition to Munich, Framepool has staff in Los Angeles, New York, London and Paris. The company's online presence ranks in the top 60,000 websites worldwide and has nearly a million monthly page views. 
Broadside will consolidate Framepool's financials from the fourth quarter of 2016. 
The acquisition was financed through a combination of cash and non-convertible debt. As part of the transaction, Broadside has committed to providing significant additional capital to Framepool going forward. This acquisition represents the initial step towards the execution of a global growth strategy. Additional steps are currently in negotiation. 




 
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China Film Insider

 
Oscar-nominee Bruce Beresford will direct a $100 million Chinese co-production about an American air raid on Tokyo in 1942, after Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor drew the United States into World War II, the project’s producer said in Beijing on Thursday.
Plans for The Doolittle Raid—the second film on the revenge aerial bombing announced in recent months—were unveiled by American producer Tony Scotti at a news conference at the Beijing International Film Festival.
Co-productions, once touted as the most effective way for the Hollywood and China to work together, have been slow to navigate the red tape of China’s growing industry, with few getting final state approval to shoot.
But historical epics featuring the U.S. and China fighting side by side against a common enemy, the Japanese, appear to be in favor at a time when relations between Washington and Beijing are being tried in diplomatic, trade, and human rights circles.
The film will be Australia-born Beresford’s second foray into Chinese territory. In 2009, he directed Mao’s Last Dancer, about famed ballet dancing defector to the United States. In 1989, Driving Miss Daisy, which he directedwon the Best Picture Oscar and three others. A video of Beresford acknowledging his involvement in the project was shown at the conference.
A co-production between the state-controlled Central Newsreels and Documentary Film Studio in Beijing and Los Angeles and Paris-based Global Media Management Film Group, Beresford’s version of the story of the U.S. Army Air Corps Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle, will focus on the aftermath of the daring April 18, 1942 bombing raid he led on the Japanese capital that resulted in 65 of the 80 airmen under his command crashing in or bailing out over China.




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#19832  Sticky Note Wonder why not too many traders are hitting Smilin_B 12/22/16 04:01:59 PM
#22821   Normally to issue more shares but in this jmhgolf 10/20/17 07:24:19 AM
#22820   Not enough volume to indicate a share Dump. equijohn 10/19/17 11:57:28 PM
#22819   Typically by now, an increase to the O/S Smilin_B 10/19/17 11:18:58 PM
#22818   Yea it's creeping up a little. jmhgolf 10/19/17 08:36:42 PM
#22817   I hope soon, but by the volume and equijohn 10/19/17 08:35:43 PM
#22816   Yea. When are they going to tell us jmhgolf 10/19/17 08:32:52 PM
#22815   Solid volume the past 10 days equijohn 10/19/17 07:50:38 PM
#22814   Good question equijohn 10/17/17 10:03:55 AM
#22813   When is ihub going to fix the ticker jmhgolf 10/16/17 02:46:23 PM
#22812   Yep an IHUB issue that some of the equijohn 10/13/17 11:57:59 PM
#22811   I private messaged the admins on 10/10/2017 about diskdoc 10/13/17 11:30:59 PM
#22810   Thank u SmokeTec 10/13/17 11:53:10 AM
#22809   Its only showing the D on IHUB. Its equijohn 10/13/17 11:35:06 AM
#22808   NAH, BS, nothing here...http://otce.finra.org/DLSymbolNameChanges timetomakemoney 10/13/17 11:26:01 AM
#22807   we are reverse splitting onto the NYSE (jk TmanB 10/13/17 10:21:40 AM
#22806   Why is it BRSED again? I saw a SmokeTec 10/13/17 10:17:13 AM
#22805   I wonder what the average "work day" looks Smilin_B 10/12/17 10:17:56 PM
#22804   Or really a 15k block dumped at .06. jmhgolf 10/11/17 10:44:16 AM
#22803   15K block bought at .06 ask still .09 equijohn 10/11/17 10:20:24 AM
#22802   Yes, bought at the Ask. Seems like some equijohn 10/09/17 04:26:05 PM
#22801   You mean bought at the ask:). Some buying jmhgolf 10/09/17 04:19:32 PM
#22800   Another 10k block sold at the ask right equijohn 10/09/17 04:17:44 PM
#22799   Anticipation of what Christopher has in store. jmhgolf 10/06/17 12:23:15 PM
#22798   Another 10k share block sold at the ask equijohn 10/06/17 12:02:06 PM
#22797   Classic sell on news. jmhgolf 10/05/17 11:47:05 AM
#22796   On the other hand SKYF is dropping like equijohn 10/05/17 11:46:14 AM
#22795   Yea I don't see Christopher as a quitter. jmhgolf 10/05/17 11:20:05 AM
#22794   Good question , seems with the last two equijohn 10/05/17 11:06:48 AM
#22793   Hmmm is BRSE uplisting? Been above a .01 timetomakemoney 10/05/17 10:52:25 AM
#22792   Looks like you were right about this not equijohn 10/05/17 10:44:02 AM
#22791   Atwell has billions of shares to dump equijohn 10/05/17 10:38:23 AM
#22790   Regardless; it made it and gave opportunity to HighStandard 10/05/17 10:29:34 AM
#22789   BTW, looks like old Bob has turned on TmanB 10/05/17 10:15:41 AM
#22788   Yeah something leaked. timetomakemoney 10/05/17 10:11:22 AM
#22787   A bit of action; looks like a buy HighStandard 10/05/17 10:05:27 AM
#22786   Someone is buying a bit last few days. HighStandard 10/05/17 09:41:12 AM
#22785   SKYF is skull and crossbones. So not many equijohn 10/04/17 08:05:45 PM
#22784   It's not the end. Are you in the other? jmhgolf 10/04/17 06:41:56 PM
#22783   Isnt it amazing what the end result of Smilin_B 10/04/17 05:20:47 PM
#22782   Good volume and healthy bid today equijohn 10/04/17 11:03:04 AM
#22781   Just Another carrot to replace the EOM carrot. timetomakemoney 10/02/17 09:09:06 AM
#22780   Who writes these tweets? A 6 year old? Smilin_B 10/01/17 10:47:55 PM
#22779   yeah yea yeah, we have been hearing that TmanB 10/01/17 09:30:11 PM
#22778   Tweet from IR A lot was done and that jmhgolf 10/01/17 09:11:07 PM
#22777   Isnt it incredible that BRSE is trading where Smilin_B 10/01/17 04:25:08 PM
#22776   For now it would seem they are in equijohn 10/01/17 08:02:10 AM
#22775   Cracker Jacks. Gotta open it up to see jmhgolf 09/30/17 09:53:29 PM
#22774   What business is BRSE in again? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Smilin_B 09/30/17 09:52:16 PM
#22773   Highly Disappointing. To say the least. equijohn 09/30/17 06:52:45 PM
#22772   And exactly who might oust Christopher? jmhgolf 09/30/17 02:19:40 PM
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