Sponsors include Beasley Real Estate, Lynmar Estate and Psychotherapist Joseph Eliezer
(MediaQuire) Atlanta, GA / Today, Victoria lynn Weston, President of Weston Media Group, LLC proudly announced it’s latest sponsors for the curation of America’s Victoria, Remembering Victoria Woodhull into an interactive iPad App.
“While most school children are familiar with the name of suffragette and women’s rights crusader Susan B. Anthony, Victoria Woodhull and her many groundbreaking accomplishments remain largely forgotten.” says Weston.
The PBS documentary “America’s Victoria: Remembering Victoria Woodhull” received widespread distribution on both the national and local station level as well as Canadian Broadcasts. Although this level of distribution was gratifying, we recognize that young people do not consume content the same way their parents do.
Today, Millennials prefer to get their information and entertainment from the Internet and, increasingly, from mobile apps. It is our intention to present the documentary on a more modern platform by creating an interactive educational iPad app that will provide key video clips featuring exclusive interviews with Gloria Steinem and respected historians. In doing so, we will be able to tell the story of not just Victoria Woodhull and her accomplishments, but help students understand how far women have come and inspire them to reach even higher to achieve their goals.
Gold Sponsor: Beasley Real Estate, a luxury real estate firm in Washington, D.C.
Bronze Sponsor: Lynmar Estate is a family-owned destination specializing in Russian River Valley Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
Bronze Sponsor: Joseph Eliezer, Psychotherapist and author of Simply Spirit.
If you would like to support the Victoria Woodhull iPad Project click on the sponsor links below.
*Sponsorships: Bronze: $250. Silver: $500. Gold: $1000.
All sponsors receive credit within the iPad App and via the VictoriaCWoodhull.org website.
Our small production team comprises of Victoria lynn Weston, the writer, director and producer of“America’s Victoria.” As founder of Zoie Films Festival, Victoria utilized the latest streaming technology to launch the first online film festival showcasing films from around the globe. She’s also a developer and distributor of mobile apps. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Victoria has been a interviewed by dozens of media outlets including; Atlanta Journal & Constitution, Atlanta PARADE magazine, ABC Talk Radio, CNBC, BUSINESS WEEK Online, Wired News and ABC’s NIGHTLINE.
Lorraine LoBianco has been a longtime writer for Turner Classic Movies, as well as an executive at Fox Movie Channel and ION Television. She also has extensive experience developing mobile apps. In addition, she is the editor of the British Film Institute-nominated “Letter-Jean Renoir.”