AvatarLabs Names Josh Golsen as Producer

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Encino, CA, Sept. 18, 2008 – AvatarLabs, one of Hollywood’s leading online marketing agencies specializing in the creation of online rich media and enriched websites (designed to offer Internet users additional information and interactive features while promoting major motion pictures,) has named Josh Golsen as Producer. Rex Cook, Executive Creative Director/Founder, AvatarLabs, made the announcement. ABOUT JOSH GOLSEN/PRODUCER: Before starting to work for AvatarLabs as an outside contractor in early 2007, Josh Golsen was an accomplished entertainment industry producer, with expertise in project management, account management, content development, and sales. This diverse skill set, combined with his television and film background, have made him a valuable asset to the AvatarLabs team, as he brings an insider perspective to the company’s entertainment projects and an emphasis on original content. Josh’s recent projects for AvatarLabs include producing online campaigns for “Hancock� and the upcoming “High School Musical 3: Senior Year�. Online marketing campaigns he produced for “Ocean’s 13,� “TMNT,� “WALL-E� and “Pineapple Express� have also won various marketing awards. “I am really excited to permanently join the AvatarLabs team. Not only do I get to work with the most talented group of people everyday, but I also get to work on one of the most amazing slates of projects in Hollywood. This industry is challenging because it changes so much everyday as new ideas become realities. I feel lucky to have a small hand in that.� Other notable online marketing projects Josh has produced include those behind “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,� “I Am Legend,� “Live Free or Die Hard,� “National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets,� “Ratatouille� and “Superbad.� Prior to joining AvatarLabs, Josh developed film and television projects for Warner Bros., New Line Cinema, and Artisan Entertainment. He has also created and produced the episodic television series “CollegeTown USA� for NL College, National Lampoon's college television network that reaches over 600 campuses and nearly 5 million students nationwide. ABOUT AVATARLABS: Founded in 2001 by Executive Creative Director Rex Cook, AvatarLabs is one of Hollywood’s most successful online design and production studios. The company is the winner of three DGA “IMAC� (Internet Movie Advertising Creative Showcase) Awards for Creative Excellence, among many other prestigious industry awards and honors. AvatarLabs was behind the online marketing for some of the most successful Hollywood films released during the past 12 months. These include campaigns promoting “The Dark Knight,� “Wall-E,� “Hancock,� “Get Smart,� “Pineapple Express� and “Narnia 2: Prince Caspian.� Other recent high profile AvatarLabs projects have included creating online campaigns promoting “National Treasure: Book of Secrets,� “I Am Legend,“ “Alvin and the Chipmunks,� “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,� “The Simpsons Movie,� “Ratatouille,� “Ocean’s 13,� “Pirates of the Carribean: At World’s End,� “300,� “Borat,� “Night at the Museum,� “Happy Feet,� and many others. AvatarLabs is based at 5500 Balboa Blvd., Encino, CA, 91316. The phone is 818/784-2200. For more information, please visit





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