Posted November 16, 2013on:
Fans are all picking sides regarding the ABC/PP situation.
What we can probably all agree on is the fact that neither side
is coming out looking great and both risk further damage to their brand and fan-base.
This endangers their other projects so their best course of action is to work this out so we can all move on.
Dragging this out in court and slinging mud isn’t putting casts and crews to work nor is it showing that it truly appreciates devoted fans.
So, we are going to send emails and leave voice mails that will go to both sides in hopes that it will
cause both sides to pause and consider what this is truly doing and that it’d be better to just come to a resolution.
We aren’t stating what that looks like, only that they should to come up with one.
Here is the mass email list:
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org,
email@example.com, Anne.x.Sweeney@email.Disney.com, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Michael.Patterson@disneyabctv.com, Janice.Marinelli@abc.com, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Geri Wang, president for sales and marketing (reports to Anne Sweeney) 212.456.7777
Anne Sweeney Pres Disney/ABC Television Group 818-569-7700
Stephanie Volts (Bob Iger’s assistant) 818-560-8701
Main desk ABC/D 212.456.7777
Prospect park main desk 310-746-4900