Phoenix, AZ (September 15, 2006)–ProAction Media partners Dan Sarceda and Shannon Neal recently merged with Paul Amorosi of CD/DVD Marksman and Shane Matsumoto of Paradigm Lost Productions & Multimedia Services to form one full-service multimedia company known as the ProAction Network.
Pictured are (l-r): Shannon Neal, Dan Sarceda, Paul Amorosi, and Shane MatsumotoThe merger of these companies brings their customers over 50 years of combined experience in the industry. The ProAction Network is a one-stop-shop facility for quality post-production, CD/DVD authoring, mastering preparation, graphic design, and manufacturing while the all-new interactive website at www.proactionmedia.com, premiering in October, will continue to serve as a great online channel for do-it-yourself customers to buy supplies to duplicate media.
“By bringing these services under one roof we have taken a proactive approach to fulfill our many customer’s unique needs from creation to completion,” said Sarceda of the new ProAction Network, “and this merge solidifies ProAction as the most economical place to exceed our clients’ high expectations for the creation and manufacturing of premium multimedia content and graphic design.”
ProAction Media’s online store has all needed duplication supplies including blank media, printers, and duplication towers and now has added new Blu-Ray duplicators, drives, media and replication services to their offerings. The website also features the debut of their audio and video post-production services, DVD authoring, The Design Lab–a new graphic design and print division–and incorporates all the services introduced by the merged companies.
Paradigm Lost Productions brings DVD authoring, enhanced CD-ROM programming, full audio and video post-production services including audio recording, audio commercial production services, and sound design. CD Marksman, which operated out of Tempe, AZ for over 13 years, not only offered CD/DVD duplication and replication but also a music mixing and mastering facility featuring the Manley line of compressors/limiters and Pro Tools HD with Waves mastering software.
Shane Matsumoto, who’s recording credits include recording audio for BJ Thomas, shows on Comedy Central, and artists on Metal Blade Records, was very excited about the merge. “We can now mix and master a CD, even add an enhanced CD-ROM interface, and replicate it all at one place for less time and money than what it would take to do each stage with separate companies,” Matsumoto noted. “To be able to see a project through from taking video, editing it, authoring the DVD and mass-producing them quickly and economically. It only seemed mutually beneficial to everyone to be a part of this amazing network.”