New Site Helps Bring Ideas to the Big Screen

Bloomington, IND (PRWEB) February 16, 2012

Author Solutions, Inc. (ASI) announced today the launch of, a new website for individuals interested in pitching their film and TV show ideas directly to Hollywood. The first-of-its-kind service will change the way independent content creators share ideas with entertainment industry leaders like Hollywood Pitchs first-look partner, Blacklight Transmedia.

Hollywood Pitch guarantees ideas submitted to the site will be thoroughly reviewed and considered for development by Blacklight Transmedia. Users can either submit their own custom pitch or work with a professional screenwriter to craft their pitch. For those interested in the latest market research available to help ensure their ideas are timely and interesting to specific audiences, Hollywood Pitch has additionally partnered with ScreenTest Solutions, a leading film industry research firm that was until now exclusively available to insiders.

In addition to Blacklight considering all ideas, all pitches submitted to Hollywood Pitch are also made available in the Hollywood Pitch Database, which is a one-of-kind, keyword/genre-searchable website where entertainment executives can access available new material for potential adaptation. Over 50 representatives from a variety of entertainment-based companies are using the database as a means of uncovering original material ripe for development. For more information, please visit:

For too long, people have had great ideas for movies and television shows but did not know how to get them in front of the right people who could actually do something with those ideas, said Keith Ogorek, senior vice president of marketing for Author Solutions, the parent company of Hollywood Pitch. Ogorek added, With Hollywood Pitch, now anyone can pitch an idea and get the professional guidance and research they need to give themselves a real opportunity to have their idea make it to the screen.

Hollywood Pitch users have three options to choose from when writing and submitting their pitches:

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