Sunday, April 10, 2016


About Live Video Inc. 

Live Video, Inc. is involved in all global aspects of the Broadcast, Multimedia Entertainment, R&D, and the advanced technology industries including: Television, Film, Radio, Satellite, Internet, Producing, International Casting in all languages and dialects, Translations, ADR/Looping, Sound Design, Video Game, Proof of Concept, Funding, Intellectual Property design, Post Production, Distribution, Publishing, Special Effects, Animation, Virtual Reality, Production, Social Media, Viral Marketing, Audio - Video - Film Editing, Direction, Concept Development, Branding, Public Relations, Marketing, Sales, Recording Arts and Sciences, international consulting. With a global footprint and a key network of international partners, Live Video, Inc. is able to help you turn your dream project into reality. The Live Video, Inc. Team is focused on all facets of development from inception, to completion and end user delivery.

Members of the Live Video Inc. [LVI] team have been involved in dynamic entertainment and corporate projects globally in all aspects. Live Video Inc. is currently producing several major Hollywood films in addition to finding backing for several companies in the U.S. and Internationally ranging from the green auto industry to gourmet food products. 

If you would like to know more about our current projects, for submissions, or to arrange a meeting; please feel free to contact us via email to For complete submission requirements, email with the Subject Line: "Submission Requirements", also include a brief one page on the project you would like to submit. Only properly registered projects, companies, concepts, etc. should be submitted by the authorized owner, and/or agents. No third party submissions will be accepted. 

For Casting and Auditions, submit to with the Subject Line "Casting and Auditions" [and the project name if any]. Include your credits, resume, bio, head shot[s], video clips [windows media files, quicktime movie, or MP4 format], MP3 audio files. All submission should be in IBM compatible format, file attachments only, we will not look at links and websites. 





Filing a Complaint

Published in June 2008 



The Office of Special Counsel (OSC) handles claims of wrongdoing within the executive branch of the federal government from current federal employees, former employees, and applicants for federal employment. (For purposes of this section, former and current employees, and applicants for federal employment are all “employees.”) The OSC unit responsible for this work is the Disclosure Unit.
The Disclosure Unit reviews five types of disclosures specified in the statute:
  1. Violation of a law, rule, or regulation;
  2. Gross mismanagement;
  3. A gross waste of funds;
  4. An abuse of authority; and/or
  5. A substantial and specific danger to public health or safety.
Federal law establishes a unique process for disclosures made to OSC. This process is intended to guarantee the confidentiality of the whistleblower and ensure that wrongdoing is investigated and corrected. In brief, when a whistleblower disclosure is filed with OSC:
  1. The Special Counsel may order an agency head to investigate and report on the disclosure;
  2. After the investigation, the Special Counsel may send the agency’s report, the whistleblower’s comments, and the Special Counsel's determination as to the completeness and apparent reasonableness of the agency report, to the President and congressional oversight committees; and
  3. The information transmitted to the President may be made public on OSC's website.
OSC does not have independent investigative authority in these cases. However, Congress has given OSC an important oversight role in reviewing government investigations of potential misconduct.
The system can be beneficial to improving government operations in two ways. First, based upon a complaint by a whistleblower, OSC may require an agency to investigate the alleged wrongdoing, even if it is reluctant to do so. Second, OSC provides an important accountability and quality control function in the investigative process. The whistleblowers, who are commonly experts on the subject matter of the allegations, are invited to comment on the quality of the agency investigation and corrective actions prescribed. OSC also maintains a dialogue with the investigating agency to make sure that the actions taken are reasonable and address the concerns raised by the whistleblowers.



The Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice, created in 1957 by the enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1957, works to uphold the civil and constitutional rights of all Americans, particularly some of the most vulnerable members of our society. The Division enforces federal statutes prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, disability, religion, familial status and national origin.




The information posted on the Department of Justice website includes hypertext links or pointers to information created and maintained by other public and/or private organizations. The Department of Justice does not endorse the organizations or views represented by outside websites and takes no responsibility for, and exercises no control over, the accuracy, accessibility, copyright or trademark compliance or legality of the material contained on outside websites.
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Public Law
P.L.89-487, 80 Stat. 250 (1966)
S. 1160, Reported and ordered to be printed May 9, 1966
S. 1160, Referred to the Committee on Government Operations October 14, 1965
S. 1160, Introduced February 17, 1965
House Report 89-1497, Clarifying and Protecting the Right of the Public to Information, to accompany S. 1160, May 9, 1966
Senate Report 89-813, Clarifying and Protecting the Right of the Public to Information, and For Other Purposes, to accompany S. 1160, October 4 (legislative day, October 1), 1965
Hearings and Related Documents
Administrative Procedure Act, Hearings before the Subcommittee on Administrative Practice and Procedure of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, 89th Congress, May 12, 13, 14, and 21, 1965
Clarifying and protecting the Right of Public to information, Congressional Record 26820 October 13, 1965
Clarifying and protecting the Right of Public to information, Congressional Record 13007 June 20, 1966
Presidential Statements
Availability of Government Records and Information, Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents, July 11, 1966


Information from the public is vital to the work of the Antitrust Division. Your e-mails, letters, and phone calls could be our first alert to a possible violation of antitrust laws and may provide the initial evidence needed to begin an investigation.
To report antitrust concerns to the Antitrust Division:
If you do not think your concerns involve the antitrust laws, you may want to visit theDepartment of Justice site for more information or send a message to the Department of Justice.
Please keep in mind that the Antitrust Division is prohibited from giving legal advice to private individuals.
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Step 1: Fully Describe Your Concern

If you have information about a possible antitrust violation or potential anticompetitive activity, use the following questions as a guideline to describe your complaint:
  • What are the names of companies, individuals, or organizations that are involved?
  • How do you believe they have violated the federal antitrust laws? (For details on federal antitrust laws, see Antitrust Laws and You.)
  • Can you give examples of the conduct that you believe violates the antitrust laws? If so, please provide as much detail as possible.
  • What is the product or service affected by this conduct? Where is the product manufactured or sold, or where is the service provided?
  • Who are the major competitors that sell the product or provide the service?
  • What is your role in the situation in question?
  • Who is harmed by the alleged violations? How are they harmed?

Step 2: Submit the Concern to the Citizen Complaint Center

You may submit your concern by e-mail, regular mail, or phone.
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MailCitizen Complaint Center
Antitrust Division
950 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Room 3322
Washington, DC 20530
Phone1-888-647-3258 (toll free in the U.S. and Canada)
or 202-307-2040

Comments or Questions about Specific Industries or Events

You may wish to review the following specific industry and event resource pages, and if appropriate, direct your questions, comments, or concerns to the corresponding Antitrust Division contacts.
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Concert Industry: If you have information about potential violations of the Final Judgment inUnited States v. Ticketmaster Entertainment, Inc. and Live Nation, Inc. or other anticompetitive conduct in the concert industry, please e-mail
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Recovery Act: See Economic Recovery Initiative and if you encounter the “Red Flags of Collusion,” including bid rigging involving Recovery Act funds, send an e-mail
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Real Estate: See Competition and Real Estate and send e-mails
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How We Handle Your Complaint

The Antitrust Division’s Citizen Complaint Center (CCC) handles complaints in the following way:
  1. The CCC creates a record of the information that you provided.
  2. The CCC conducts a preliminary review of your complaint for possible antitrust violations.
  3. If your complaint raises sufficient concern under the Federal antitrust laws, the CCC refers it to the appropriate Division legal staff where additional research may lead to a formal investigation into the reported conduct.
  4. If the Division needs more information, we will contact you typically within one month of submitting your complaint. Due to the confidential nature of Division investigations, you will not be notified if we open an investigation.
In some instances, the volume of mail, e-mail, and phone calls on a particular issue is so great that we cannot respond to each message individually. We would like you to know, however, that your views are important and all incoming correspondence is reviewed for possible antitrust violations.

Confidentiality Policy and Privacy Policy

Our Confidentiality Policy and Privacy Policy apply to all complaints received by the Antitrust Division.

Criminal Antitrust Leniency Program for Corporations and Individuals

Individuals or companies who (a) believe they may have been involved in criminal antitrust violations and (b) cooperate with the Antitrust Division can avoid criminal conviction, fines, and prison sentences if they meet the conditions of the Division’s Leniency Program.
Leniency application instructions, the Division’s corporate and individual leniency policies, model leniency letters, and other information regarding the Division’s Leniency Program are available on the Leniency Program page.
Updated June 26, 2015

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Choose an insurance carrier who will be there for you

When deciding on an insurance carrier, choose one you can trust. One that can help make things right if you suffer a loss. Here are three things to consider when choosing a company that instills confidence and trust:
  1. Look for a local company with the strength of a national carrier. In other words, a company that feels small, but has the expertise and resources of an industry leader. Take a look at Travelers.
    Travelers offers:
      • More than 12,000 claim professionals strategically positioned across the country and more than 100 points of service to respond quickly to routine and catastrophic claims
      • Employees, expertly trained at Travelers Claim University, to inspect your property in the event of a loss
      • Catastrophe response teams and vans that mobilize fast in the event of a severe weather event or disaster
      • 550 medical resources who work hand in hand with claim professionals to provide medical assistance if you or someone is injured on your property
      • Lawyers on staff with an average tenure of 20 years to defend against litigation
      • 750 risk control specialists whose expertise is shared with customers to help them keep their homes and businesses safe
  2. Look for a company that’s fast and accurate. Damage to your property can be an inconvenience at the least and life-altering at the worst. Getting assistance and an accurate damage estimate quickly is a must so you can get back to normal fast. And if someone has been injured on your property, you want them to receive expert care as quickly as possible. Take a look at Travelers.
      • Offers 24/7 claim reporting with after-hours emergency response teams that can be on site within hours after the report of a serious loss; the average speed of answer is less than 20 seconds, even during the highest volume days
      • Sends 2/3 of property claim customers payment within the first week
      • Has five self-contained Mobile Claim Offices that enable Travelers to set up an office anywhere in the country immediately following a large event
      • Reimburses, through its subrogation team, 55 percent more deductible dollars to customers than the industry average*
      • Has a high-severity claim team with members who have an average of 25 years of experience
  3. Look for an insurance carrier with a high customer satisfaction rating. You purchase insurance for peace of mind. What better assurance is there than hearing that other customers have received just that? Take a look at Travelers.
      • Surveys customers following their claim experience to ensure they’re fully satisfied – and to learn what we can do better+
      • Has a good reputation; nine of 10 customers who have had a claim would recommend Travelers to others+
      • Provides customers with a higher level of service that includes assistance finding mitigation services, hotel accommodations, and even tree removal and roof-tarping in certain severe events

Travelers will be there when you need us

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The information on this site is general in nature. Any description of coverage is necessarily simplified. Whether a particular loss is covered depends on the specific facts and the provisions, exclusions and limits of the actual policy. Nothing on this site alters the terms or conditions of any of our policies. You should read the policy for a complete description of coverage. Coverage options, limits, discounts and deductibles are subject to availability and to individuals meeting our underwriting criteria. Not all features available in all areas.
Insurance is underwritten by The Travelers Indemnity Company and its property casualty affiliates, One Tower Square, Hartford, CT. For a complete list of personal insurance underwriting companies, click here.

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