Join Trek United's campaign to bring new Star Trek episodes to DVD!

Variety notes that unlike many studios who limit original DVD releases to projects acquired by outside producers, Paramount will develop and produce its own projects. Pittleman said that the facilities mirror the theatrical division, though most of the studio's DVD movies are shot in 21 days.”

Paramount’s production facilities could easily turn out an Enterprise direct-to-DVD movie or mini-series and have it available for the September 8, 2006 Anniversary.

Our project will entail sending either postcards or DVD cases to Paramount’s around the world.
The DVD cases ideally would have a cover label and would be sent in plain business mailer. It is the best way to get by the mailroom (Trek United).


This is a good idea as long as Rick Berman, Michael Piller, Jeri Taylor, and Brannon Braga have nothing to do with it! I think we should make it clear that we want Majel Barrett-Roddenberry or maybe even Rod Roddenberry... David Gerrold... D.C. Fontana... Anybody but the idiots that have been involved.

The main target for this campaign would be:

Mr. Thomas Lesinski
President
Paramount Home Entertainment Inc.

5555 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles CA 90038
United States


We should also include our two CEO’s


Mr Tom Freston
Viacom International
1515 Broadway
New York NY 10036
USA

Mr Leslie Moonves
Viacom, Inc.
7800 Beverly Blvd
Los. Angeles, CA 90036-2112
USA

[Trek United]


For international addresses, visit the Trek United campaign page

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