FactoryMade partnered with Robert Rodriguez to launch what is now the third fastest growing network in the country.

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The Cry Goes Out in Hollywood: ‘Get Me Mr. Potato Head’s Agent!’

  • "As the world leader in silicon innovation, Intel is dedicated to fostering digital media experiences that leverage the capabilities of our silicon, software and services. We are exploring partnership opportunities with progressive thinkers at FactoryMade to drive growth and innovation in technologies for media consumption to better serve audiences."

    Mooly Eden
    Mooly EdenVP and General Manager of PC Client Group, Intel
  • "Tapping into leading edge behavioral science, John Fogelman is forging new methods and measures on how to effectively integrate content and consumer products that create a win for creatively independent content producers, advertisers and viewers."

    Craig Wynett
    Craig WynettChief Learning Officer, Procter & Gamble
  • "I am excited to be partnering with John Fogelman and FactoryMade Ventures on a business opportunity that leverages my style of story-telling. This collaboration is a chance for me to reach more of the audience I am most passionate about in new mediums."

    Robert Rodriguez
    Robert RodriguezDirector, writer and producer of films such as the Spy Kids franchise, Machete, Sin City & From Dusk Till Dawn


The Cry Goes Out in Hollywood: ‘Get Me Mr. Potato Head’s Agent!’

The Cry Goes Out in Hollywood: ‘Get Me Mr. Potato Head’s Agent!’

Original Article in The Wall Street Journal  LOS ANGELES — This town’s top celebrities have long had more than their fair share of plastic parts. HollXywood’s newest movie stars are no exception. Soon to be starring in his own feature-length film with Universal Pictures: Stretch Armstrong, the pliant, muscle-bound doll whose roots go back to […]
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FactoryMade builds up cast of Hollywood players for El Rey Network

Original Article in the Los Angeles Times  The pitch meeting wasn’t going as planned. John Fogelman and Cristina Patwa, founders of entertainment business incubator FactoryMade Ventures, wanted movie director Robert Rodriguez to help them create an English-language cable network for Latinos. At an evening sit-down in mid-2011, in the dimly lighted bar in the Four […]
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Showbiz Strategists: Variety’s Dealmakers Impact Report

Original Article on Variety.com Executives: John Fogelman and Cristina Patwa John Fogelman and Cristina Patwa Co-CEO and CEO FactoryMade Ventures Startup incubator FactoryMade Ventures landed deals with Comcast and private equity investors on the road to launching its joint-venture El Rey Network, an English-language TV channel for Latinos. Comcast agreed to carriage and private-equity-owned Univision […]
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