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What makes him so versatile and valuable are all his other experiences. He was Co-op Advertising Manager -- then assistant branch manager -- for Avco Embassy Pictures. He was also the top training instructor at CompUSA in Los Angeles for all Microsoft products at all levels (beginner to advanced) and was the trainer of choice for all VIP client training. From this, J.D. Power and Associates and General Motors hired him as Lead Technical Instructor for their GM Buypower program, where he was responsible for a team of trainers who taught car dealers how to use the Internet to increase sales.
As a technical consultant for Visionati, Alan learned all facets of multimedia development and production. In 1995, he completed a demo for the world’s first interactive situation comedy for the Internet, the economics of which had it been launched would have been based on each characters’ loyalty to the product placement around it.
Mr. Fine has had an association with DreamWorks Pictures since 1998. During that time, he served as technical consultant and content producer for Pop.com, Steven Spielberg and Ron Howard’s short-lived Internet company in Los Angeles. Since 2001, he has been with DreamWorks in Manhattan, and with Paramount Pictures acquiring DreamWorks in 2006, Mr. Fine has become a technical consultant for Paramount as well.
Other clients in Manhattan for high end presentations, web site development, data base development, desktop and network deployment and support include Robert Haber Ancient Art, Advantages Printing, AgeWiseLiving, Bennett, Moy & Miller, LLP, Business Networking International, Burtley Productions, Inc., Central Talent Booking, FAB Communications, Sam Gottlieb, C.F.P., Grace Episcopal Church, Hartwell Planning, JG Editorial Services, Massagetherapy-NYC, Small Business Management Consulting, Spa Holistica, Trachtman & Bach, Inc., Unique Interiors, and Wholelife Healthcare.