Brad Listermann, CEO

Brad Listermann attended University of Cincinnati after serving in the US Navy. After many years of successfully managing health clubs and raising money for projects, Brad founded and built the world's first online investment banking firm, NetStreet Financial, Inc. (featured in The Red Herring & Newsweek). After seven years of success and raising tens of millions, he managed a profitable exit strategy by selling NetStreet and was introduced to international filmmaking and financing.

Brad also studied at a Hollywood film school, previously attended by A-list directors Quentin Tarantino and Guy Ritchie, before moving on to produce My Faraway Bride with Executive Producers Duncan Clark (head of Universal Pictures Distribution). For his feature film debut, Brad was not only praised by industry pundits for delivering such a high budget look (on a nominal budget), but was also awarded the Stella Artois "Best New Filmmaker Award", "Best Producer" and "Best of Fest" at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, among others. My Faraway Bride sold internationally and domestically (Vivendi) with solid success in retail and has been showing on domestic US cable TV channels such as Showtime, TMC and Starz. In 2007, Brad founded and is CEO of a production and distribution company, WorldFlix, Inc; a company that has multiple film, television and Internet-entertainment related projects all in various stages of production and distribution. Since 2011, Brad has become a specialist in social media and entertainment consulting with many companies. Brad has filed numerous patents in the field of software and technology. Brad lives in the Los Angeles area with his wife and two children.

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Joseph Dalton, Director of Content

Joseph has over 7 years of experience as a writer in the advertising, entertainment, and digital news media industries. He specializes in digital copywriting, screenwriting, social media marketing, verbal strategy, brand journalism, direct marketing, PR, and email marketing. While at Bridge Worldwide, a digital agency in Cincinnati, he contributed to 12 award-winning projects. Joseph has written for many brands and organizations ranging from international, billion-dollar brands, to community non-profits.

Joseph is based in Cincinnati and writes advertising materials for clients across the country. As part of his role as Director of Content for FanBlaze, he develops and writes web content, email content, press materials, corporate communications, and more. Joseph also works for a number of clients on a freelance basis, including The E.W. Scripps Company and Milestone Internet Marketing. In his free time, Joseph enjoys watching movies, reading, traveling, boating, playing soccer, and wakeboarding.