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Discover the World of NFTs in Brand New Docu-Series

Image Source: ‘NeonFlufs’ NFT Collection by JonnyCaplan on OpenSea

Tech Talk Media LLC, award-winning US production company, announced production of a new documentary series called NFTme, which will dive deep into the NFT (Non-Fungible Token) Digital Art industry, which is currently experiencing immense growth.

Co-founded by serial entrepreneur and multitalented creator Jonny Caplan, the production company Tech Talk Media is renowned for creating high-production factual TV and film content for tier-one broadcasters. The Company was awarded 15 International Film Festival Awards in 2020. Their programming showcases new technology, innovation, amazing individuals, and major lifestyle shifts.

Following release of their first DocuSeries entitled “TechTalk” in 2019, it quickly became a hit Amazon Prime TV Series, which can now be viewed in 80+ countries including on Apple TV, Discovery, Roku, and Peacock (NBC). The Series was also recently added to the UK’s Educational Curriculum for 8–13 year olds in partnership with PwC. Moreover, since the series debuted in October 2019, $350+ million in funds and strategic partnerships have been completed by 53 under-the-radar tech start-ups featured on TechTalk, highlighting the powerful impact of the production.

Tech Talk Media, is now in production of 10+ new bleeding edge shows to spotlight various new emerging areas. Their shows include Inside NASA’s Innovations & The Rise of A.I both of which are due to debut on Discovery Asia in January 2022. More information on Tech Talk Media’s productions are available through the Company’s website.

Image Source: ‘NeonFlufs’ NFT Collection by JonnyCaplan on OpenSea

“2020 was undoubtedly a turning point for the online art market. Auction houses and art fairs boosted their digital presence, relying on formats such as Online Viewing Rooms (OVRs) — letting art collectors and enthusiasts experience 3D digital reproductions of artworks — as well as streaming auctions and events. During ONE, a global online auction organized by Christies, a Roy Lichtenstein’s painting was sold for more than 46 million U.S. dollars, making it the most expensive lot sold by Christies in 2020. 2021 also looks to be an important year for online art sales, with non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and crypto art hitting the news when a digital collage by American artist Beeple was sold in an online-only auction by Christies for 69.3 million U.S. dollars.” — Statistica

“There is a spirit of good, positivity, support and world unity that I personally have experienced inside the NFT community, and something I have never ever seen replicated anywhere else.” Says Caplan. “The pure fact that the innovators and creatives have joined forces to make things better has spawned an incredible spirit of unity and empowerment, which I have not seen before and we need to showcase this, propel it forwards and help to educate and unite the world.”

Production is already underway for NFTme, with filming taking place in the US, Europe, UK, Middle East & Asia featuring many creators, innovations and pioneers in the NFT space. The production was launched with an exclusive NFT collection on Opensea, connected to the production, to give individuals a chance to collaborate and participate.

In addition to their track record of award-winning productions, Tech Talk Media specializes in business, innovation, technology & media, making it the perfect time to create a documentary series like this. “No doubt can be made on the shift, uptrend and global interest in NFTs, as of June 15, 2021, the aggregated sales value of NFTs over 30 days amounted to approximately 58.4 million” — Statistica


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