Safety Message [DCTV 2010] [ 1:50 ] Download
When at Dragon*Con, please use caution when picking conversational topics. The things you say can cause problems if you’re not careful. This safety video by Alex White will help you pick safe conversation topics.
Produced for Dragon*Con 2010 by Dragon*ConTV.
Meeting Patrick Stewart (DCTV2009) [ 0:40 ] Download
We love Patrick Stewart, but he’s done more than just Star Trek.
Written & Produced by Stephen Granade
Music: Equal Crystals by Hadriani (Creative Commons)
Keeping Up With the Cardassians (DCTV2009) [ 0:45 ] Download
Dragon*ConTV always likes feedback from the audience, but sometimes your jokes are not the jokes we can make on our limited/invisible budget.
Written by John Carroll and Stephen Granade.
Produced by Stephen Granade for Dragon*ConTV 2009.
Music: Tzu – Can’t Stop Tzunami (Creative Commons)
Trek Support (DCTV2009) [ 1:43 ] Download
What happens when your sci-fi franchise isn’t performing like it used to? Do what any modern citizen of the world does … call tech support. Produced for Dragon*ConTV 2009.
Dragon*ConTV must note that this video is fiction. Not only is it improbable that an actual tech support person would be this helpful or friendly, but this call was never routed outside of the United States. Any hold time experienced will be part of the 45 minute directors cut.
Thanks to Phil Kloer at the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Dragon*ConTV gets some attention from the mainstream media in the AJC’s Peach Buzz …
When Brian Richardson of Loganville heard the news that a company will launch a line of “Star Trek” colognes soon (as reported March 26 in the AJC), his reaction was, “Wait a minute. Didn’t we already do that?” Indeed, Richardson and his friends did a hilarious video and showed it at DragonCon, the massive Atlanta sci-fi convention, back in 2005. They even used the exact name of one of the real colognes: Pon Farr, the Vulcan mating ritual. Whereas the new Pon Farr is real and costs $30 a bottle, Richardson came up with the same idea while “sitting around drinking and talking about ridiculous ideas with friends.” The fake ad, a spoof of Calvin Klein Obsession ads of years past, stars Jason Wyatt and Michele Levin as the sexy Vulcans.
Now that we’re part of the mainstream media, we expect to be attacked by Rush Limbaugh at any minute. Thanks AJC!