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Mediajuice To Move Its Dallas Headquarters

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Mediajuice Studios founder and CEO Jeremy Snead | Image by Mediajuice Studios/Facebook

A Dallas film and television studio is moving its headquarters to another North Texas city.

In a state filing, Mediajuice Studios indicated it is spending a projected $1 million to remodel a nearly 12,000-square-foot space on East Main Street in Grand Prairie. The project includes an anticipated delivery date of November 11.

Mediajuice Studios founder and CEO Jeremy Snead confirmed in an email the company is leaving its corporate office on Botham Jean Boulevard but provided no other details about the move. Hub City Productions of Dallas is listed as the design firm on the filing.

The company produces trailers, including for video games, and commercials. Its work also includes live-stream production and broadcasting.

Founded in 2004, Mediajuice’s first client was Atari, according to its website.

“Atari commissioned us to produce many TV spots, trailers, and sizzle reels for the popular anime franchise Dragon Ball Z. Other well-known Atari franchises like Backyard Sports, Neverwinter Nights, and The Matrix video game were among some of Mediajuice’s early projects. From those early Dragon Ball Z and Atari beginnings, the Mediajuice team has grown and taken on more top-tier clients like Hasbro, Activision, Capcom, Microsoft, Konami, and many more.”

More than 10 years ago, Snead produced the studio’s first feature-length film, Video Games: The Movie. Later, Mediajuice produced the follow-up series, Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed. Before creating Mediajuice, the Levelland native worked for FUNimation Entertainment in Fort Worth, the company behind Dragonball Z, after selling his mortgage company in Lubbock. Snead has directed commercials, video game trailers, short films, and music videos for a variety of companies.

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