Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Shaping American Pop Culture

Smithsonian MuseumQuick Tally’s original audience voting machine was featured in a special exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History honoring America’s Funniest Home Videos! The reality-show-with-voting-competition format we helped pioneer 25 years ago is now the foundation of some of today’s most popular television shows. We've done more TV shows than all other providers combined, including the world’s first interactive TV show, the world's first interactive multi-site TV show, and the world's largest interactive audience — a 5,000 participant stadium.


With over 30 years of experience in helping clients achieve their meetings goals. I am passionate about the power of insight. If I can help your firm discover this power, please contact me.

Alan Warshaw
President
Quick Tally® Interactive Systems, Inc.
Direct Dial: 310.306.4930


About Me

After graduating from New York University with a degree in Communications, Alan attended the New School for Social Research, Graduate School at N.Y.U. and the Master’s Program in Cinema at U.C.L.A. Following his service in the U.S. Army, Alan was employed by Doyle, Dane and Burnbach Advertising Agency. He worked in the U.S. and Europe in the feature motion picture production business. He was employed by Quick Tally Interactive Systems for one year prior to acquiring the company. He has owned and run the company for almost three decades and has pioneered in the manufacturing of ARS equipment and providing interactive event services. In addition to US State and Federal Government Agencies, America's leading companies, associations and television networks, he has also worked for events clients in the EU, New Zealand, Hong Kong Thailand and Dubai.