Intuitive and user friendly, the app is a resource network for entertainment professionals worldwide to showcase creative talents, socially connect, and collaborate using EO chat and more. Join our community, build relationships, get a mentor, and find projects that can help your career.
More than 100 categories include both above the line and below the line entertainment professionals so you can explore profiles and find the right people for your projects.
Find talent through a direct message or broadcast your project to cast a wide net. ScriptAuction™ enables a writer to find a buyer for their script and maybe find a producer or director for our next blockbuster.
Learn about how our members have experienced Entertainment Oxygen App.
It is always not easy to start a career in entertainment industry when there is very little connection.Read More
I am a local producer and I do shows all the time, a friend of mine recommended this app to me..Read More
I have a script that I want to produce and need some help in polishing the final script. I can use EO..Read More
Ron Noble is a talented animator and storyteller who started his cartooning career-making...Read More
From quoting and bidding on a project, to scheduling, to ratings of talent, to billing and payments, the EO app provides an integrated system all in one simple app. Keep track of all jobs and payments as well as calendaring your next project. Simple. Fast. Efficient.
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If you are reading this, you are in the right place.Read More
The EO network is the go-to place for entertainment professionals to connect, communicate and collaborateRead More
Every year, I would go to various entertainment events and saw the way that people would network and it seemed very congested and inefficient.” .Read More