About E2P

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Founded in Jamestown, NY by CTO Marc Hopkins back 1985 as L S I Productions (meaning Lighting and Sound Integrated), E2P quickly grew because of its commitment to quality service. Serving the western NY and Northwestern PA region, Ellis Eye ‘cut its teeth’ working with local legends 10,000 Maniacs, and mixing national tours like Miles Davis, Roy Clark, Spyro Gyra, and Miami Sound Machine.

In 1991, E2P found a pair of nitches in technology entertainment: For several years, building automation systems for Broadcast radio stations became the primary focus of the group. The success of this business allowed the expansion into the growth of the Internet generation, where Ellis Eye provided the first rural internet service provider online for Jamestown, NY. This part of Ellis Eye is now E2P IT Consulting.

 
 

Partner Josh Bricker brought us to Cincinnati in 1998 to serve a very specific need in the Professional Wrestling industry; allowing development athletes of WCW and then WWF to experience the full effect of a major live production, and familiarize themselves with performing with and around the distractions of Live TV. Ellis Eye produced many live shows, DVD’s, TV broadcasts, and Professional Wrestling’s first major webcast. Ellis Eye Staff has been part of the development of many of today’s top wrestling talent. E2P is now headquartered in the Cincinnati suburb of Milford.

E2P began its Internet Media Division in 1998 in support of the professional wrestling clients, and today continues to offer media and advertising consulting to small companies and entrepreneurs trying to learn how to do business on the ‘net.

Since its inception, live production has been the cornerstone of E2P. Thru our network of partners, we coordinate and provide production services for music, special events, and festivals. This continues today.

We attribute our success is a direct result to our commitment to quality service. Let us show you why.

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