Dave Navarro Considers New Teravision Project
Company Moves to New Offices; Tera Featuring at Rialto Rhino
By Peter Warren
Dec 14, 2007VAN NUYS, Calif. — Rocker and fledgling porn director Dave Navarro may helm a follow-up to his multiple AVN Award-nominated Broken for Teravision, company CEO Evan Seinfeld told AVN.
"We're definitely in talks with him right now about it," Seinfeld said. As to whether the title would be made for Teravision proper or new sister label Iron Cross, Seinfeld offered, "It's open to him. That's why we created Iron Cross, because if he says he wants to be really, really glamorous and stylized, it's Teravision; if he wants to make it really down and dirty, and it's really raw, it'll be Iron Cross."
Meanwhile, Teravision recently moved into a larger office in Van Nuys in order to accommodate its growing enterprise.
"We moved into four times the amount of space we had," said Seinfeld. "We've expanded; we're putting in a little Mistress Couture showroom there, and now we all have our own [offices]. If you've been to our offices, you've seen that we were barely fitting in there."
The new Teravision office is located at 6907 Hayvenhurst Ave., Van Nuys, Calif. 91406, and the new phone number for the company is (818) 782-4400. Important e-mail addresses are as follows: for business development, firstname.lastname@example.org; for production, email@example.com; and for general inquiries, firstname.lastname@example.org.
In one last bit of Teravision news, president Tera Patrick is appearing live Friday and Saturday nights at the Spearmint Rhino Rialto (312 South Riverside Ave., Rialto, Calif.). Call (909) 873-2257 for show times. Patrick also plans to perform her very first burlesque show at 40 Deuce in the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas Dec. 30.
For more information on these appearances and all other things Tera Patrick, visit clubtera.com.