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|Wednesday, May 18, 2011|
A local team wants to turn Portland's city-owned Veterans Memorial Coliseum into a multimedia production facility.
Sports marketer Rob Cornilles, multimedia producer Tim Lawrence and Hollywood vet Kirk Iverson hope to capitalize on Portland's many underemployed creatives and the building's location.
Read more at Willamette Week.
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