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About Katalyst Media

Katalyst Media, based in Los Angeles and New York, is an original content production company creating Digital Media, Television and Film properties. Their focus is to create thought-provoking and compelling content for multiple platforms. Founded in 2005 by partners Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg, Katalyst film credits include The Butterfly Effect and Guess Who, as well as the upcoming feature films Spread and Five Killers. Television property credits include the hit series Punk'd and Beauty and the Geek. Katalyst is also airing two new network series, True Beauty for ABC and Game Show in my Head for CBS. Digital Media properties include the Blah Girls (www.blahgirls.com) and the Web reality series KatalystHQ.

Katalyst Media Headquarter Location

Los Angeles, California,

United States

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Bosses At Ashton Kutcher’s Company Sued For $2 Million

Sep 23, 2013

Picture: Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis - Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis taking a stroll in Soho - Manhattan, NY, United States - Thursday 19th September... Bosses at Ashton Kutcher 's company Katalyst Media are facing a $2 million (£1.3 million) lawsuit over a reality show based on the California Department of Motor Vehicles (Dmv). Producers at Big Cheese Media are claiming Hedda Muskat came up with the idea for the series based on her daughter's experiences at the Dmv. Muskat took the idea to bosses at the Creative Artists Agency, who are also named in the suit, and they advised her to take the idea to Katalyst Media for co-production. Muskat alleges the pitch meeting with Kutcher's ideas company was set up while she was out of town, and she was eventually phased out of the project. According to the lawsuit, the reality series subsequently fell through after bosses at the Dmv pulled their consent because Muskat was not involved and they were wary of Katalyst Media's hidden-camera prank show Punk'd. In May (13), Kutcher and his production partner Jason Goldberg settled a $1.4 million (£930,330) lawsuit with officials at the Dmv over the scrapped show, which was set to feature real-life department staff. The show had been picked up by executives at America's TruTv channel, according to papers filed in a Los Angeles court last year (12). Contactmusic

Katalyst Media Investments

1 Investments

Katalyst Media has made 1 investments. Their latest investment was in SaysMe.TV as part of their Series A on April 4, 2008.

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Katalyst Media Investments Activity

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Company

Amount

New?

Co-Investors

Sources

4/18/2008

Series A

SaysMe.TV

Yes

Date

4/18/2008

Round

Series A

Company

SaysMe.TV

Amount

New?

Yes

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Sources

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