What Style Chop?
About Chop Circuit:
Chop Circuit founder Bill Teck is the director of the films One Day Since Yesterday: Peter Bogdanovich and the Lost American Film (2014) which opened at the Venice Film Festival in August and Cuba On My Back (2014). Teck coined the term and created the Latino brand generation ñ in the 90s and created the magazine, tv show, website, book, newspaper columns and radio shows that sprang from it. In 2007 his company created generation ñ.tv (www.generation-ntv.com) - the net’s first broadband content channel geared toward English Dominant Latinos.
As Producer/Exec Producer or Director Teck is responsible for the television programs OutLoud, generation ñ, A Peña Family Album: The Best of Que Pasa USA, Content Miami, ñ Life with Melissa Hernandez, Nuestra Risa, New Florida & Cafe Con Leche II and LIVE!
He's the co-writer of the Simon & Schuster Fireside Press humor book, The Official Spanglish Dictionary and his writing has appeared in Latina, The New York Press, Rock n Rap Confidential, Hispanic Magazine, Channel Magazine, The Miami Herald and Street Magazine.
Awards & Honors
Teck was named: One of 20 Latinos to Watch - Newsweek Magazine/ One of the 100 Most Influential Hispanics in America - Hispanic Business Magazine/ Trendsetter of the Year in Publishing - Hispanic Magazine/ Entrepreneur of the Year - Hispanic Business Magazine/ Special Recognition of Achivement - National Council of La Raza
In addition to directing films and running the generation ñ brand , Teck runs Chop Circuit/Bill Teck Media - among the first companies to create Latin content exclusively in HD. and use the web to narrowcast according to demographics. Chop Circuit creates energetic, private, corporate content that increases brand energy and awareness.