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Digital Production Buzz — March 15, 2012

  • The Military Comm Network
  • Interactive, live videos for education
  • Edit Video Automatically in the Cloud
  • Sights and Sounds from SXSW
  • Solar-Powered Production

GUESTS: Dennis Butts, Roy Klieger, Philip Hodgetts, Josiah Hultgren, and voices from SXSW

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Dennis Butts, Founder, Military Comm Networks

We spoke with Dennis Butts, Founder of Military Comm Networks, last November. He is working with a technology that is ideal for long-distance education, training, and getting groups of people to watch and interact with online video. While his company focused on the military and their families, there is a far larger opportunity for education, as you’ll discover on this week’s show.

Philip Hodgetts, CEO, Intelligent Assistance

Philip Hodgetts is a long-time contributor on the BuZZ. When we heard that he is prepping to embark on a six-month trip on a solar powered odyssey around “The Great Loop” with adventurer Jim Greer – well – we had to know how more about how you produce a television show entirely using solar powered equipment!

Roy Klieger, VP of Products, Magisto

Roy Klieger, is the VP of Products at Magisto, with over 14 years experience in online media, including web consumer products, web communities and social media. His company recently released a product to help people automatically edit their videos in the cloud. It is fascinating – but is it the future? Editing at the touch of a button…

Sounds and Voices from SXSW

SXSW, the South by Southwest Film Festival running this week in Austin, Texas, has been described as the place where ideas go to find money. We are covering this special event with a team of reporters and this week we present the first in our two-part series on the Festival. (You can see all our interviews here at this special show page.) Our reporters are Debbie Price and Laura Peters.

You can’t find people or interviews like this anywhere else — it’s another fascinating show!

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