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Digital Production Buzz – December 24, 2015

Join Larry Jordan and Mike Horton as they talk with Philip Hodgetts, Ned Soltz, Michael Kammes, Larry O’Connor, and Jonathan Handel.

  • Technology Trends of 2015
  • Key Camera Technologies from 2015
  • Workflow Trends from 2015
  • Storage Trends from 2015
  • A Look Back at Labor in 2015
  • Randi’s Perspective: Key News Trends for 2015

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Guests this Week

Philip Hodgetts
Philip Hodgetts, President, Lumberjack System
It’s Christmas Eve, which gives The Buzz a chance to look back at key trends and technology from 2015. To start our round-table, Philip Hodgetts, CEO of Intelligent Assistance and noted industry technology guru, shares his perspective on technology trends for 2015.
Ned Soltz
Ned Soltz, Contributing Editor, Digital Video Magazine, Ned Soltz Inc.
Ned Soltz, contributing editor for Digital Video magazine, continues the Buzz roundtable with his thoughts on key camera technologies from 2015.
Michael Kammes
Michael Kammes, Director, Technology Key Code Media
Michael Kammes, Director of Technology for KeyCode Media, discusses the workflow trends he found interesting from 2015.
Larry O'Connor
Larry O’Connor, President & Founder, Other World Computing
Storage underwent a transformation in terms of capacity this year. Larry O’Connor, founder and CEO of Other World Computing, contributes his perspective on key storage trends from 2015.
Jonathan Handel
Jonathan Handel, Entertainment/Technology Attorney & Labor Reporter, TroyGould and The Hollywood Reporter
Jonathan Handel is an entertainment and technology attorney, Of Counsel, at TroyGould in Los Angeles. He is also the contributing editor on entertainment labor issues for The Hollywood Reporter. This week, Jonathan discusses key labor issues and trends from 2015.
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