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Digital Production Buzz – January 21, 2016

Join Larry Jordan and Mike Horton as they talk with David Tillman, Rob Tharp, Carlos Grijalva, and Nick Mattingly.

  • Editing “O.J. Speaks: The Hidden Tapes”
  • Drone Do’s and Don’ts
  • Live Multicam Streaming Direct to YouTube Using Switcher Studio
  • Randi Altman’s Perspective: Sundance Film Festival
  • Tech Talk: FCP X Media Management

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Guests this Week

David Tillman
David Tillman, Documentary Producer/Editor
David Tillman is a documentary editor with more than 18 major documentaries to his credit – most recently O.J. Speaks: The Hidden Tapes. Tonight, David shares his thoughts on what it takes to edit a doc.
Rob Tharp
Rob Tharp, Producer/Cinematographer, Grijalva Films
Carlos Grijalva & Rob Tharp are co-founders of Grijalva Films, a full-fledged San Diego-based production house. They specialize in aerial cinematography and unique camera motion utilizing drones and various technical tools. Drones are very hot right now and we asked Carlos and Rob to share their thoughts on what works and what to avoid.
Carlos Grijalva
Carlos Grijalva, Director/Producer, Grijalva Films
Carlos Grijalva & Rob Tharp are co-founders of Grijalva Films, a full-fledged San Diego-based production house. They specialize in aerial cinematography and unique camera motion utilizing drones and various technical tools. Drones are very hot right now and we asked Carlos and Rob to share their thoughts on what works and what to avoid.
Nick Mattingly
Nick Mattingly, CEO, Co-Founder, Switcher Studio
Switcher Studio made news recently with their announcement of a live streaming solution for iOS devices. Today they are announcing that they can now integrate directly with YouTube. Nick Mattingly, CEO and Co-Founder, has more info for us.
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