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Digital Production Buzz – August 11, 2016

Join host Larry Jordan as he talks with James DeRuvo, Patrick Southern, Laura Blum, Ned Soltz, Lucas Maciel, and Michael Kammes.

  • The Latest from DoddleNEWS
  • The Era of the Super Editor
  • Hybrid Filmmaking, Part 3
  • Can Your Vacation Photos Look Professional?
  • The Public Domain Project at Pond5
  • Hollywood is Getting Behind in Tech

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Guests this Week

DoddleNEWS: The Latest from DoddleNEWS

James DeRuvo
James DeRuvo, Senior Writer,
James DeRuvo, Senior Writer at DoddleNEWS, has a multi-faceted career that spans radio, film, and publishing. Covering technology in the video industry for nearly 20 years, James has also won awards as a film director, with a Telly for his short film “Searching for Inspiration.” He’s also produced many talk radio programs in Los Angeles with topics ranging from entertainment to travel to technology. James brings us the latest news from Doddle.

In-depth Interview #1: The Era of the Super Editor

Patrick Southern
Patrick Southern, Editor
Patrick Southern is a free-lance Television Editor who has spent the last two years working on non-scripted programming for A&E, National Geographic, and the Lifetime Movie Network. He has a lot to say about the Era of the Super Editor! Move over Story Editor, Music Editor, Dialogue Editor, Clip Researcher and preliminary sound mixer – there’s a new workflow in town.

Thalo Arts: Hybrid Filmmaking, Part 3

Laura Blum
Laura Blum, Curator/Journalist,
Laura Blum is a film and events curator as well as a contributing writer, blogger and former film and television development executive with Sony BMG. She frequently speaks about movies for Talk Cinema, Furman Film Series, Wesleyan University and the University of Hawaii’s Pacific Rim Conference on Disability and Diversity.

Cameras: Can Your Vacation Photos Look Professional?

Ned Soltz
Ned Soltz, Contributing Editor, Creative Planet Network
Ned Soltz is an author, editor, educator, and consultant on all things related to digital video. He is also a contributing editor for Creative Planet, a moderator on “2-Pop” and “Creative Cow” forums, and – best of all – a regular correspondent here on The Buzz. He just came back from an adventurous trip to Alaska and tells us about how what gear he took and how he is going to organize and post-process thousands of pictures!

In-depth Interview #2: The Public Domain Project at Pond5

Lucas Maciel
Lucas Maciel, Communications Management, Pond5
Lucas Maciel was the lead coordinator of Pond5’s The Public Domain Project, an effort to make some of the world’s most valuable and historical audiovisual assets available to all media makers for free. Before that, he had a pretty diverse experience as ad agency planner, circus performer, and trend hunter, which suits well with Pond5’s culture of having artists in its staff as to better serve its artists’ audience.

Workflow: Hollywood is Getting Behind in Tech

Michael Kammes
Michael Kammes, Director of Technology and Marketing, Key Code Media
Part 2 of our series on “Everything Old is New Again” (click here for Part 1) has Michael Kammes, Director of Technology & Marketing at Key Code Media, discussing codecs for non-scripted and reality. Why are these companies using old methodologies and which newcomers are moving into 4K?
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BuZZ Flashback

August 11, 2011

Cinematographer Dan Kneece discussed filming lions in the Serengeti as part of an upcoming African feature film; still in post-production.