This week’s episode of the world’s only interactive talk radio for Digital Production, Post Production and Distribution is filled with great information and entertainment designed for the independent filmmaker, producer or editor.
It’s a holiday in the US, so we have pre-taped this week’s show so that everyone can be home with their families. Still, Larry Jordan hosts an incredible line-up of guests.
Steve Cone, author of Powerlines: Words that Sell Brands joins us for a fascinating discussion of how the words you use to describe your business or product make all the difference in whether people are willing to buy it. He also shares a wide variety of corporate marketing disasters that can serve as object lessons for all of us.
Stacey Parks, CEO of Film Specific, Inc., has just returned from the American Film Market (AFM) with a report on what’s selling, what isn’t, and what producers need to know in this deadly economy.
Mark Pescatore, editor, Government Video magazine and GV Expo maven, joins us with a first-look at next week’s trade show. (Next week, the Buzz will be originating live from GV Expo in Washington, DC!)
Tom Tomchak, President, Edit Creations, Inc., adds his opinions on what works for archiving tapeless media and what doesn’t – from the perspective of his own personal experience.
Luigi Tramontana, Founder and Head of R&D, Craft Animations, has created animation software that doesn’t use keyframes – it uses simulations. This means that artists can now create mind-bending 3D effects – like cars traveling over rocks, or planes flying between buildings – in real-time, simply by manipulating a joystick. Amazing stuff!
You can’t find people or interviews like this anywhere else! It’s another amazing show — all the information you need now to know what’s coming next!
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