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 or industry professional.
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Join host Larry Jordan as he talks with:
Brandon Miller, Filmmaker, Charity Films, suddenly found himself homeless, but rather than give up, it gave him a purpose: to create a film on what it’s like to be homeless. We check back with Brandon and discover his amazing story.
Jessica Sitomer, president of The Greenlight Coach, returns to begin our look back at 2009. The economy has been terrible, but some folks are successful. What did they do and what can the rest of us learn from it.
Jonathan Handel, Of Counsel at TroyGould, specializes in entertainment and technology. He reviews some of the key news in 2009, from Comcast’s purchase of NBC to the continued turmoil in the Guilds.
Bruce Nazarian, The Digital Guy, has done more than anyone else to bring the creation of Blu-ray Discs within reach of just about all of us. As a regular on the Buzz, he joins our review of 2009 with his thoughts on opportunities found and missed.
Philip Hodgetts, CEO, Intelligent Assistance, continues our review of 2009 with a look at the leading technology news from last year.
Jackie Lee, Director of Sales for Company 3, represents a post-production company that calls itself “independent film friendly.” What does that mean in this time of collapsing budgets and “one-man-bands?”
Michael Horton, Head-cutter, Final Cut Pro User Group in Los Angeles, concludes our review of 2009, with a look at user groups, training, and the need for all of us to help each other.
You can’t find people or interviews like this anywhere else! It’s another fascinating show – all the information you need now to know what’s coming next!
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