HEADLINES: Editing Black Swan, new mobile services from Market 7, and looking forward to 2011 – all this and more on this week’s show!
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We have another special holiday program on tap for this week’s show. Join host Larry Jordan as he talks with:
Andrew Weisblum, Editor, Black Swan
Avid Technology tels us that their post workflows are becoming more and more mobile. For the feature film Black Swan, editor Andrew Weisblum sometimes found himself cutting live on set with Avid Media Composer on his laptop. During dance rehearsals, footage was captured with a Flip cam, Canon 5D/7D and rough sequences were pieced together immediately. Wow! What a bunch of incompatible media… how did he do it?
– – – A LOOK AHEAD TO 2011 – – –
Last week, we looked back at 2010. This week, we point in the other direction and take a look ahead at 2011. What are the key trends we need to watch? What gear should we buy? And how are we going to make money in this new world we are moving into?
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Oliver Peters, Owner/Editor, Oliver Peters Post Production Services, LLC.
Oliver Peters, award-winning video/film editor, colorist, post prodution supervisor and consultant. He also is a contributing editor/writer for Videography, DV and TV Technology magazines. We’ve asked him to break out his crystal ball and tell us where he thinks technology hardware will take us in 2011. Wait till you hear what he has to say!
Philip Hodgetts, CEO, Intelligent Assistance
Nobody knows technology like Philip Hodgetts, president of Intelligent Assistance. What technology do we need to watch in the coming year? Is the chaos in the marketplace going to continue, or will we see a movement toward consolidation. Philip has his fingers on the pulse of the industry and shares his diagnosis with us this week.
Jonathan Handel, Entertainment Labor Reporter, Hollywood Reporter
Jonathan Handel, entertainment labor reporter for the Hollywood Reporter, covers the legal, union, and labor issues in Hollywood for The Buzz. Last week he looked back at the labor turmoil in 2010. This week, he looks ahead to 2011. And as rocky as 2010 was, 2011 promises to be even worse. Learn why this week!
Bruce Nazarian, The Digital Guy
Bruce Nazarian, The Digital Guy, has his feet in two camps: optical media and music. Last week, we covered optical media. This week, we will look at audio trends for the new year. What’s hot in both audio performance and audio production? What trends do we need to watch, and why? Find out all the answers this week!
Seth Kenvin, CEO, Market7
Market7 has a growing customer base of video producers, marketing teams, ad agencies, and studios who are increasingly demanding access to their video production management tools on the go. Recently, Market7 announced that it is meeting that need with FULL mobile support for its flagship video services. CEO Seth Kenvin joins us this week on The BuZZ to explain why it is finally time to harness the power of The Cloud.
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