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Digital Production Buzz – Oct. 4, 2012

  • Create the Right Sound for Your Project
  • Comparing Canon to Sony Cameras for Production
  • A Look Inside the L.A. Post-Production User Group
  • Insight into the State of Television Today

GUESTS: Woody Woodhall, Tony Robinson, Wendy Woodhall, and Philip Hodgetts

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New interviews every week! Join Larry Jordan and Michael Horton as they talk with:

Woody Woodhall, President, Allied Post Audio

The best way to improve the quality of your picture is to improve the quality of your sound. But how? Woody Woodhall, CAS, is President of Allied Post Audio in Santa Monica, CA. and is a highly-respected supervising sound editor, sound-designer and re-recording mixer for independent feature films and television programming. We want to talk with him about audio and post-production.

Tony Robinson, Executive Director, KICKS Ministries

Recently, Tony Robinson, Executive Director of KICKS Ministries, shot two movies back-to-back, one using Canon DSLR cameras, and the other using a Sony FX100. We want to talk with him about what he liked about each system and how he’ll decide which camera to use in the future. We also want to learn if the different cameras require a different style of shooting.

Wendy Woodhall, Founder, LAPPG

Wendy Woodhall co-founded the Los Angeles Post Production Group (LAPPG) four years ago with her husband, Woody, and serves as the organization’s Executive Director. She’s been in the entertainment industry for 18 years in various capacities including television production, publicity, marketing and product placement but her passion currently is the creation and growth of the LAPPG. We talk with her this week about what it takes to make a user group work.

Philip Hodgetts, CEO, Intelligent Assistance

Philip Hodgetts, CEO of Intelligent Assistance, is a regular on The Buzz and he returns this week to comment on his recent blog about the state of television today. Philip’s insights are always interesting and informed. This is one segment you don’t want to miss.

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