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Digital Production Buzz — September 12, 2013

  • The Geek Groom Captures his own Wedding
  • Autodesk Announces Rental Pricing – Is This The Future?
  • The Making – and Controversy – of “Unclaimed”
  • “Studio City” – Wacky, Irreverent, and Fascinating

GUESTS: Michael Kammes, Marc Hamaker, Michael Jorgenson, and Nick Howell

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Join Larry Jordan and co-host Michael Horton as they talk with:

Michael Kammes, Director, Technology & Marketing, Key Code Media

What makes a wedding unique? A bride, a groom and a POV camera. Buzz Regular Michael Kammes taped his wedding from the groom’s point of view and the video exploded on the web. Discover what its like to be “The Geek Groom” when we talk to Michael about what he did… and why.

Marc Hamaker, Senior Manager Product Marketing, Autodesk, Inc

This week, Autodesk announced “Pay as you go” pricing on their popular video products. This closely follows the subscription model first announced by Adobe with their Creative Cloud release. Is software rental the wave of the future? Marc Hamaker, Sr. Mgr. of Product Marketing at Autodesk gives us the details.

Michael Jorgenson, Writer, Producer, Director, “Unclaimed,” Myth Merchant Films

Moving, emotional and controversial, the documentary “Unclaimed” is set to open Westdocs next week. Written, produced and directed by Emmy-award winner Michael Jorgenson, Michael joins us this week to describe the production.

Nick Howell, Producer, “Studio City”

Comedy works on the web and Nick Howell has been editing the wacky, irreverent and completely silly series, “Studio City.” He joins us this week to explain how each show is created.

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