Get the Latest BuZZ Each Week

Digital Production Buzz — July 3, 2014

  • Analysis: Why the Aereo Case is Important
  • Frankie: A Remote Review and Approval System
  • Philip Bloom: Picking the Best 4K Camera (Pt. 2)

GUESTS: Jonathan Handel, Jeremy Pollard, and Philip Bloom

Click to listen to the current show.
(Mobile users click the MP3 player underneath image.)

*Right click on Download and “Save Link As…”

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

Jonathan Handel, OfCounsel, Troy Gould

Late last week, the Supreme Court ruled against Aereo in a copyright case brought by broadcasters. This week, Jonathan Handel, Of Counsel at TroyGould briefs us on the significance of this landmark case.

Jeremy Pollard, Product Manager, Cospective

Cospective’s new online service, Frankie 2.0, builds on the technology behind the developer’s Academy Award-winning cineSync to provide a remote shot-review and approval system that runs in an ordinary web browser. Jeremy Pollard, Product Manager, showcases their latest version and tells us how it can help us with remote collaboration.

Philip Bloom, DOP, Editor, Director

This week, we continue our interview with Philip Bloom, filmmaker and director. Recorded in London, we talk about how to pick the best 4K camera as well as when it makes sense to shoot and edit 4K video. If you are thinking about working in high-resolution media, you need to hear this interview.

The Buzz is all the information you need now to know what’s coming next!

The Digital Production BuZZ airs LIVE Thursday from 6-7 PM Pacific Daylight Time. Ask questions during the show on our Live Chat, listen live, download an episode from the archives, or subscribe to the podcast either through iTunes or our website. Whatever you do, DON’T miss this week’s show!

TAGS:    •    •    •    •  

Share the Episode