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Honoring A Landmark Animator: Richard Williams, Dead At 86

  It comes with great sadness in announcing that today renowned landmark animator Richard Williams has died at the age of 86. Williams was a gifted voice actor, a gifted writer, as well as an uber-genius best known for his work in animation. Many of Williams’s most notable contributions to animation included films such as The Pink Panther Series, starring ...

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IFTA And Other Movie Industry Groups Seek Government Intervention In Stopping Online Piracy

  IFTA And Other Movie Industry Groups Seek Government Intervention In Stopping Online Piracy  In this day and digitally integrated age, piracy is a major, if not a much larger concern more than ever before. In fact, any individual or group who illegally distributes copyrighted material should face the consequences of their actions. The many entities out there that still ...

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Inside Season 4 of “Veronica Mars” (Article 1 of 2)

Veronica Mars director Scott Winant on the set (©2019 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.  All Rights Reserved.) There’s never been a more exciting time to be a connoisseur of great television than right now. And the new season of Veronica Mars, which premiered last month on Hulu, is Exhibit A for why that is. This series has come a long way ...

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Radio Pros And Industry Execs Gather At 2019 Radio Show To Determine The Future Of Radio 

Every industry has its challenges, and part of facing those challenges is determining whether that industry has the adaptability to embrace the future. However, change is an inevitable factor that constantly works to illustrate the evolutionary cycle of any industry titan, and that will be the driving anchor of the 2019 Radio Show this Fall. The 2019 Radio Show will ...

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Podcast Movement 2019 On Exhibit

    Live at the Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel in Orlando, Florida, as PODCAST MOVEMENT 2019 (PM19) goes underway. Within just a few short hours, this place will be crowded with podcasters from all walks of life as they come together to attend one of the largest podcasting events of the year. If you’re a podcaster or looking to be ...

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Podcasters Can Grow Their Podcast By Attending @PodcastMovement

  In the five years since its inception, PODCAST MOVEMENT has done well in growing to become the ultimate annual destination for podcasters of various backgrounds. PODCAST MOVEMENT has also provided unique education and networking opportunities to podcasters from all walks of life. Any podcaster who is trying to grow their podcast, or is in the process of starting one, will ...

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Zixi: Securely Delivering Live, Broadcast-quality Video Over IP

From Tim Baldwin, Head of Product, Zixi Today’s consumers want content at their fingertips. They want to consume content at any time, on any device, packaged in ways that satisfies their interests and delivered at compelling price points. Media companies recognize that they need to create more programming going to more places, and IP distribution is the best way to ...

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Technology Trends: Storage/MAM

Namdev Lisman, Executive Vice President, Primestream   Storage is the task of holding on to stuff until you need it again, and while that may seem like an un-changing and static environment, in truth it is the opposite. The industry keeps innovating and content creators keep advancing their workflows. The result is that storage and what you want from it ...

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Shaking Off The Shackles Of AR

By Phil Ventre, VP Sports and Broadcast, Ncam While augmented reality for broadcast is still in a relatively nascent stage, its usage is finally moving away from the gimmicky ‘new toy’ stage; AR graphics are becoming an integral part of programme content, and sophisticated audiences are demanding hyper-real, believable graphics that are fully immersed in the real-world environment. The sports ...

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How Podcasters Can Market Their Creative Voices @IBCShow

Creativity is not merely a quality we all have inside of us. In much higher terms, it is a basis for establishing one’s identity. There are many ways a person can form their identity through their creativity. Now that we live in a more digitally oriented age of technological innovation, we have more than enough means of expressing ourselves and ...

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Mo-Sys Camera Motion Systems Paves The Way For More Innovative Filmmaking

      As a visual medium, film incorporates many technical aspects within its framework. On a basic level, making a film is as easy as using an average camera to make the typical home movies that serve as part of an early experimentation process. Today, a film can be made on a low budget with a standard digital camera. ...

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Discovery’s “Serengeti,” the Real Circle of Life in All Its Magnificence

Kali the lioness and her cubs, who are prominently featured in Discovery Channel’s Serengeti. (source: Discovery Communications) Discovery Channel’s new documentary series Serengeti, which premieres on August 4, is a breathtaking, visually gorgeous wonder. It’s also the type of family-friendly entertainment that parents lament there’s not nearly enough of. A press release for the series calls it “the real-life Lion ...

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JMR BlueStor SHARE Networked Storage Server for Collaborative HD to 4K Workflow Shared Storage Applications

Gordon Moore, in 1965, predicted that the number of transistors in an IC or chip doubles approximately every two years, or that IC complexity could be expanded exponentially at a reasonable cost approximately every two years. Similarly in the 1950s, IBM showcased the first hard disk drive that was the size of two refrigerators with 50”x24” platters to give 3.75MB ...

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VETV and Plura Join Forces to Help Unemployed Veterans

The interior of the ‘Denali Gold’ SuperShooter Mobile TV Truck donated to Veterans-TV by NEP. Robert Lefcovich is a man on a mission. He wants to help unemployed veterans find work in the television industry by providing them with free professional training. And thanks to a significant contribution from Ray Kalo and his company Plura, it looks like Lefcovich’s dream ...

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The Look and Sound of “Ms. Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries” (article 2 of 2)

The camera crew filming the unorthodox entrance of Peregrine Fisher (Geraldine Hakewell) into the Adventuresses’ Club in “Just Murdered,” the pilot episode of Ms. Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries. (source: Every Cloud Productions) Every Cloud Productions’ Ms. Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries (a spin-off of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries), which made its US debut in April on Acorn TV’s streaming service, is ...

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The Look and Sound of “Ms. Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries” (article 1 of 2)

Geraldine Hakewell as Peregrine Fisher, in front of the cameras and behind the wheel of her sports car, in Ms. Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries. (source: Every Cloud Productions) Every Cloud Productions’ Ms. Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries, the Australian television series which had its US premiere on Acorn TV’s streaming service this April, is both an ultra-stylish detective show with a ...

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