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James Capparelle, DPA Microphones Marketing Representative meets with Broadcast Beat writer and Recruiter/Career Navigator Pamela Kleibrink Thompson at NAB Show

James Capparelle and Anne Berggrein

I met James Capparelle, Marketing Representative, DPA Microphones from New York, NY at my first NAB Show in 2014 and asked him what advice he would have for someone who has never been to the NAB Show before. James advised, “Know what you are interested in seeing before you arrive because it is a big show!” I was surprised at how quiet the audio equipment area was. Plush carpeting muffled my footsteps as I walked past mixing boards and oscillators.

I asked James why he attends the NAB Show. “I attend as an exhibitor to represent DPA Microphones, a high quality microphone manufacturer located just outside of Copenhagen, Denmark.”

He told me the best place to meet people at NAB is “On the show floor at the booths you are most interested in.”

He wants readers of Broadcast Beat to know “DPA makes the finest quality high SPL condenser microphones on the market, and if they are looking for clarity, transparency and reliability in a microphone to search no further.”

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Pamela Kleibrink Thompson is an internationally-acclaimed recruiter, career coach and animation veteran (production manager on The Simpsons, ink and paint supervisor on Paramount's animated feature Bebe's Kids.) Pamela is a popular speaker at colleges, film festivals and entertainment industry conferences around the world.She has presented courses at SIGGRAPH in San Diego, Boston, and Los Angeles; was the commencement speaker at Art Institute of Tampa, and taught the Career Realities course at Gnomon School of Visual Effects.Pamela was named one of the Top Ten Recruiters by Animation Magazine and has worked with clients around the world such as Disney Feature Animation, Technicolor in Beijing, Framestore in London, and Lucas Animation in Singapore.She has written for over 80 publications including Computer Graphics, Animation Magazine, U.S. Art, Media History Digest, Apple Directions, Art Business News, Idaho Arts Quarterly, and Animation World Network.
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