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Roll Over, Beethoven! eyeball Reacquaints New York With A “Classic” Pop Icon: Wolfgang Amadeus “MozArt”

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Throughout November, WQXR 105.9 FM, New York’s only classical station, will celebrate a musical genius with “Month of Mozart,” an immersive festival dedicated to one of classical music’s most-beloved composers. As with “Beethoven Awareness Month,” which launched in 2011, WQXR has once again turned to creative strategic design agency eyeball to brand and promote what […]

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Eric Smith, Founder and President of Auralex® Acoustics, Continues to Share His Knowledge Through Lectures and Speaking Engagements Nationwide

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— Ongoing series of events sees Smith traveling to schools and conferences to educate students, faculty and industry veterans alike — INDIANAPOLIS, IN, November 7, 2013 – Eric Smith, Founder and President of Auralex® Acoustics, Inc., the world’s leading brand of acoustical treatments, is continuing to share his knowledge far and wide, as he has […]

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Focusrite’s RedNet System Helps Georgia Southern University’s Ambitious Electronic Ensemble Music Program Push the Boundaries of Music Recording and Composition

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Eight RedNet 1 units offer precision 24-bit A-D and D-A conversion and I/O for bringing in analog audio signals from the program’s studio and delivering them digitally to any part of the campus’ network Los Angeles, CA, November 7, 2013 – RedNet, Focusrite’s flagship range of Ethernet-networked audio interfaces, based around the Dante Ethernet protocol, […]

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Five Questions with Go For Sisters Director John Sayles

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Childhood friends Bernice (LisaGay Hamilton) and Fontayne (Yolanda Ross) have been out of touch for a few years. When they reconnect, during an early sequence in John Sayles’ 18th feature film Go For Sisters, it is over a desk. Bernice, a parole officer, sits before folders of rap sheets to one side; Fontayne, a former junkie and criminal, fidgets on the other.  It doesn’t take long, however, for the circumstance to turn from professional to personal. When Bernice’s drug running son vanishes near the Mexican border, she calls on Fontayne to help track him down. The two women head South, ...

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ATSC names Dolan as Technology and Standards group chair – Rapid tv news

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ATSC names Dolan as Technology and Standards group chair Rapid tv news He also currently chairs the ATSC Data Broadcasting Specialist Group (TG1/S13), co-chairs the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) Working Groups on Digital Closed Captioning… See on www.rapidtvnews.com

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A Rising Tide: On the Benefits of the CAAM Fellowship

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My journey as a filmmaker has had its share of ups and downs. I am both Asian American and queer, and both identities are often contained in niche boxes in the film world. Right after receiving my graduate degree in screenwriting, I co-wrote and produced an indie film that premiered at Sundance, was acquired and theatrically released — a groundbreaking event at the time for an Asian American-themed film. The following years were a blur of studio rewrites, a spec sale, and many near misses. The successes were few and far between but it was enough to keep me afloat ...

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