Nov 16, 2012
Join Larry Jordan and Michael Horton this week as they talk with:
Natasha Deganello Giraudie, CEO/Founder, Micro-Documentaries
Natasha Deganello Giraudie, CEO & founder of Micro-Documentaries, managed crews from many corners of the world to produce a series of 3-4 minute films of young people demonstrating how they live, work and engage with technology. The project was sponsored by Cisco. We talk with her about what she did.
Grant Burton, Producer/Digital Analyst, Royal Australian Air Force
There is a continuing conversation about the business model of broadcast television. Where’s the money going to come from as audiences get smaller, and sponsors concentrate their efforts on more targeted media. Grant Burton, Editor with the Royal Australian Air Force return to the BuZZ to update us on the future of TV in Australia!
Ben Alpi and Jeff Handy, Cowboy Creed
Here’s another chance to learn how filmmakers get their projects done. Ben Alpi wrote and directed, and Jeff Handy edited, the short film “Cowboy Creed.” It was shot on 16mm, which is really unusual these days, and premiered recently in Los Angeles. We want to find out why they shot on film, how hard it was to work with, and how they completed their project.
Andrew Little, CEO, Red Giant Software
Red Giant Software continues finding exciting small companies to partner with. This summer, CrumblePop joined up with Red Giant. Andrew Little, CEO, Red Giant, stops by to talk about the new partnership, their latest products, and why they partnered with CrumblePop.
Philip Hodgetts, CEO, Intelligent Assistance
Earlier in the show, we heard Grant Burton’s take on the future of television. Philip Hodgetts, CEO of Intelligent Assistance, has a different perspective, which is rooted on the economies of the micro-audience and micro-payments. He’s been talking about this for a while, but we decided it would be a good contrast to hear from both Grant and Philip in the same show.