Apr 17, 2010
NAB Show 07 - April 16, 2010
The 2010 NAB Show in Las Vegas ended Thursday, but our coverage of the show continues for two more shows as we catch up on literally hundreds of interviews. Located directly on the show floor, the Digital Production Buzz booth was set right in the heart of the action at the show.
This is the seventh in our series of NAB Special Reports.
Today's show starts with Barb Dehart, VP of Marketing for Telestream, about the new enhancements to their compression line of products.
Eliot Mack, Founder and CEO of Lightcraft Technology, who co-invented the Roomba robotic vacuum, then turned that knowledge into creating a real-time virtual studio that fits into a suitcase.
Philip Hodgetts, CEO of Intelligent Assistance, gives us his take on all the 3D announcements at NAB.
Mitch Jacobson is a producer, director, and editor, specializing in multi-camera productions. (He recently edited a 26 camera music video for Sir Paul McCarthey!) He's written a book on editing multicamera and joins us today to talk about it. (Oh, and if you listen, you'll learn on how you can edit your own 18 camera music video with Sir Paul.)
Michael Accardi is the President of Anton/Bauer. He joins us today to talk about the choices available in battery technology, how to pick the right battery for your needs, and where battery technology is headed.
Charles D'Autremont, Chief Technical Officer of Cinedeck, has created a new solid-state-drive specifically designed to replace HD tape decks. He's brings a working copy with him to show.
And Michael Kammes, another of our Special Correspondents, provides his thoughts on his favorite new software showcased in the South Hall.
We've posted dozens of news reports and over 140 interviews in our hourly News Briefs from our reporters covering the show. For all the latest news, visit www.nabshowbuzz.com.
The Producer for our NAB coverage is Cirina Catania.