Aug 20, 2010
Join host Larry Jordan, and co-host Michael Horton, as they talk with:,
Bruce Sharpe, CEO of Singular Software, creates products that synchronize video by listening the audio. His hit product - PluralEyes - is now available for Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, and Vegas. And he's getting ready to introduce PluralEye's baby brother -DualEyes. We invited him to drop in and explain why so many people are so excited about these products!
Paul Andrews, SVP Sales and Marketing, TelVue Corporation, specializes in live Internet streaming technology for the broadcast market. There are about a bazillion streaming companies out there - we want to find out what makes Telvue special. And, even more importantly, why is a broadcaster even messing with live streaming?
Greg Prentiss, Director of Sales - US for Autoscript, specializes in teleprompters. We invited him on to explain why there are so many different prompters, how to pick the one that's right for you, and to discuss why prompters today are more than a piece of glass and a mirror.
Jonathan Handel, Of Counsel at Troy/Gould, is our regular legal maven. This week, we invited him not to talk about the latest crisis in the Hollywood entertainment industry, but to explain the significance of a strike that DIDN'T happen - the Teamsters.
You can't find people or interviews like this anywhere else! It's another fascinating show - all the information you need now to know what's coming next