Jun 4, 2010
Join host Larry Jordan and co-host Michael Horton as they talk with:
Jim Tierney, president of Digital Anarchy, joins us to talk about the process of creating and updating software. When to do it? What's the process? And what are the benefits to their users?.
Mike Flanagan, CEO of Video Symphony, has spent years training film and video editors. But getting trained is only part of the process, getting a job is the other part. For this reason, Mike's written a book on how to use social media to get work. We invited him on to share some of his wisdom with the rest of us. This is the first of two segments this week on finding and keeping work..
Tom Tomchak, president of Edit Creations, is a long-time editor who wrote in his blog about what he's learned concerning keeping his company busy and attracting new clients in a down economy. We were so intrigued, we asked him to join us this week to explain his thoughts. If getting and keeping work is important to you, you'll want to hear what Tom has to say.
Philip Hodgetts, CEO of Intelligent Assistance,normally covers the technology side of the business for The Buzz. This week, though, we asked him to take a look at the trends we need to watch inside the world of DSLR video. Why do DSLR cameras record in H.264, what are the advantages and problems it causes, and what are the other alternatives?
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!