Mar 26, 2010
Join hosts Larry Jordan and Michael Horton, as they talk with:
Kim Shaffir, editor for CBS News has been working for CBS for more than 25 years, and editing for the Evening News for 12 of them. News gathering and editing has been changing rapidly over the last decade. We talk with her this week about the challenges of editing news, the latest technology, and the inside scoop on the stories we watch each night.
Philippa Burgess, Entertainment Professional & Partner for Creative Convergence Inc. helps writers find markets for their work She has a three-step process that she teaches to improve visibility and increase success in selling stories. She's a frequent speaker at trade shows across North America and she joins us this week to share her thoughts.
Michael Inchalik, Exec. Vice-President of Lowry Digital, helped design the very first digital film scanner for Kodak. He's be at the leading edge of creating the Cineon system, today's standard for digital film work. And how he's helping Lowery Digital figure out where the future is heading in the brave new tapeless world we are plunging into. We are looking forward to talking with him.
New at this year's NAB Show is the Post Pit - a place for creative professionals to meet and discuss industry trends and technology. This week, we talk with Bruce Nazarian, The Digital Guy, and Cirina Catania, producer of the Digital Production Buzz and co-producer of the Post Pit, about what to expect at this new meeting place on the show floor.
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!