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Breakthrough
Julia Belle How do you become a Hollywood Film Producer? Or a Second Assistant Director? Or a Gaffer? Truth is, theyre not particularly straight-forward questions to answer. But that doesnt mean you should give up there and start working in a jam factory as your school careers advisor recommended.
Tags: iss113 | Anattic | Tucano | Director | Gaffer | Film Producer | Julia Belle
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Chasing ratings
Dick Hobbs. As everyone is no doubt aware, the BBCs core structures are being investigated at the moment as part of the renewal of its charter. The political bodies set up to do this are made up largely of anti-BBC people, so we are in for interesting times.
Tags: iss104 | bbc | programme | producer | audience | ratings | market research | dick hobbs | Dick Hobbs.
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Moving voiceovers into the 21st century
Leigh Emmerson There was a time when the only way to get a voiceover for your production was by contacting a voiceover agent who would obligingly send over a CD or two full of voiceover sparkle and you and your client would choose one, schlep on down to a studio and pay a small fortune to sit on a swanky sofa and watch said sparkle record your script.
Tags: iss101 | audio | voiceover industry | video producer | studio | dat tape | Leigh Emmerson
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Leading digital cinematography seminar with Matt Siegel
Matt Siegel Multiple-award-winning film producer and cinematographer Matt Siegel chose a Leader LV5381 four-input multi-SDI monitor for use during his recent seminar on Digital Cinematography at The Maine Media Workshops.
Tags: iss083 | Matt Siegel | Leader LV5381 | monitor | workshop | cinematography | seminar | digital | article | media workshops | maine | producer | Matt Siegel
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Peter Savage asks: Is the 1980s vision still relevant today?
[author] In the late 1980s, the whole of the broadcast world changed for what, I believe, was the better. The BBC introduced Producer Choice, which meant that commissioners of programmes were for the first time allowed to look outside the BBC to make programmes.
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Making the content factory a reality
N/A The expression content factory has been around for a while and in a number of contexts. Is this a realistic concept? Can we producers, facilities, broadcasters embrace the idea of process in the manufacturing sense, or is making content for television and the new digital platforms too different to making biscuits or cars?
Tags: three media assosiates | iss044 | content | producers | facilities | broadcasters | TMA | fore tv | msa focus | N/A
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The Prism Sound Effect
N/A When Prism Sound took over the SADiE brand last year, it embarked on a fact-finding mission to discover why the brand had such a huge and extremely dedicated international user base. This process has been extremely enlightening and has enabled Prism Sound to respond with SADiE 6 - a new product for professional sound editors that is sure to enhance the brands already strong reputation.
Tags: iss036 | prism | sadie | sound | audio | post suite | radio producer | mastering suite | workflow | editing | mixing | N/A
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