Monthly Archives: April 2013

NAB Grabs 2013 – Episode 2 – Red Giant – BulletProof for Meta

My boy asks me (ever so innocently).. “Is NAB a Christian organization?” And, indeed, NAB likely contains many Christians at work, but no, NAB itself is not – as you may have noticed with Episode 1 featuring the famous atheist, Penn Teller. So, viewer aware!

NAB-ShowHere’s another gig from the NABShow – “Red Giant – BulletProof” Meta Data love (for people who don’t own Adobe Creative Cloud – which includes Prelude for injesting, logging and commenting on Meta.)
NAB Streaming Live from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. PT, April 8 – 11 at NabShow.com
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NAB Grabs 2013 – Episode 1 – What’s Next Online?

It’s a good time to re-calculate your software and hardware needs as you work on your next film, short or webisode.

It looks like the NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) is going to be THE place where the big dogs hold out for their yearly updates. Iterations may speed up with today’s awesome technologies, however, and bring more sizzle to other big shows globally. That’ll be fun, too!

Streaming Live from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. PT, April 8 – 11 at NabShow.com

Show begins at 9 AM Pacific today (Wed. April 10) and tomorrow (Thurs. April 11)

Broadcast Minds™ – Internet Content Creators Talk What’s Next Online –

Speakers: Jim Louderback , Bruce Gersh , Tom Green , Penn Jillette , Shira Lazar

Description: Advancements in the television industry are moving more quickly in the last two years than in the previous two decades. The on-going democratization of technology, social media, and access to the Internet through mobile devices is redefining what it means to be a “broadcaster.” This trend is pushing content creators of all kinds to think differently about how to develop, produce and distribute online video content. Consumers have unmatched access to the niche entertainment programming they want to watch, and now, they have the ability to influence the outcome of online TV shows through real-time social media participation. This session will explore how today’s creative, big-thinking media entrepreneurs are finding new ways to produce TV-quality shows online and build loyal audiences.
Broadcast Minds is a trademark of NewTek, Inc.

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