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What’s Next for Live Streamed “Experiences”?
Electronic musician deadmau5 talks about pioneering live music streams in a recent keynote session with Streaming Media.
Radio Studios Sparkle in 2022
AoIP and other tech supports configurability, remote work and streamlining
NAB Show Announces Women’s Leadership Summit
#GALSNGEAR has teamed up with the National Association of Broadcasters to host the Women’s Leadership Summit at the 2022 NAB Show.
Complete Chaos Theory: Building the (Messy) Multiverse of “Everything Everywhere All At Once”
Creative duo Daniels take you on an adventure through the multiverse in A24’s multiple Oscar-winning “Everything Everywhere All at Once.”
“The Batman:” What It Takes to Make a Modern Masterpiece
Director Matt Reeves and cinematographer Greig Fraser create the catalyst for Warner Bros.’ new “Bat-verse” with “The Batman.”
Savage Beauty: Jane Campion Understands “The Power of the Dog”
Cinematographer Ari Wegner employs the large-format ARRI Alexa Mini LF paired with vintage lenses for her collaboration with Jane Campion.
Hulu’s “Dopesick:” Danny Strong’s Tragic Timeline of the Opioid Crisis
Exploring the US’s ongoing opioid crisis, Danny Strong adapts author Beth Macy’s “Dopesick” for a nine-episode limited series at Hulu.
Remote Magic: Global Post Services for “The Mysterious Benedict Society”
Company 3 handles dailies, color grading and sound mixing for the Disney+ original series at its Vancouver, Toronto and Los Angeles studios.
Vizrt Evolves (and Extends) Its IP-Based Sports Graphics Tools
Vizrt’s real-time virtual enhancement software for sports to include the augmented reality (AR) graphics software from Viz Arena 5.
“Language Lessons” Proves (Again) that a Good Story Doesn’t Need Great Tech (Although a Little Creative Problem Solving Never Hurt)
DP Jeremy Mackie uses Logitech cameras with filter holders, a diopter, and diffusion filters for the Zoom-based movie “Language Lessons.”
How the Limits of Filming “The Guilty” Expanded the Tension
DP Maz Makhani uses the ARRI Alexa LF and large format Hawk 65 Anamorphic lenses for his latest collaboration with director Antoine Fuqua.
High-Fidelity Holograms, Video Wallpaper, Thousands of Wearable Radios: Your 6G Future
New white paper from Rhode & Schwarz discusses the future of 6G, including high-fidelity holograms, multisensory communications, and more.
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