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Content Insider #549 - Show Me
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Content Insider #549 - Show Me
We like the most recent news that folks like Google, YouTube and Facebook are adding people to help their systems choose good and bad content. Too many people are putting unwavering faith in the technology that is supposed to make their job easier and their decisions easier. Somehow that doesn't really work for the video content we develop, distribute and view. Too many variables are involved including things like "this is what I feel like right now, right here." Even a couch potato has something going on in his/her mind - even at the subconscious level - or they'd forget to breath. The new standards that are being rolled out will make content even richer, better, more intense but it will still require people who know how to produce great content and who appreciate it. Otherwise it will be a real waste. Read More

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OWC President, Jen Soule, Named Finalist In 14th Annual Stevie(r) Awards for Women In Business
OWC President, Jen Soule, Named Finalist In 14th Annual Stevie(r) Awards for Women In Business
Other World Computing, a leading zero emissions Mac and PC technology company, announced today that company President Jen Soule was named a Finalist in the Female Executive of the Year - Consumer Products category in the 14th annual Stevie(r) Awards for Women in Business, and will ultimately be a Gold, Silver, or Bronze Stevie Award winner in the program. Read More
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Watch The Hands
Watch The Hands
Most people can do one or two card tricks - even if we do them poorly. But watch a card like Richard Turner and you'll quickly put the deck back in your pocket. Learn that he is a blind card magician and you'll never touch a deck again. Dealt is more than a documentary about Turner's amazing slight-of-hand, it's about overcoming the odds. Dealt is opening at select theatres across the country but you can find out here why indie filmmakers deliver entertainment that needs to be seen. Read More
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Capturing the Realities of Hollywood Success in "This is Meg" with Blackmagic Design
Capturing the Realities of Hollywood Success in
Wrangling the monster that is the Hollywood movie industry is no small feat. Professional filmmaker Alex Ferrari has encountered his fair share of production headaches, from last-minute project cancellations to the notion that a successful film requires a massive budget and huge stars. With today's technology on his side, Ferrari began planning for an entirely different kind of project. Read More
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Behind the Scenes of the Gritty Drama "The Things We've Seen"
Behind the Scenes of the Gritty Drama
In the new indie film "The Things We've Seen," a struggling town is devastated when the local mill catches fire, eliminating most of the town's jobs. Rayford Boem (Randy Ryan) is soon accused of arson by Sheriff Pascal (John D. Carver) but won't go down without a fight and organizes an armed resistance. Soon, word of Rayford's actions reaches his family, and his teenage son Reagan (Jarrett Maier) sets out to find his father and help fix what's gone wrong. Read More
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Content Insider #532 - Content Delivery
Content Insider #532 - Content Delivery
There's more and better content available today than you can possibly view in a lifetime thanks to great work indie filmmakers are doing. The key is getting the right titles to come to your attention to invest your time in viewing. You could let the network tell you what they think is best for you but that kinda sucks. No it's more fun, more enlightening to find the best stuff off the beaten path like at Vimeo. The key will be new technology that enables richer content to get to your screen regardless of where you're watching it. At IBC we'll hear the promises and at SMPTE we'll hear about the progress that has been made. Hint - It's all good and getting better! Read More
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Capturing the Horror of "The Atoning" with Blackmagic Design
Capturing the Horror of
Family drama unfolds and demons arise in the new indie supernatural thriller, "The Atoning." The film follows a family that is haunted by the horrors of their past, with the parents (Virginia Newcomb, Michael LaCour) trying to protect their young son Sam (Cannon Bosarge) from a dark secret that will tear them all apart. Read More

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