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Broadcast News, How-To Channel
Economic, easy-to-use video equipment is helping thousands to express themselves, tell a story. A new breed of broadcasters are also emerging who want to take their shows, programs beyond social media postings. The growth of robust OTT (over the top) streaming video has paved the way for customized TV channels to emerge for business, education, personal shows. For 10 years an OTT TV channel - The Tech Buzz - has been airing a weekly show dedicated to helping enthusiast and professional broadcasters shoot, produce and stream their shows with increasing quality to win a broader and broader following. Throwing something up on the Internet and hoping people view it is easy. Doing it like a pro is a continuing learning process and ...practice! Read More

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Surprising Experiences with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera
Surprising Experiences with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera
When writer/director Deep Williams (no relation) found me through my work as DOP on "American Pastime" (Warner Brothers/2008), he was looking for a specific look and feel for his upcoming short film project, "The Sac Fly." He liked the feel of the imagery created for "American Pastime," where the images play a big part in creating the mood and help tell the undercurrents of the story. His pitch had me from the beginning-a dramatic story of racial inequality, told with black and white imagery. The issue became not one of "can I" or "will I" do it, as I was obviously interested, but one of budget. Read More
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Fractal Visuals
Fractal Visuals
One might think an 18 year old film student would be just starting to learn the ropes of the film world. But John Byron Hanby IV, a freshman at The University of Texas at Austin, already has years of experience under his belt. He even started his own production company when he was just 16. Discovering his passion for filmmaking at age eight while making a documentary about his local martial arts studio, John began to dabble in short films and corporate videos. In December 2012, he founded his production company, Fractal Visuals. Read More
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Peter Jackson Helping to Open WWI Museum After 'Hobbit' Wrap
 Peter Jackson Helping to Open WWI Museum After 'Hobbit' Wrap
Director Peter Jackson said Wednesday he's putting his energy into helping launch a museum to commemorate World War I after finishing his Hobbit movie trilogy. Jackson was speaking at his New Zealand post-production facility where he was helping host an event to promote the local film industry. Jackson is a World War I history buff who owns a number of planes from the era. Jackson said Wednesday, that's where most of my time is now, which is good.

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CES: Millennials Value Netflix More Than Broadcast or Cable, Study Finds
 CES: Millennials Value Netflix More Than Broadcast or Cable, Study Finds
A recent study from NATPE/Content First and the Consumer Electronics Association has found that Netflix subscriptions are more valuable to millennials than broadcast and cable subscriptions. The initial findings of the joint research study, the second such project from NATPE and CEA in as many years, were presented during International CES in Las Vegas on Thursday. The biggest takeaway was just how important streaming has become to how millennials, the generation defined as people ages 13 to 34, consume TV content. According to the study, 51 percent of millennials consider Netflix subscriptions very valuable, compared to 42 percent for broadcast channels and 36 percent for cable subscriptions.

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Sharp Promises 'reasonable Price' for New, Ultra-HD TVs
 Sharp Promises 'reasonable Price' for New, Ultra-HD TVs
A senior executive said, Sharp aims to sell its latest, super high-definition TVs later this year at a "reasonable price," as the company tries to stay ahead of other consumer electronics makers offering 4K TVs. Sharp unveiled new high-resolution TVs, tentatively named "Beyond 4K" at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Monday. The TV screens will have 66 million sub pixels, or 42 million more than standard 4K TVs. Read More
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Q&A with Ian Hamilton, CTO of Signiant
Q&A with Ian Hamilton, CTO of Signiant
We can't just brush off successful attacks as someone else's bad security practices. We all need to be smarter about security, which means learning from what happened and letting go of outdated thinking. It's no longer about thinking you can completely defend against every possible cyber attack, but also about monitoring and adjusting practices as quickly as the attackers do. Read More
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Roku to Be Built Into More TVs in 2015
 Roku to Be Built Into More TVs in 2015
At CES 2015 the streaming player announced that the streaming device will be built into even more TV sets in 2015. Last year, Roku announced a partnership with TV makers HiSense and TCL to integrate its content device directly into an HDTV. This year, the company is increasing its number of TV partners and will also be working on a prototype 4K Roku TV product. Roku has sold more than 10 million of its streaming players in the U.S. alone.

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The Evolution of the Consumer Electronics Show
 The Evolution of the Consumer Electronics Show
Another January, another CES. Since 1967 The Consumer Electronics Show, held annually in Las Vegas, Nevada, has been a fixture of the technology calendar. The first show was held in June in New York City. Since then, CES has showcased the debut of an array of world-changing technologies: the VCR in 1970, the camcorder in 1981, the CD player in 1981, the MiniDisc in 1993, the DVD in 1996, the digital radio in 2000, the Xbox in 2001, Blu-ray in 2003. Read More
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Documentary Express
Documentary Express
Plenty of people move to Hollywood in the hopes of becoming an actor or filmmaker. In order to find regular work and make a successful career out of it, it really helps to learn the ropes from someone who has experienced it firsthand. It certainly takes a lot of hard work to be successful, as Michael Buffo knows. After all, not only has he found success as an actor and filmmaker, but he also began two production companies and a school to share his knowledge with the next generation of young actors and filmmakers. The MCOE site features a Digital Media Lab with computers and state of the art editing software, a black box theater, a high definition television studio with professional control rooms and a radio station designed for broadcast as well as podcast production. Read More
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Digital Juice Pilot Pro
Digital Juice Pilot Pro
Digital Juice has been around as a company for nearly two decades, serving up stock footage for editors of all kinds. In the early days, Digital Juice delivered physical media to members. These days, the company is expanding the way it does business, so you can expand your business. The Pilot program is similar to a beta launch phase, but you're not on your own, Digital Juice Community embedded in the subscription will help everyone out. Read More

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Fun now. Don`t have to wait for CES to end
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CES 2015: New Laptop
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CES 2015: Speaker VAMP
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