Business Issues:

Content Insider #385 - Cable's Saviors


The Cable Guy Has to Pay More Attention to the Boomer Plus Generation
Content Insider #385 - Cable's Saviors
People everywhere are forecasting the demise of cable TV as we know it today and it's true the number of subscribers will drop significantly over the next three-five years. But it will take years for the "here's this big gob of channels/shows at a huge monthly price" to disappear. Who will be holding up the immedaite move to OTT (Over The Top) 4K viewing when you want, where you want - on smart UHD sets, mobile devices? The boomer and post-boomer generations were raised (brainwashed) that you watched a specific show on a specific day at a specific time or else. Millenial and younger generations will only use the cable for their Internet/OTT streaming services. And when the boomers are gone... Read More

related stories


  Rss Add to Google Reader or Homepage
Featured News:
ASSIMILATE Launches SCRATCH Web
ASSIMILATE Launches SCRATCH Web
ASSIMILATE launched SCRATCH Web, the first professional cloud-based multi-user collaboration and review tool that offers individual clip, timeline, or timeline+version sharing (SCRATCH CONstruct), and native support for industry-standard RAW camera formats. Now creative professionals in the digital cinema and broadcast industry - from producers, directors, DPs, and DITs, to editors, VFX and post artists - are able to publish RAW material in any format, in any resolution, at any time, from anywhere in the world. Read More
Business Issues:
Content Insider #381 - Worlds Apart
Content Insider #381 - Worlds Apart
Whether you walk through Skywalker Ranch, Pixar's facilities or backlots, studios, lofts, backrooms, bedrooms around the globe you'll find filmmakers wanting more - more budget, more freedom, more time, more experience/expertise, more of whatever the other guy/gal has and always more storage. It's the same the world over creative people simply want more and increasingly they're worrying about keeping their content for others to enjoy again and again. It's a challenge with content that starts and stays digital and increasingly it's becoming a concern...a big concern. Read More
Project Profile:
Orlando Public Library Takes Learning to Another Level with Blackmagic Design ATEM Television Studio
Orlando Public Library Takes Learning to Another Level with Blackmagic Design ATEM Television Studio
When many people think of libraries, they think of rows upon rows of books meticulously categorized and alphabetized. Perhaps there are tables with lamps emitting a soft glow and students bent over their studies or readers lost deep in the worlds of their favorite novels. Located in 26,000 square feet of space in the Orlando Public Library, the Melrose Center expands the role of the library by offering access to hardware, software, support and programming to inspire and invigorate creativity. And according to Anthony Torres, video production instructor at the Melrose Center, it's free of charge for library cardholders. Read More
Video:
DreamWorks Animation Takes $57M Write-Down on 'Penguins of Madagascar'
 DreamWorks Animation Takes $57M Write-Down on 'Penguins of Madagascar'
DreamWorks Animation took a $57.1 million write-down primarily on the lackluster performance of Penguins of Madagascar as well as Mr. Peabody and Sherman, the beleaguered film studio announced Tuesday while posting less-than-expected quarterly financial results. The film studio run by CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg posted a loss of $3.08 per share in the fourth quarter while analysts predicted a loss of $3.01. Revenue was $234.2 million while analysts expected $246 million

 Read More
Feature:
Motion Capture x 3
Motion Capture x 3
The aptly named iPi Soft upgrade now stands at version 3. It's not just the iteration that follows 2, but it captures up to 3 people at once. Using multiple cameras (up to 16 USB cameras or multiple Kinect 2 sensors), the software allows you to capture and edit motion data on your PC. Later, you can export the data to your favorite 3D software to use as animation data. Read More
Feature:
New IRM Encryption Controls from Office 365
New IRM Encryption Controls from Office 365
Office 365 is rapidly cutting across different platforms to make its applications and services available to a larger audience. But even as Office 365 is pushing vigorously to expand its reach to more and more devices, security continues to be amongst its core values. To ensure secure experiences for its users across varying devices and platforms, Office 365 utilizes the best encryption techniques. These techniques are used in two ways; the first way is implementing encryption in the service, and the second one is offering encryption options as customer controls. Read More
Feature:
Taking BIM to Go
Taking BIM to Go
Building Information Modeling technology enables construction teams to access project files from anywhere, anytime. Read More
Feature:
Can You Afford to Upgrade Your Technology?
Can You Afford to Upgrade Your Technology?
The more relevant question is: can you afford not to upgrade your technology? You need to be laser-focused on the difference between a cost and an investment to figure out the answer. Read More
Interview:
iOgrapher At Fit Expo
iOgrapher At Fit Expo
iOgrapher is a remarkable product that can turn your iPad or iPhone into a professional field tool for production. Last year, attendees at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) visited the iOgrapher booth to see the framework in action. Since then, iOgrapher has been showing up wherever people are documenting their with iOS video. This weekend, iOgrapher flexed some muscle at The Fit Expo in Los Angeles, showing up where most people are talking about healthy lifestyle options. Read More
Interview:
Alan Bell's Unique Editing a la Fusion
Alan Bell's Unique Editing a la Fusion
Alan Edward Bell is the editor of The Hunger Games and shares with us today his highly specialized editing techniques. With an early career in a range of positions in visual effects and editing on such projects as "Duplicity," "A Few Good Men," "The Green Mile," "Water for Elephants," "The Amazing Spider-Man," and of course the more recent "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," and "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay" Parts 1 and 2, Alan Bell explains why Fusion is a fundamental part of his very unique editing with compositing process. Read More

Pano timer thingee
This is a cool little timer gizmo on a tripod.  It's only $30 for the mini tripod and spin timer that allows you to set up a really easy pano shotRead More
 
iOgrapher QuickFix for iPad Air2
If you're upgrading your iPad Air to the iPad Air 2, one of the things you may not hRead More
 
Boris FX / Imagineer Systems
If you're a member of our Digital Media Artists of Los Angeles (DMALA) group, you already know that Boris FX is one of our door prize sponsors.  YRead More
 
Fun now. Don`t have to wait for CES to end
Just for Fun Silly stuff at CES 2015 You know that there are bunch of products at CES 2015 that may not make it out in the real world, but are reaRead More
 
CES 2015: New Laptop
Laptops aren't really new, but Velocity Micro is introducing a series of laptops that are new u   Velocity MicroŽ, the premier builder of aRead More
 

copy link for RSS news feed  -  Front page articles
 more top stories :
Project Profile:
Grading Martian Landscapes with DaVinci Resolve Grading Martian Landscapes with DaVinci Resolve - Prologue's Simon Clowes Grades Opening Cinematics for Bungie's "Destiny"
Project Profile:
Grace Fellowship's A/V Grows from Humble Beginnings to the Future Grace Fellowship's A/V Grows from Humble Beginnings to the Future - With Blackmagic Design Studio Camera and ATEM 2 M/E Production Studio 4K
Case Study:
In Case of Fire, Choose Matrox Mura In Case of Fire, Choose Matrox Mura
TECH NEWS:  Rss

COMPANY NEWS:  Rss

HOT THREADS on DMN Forums
Content-type: text/html  Rss  Add to Google Reader or
Homepage    Add to My AOL  Add to Excite MIX  Subscribe in
NewsGator Online 
Real-Time - what users are saying - Right Now!
@ Copyright, 2014 Digital Media Online, All Rights Reserved