Third of Millennials Watch No Broadcast TV
Thirty-four percent of millennials surveyed watch mostly online video or no broadcast television, new research from The New York Times says.
It’s Coming! The New Zeiss 55mm f/1.4 … Otus?
Zeiss has officially released all of the details around their elite new line of lenses which they are calling Otus. Otus? That’s almost as weird as Touit.
How to Set Up Menus for Cinematic Capture on the Canon 1DC
There are many functions you will need to turn off and on to finesse the camera to deliver the quality of images, just like I did with the 5D MK II.
Documentary Profiles: Mark Benjamin
Mark Benjamin has spent the last 30 years building his reputation as a director and cinematographer through his work in film and television. We asked him to talk a little bit more about his career, including some of the inspiration behind projects such as the Peabody Award-winning series Brick City that he created with filmmaker Marc Levin.
Audio Post for Reality TV: One Mixer’s Workflow
I keep busy as a supervising sound editor and rerecording mixer doing, among other things, reality television programming. It is a fast paced process with rigorous requirements for audio deliverables.
Discovery, BBC Go Separate Ways in Amicable Split
Discovery and the BBC are splitting up, with the companies saying Wednesday that the decision to end their long co-production partnership is mutual.
Pixar Canada Closed in Surprise Move; Disney Lays Off 100 Employees
Reversing the recent trend of digital production migrating to Canada, Disney has decided to shutter Pixar Canada in Vancouver, eliminating about 100 jobs north of the border.
Producers Guild to Honor Disney Chief Bob Iger with Milestone Award
The Milestone Award is the Guild’s highest honor, recognizing an individual or team who has made historic contributions to the entertainment industry.
Two Companies in Web Video Are Expected to Merge
The combined company will be named Defy Media and will focus on entertaining people ages 12 to 34.
The Many Worlds of Darren Aronofsky
Around the time of this interview, Aronofsky was told by ILM that they had just done the most complicated rendering in the company’s history involving the animals on the Ark.