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April 23, 2012
The 'cloudy' haze of NAB
Posted By Jonathan Moser
By Jonathan Moser LAS VEGAS - Trying to navigate the broadcast geek-fest known as NAB in half-a-day is about as realistic as taking in the glories of the Sistine Chapel by looking at one fresco...but I'll try. I have to confess it's been over 20 ...
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April 20, 2012
NAB 2012 has come to a close
Posted By Mark Heitke
By Mark Heitke NAB 2012 has come to a close and man what a blur. The last day and a half have been filled to the brim! Wednesday I tackled the North Hall exhibits and caught up on the newest broadcast tech. It was really interesting to be able to see ...
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April 20, 2012
The ties that bind them
Posted By Tom Coughlin
By Tom Coughlin Coughlin Associates www.tomcoughlin.com LAS VEGAS - The 2012 NAB South Hall had an ever-growing complement of booths showing digital storage products or using those products. There were of course some smattering of storage vendors in ...
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April 19, 2012
Cab adventures at NAB
Posted By John Parenteau
By John Parenteau (Note to reader: This is a TRUE story. If anything, I cut some craziness out!) Fade in Int. cab - evening John, (46) dark haired, handsome, enters the cab. John Palazzo, please. Once the door is closed, the driver guns it, throwing ...
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April 19, 2012
NAB 2012 - Last Day
Posted By TJ Ryan
By TJ Ryan Last day at NAB and 2012 holds many meanings. My hotel room number ended with a 12, I had 12 hours of sleep since S unday, 12 is my starting hand for just about every game of blackjack that I played, my daughter is 12 and I have 12 minutes ...
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April 18, 2012
Lost At NAB + Impressive Blackmagic Camera
Posted By Andrew Kobliska
By Andrew Kobliska As many of you no-doubt know, the 2012 NAB Exhibit Floor is massive and simply overwhelming. After carefully scripting my route of attack the night before, I still found myself lost and disoriented early in the day during my ...
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April 18, 2012
NAB Day 2 Mark Heitke
Posted By Mark Heitke
The show rages on. Today was a day to check out everything cameras and production, which meant I lived in Central hall. I spent most of time visiting with camera vendors since as a Post Producer I deal with new cameras and workflows daily. Looking ...
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April 17, 2012
The languages of NAB
Posted By John Parenteau
I don't really speak any languages. I like to think I remember some of my cumulative 5 years of French, and because I'm half French, that I have a genetic predisposition to know it, but I'll be honest. I suck at it. But having some understanding of ...
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April 17, 2012
Monitor, Monitor on the wall, who's the fairest of them all?
Posted By TJ Ryan
When I come to Vegas, pressing the 6 and putting a hundred on a hard eight is a gamble I'm willing to make. But, when it comes to equipment, like monitors, I don't gamble on picture quality. I started out in this business in Telecine Dailies. Working ...
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April 17, 2012
For Us...The Winner is Premiere.
Posted By Ian Karr
I never thought I'd write this, but I think IKA Collective is going to become an Adobe Premiere house. One of the main missions I had for this year's NAB is to decide on a new editing platform. Final Cut X isn't an option for us. 99% of all editing ...
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