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August 2014

Christine Bunish
Christine Bunish began in publishing with an international newsmagazine group. She moved to Broadcast Management/Engineering where she helped launch World Broadcast News and later served as a writer and research director at Millimeter. She has been a freelance writer for Post Magazine for over 20 years.
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Cover Story: 'The Lone Ranger'
Published: July 8, 2013

SAN FRANCISCO — Director Gore Verbinski’s latest film for Walt Disney Pictures is not your father’s Lone Ranger, Kemosabe. With Johnny Depp playing Tonto as an American Indian spirit warrior and new leading man Armie Hammer as ex-Texas Ranger John Reid, the motion picture reboots the pop culture icons, who first appeared on the radio in 1933, for the 21st Century.
Monitors: improving HD with an eye on 4K
Published: June 7, 2013

Monitor manufacturers have responded to the growth of 4K image capture by introducing full-featured 4K monitors in small and large formats. Some are getting ready to ship, others are still in the prototype stage. Even those monitor-makers who don’t have 4K product on the drawing board admit that 4K is where the industry is headed.
Cover Story: 'Star Trek Into Darkness'
Published: May 20, 2013

SAN FRANCISCO — After more than 30 years of Star Trek on the big screen, it must be a challenge to keep boldly going where no man has gone before, but director J.J. Abrams is up for the task.
Supplement: Storage Solutions
Published: March 15, 2013

Post facilites talk about their ever-expanding needs in Post's 2013 Storage Solutions supplement.
Digital Intermediates
Published: March 8, 2013

With film no longer the acquisition format of choice for many spots, feature films and television programs, and film no longer appearing on most lists of deliverables, the term DI seems to becoming obsolete. But even if you simply call the process color correction or color grading, colorists still demonstrate their creative and technical prowess as they take charge of a key step in the finishing process.
Posting Reality TV Shows
Published: February 4, 2013

Developing successful, efficient post workflows is essential for reality television programming. Unscripted shows often produce huge amounts of footage, and despite having a good notion of the storyline in production, shows frequently take shape in the edit room.
Sound & Picture Restoration
Published: December 5, 2012

Restoration services are in increasing demand as studios serve up features and classic films for Blu-ray release, iconic titles for landmark anniversaries, and as film archives endeavor to present old and rare footage to new audiences.
Edit This!: Cutting Spielberg's 'Lincoln'
Published: November 5, 2012

HOLLYWOOD — Steven Spielberg’s much-anticipated Lincoln, which arrives in cinemas this month, represents the latest collaboration between the prolific director and his film editor Michael Kahn, ACE, whom he’s worked with for more than 30-years.
Camera Roundtable
Published: September 21, 2012

Post quizzed six manufacturers about how to make cameras that help facilitate the post production workflow. The powerhouse roundtable discussed the production-post link, the transcoding process, hardware and software that streamlines post, the changing role of the DIT, and ensuring compatibility with the most popular edit systems.
Cover Story: 'Wilfred'
Published: September 4, 2012

SANTA MONICA — The hit FX comedy series Wilfred, the network’s highest-ranking debut sitcom last year, tells the unusual tale of Ryan Newman (Elijah Wood), who is suicidal until his neighbor asks him to look after her dog, Wilfred.
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