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November 2014

Ken McGorry
Consulting Editor Ken McGorry has been writing about the TV and film industries since 1987 and has worked for Post magazine since 1988.

mcgorry@optonline.net
Authored Articles
QUANTEL ENTERS 3D STEREOSCOPIC POST
Published: September 8, 2007

AMSTERDAM - Along with Quantel's broadcast and post offerings here at IBC - such as Genetic Engineering for collaborative "teamworking" and interaction with third-party systems - came something new: 3D stereoscopic post production as an option working on the Pablo 4K, iQ4 and Max 4K systems.
DREAMWORKS PRESENTS EDUCATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
Published: August 8, 2007

SAN DIEGO - If you run a curriculum for a school for DCC professionals, you would naturally be quite interested in knowing what the top Hollywood studios were looking for in the way of hireable, trained talent.
BIDDING WARS
Published: August 1, 2007

The successful post house is not playing poker with the client - rather, a good bid is part of the art of relationship-building.

FOOTAGE, FOOTAGE EVERYWHERE
Published: July 2, 2007

As stock footage grows more sophisticated, it also becomes easier to obtain.
SCAN THIS!
Published: June 4, 2007

Film scanning and telecine manufacturers vie for a market growing in two opposite directions: DI and archival.
'BORAT' TALK PACKS THEM IN AT NAB
Published: April 15, 2007

LAS VEGAS - The immense popularity of Sascha Baron Cohen's satirical experiment in culture shock, Borat, although originally a surprise to many in Hollywood, drew an unsurprisingly large SRO crowd to NAB's Post Production Conference here. Editing was the topic for close to 600 attendees listening to James Thomas tell of how he, with fellow editor Peter Teschner, winnowed down about 450 hours of Panasonic VariCam footage into an 82-minute film full of risky comedy and stunts that ultimately garnered a $275,000,000 box office.
NAB DP CONFAB TO FEATURE HD CAMERAS
Published: March 15, 2007

CHICAGO - First off, it's not to be considered a "shoot out" for camera-makers, stresses Gary Adcock. Adcock (pictured), a well-traveled HD consultant who helps elucidate and facilitate institutions interested in HD adoption both here and abroad, is based in Chicago (www.studio37.com). He's serving as tech chair for the HD Solutions Track and Director of Photography Workshop at NAB 2007's Post Production Conferences.
ANIMATION: FACE TO FACE ROBOT
Published: March 2, 2007

Two Gentlemen from Blur express themselves in XSI.
EDIT THIS! - A NEW RETREAT FOR NLE USERS
Published: March 2, 2007

Help for the editor who just says "yes."
WHAT EDITORS REALLY WANT
Published: March 2, 2007

The new Editors Retreat attracts dedicated pros from all over.
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