Advertisement
Current Issue
November 2014

Marc Loftus

Marc Loftus is the Senior Editor and Director of Web Content for Post Magazine. He has been with the monthly publication since 1992, reporting on new technologies and creative techniques relating to film, television and commercial post production. In that time, he has witnessed the transition from linear to nonlinear, analog to digital, stereo to surround, SD to HD, tape-based to file-based, and 2D to 3D. Marc is a graduate of The New York Institute of Technology.



mloftus@postmagazine.com
Authored Articles
POST SCRIPT: NEW MEDIA CHALLENGES AGENCIES
Published: August 1, 2007

NYC's Guerillafx recently hosted a New Media Roundtable during which a selection of agencies discussed the challenges they've faced in getting their clients' messages into emerging mediums.
BILL CLINTON ADDRESSES PROMAX/BDA
Published: June 29, 2007

Those who attended the Promax/BDA show in New York last month had a chance to listen to one of the country’s great communicators. Former President Bill Clinton addressed a standing room only crowd, spending nearly an hour on the importance of branding a message.
DESIGN TRENDS
Published: June 1, 2007

Studios that provide broadcast design services are faced with unique storytelling challenges. It’s more than just using digital tools to create a nice look. The end results have to quickly reflect the theme and personality of the show or network, and even of its viewers. This identity will serve as a calling card, reaching beyond broadcast to print and the Web.
BEING RESOURCEFUL
Published: May 2, 2007

Indie filmmaking is as much about resourcefulness as it is about storytelling. Optimus, the full-service finishing house known for its commercial work, is aware of the challenges indie filmmakers face and does its best to support the independent community. The studio recently transferred and color corrected Milwaukee-based director Chris Smith’s The Pool.
APM OFFERING EA GAME TRACKS IN NEW 10-DISC COLLECTION
Published: April 24, 2007

LOS ANGELES - APM Music has partnered with Electronic Arts on a new production music collection that features scores from many of the video game publisher's top-selling titles. The first 10 CDs include compilation discs and titles drawn from single games.
DIGIDESIGN INTROS MONITOR LINE, HINTS AT PRO TOOLS OPTION
Published: April 24, 2007

DALY CITY, CA - Avid's Digidesign (www.digidesign.com) audio division has entered the studio reference monitor market with a new family of speakers. The company also recently previewed the new Pro Tools Video Satellite HD Option, which will be supported in an upcoming release on the DAW.
MERGING TECHNOLOGIES INTROS RAMSES CONSOLE
Published: April 24, 2007

CHESHIRE, UK - Merging Technologies (www.merging.com), the maker of the Pyramix digital audio workstation, debuted Ramses MSC at NAB, a new console control surface that will begin shipping in May. Ramses will be available in 8-, 16- and 24-fader configurations and can control up to four 256-channel Pyramix DAWs making it suitable for film mixing applications.
APM OFFERING EA GAME TRACKS IN NEW 10-DISC COLLECTION
Published: April 17, 2007

LAS VEGAS -  APM Music has partnered with Electronic Arts on a new production music collection that features scores from many of the video game publisher's top-selling titles. The first 10 CDs include compilation discs and titles drawn from single games. "Sports Rock" and "Magical Adventures" represent two compilations that were culled from any of 40 EA games, while titles such as "The Sims - Jazz Lounge" and "Need For Speed - Most Wanted" offer tracks from specific games.
MERGING TECHNOLOGIES INTROS RAMSES CONSOLE
Published: April 17, 2007

LAS VEGAS – Merging Technologies, the maker of the Pyramix digital audio workstation, debuted Ramses MSC at NAB, a new console control surface that will begin shipping in May. Ramses will be available in 8-, 16- and 24-fader configurations and can control up to four 256-channel Pyramix DAWs making it suitable for film mixing applications. Pricing ranges from $33,984 to $58,149 for the Ramses MSC depending on fader count.
ARRI UPDATES D-20, ENHANCES ARRISCAN FOR DI
Published: April 16, 2007

LAS VEGAS - Arri made a number of announcements at NAB on Monday. The company's D-20 film style digital camera is available for rent worldwide - though not yet for sale - and has been used in the production of numerous commercials and films, including Hogfather, Afrika Mon Amour and The Company. The unit now features a fiber interface that allows users to connect the camera to an SRW deck from as far away as 1,600 feet. It can also now handle speed ramps.
202 results found. Viewing page 16 of 21. Go to page 1 2 3 4  . . . 14 15 16 17 18  . . . 20 21   Next