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Randi Altman
Randi Altman is editor in chief of Post Magazine


raltman@postmagazine.com
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CALLING ALL STOCK
Published: November 27, 2007

Whether producers are seeking behind-the-scenes shots of funny people, obscure footage of a secret military mission or Floridians voting in 2000, stock imagery houses need to make sure the experience is smooth and quick. 
PREPARING FOR VFX: A DIRECTOR'S PERSPECTIVE
Published: November 1, 2007

Our "Preparing for VFX" feature this month focuses on how visual effects supervisors/artists help directors save time and money — and help them get a better result — by preparing for all possibilities during a shoot.
EDIT THIS!: 'PUSHING DAISIES'
Published: October 30, 2007

BURBANK - Hollywood loves to pigeon-hole people, so how did comedy editor Stuart Bass, who typically cuts 30-minute shows, end up on Barry Sonnenfeld's one-hour Pushing Daisies? "I'm basically a half-hour guy, and usually hour people won't talk to me," says Bass with a laugh. He made the leap to "longform" by working with Sonnenfeld on last season's half-hour comedy Notes From the Underbelly. Clearly, Bass impressed the critically-acclaimed director.
EDIT THIS!: 'PUSHING DAISIES'
Published: October 1, 2007

Veteran editor Stuart Bass plants himself between a feature film and a TV workflow.
THE NEW TV SEASON
Published: October 1, 2007

Ok, I’ll admit it. I love the summer. The outdoors, the beach, the BBQs. So when the air grows a little crisper, the days shorter and the frigid days of winter are ahead, I need to find something to escape to. I’m a baseball fan, so football doesn’t do it for me. I’m a bit of a spaz, so for my own safety and the safety of others, skiing is out; same for ice skating. So what’s left? I enjoy losing myself in a well-produced and posted TV show.
EDIT THIS!: 'THE COLBERT REPORT'
Published: September 6, 2007

This Comedy Central show takes advantage of creative editing to make laughs longer and funnier.
AFFORDABLE TOOLS, PROFESSIONAL WORK
Published: September 4, 2007

The Colbert Report, on Comedy Central, takes advantage of a variety of gear to get their show on air and on time four days a week. The main editing tool for The Report, which shoots live to tape, is Avid Adrenaline (see our Edit This! column this month) but they have an Apple Final Cut station that is kept pretty busy as well.
EDIT THIS!: 'BOURNE ULTIMATUM'
Published: August 1, 2007

Christopher Rouse returns to cut the latest installment in the Bourne franchise.
EDITOR'S LETTER: IT'S DA BOMB
Published: August 1, 2007

Our cover this month, literally rocks. This Bomb da Bass commercial features two cars in a break dance showdown when suddenly giant speakers pop up out of the vehicles blasting classic hip-hop music and turning into Transformer-like robots.
AN AVENUE IN CHICAGO GOES HD
Published: June 29, 2007

A year ago next month, Jonathan Turk purchased Chicago-based post house Ave-nue. Since then the company, which also has an edit division called Rival in Santa Monica, moved into new space — 33,000 square feet — and outfitted it with all-new HD gear.
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