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Randi Altman
Randi Altman is editor in chief of Post Magazine
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Editor's Letter: Feeling Social?
Published: May 16, 2011

Were you on Facebook today? Have you heard that familiar ping of TweetDeck ringing through your computer speakers while reading this article?
Social Media
Published: May 16, 2011

Are you being social? If not, you are one of the few. Social media sites are a part of everyday life
Offhollywood shoots 3D stereo movie with Red Epic
Published: April 5, 2011

Mark L. Pederson’s Offhollywood has developed a strategic partnership with fellow New York house The Molecule, a visual effects studio that does TV work for many New York-based shows. The two are now working together on the first independent Red Epic-shot 3D stereo film, called Hellbenders.
Coloring 'The Fighter'
Published: March 14, 2011

HOLLYWOOD — Director David O. Russell’s multi-Oscar-nominated film The Fighter, which was released on Blu-ray this month, features a large Irish family from a blue-collar Boston neighborhood during the mid-1980s.
Editor's Letter: Sharing NAB product details
Published: March 4, 2011

NAB isn’t until next month, but I am already tired. It seems as though companies are trying to get the word out on their new offerings even earlier than usual.
Interactive Interest: Posting New Media
Published: March 4, 2011

These days there are more and more avenues available to reach audiences, and creatives are taking advantage of as many as possible. Want to find a way to literally put the audience into a commercial? Have an idea for a wacky TV series that might not get past the suits at a big network? Looking to take visual storytelling to a new level with the iPad? Currently, it’s all possible.
Cover Story: Green Days
Published: February 3, 2011

Are you green? Do you recycle every bit of paper and cardboard box that comes your way? Do you carry canvas bags with you from store to store? Do you drink water out of reusable bottles? That’s the easy stuff.
Editor's Letter: Embracing Green
Published: February 1, 2011

You don’t have to be a large corporation to make a difference when it comes to protecting the environment. Nobody knows that better than Amber Isham, a production coordinator/manager working on commercials and music videos. “It’s been my own personal mission to bring recycling on-set and create awareness,” she says.
Editor's Letter: Who will get Oscar's attention?
Published: January 3, 2011

I’d like to begin this column with a hearty, Happy New Year! Let’s hope that 2011 finds more studios hosting more work in 2011. While we lost some great ones, most recently Asylum VFX, we have seen some growth and expansion, and we hope there is more to come.
Editing 'The Green Hornet'
Published: January 3, 2011

CULVER CITY, CA — Veteran editor Michael Tronick and his editing team have taken on the task of helping director Michel Gondry bring the Green Hornet and his trusty sidekick Cato to the big screen. While there is plenty of action to go around, the film stars Seth Rogen, better known for his comedic work (Knocked Up, Superbad, The 40-year-old Virgin) than his crime fighting abilities. In addition to starring in Green Hornet,Rogen also gets writing and producing credit, so his funny hand was in just about everything. Shot on 35mm, The Green Hornet was undergoing its conversion from 2D to 3D at the time of this interview.
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