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Randi Altman
Randi Altman is editor in chief of Post Magazine


raltman@postmagazine.com
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NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS
Published: December 23, 2009

Welcome to 2010… a brand-spanking, shiny new decade. I have high hopes for the industry this year.
OUTLOOK 2010
Published: November 24, 2009

Once again, it’s time for Post’s year-end outlook issue, which has us asking the experts about the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats related to different aspects of our business. This year has a bit of a different tone from last. More of those interviewed are optimistic that the industry has already picked itself up and dusted itself off. I have asked a few more industry pros, how they see 2010 shaping up.
SWOT: SHOOTING DIGITAL
Published: November 24, 2009

As more and more productions go digital, workflows are becoming increasingly stable, making jittery producers and directors a bit more relaxed about the process — but there are still too many formats to work with.
VISUAL EFFECTS: HELPING DISNEY XD'S 'SKYRUNNERS' TAKE OFF
Published: November 11, 2009

AUKLAND, NEW ZEALAND — While New Zealand might be known as home of visual effects giant Weta Digital, there is another large VFX entity in the country that keeps just as busy with film, commercial, television work and more.
FILE-BASED WORKFLOWS
Published: November 3, 2009

In our “Early Intervention” feature this month, LightIron Digital’s Michael Cioni discusses the importance of getting post pros involved early, especially on productions with file-based workflows.
FEELING THE ART
Published: October 7, 2009

Artists find inspiration in many different ways. Maybe it’s a song, or a painting or the way the sunlight reflects off the water. This month, I spoke with a handful of compositors about their art and what influences their work, and what I discovered is they look at the world differently than most people. They find art in absolutely everything.
LOOKING FOR WORK
Published: August 24, 2009

Graduating from college always comes with a range of emotions — the two biggies are excitement and fear. And,  sadly, these days with the economy being the way it is and the job market so tight, the latter might be a bit more ubiquitous.
SPECIAL REPORT: STEPHEN COLBERT REPORTS ON IRAQ
Published: August 24, 2009

The host of The Colbert Report credits his staff with making the show's tour to Iraq a good one.
APPLE'S NEW 'STUDIO,' 'THE COLBERT REPORT' IN IRAQ
Published: August 6, 2009

Toward the end of July, Apple excited many jaded industry pros by announcing the immediate availability of a new Final Cut Studio, offering over 100 new features and new versions of Final Cut Pro, Motion, Soundtrack Pro, Color and Compressor. Oh, and they lowered the price $300 from the last version. The new Final Cut Studio can be had for $999, with an upgrade price of $299.
EDIT THIS!: 'TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN'
Published: August 6, 2009

SANTA MONICA — So many robots! That was one of the big challenges for the editors on Michael Bay's Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. But thanks to a workflow established on the original Transformers film, the CG robots were a manageable challenge, according to associate editor Calvin Wimmer, who worked with editors Roger Barton, Tom Muldoon, Joel Negron, Paul Rubell and Glen Scantleberry.
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