July 1, 2006

  • 6-Jul-2006
    July 2006

Departments

  • 'GONE BABY GONE' TAPS DAX FOR DAILIES APPROVAL
    'GONE BABY GONE' TAPS DAX FOR DAILIES APPROVAL

    Delivering dailies for Ben Affleck’s directorial debut.

    July 27, 2006

  • A FOCUS ON INDIES
    A FOCUS ON INDIES

    For many, the first time they noticed Focus Features, the art house division of Universal Pictures, was with the release of successful films like Lost in Translation, Brokeback Mountain and The Consta ...

    July 6, 2006

  • A SHOT OF 'ADRENALINE' IN ONE SHOT
    A SHOT OF 'ADRENALINE' IN ONE SHOT

    NASHVILLE — Film aficionados and people who love behind-the-scenes production lore are likely to get absorbed in a new independent film by Robert Lynn called Adrenaline. It's a suspense-thriller — lik ...

    July 17, 2006

  • AGENCY WORLD: GRIT AND POLISH
    AGENCY WORLD: GRIT AND POLISH

    This award-winning team from Arnold takes on smoking and sports.

    July 17, 2006

  • COVER STORY: 'PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: DEAD MAN'S CHEST'
    COVER STORY: 'PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: DEAD MAN'S CHEST'

    Director Gore Verbinski and ILM team up to create CG pirates and another blockbuster.

    July 6, 2006

  • PROMAX/BDA HITS NYC
    PROMAX/BDA HITS NYC

    Last month, Promax/BDA took place in New York City, with designers and marketing execs coming together to discuss the state of broadcast design. The show was attended by more than 3,400 — up from las ...

    July 6, 2006

  • REVIEW: NVIDIA QUADRO FX4500
    REVIEW: NVIDIA QUADRO FX4500

    This powerful graphics board can drive two displays.

    July 6, 2006

Features

  • BATTLE STATIONS
    BATTLE STATIONS

    The struggle for supremacy among the most respected workstations and their newest incarnations.

    July 6, 2006

  • KILLER PLUG-INS
    KILLER PLUG-INS

    A graphic look at some of today’s hottest plug-ins.

    July 6, 2006

Web Exclusives

  • THE CASE FOR FILE-BASED ARCHIVING
    THE CASE FOR FILE-BASED ARCHIVING

    Video tape has been the mainstay and only viable format available to broadcasters for archiving since the transition from 16 mm film. There are a number of well recognized drawbacks with tape, however ...

    July 24, 2006