Happy April, everyone! Four new articles, new winners, new webinar, and a new blog for you this week.
Plus, our podcast, Digital Production Buzz, is gearing up for our coverage of the 2013 NAB Show; more on that in a minute.There are some VERY cool announcements coming up - can't wait until I'm allowed to share them with you!
You'll find all the details below.
WHAT HAPPENED TO LAST WEEK?
You probably noticed I didn't publish a newsletter last week. But I have an excuse. I was at NASA's Wallops Island Flight Facility conducting a three-day training.
Wallops Island, on the eastern shore of Virginia, is a very cool place! There is nothing like being surrounded by launch pads and radar dishes to make me realize that rocket science actually does exist. (It was an amazing experience being there in person.)
FEATURED BUZZ INTERVIEW
The Internet has changed the look of sports coverage, expanding the variety of events that can be covered by making small, but targeted, audiences easily accessible.Jess Kurtz
is the Executive Producer of the Mountain West Digital Network, a web-based sports network of Division 1 colleges that have turned to the web to showcase college sports that aren't football or basketball.
See how an award-winning sportscaster is now turning his skills to the web.
Listen to his interview here
Listen to the entire show here
Our latest webinar is now posted to both the Store and subscription library:
#97: Advanced Audio in Final Cut Pro X
EDITING TRUTHS WINNERS
I have been remiss in posting winners to our "Editing Truths for Better Living
" contest. We have well over 100 entries so far -- lots of great thoughts. This Week's Winners Tedd Kidd
Rules for Corporate Video: "No video should be over five minutes. Over 10 minutes, add a car chase. Over 12 minutes, add a gun fight. And anything over 15 minutes must have nudity."William Hohauser
Client: "Can you edit this footage of 50+ year olds looking at dusty 2000 year old ruins in a way that makes high school students want to come visit?"Tom Daigon
When a client says: "I have a small fix that should be easy," chances are that it will be neither small nor easy.Marty Vermillion
There is never enough time to do it right, but we can always do it over!
Think you can do better? Want the complete rules? Click here
! (Remember to include your website
with your entry! It's free!)
NEW ARTICLES THIS WEEK
I have one new blog, one new article and three video tutorials this week.
I've also updated my Top 3 lists. As always, the details are below.