For me, this year’s NAB tradeshow turned out to be about so much more than just a preview of new broadcast technology. I have been attending NAB off and on now for over 10 years. In each of those years, I have worked the show as press, a consumer, a salesperson, a broadcast professional, an
Earlier this month a small delegation of Dodge College students, alumni, faculty and staff convened in Las Vegas for the annual National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show, highlighting the latest and greatest in electronic media. They scoured the exhibit floor for new equipment, software and business connections to ensure Dodge College continues to offer students
Fred Ginsburg CAS PhD BKSTS, an Adjunct professor in the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, will be instructing workshops all week during the 2014 National Association of Broadcasters conference being held in Las Vegas, Nevada, April 7-11. Dr. Ginsburg, who teaches location audio recording for film/video to our cinema students,
Web video – that is, video conceived of, shot, and produced entirely for disribution through online channels – is revolutionizing the film world. Built from the ground-up with digital technologies in mind, Dodge College thrives on these new storytelling principles. And so do our students – recently, to the tune of $10,000!
Exciting news for TV and webseries-loving writing students today, as reported on AllThingsD. Amazon has released the first details on their Amazon Studios website, seeking submissions in the comedy and children’s series categories. From the Amazon Instant Video mini-site: What Kinds of Series Does Amazon Studios Want? We’re looking for compelling new voices and characters