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  • Follow The Fan, Man

    All over this country, we are blessed with a host of top rated professional and college sports teams. Of course the downside of having great teams is that the ticket prices to see these games can make one’s eyes widen in disbelief. A New England Patriots ticket, for instance, has a face value of $118 (Time.com) with an average aftermarket price
    Posted to Inside Out (Weblog) by straker on Wed, Nov 23 2011
  • Staying ahead of the competition with a unified, multiplatform newsroom

    I recently attended a conference targeted at newspaper publishers to learn more about how they’re dealing with structural shifts in the industry. Current challenges that TV news and the print industry face have many things in common, but the newspaper business clearly shows how these changes are taking place at warp speed. Print organizations
    Posted to Inside Out (Weblog) by straker on Wed, Oct 19 2011
  • 1 minute to air - where's the lead story?

    While I sometimes miss my days in the newsroom...the adrenaline rush of breaking news and deadlines...the work I do at Avid is truly exciting. I had the pleasure of working for the first all-digital newsroom in the world and helped to define some of the earliest non-linear workflows for news. The year was 1996, and as the Chief Editor / Photojournalist
    Posted to Share Your Experience (Forum) by straker on Thu, Apr 16 2009
  • Re: Broacast Master in LA

    There's quite a few duplication houses in the LA area. I've used Lighting Dubbs in the past for high quality dubbs and a lower cost facility to do mini DV dubs (can't remember the name, but somewhere in the valley). hope this helps. Straker
    Posted to Broadcast Newsroom (Forum) by straker on Mon, Dec 15 2008
  • Re: Back Pack Journalists

    When I read the original post, I read it more as 'one man band' type of journalists. The type that are completely self contained whether they are 50 miles from the station or 5000 miles. They interview, they write, they shoot, they edit, they submit thier stories either in person or remotely. Think NBC's Richard Engle who covers the middle
    Posted to The Newsroom (Beta) (Forum) by straker on Wed, Nov 26 2008
  • Re: Back Pack Journalists

    Larry, What do you think Avid could do to either better enable backpack journalists or provide tools to accomplish a better workflow here? Straker
    Posted to The Newsroom (Beta) (Forum) by straker on Thu, Nov 20 2008
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