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2014 Annual National Association of Broadcasters Convention

The annual National Association of Broadcasters convention closed down April 10 with a record crowd. Of ninety eight thousand persons attending the four day event April 6-10 in Las Vegas. The extravaganza is considered to be the World Series or super bowl of electronic, broadcast, lighting and communication equipme   Read More
Posted by Bob DeLoss in Jump Cuts April 30, 2014

Big Data, Big Storage

In this new age of ‘Big Data’, the need for more and more storage continues for what becomes quite massive amounts of data, effecting even small and moderate content and/or TAD producers... such as ourselves. I now have almost three dozen hard drives, most of which are 2-terabyte discs now, containing the files and data I use. This may be a modest amount of storage compared to other readers of this Magazine... but we can all use more. I have recently become aware of...   Read More
Posted by Dale Johnson in Jump Cuts August 15, 2013

If You Lack Faith in Film, Here Are 135 Shots to Change Your Mind

Flavorwire, a pop culture site that features films, TV, art, books and music, is displaying a video of 135 Shots that Will Restore Your Faith in Films.   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Jump Cuts July 30, 2012

Filmmakers Should Love Scorsese's New Film, 'Hugo'

If you love old films, their creators and their back-stories, I urge you to see Martin Scorsese's newest, Hugo. And watch the 3D version if you can. Itís the best use of 3D I've seen yet.   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Jump Cuts December 06, 2011

Shall Our Travel Film Groups Return to the 'Good Old Days?'

Is our Travel Adventure film field of Presenters and Artists ready to split into separate groups ó as it was before TRACS was born at the end of the last century? It seems so. And it's not a bad thing.   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Jump Cuts September 28, 2011