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  • Fujinon and NHK to receive 2009 Engineering Emmy
    Friday August 07th 2009

    WAYNE, NJ, August 3, 2009 – Fujinon and NHK will be awarded an Engineering Emmy Award for Fujinon’s Precision Focus Assist System by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences during this year’s ceremony on Aug. 22 in Hollywood, CA. Fujinon and co-developer NHK won for “Outstanding Achievement in Engineering[…]

  • CBC presents docs The Beat Goes On and Rise Up
    Friday August 07th 2009

    Two remarkable, new, two-part documentaries, THIS BEAT GOES ON and RISE UP, chronicling the explosion of Canadian pop music in the 1970s and 1980s, will have their World Premiere on CBC Television over four consecutive Thursday evenings at 9:00 pm ET/PT, beginning August 27.  THIS BEAT GOES ON tells the[…]

  • Oz actors, producers’ talks stumble
    Wednesday August 05th 2009

    SYDNEY – Talks between Oz thesps and the Screen Producers’ Association of Australia have broken down with thesp union Actors’ Equity saying actors will refuse to work on offshore commercials from Friday if SPAA doesn’t re-instate an agreement governing their employment. Equity is particularly concerned that SPAA is refusing to[…]

  • ‘Young Victoria’ to close Toronto
    Wednesday August 05th 2009

    “The Young Victoria,” starring Emily Blunt as the U.K.’s longest reigning monarch, will close the Toronto Film Festival on Sept 19. Pic’s cast includes Paul Bettany, who stars as Charles Darwin in “Creation,” which opens the fest on Sept. 10. “Victoria” was unveiled at Berlin’s European Film Market in February. Martin Scorsese, Graham King, Tim Headington and Sarah Ferguson produced; Canadian Jean-Marc Vallee directed the script by Julian Fellowes (“Gosford Park”).

  • TV sound designers thinking bigger
    Tuesday August 04th 2009

    It’s hard to imagine now, in the era of home theater, but less than a generation ago viewers were hearing television broadcasts through one rinky-dink speaker, and it took an electronics buff to hook up a TV set to a hi-fi system. Things have certainly changed, especially with the boom in the number of HD broadcasts with 5.1 surround sound. While the audio pros working in television are dealing with tighter deadlines and budgets, most still deliver soundtracks that could work equally on a feature.

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  • Fujinon and NHK to receive 2009 Engineering Emmy
    Friday August 07th 2009

    WAYNE, NJ, August 3, 2009 – Fujinon and NHK will be awarded an Engineering Emmy Award for Fujinon’s Precision Focus Assist System by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences during this year’s ceremony on Aug. 22 in Hollywood, CA. Fujinon and co-developer NHK won for “Outstanding Achievement in Engineering[…]

  • CBC presents docs The Beat Goes On and Rise Up
    Friday August 07th 2009

    Two remarkable, new, two-part documentaries, THIS BEAT GOES ON and RISE UP, chronicling the explosion of Canadian pop music in the 1970s and 1980s, will have their World Premiere on CBC Television over four consecutive Thursday evenings at 9:00 pm ET/PT, beginning August 27.  THIS BEAT GOES ON tells the[…]

  • Oz actors, producers’ talks stumble
    Wednesday August 05th 2009

    SYDNEY – Talks between Oz thesps and the Screen Producers’ Association of Australia have broken down with thesp union Actors’ Equity saying actors will refuse to work on offshore commercials from Friday if SPAA doesn’t re-instate an agreement governing their employment. Equity is particularly concerned that SPAA is refusing to[…]

  • ‘Young Victoria’ to close Toronto
    Wednesday August 05th 2009

    “The Young Victoria,” starring Emily Blunt as the U.K.’s longest reigning monarch, will close the Toronto Film Festival on Sept 19. Pic’s cast includes Paul Bettany, who stars as Charles Darwin in “Creation,” which opens the fest on Sept. 10. “Victoria” was unveiled at Berlin’s European Film Market in February. Martin Scorsese, Graham King, Tim Headington and Sarah Ferguson produced; Canadian Jean-Marc Vallee directed the script by Julian Fellowes (“Gosford Park”).

  • TV sound designers thinking bigger
    Tuesday August 04th 2009

    It’s hard to imagine now, in the era of home theater, but less than a generation ago viewers were hearing television broadcasts through one rinky-dink speaker, and it took an electronics buff to hook up a TV set to a hi-fi system. Things have certainly changed, especially with the boom in the number of HD broadcasts with 5.1 surround sound. While the audio pros working in television are dealing with tighter deadlines and budgets, most still deliver soundtracks that could work equally on a feature.

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Archives for: August 20095
  • Fujinon and NHK to receive 2009 Engineering Emmy
    Friday August 07th 2009

    WAYNE, NJ, August 3, 2009 – Fujinon and NHK will be awarded an Engineering Emmy Award for Fujinon’s Precision Focus Assist System by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences during this year’s ceremony on Aug. 22 in Hollywood, CA. Fujinon and co-developer NHK won for “Outstanding Achievement in Engineering[…]

  • CBC presents docs The Beat Goes On and Rise Up
    Friday August 07th 2009

    Two remarkable, new, two-part documentaries, THIS BEAT GOES ON and RISE UP, chronicling the explosion of Canadian pop music in the 1970s and 1980s, will have their World Premiere on CBC Television over four consecutive Thursday evenings at 9:00 pm ET/PT, beginning August 27.  THIS BEAT GOES ON tells the[…]

  • Oz actors, producers’ talks stumble
    Wednesday August 05th 2009

    SYDNEY – Talks between Oz thesps and the Screen Producers’ Association of Australia have broken down with thesp union Actors’ Equity saying actors will refuse to work on offshore commercials from Friday if SPAA doesn’t re-instate an agreement governing their employment. Equity is particularly concerned that SPAA is refusing to[…]

  • ‘Young Victoria’ to close Toronto
    Wednesday August 05th 2009

    “The Young Victoria,” starring Emily Blunt as the U.K.’s longest reigning monarch, will close the Toronto Film Festival on Sept 19. Pic’s cast includes Paul Bettany, who stars as Charles Darwin in “Creation,” which opens the fest on Sept. 10. “Victoria” was unveiled at Berlin’s European Film Market in February. Martin Scorsese, Graham King, Tim Headington and Sarah Ferguson produced; Canadian Jean-Marc Vallee directed the script by Julian Fellowes (“Gosford Park”).

  • TV sound designers thinking bigger
    Tuesday August 04th 2009

    It’s hard to imagine now, in the era of home theater, but less than a generation ago viewers were hearing television broadcasts through one rinky-dink speaker, and it took an electronics buff to hook up a TV set to a hi-fi system. Things have certainly changed, especially with the boom in the number of HD broadcasts with 5.1 surround sound. While the audio pros working in television are dealing with tighter deadlines and budgets, most still deliver soundtracks that could work equally on a feature.

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