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  • Michael Jackson movie earns $20 million on 1st day
    Friday October 30th 2009

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The Michael Jackson movie “This Is It” earned $20.1 million at worldwide box offices on its first day in theaters as fans around the globe turned out in strong numbers, Columbia Pictures said on Thursday. The movie studio said the film, which shows the late pop[…]

  • Cowboy crowd gets ‘Avatar’ eyeful
    Friday October 30th 2009

    Twentieth Century Fox says that the latest trailer for James Cameron’s “Avatar” will get the largest live viewing in history when it unspools Sunday before the Dallas Cowboys face off with the Seattle Seahawks in the new Cowboy Stadium. The stadium seats 80,000. The 3 ½ minute trailer will be shown on the stadium’s giant HD screen, the world’s largest, according to Guinness.

  • U2 concert stream breaks record
    Friday October 30th 2009

    YouTube’s webcast of a U2 concert was watched by nearly 10 million people, the video site’s largest streaming event ever. The Google Inc.-owned site said that the concert was watched around the world. It was shown live from the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. on Sunday. Chris Maxcy, head of[…]

  • Oscar hopefuls launch viral campaigns
    Thursday October 29th 2009

    If helmer Duncan Jones has his way, Acad voters won’t be able to ignore thesp Sam Rockwell’s performance in “Moon.” He recently launched a petition and Twitter blitz to promote Rockwell — and the film. It’s a grassroots for-your-consideration campaign with no budget but plenty of energized fans. There’s no doubt that social media platforms (most visibly YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and MySpace) influence consumers’ movie choices. This is a pivotal year for these popular sites and applications, as marketers and filmmakers use virtual word of mouth to alter the awards game, which means it’s only a matter of time before an unfiltered off-the-cuff posting lands some industryite in a media maelstrom.

  • Digital cinematography breeds new on-set data management position
    Thursday October 29th 2009

    The advent of digital cinematography has taken the production world by storm, prompting revolutionary developments in how we acquire and store motion picture images. These technological developments are not only reshaping post production workflows and creating new challenges, but they have also given rise to a coveted new on-set position; “Data Management Technician or DMT” a.k.a. “Data Wrangler.”

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  • Michael Jackson movie earns $20 million on 1st day
    Friday October 30th 2009

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The Michael Jackson movie “This Is It” earned $20.1 million at worldwide box offices on its first day in theaters as fans around the globe turned out in strong numbers, Columbia Pictures said on Thursday. The movie studio said the film, which shows the late pop[…]

  • Cowboy crowd gets ‘Avatar’ eyeful
    Friday October 30th 2009

    Twentieth Century Fox says that the latest trailer for James Cameron’s “Avatar” will get the largest live viewing in history when it unspools Sunday before the Dallas Cowboys face off with the Seattle Seahawks in the new Cowboy Stadium. The stadium seats 80,000. The 3 ½ minute trailer will be shown on the stadium’s giant HD screen, the world’s largest, according to Guinness.

  • U2 concert stream breaks record
    Friday October 30th 2009

    YouTube’s webcast of a U2 concert was watched by nearly 10 million people, the video site’s largest streaming event ever. The Google Inc.-owned site said that the concert was watched around the world. It was shown live from the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. on Sunday. Chris Maxcy, head of[…]

  • Oscar hopefuls launch viral campaigns
    Thursday October 29th 2009

    If helmer Duncan Jones has his way, Acad voters won’t be able to ignore thesp Sam Rockwell’s performance in “Moon.” He recently launched a petition and Twitter blitz to promote Rockwell — and the film. It’s a grassroots for-your-consideration campaign with no budget but plenty of energized fans. There’s no doubt that social media platforms (most visibly YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and MySpace) influence consumers’ movie choices. This is a pivotal year for these popular sites and applications, as marketers and filmmakers use virtual word of mouth to alter the awards game, which means it’s only a matter of time before an unfiltered off-the-cuff posting lands some industryite in a media maelstrom.

  • Digital cinematography breeds new on-set data management position
    Thursday October 29th 2009

    The advent of digital cinematography has taken the production world by storm, prompting revolutionary developments in how we acquire and store motion picture images. These technological developments are not only reshaping post production workflows and creating new challenges, but they have also given rise to a coveted new on-set position; “Data Management Technician or DMT” a.k.a. “Data Wrangler.”

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Archives for: October 20095
  • Michael Jackson movie earns $20 million on 1st day
    Friday October 30th 2009

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The Michael Jackson movie “This Is It” earned $20.1 million at worldwide box offices on its first day in theaters as fans around the globe turned out in strong numbers, Columbia Pictures said on Thursday. The movie studio said the film, which shows the late pop[…]

  • Cowboy crowd gets ‘Avatar’ eyeful
    Friday October 30th 2009

    Twentieth Century Fox says that the latest trailer for James Cameron’s “Avatar” will get the largest live viewing in history when it unspools Sunday before the Dallas Cowboys face off with the Seattle Seahawks in the new Cowboy Stadium. The stadium seats 80,000. The 3 ½ minute trailer will be shown on the stadium’s giant HD screen, the world’s largest, according to Guinness.

  • U2 concert stream breaks record
    Friday October 30th 2009

    YouTube’s webcast of a U2 concert was watched by nearly 10 million people, the video site’s largest streaming event ever. The Google Inc.-owned site said that the concert was watched around the world. It was shown live from the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. on Sunday. Chris Maxcy, head of[…]

  • Oscar hopefuls launch viral campaigns
    Thursday October 29th 2009

    If helmer Duncan Jones has his way, Acad voters won’t be able to ignore thesp Sam Rockwell’s performance in “Moon.” He recently launched a petition and Twitter blitz to promote Rockwell — and the film. It’s a grassroots for-your-consideration campaign with no budget but plenty of energized fans. There’s no doubt that social media platforms (most visibly YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and MySpace) influence consumers’ movie choices. This is a pivotal year for these popular sites and applications, as marketers and filmmakers use virtual word of mouth to alter the awards game, which means it’s only a matter of time before an unfiltered off-the-cuff posting lands some industryite in a media maelstrom.

  • Digital cinematography breeds new on-set data management position
    Thursday October 29th 2009

    The advent of digital cinematography has taken the production world by storm, prompting revolutionary developments in how we acquire and store motion picture images. These technological developments are not only reshaping post production workflows and creating new challenges, but they have also given rise to a coveted new on-set position; “Data Management Technician or DMT” a.k.a. “Data Wrangler.”

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